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Water volleyball

Post by FusTinG on Sun Nov 05, 2017 12:08 pm

Water volleyball emerged from recreational pool activities, sports, aquatic clubs, and water parks through the practice of unification of the beach and water tournaments. DLRG- Ortsgruppe Havixbeck organized the first water volleyball tournament in 1985, creating the by-so water volleyball club. Water Volleyball is played throughout US Universities, such as: San Diego University, California, Iowa State University, Iowa, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Lenoir-Rhyne University, N. C., Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia.[1]
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Tournaments are played mainly in June and July, with the exception of Germany, where tournaments are played in November. Additional associations of water volleyball include the Cradle of the volleyball in Texas and Lombardia. US associations of water volleyball, World Association of Water Volleyball Clubs (WAWV) as a worldwide platform and Association of Water Volleyball Professionals (ASWVP), based in Austin, Texas. Texas, particularly Austin, has developed a widespread practice of water volleyball. Water Volley Italia has organized the Turneo Santa Marinella 2008-2011, Turneo di volleyball, Foro Italico.[citation needed]
Federazione Internazionale di Volley Acqua

The official sporting league was established in November 2008, with the Federazione Internazionale di Volley Acqua (International Federation of Water Volleyball) created on January 1, 2009. Elections are held every year for a new president. Because the Federation was only recently created, there are currently 2 co-presidents who can authorize rule changes as long as the other co-president agrees. As of January 7 there will be a sole President, Alex P. The sport was created for swimmers, water polo players, and other persons interested in aqua sports. The inaugural competitive match was held on January 6, 2009, with many recreational matches played since the 1960s.[citation needed]
Acqua pollavolo and water volleyball
Acqua pollavolo

Court dimensions. The Water Volleyball is a sport played on a water surface (depth 40 cm and max min 50 cm) from the two teams, separated by a network, each consisting of five athletes of the same sex. The playing field is a rectangle of 14 x 7 m (46 ftx23 ft), surrounded by a clear area at least 3 m wide on each side [18]. The height space free from any obstacle must be at least 7 / 23 ft height from soil. Scoring System of Water volley. The race is won by the team that wins two sets in the mode 2 of 3, three set in the mode 3 out of 5. In case of a tie 1-1 or 2-2, the deciding set (3rd or 5th) is played to 15 points with a minimum lead of two points. A set (except the deciding third or fifth set) is won by the team that first scores 25 points with a minimum lead of two points in the event of a tie 24:24, the game continues as long as two points separate the teams (26:24 – 27:25).
American water volleyball

The playing area consists of a rectangular playing court measuring 59′ x 29’6″(18x9m). Matches may either consist of 2 out of 3 games. A team wins a match by winning two games. Games are played to 25 points with no cap(win by 2). The tie breaking game is played to 15 win by 2 with a cap of 17 [11].
Differences (AP to WV)

Different court size- 46×23 ft to 59×29 ft 14×7 to 19×8
Water pool depth 16”/40 cm to 47”/1.2 m
Playing surface –water
Volleyball positioning
Team size five, Coed 2×3 to six 3×3
Scoring system 2 out 3, 3 out 5 to 2 out 3
Coaching during matches is allowed
Player bench as in water volleyball
Substitutions are allowed
Teams switch ends after half
There is no Libero as in water volleyball

Italian water volleyball rules are made in accordion with FIVB beach volley rules, especially technical description and designs of court, arbitration and proceeders. Coed water volleyball compositions

Co-ed triples: 3 players on the court per team, 2×1, 1×2
Co-ed four-person: 4 players on the court per team, 2×2
Co-ed five-person: 5 players on the court per team, 3×2
Co-ed six-person: 6 players on the court per team, 3×3

In Co-Rec play, a team is composed of 3 men and 3 women. You can only have a maximum of three of each gender in the pool at a time.Four-person, triple composition.Each team should start with (4) players, (2) Males & (2) Females [10]. A team must have a minimum of 3 players to start a game and each gender must be represented. Legal playing combinations are 2 &2 or 2 & 1. 3 & 1 is NOT a legal playing combination. Males and females alternate positions on the court.[2]
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Post by Hari. on Sun Nov 05, 2017 6:03 pm

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