John Doe

If you want to make your dreams come true, the first thing you have to do is wake up.

Mary Taylor

You can have anything you want if you are willing to give up everything you have.

Beach Volleyball Here is the Volleyball World Beach Volleyball Tour 2023 calendar. Elite16 coming to Rome and two Italian meetings?

Posted by

Fivb has recently announced the calendar for the Volleyball World Beach Volleyball Tour 2023, which will start from Doha in February (immediately after the 2022 finals next week) and end in December 2023 in… Doha. A very important season, because we begin Distribute points to qualify for the Paris Games So between now and June 2024 it is essential to be at a very fast pace with as many regular trips and competitions as possible.

In Italy, there are currently two futures races scheduled, one in Servia in mid-May and one in June in Lexus. But three dates will be added, which still need approval. The Elite 16 are due to be played in Rome in the second half of September, while the Futures are scheduled between June and July in Pizzo Calabro and Giardini Naxos in September.

Waiting is all The World Championships (the two winning pairs will qualify for Paris 2024) are scheduled for October 6-15 in Tlaxcala, Mexico. On the other hand, the European Championship will be held in Vienna from August 2 to 6.

Youth activism is very intense. World Under-21 Championship: November 8 to 12 in Thailand. Youth European Championship: July 26-29 U22 Timisoara (Romania). 10-13 August U20 Riga (Latvia). 24-27 August: U18 Madrid (Spain).

Currently these are already fixed matches. Elite 16: Doha (Qatar) February 1 to 5, Debic (Mexico) March 22 to 26, Uberlandia (Brazil) April 26 to 30, Ostrava (Czech Republic) May 31 to June 4, Gstaad (Switzerland) 5 to July 9, Montreal (Canada) from July 26 to 30, Hamburg (Germany) from August 16 to 20, Paris (France) from September 27 to October 1, Dubai (United Arab Emirates) from November 8 to 12, Australia from 22 to 26 November.

READ  Irina Doll’s dream

Challenges: March 16 to 19 La Paz (Mexico), April 6 to 9 Itapema (Brazil), April 13 to 16 Sakuraema (Brazil), June 15 to 18 Jurmala (Latvia), July 13 to 16 Espinho (Portugal) , Edmonton (Canada) from July 20 to 23, Maldives from October 26 to 29, Hainan (China) from November 2 to 5, Philippines from November 30 to December 3.

Future: Maunganui Beach (New Zealand), March 16 to 19, Coolangatta (Australia) March 29 to April 2, Tahiti (French Polynesia, men only) April 4 to 8, Satun (Thailand) April 20 to 23, Madrid (Spain ) , Men only) from 11th to 14th May, Servia (Italy) May 18 to 21, Madrid (Spain, Women only) May 18 to 21, Lecce (Italy) from June 8 to 11, June 8 to 11 Ha Long (Vietnam, women only), June 15 to 18 Lille (France), June 22 to 25 Ios (Greece), July 13 to 16 Leuven (Belgium), July to Myslowicz (Poland) 27 to 30, Warsaw (Poland) from 10 to 13 August, Bujumbura (Burundi) from 17 to 20 August, Kitang (China) from 17 to 20 August, Baden (Austria) from 23 to 27 August and Warsaw from 31 (Men ) from August to September 3.

Finals. The final, this time in the current year, is again scheduled for December 7-10 in Doha, Qatar. It is an invitational tournament.

Photo by Fivb

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *