|27.05-03.06||Papeete, French Polynesia|
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Obviously closely related to volleyball, beach-volleyball has quickly found its own way. On beaches and parks, but also on playgrounds in schools this sport quickly became popular. ISF immediately responded to test if beach volleyball could be listed in the program.
The WSC has started and do not miss any of the results, pictures, videos here and here SUNDAY– 14/06/2015 09:00/11:00 – INITIAL ROUND 18:00 – Opening Ceremony 19:30 – Game BRAZIL X CHINA (Women) MONDAY-15/06/2015 08:30/12:00 – 2ª ROUND. 14:00/16:00 – 3ª ROUND. 6:30/18:00 – Beach Volleyball Clinic (Zé Marcos – Second Place Winner in… View Article
Interview of Antonio Hora Filho, President of CBDE about the 3rd ISF WSC Beach Volleyball, Aracaju Brazil.
How many countries are you expecting? So far 11 countries have confirmed their participation. The following countries expected are: Chile, India, Germany, France, French Polynesia, Dominican Republic, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay , Suriname and Brazil. How is the third ISF World Schools Championship of Beach Volleyball being organized? The organization is composed by members of CBDE,… View Article
On the occasion of the *CONSUDE School Games, Jan Coolen, ISF Secretary General who attended these Games and the CONSUDE Executive Committee meeting in Aracaju last December, took the opportunity to shortly inquire about the coming ISF World Schools Championship Beach Volleyball 2015 in this Brazilian city. Aracaju, located on the right bank of the… View Article
Brazil proved their excellent organizational skills for the last Gymnasiade, which is the biggest event of ISF, reuniting more than 2000 young athletes “After the Gymnasiade, we now look for tackling new challenges such as the organization of ISF big events” Robson Aguiar, ISF President of American Continent and General Secretary of CBDE. ISF recently… View Article