JWDP USA Tour – Team Manager – Expression of Interest

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Volleyball Australia’s Junior Women’s Development Program (JWDP) is seeking expressions of interest for an experienced team manager to attend the following tour in 2015 as part of the coaching staff; USA Volleyball High Performance Tournament (Los Angeles & Des Moines – 13th to 27th July).

Pools set for the 10th FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships

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The Hague, Netherlands, March 30, 2015 – With momentum rapidly building towards the most unique, memorable event in the history of the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) the pool assignments for 48 men's and women’s teams were drawn by lots Monday in The Hague for this summer’s 10th FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships which will be held in four cities in the Netherlands. 

Gerflor continue its support for Volleyball

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Gerflor is delighted to continue its support for Volleyball and welcomes the opportunity to partner with Volleyball Australia to stage the FIVB World League and the World Grand Prix in 2015.

The signature Gerflor Taraflex coral and teal playing surface will host our own Men’s Volleyroos as they take on the worlds best from China, Brazil, Italy and Serbia in Brisbane, Adelaide, Sydney, and Melbourne.

Media release: 12/06/2014

The Oceania Zone board and representatives have completed an historic 3 day development planning workshop in Canberra Australia today.

In a first for the zone, AVC supported Oceania to convene a development meeting led by President Craig Carracher in Canberra with a detailed plan now being drafted for the new board to approve at it's next meeting.

"I was delighted to work in such a cooperative and supportive way with 10 of my colleagues from 7 national federations across all 3 sub zones of Oceania. We also enjoyed the good wishes and documented feedback and preparation of many other national federations to produce a clear set of 14 strategic principles to guide our development plan to 2016", said Craig Carracher, President Oceania Volleyball.

"The support of AVC and FIVB to convene this meeting and to guide our deliberations has produced the most dramatic change in our sport in this region. I was delighted so many Oceania colleagues could join this weekend to experience Australia's sold out World League win over Finland. Australia's success is success for Oceania and Asian volleyball and it was particularly rewarding we could host this meeting at the time of hosting such a major event in our region."

The meeting also benefited from reports on the progress of the A$250,000 investment made by Volleyball Australia and the Australian Government through the Pacific Volleyball Partnership in Fiji and Vanuatu. "We are very proud of the impact this investment through volleyball is having on behavioural change especially for women in sport across these two island nations.  We encourage our partners in the delivery if this program to continue to support this important work achieving immediate and direct benefits to so many people in regional and rural villages and communities", said Craig Carracher.

FIBA Oceania CEO, David Crocker, also presented at the meeting to outline current and alternative strategies undertaken by other Olympic sports across the Zone.

The Oceania Board will meet to consider the 14 strategic principles and the detailed development plan over the coming weeks.

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