(VOV) – Volleyball player Aliya from Kazakhstan has become Miss Volleyball at the International Women’s Volleyball Tournament (VTV Cup 2013).
Among six representatives from six teams, Batkuldina Aliya from Kazakhstan, Au Hong Nhung from Vietnam and Sloane from Australia were outstanding candidates.
Vietnam continued to maintain their victory run in the International Women's Volleyball - VTV Cup, defeating Liaoning of China 25-18, 26-28, 25-18, 13-25, 18-16 on July 28 in Bac Lieu Province and thus staying put at the top of the charts. It was their fourth win at the annual event, securing for them a berth in the semi-finals. Despite their loss, Liaoning too join Vietnam in the knock-out stage. The third ticket went to the Republic of Korea who beat Thailand's U23 25-16, 28-26, 28-26 yesterday, setting up their next joust against Vietnam. In an earlier match, the Philippines came…... [read more]
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Viet Nam defeated the USA's St. John's University 3-1 in the final of the VTV Women's Volleyball Cup at Phan Dinh Phung Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City yesterday. The host side, which ended the tournament with five victories out of five, was too good in every department for the stronger and taller opponents. In the first two games, the Vietnamese hitters captain Dieu Chau and Ngoc Hoa produced a scintillating display of coordination and rapid attacks from both flanks to put Viet Nam in front 2-0 (28-26, 26-24). The visitors fought back and won the third 31-29 thanks to…... [read more]
National Focus (20-06-2006) Women's volleyballers set to smash at VTV Cup Viet Nam will host the International Women's Volleyball tournament-VTV Cup at Ninh Binh Gymnasium on July 22-27. According to Viet Nam Volleyball Federation, seven teams from Kazakhstan, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Indonesia and China have registered to take part in the event. The previous championship held here drew domestic champions from mainland China, South Korea, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Chinese Taipei, Thailand and Viet Nam. The hosts ranked fifth after suffering a 3-0 (18-25, 14-25, 20-25) defeat to Chinese Taipei. Last week, Viet Nam team won a silver medal after a…... [read more]
The list of ten candidates for Miss VTV Cup 2016 title was announced by the organizing board of the VTV International Women's Volleyball Cup on October 13. Here they are: Zhao Xuening from China Zhao is very nice to fans. Phomla Soraya from Thailand Le Thanh Thuy from Vietnam Thuy is Miss VTV Cup 2014 title holder. Linh Chi from Vietnam Chi is Miss VTV Cup 2015 title holder. Ha Ngoc Diem from Vinh Long province, Vietnam Diem has joined VTV Cup five times. Cheng Yuxuan from China The Chinese girl is 1.84 meters tall. Salsabila Ayu from Indonesia Matsuo…... [read more]
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The sixth international women’s volleyball tournament-VTV Cup-Binh Dien closed on February 26 with a convincing 3-0 win in favour of China’s Jiangsu against the host VTV Binh Dien in the final match. VTV Binh Dien vs Jiangsu in volleyball cup final In another match Lienviet Post Bank easily thrashed Vietinbank 3-0 to claim the third position. The best player award went to Nguyen Thi Ngoc Hoa from VTV Binh Dien, the best blocker award to Ta Thi Dieu Trang from Lienviet Post Bank and best setter award to Ha Thi Hoa from Vietinbank. Meanwhile, Anaseini from VTV Binh Dien received…... [read more]
Viet Nam champions prepare to defend VTV-Cup (05-09-2008) HA NOI — The national women's volleyball squad have been training in the southern Can Tho Province since last week, ahead of the International Women's Volleyball Tournament - VTV Cup taking place in HCM City from September 7-14. The team, that freshened up with six new faces from the Asian Women's Club Volleyball Championship - VTC Cup in the northern Vinh Phuc Gymnasium in June, will be led by newly-appointed coach Luong Khuong Thuong, who replaced former coach Nguyen Thuy Oanh. The 14-member squad started their extended training for the championships at…... [read more]
Vietnamese National Volleyball Team played very well and finished second in the International Women's Volleyball Tournament - VTV Cup after being beaten by Japan's Denso Airy Bees 3-1 in last Saturday's final at Nam Dinh province's Tran Quoc Toan Gymnasium. The Vietnamese National team got off to a good start, taking the first set 25-20 against the championship favourites, following a 3-0 loss to Denso in the round robin, Vietnam's head coach Pham Van Long made several changes, and had his players attacking the opposition from both sides of the court in the rematch instead of concentrating their attacks down…... [read more]