In today’s post, we’re going to take a look at the fastest serves in volleyball of all time. Marvin N'Gapeth128.4 km/h (79.79 mph) Wilfredo Leon is considered the best volleyball player in the world.
He has great skills and one of his biggest strengths is his serving ability. He showed us not once, and not twice that his serves are really powerful and the enemies often have problems receiving them.
The Polish player served 134 km/h, equalling IvanZaytsev’s record. In his first season in the Italian league, he earned 133 points in 39 games directly serving.
Some people question this record because he served with Molten ball. I think it doesn’t make any sense, and he showed a couple of times, he can easily serve up to 128 km/h (79.54 mph) even with Midas.
What’s interesting, System currently holds the Olympic serving speed record, alongside Christian Savant and George Grover, at 127 km/h (78.9 mph). He sometimes provokes his opponents, but he’s a really talented guy with huge skills, especially on a serve.
He shows us regularly why should we be afraid of him, because even if his team doesn’t play well, he can spur it into action, by serving fast. His team was leading 17:12, and he decided to take a risk and serve as fast as possible.
It’s used mostly in men’s volleyball and all the players from the list above use this technique to serve fast. Because of speed, players on the other side of the court, often have problems with receiving the ball, because they don’t have a lot of time to react.
But some teams like Russia are used to jump serves, and they receive it pretty well. Some players like Mateusz Rainier or Bruno Revenge are the masters of the floater because these serves are aimed well and aren’t comfortable to receive.
Some teams have huge problems with floaters, so even though it’s not that fast, it can be sometimes more powerful than the jump serve. When playing volleyball, I always mix the jump serve and the floater.
My opponents don’t know which technique I will serve, and I admit it works well. Volleyball players don’t serve 130 km/h on a daily basis.
In indoor volleyball, serves are faster, because players have better control over the ball. In beach volleyball, there is sand everywhere, and jump serve is rather rare.
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Though the level offered by the Italian squad was not outstanding, it was solid enough to create a big difference between the two teams. Using an alternation between short spinning and deep strong serves as one of their main tools, Blending’s players did not seem endangered, except for the end of the third set when the red drew 20-20 before the blue scored a decisive 5-2.
Silva’s men will have one day off tomorrow as Italy will take on Greece to try and top today’s convincing performance. In the race for best scorer, Cayuse tied Solo.
Net Domination The number of successful point winning blocks of PORTUGAL compared to ITALY. We prepared only for three weeks when they played together all summer and already qualified for the Olympics.
IvanZaytsev scored 20 points (15 spikes and 5 blocks) to lead Italy to a 3-0 victory (25-20, 25-17, 25-16), with setter Simone Minnelli showing glimpses of his class as well despite his young age. On the other side of the net, Bram Van den Dries (even though he did not play in the third set) and captain Sam Derail were the top scorers with seven points each.
Perhaps Belgium coach Andrea Anastasia will regret not bringing in Hendrik Tuerlinckx earlier, because he scored five points while playing in the third set only. The Italians had to meet the expectations of 8,000 supporters packed inside Mandela Forum, and so they went back to the court after the break extremely determined and quickly it was 10-8 for the Azure.
Anastasia tried to stop the Italian run with some help from the bench, but Osman Juantorena scored the last point with a jump serve, 25-17. When the Italian reception was not that good, Minnelli still found a way to produce excellent solutions and to help his spiders avoid the Belgian block.
Two points with jump serves by Igor Oskar Globally helped the Belgians stay in the game, however Italy answered with the same weapons as Cayuse scored once again. Minnelli scored two points with his serves as well and the game ended with a fast attack killed by middle blocker Simone Tanzania, with a landslide 25-16 win sealing a compelling 3-0 victory for Italy after 90 minutes of play only.
Led by 20 points from the tournament's top scorer, the impeccable Wallace, Brazil avenged a 3-1 pool stage defeat to the Italians, who have never won Olympic gold, losing in the final three times now. It was a fourth final in a row for Brazil, who also beat Italy in Athens in 2004 before losing to the US in Beijing and suffering a Russian comeback four years ago in London after leading by two sets to nil.
Despite the presence of 2.09-metre (6ft 10in) tall giants Lucas and Souza, it was the relatively diminutive 1.96 m Life who rose to get the crucial block on the final point and send a packed home crowd into party mode. Italy started fast and opened up an early three-point lead but by the midway point of the first set, Brazil had pulled out a four-point gap over their error-prone opponents.
Italy had been more than twice as efficient as Brazil in spiking, but their errors proved costly with their patchy display summed up by Cayuse sloughing his serve into a team-mate on set point. It was a high-powered affair with serves reaching up to 120 km/h (75 m/h) while a fairly partisan home crowd ensured the atmosphere at the Maracaibo was rocking -- and pretty hostile towards Italy, not that the players were complaining.
IvanZaytsev is an athlete for the VC Dynamo Moscow. Popularity: Vyacheslav was born on November 12th, 1952 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
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Out of 6,028,151 records in the U.S. Social Security Administration public data, the first name Cayuse was not present. A random rearrangement of the letters in the name (anagram) will give Stave.