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The Wonders of Volleyball
Transcript of The Wonders of Volleyball
-More than 46 million Americans play
800 million players world wide who play at least once a week HISTORY -You have to use rally scoring
-There is a point scored for every time ball lands in the opposing teams court.
-Each game is played until one team reaches 25 points.
-The winning team must win by 2 points. Scoring Volleyball is an Olympic team sport that has two teams of 4-6 players that are separated by a net. Each team tries to score points by hitting a ball on the other team's court under organized rules. What is Volleyball? Volleyball "lingo" (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr "Ace" When the ball is served to the other team, and no one touches it. "Sideout" Translations When the team that served the ball makes a mistake, causing the ball to go to the other team. "Roof" "Stuff" "Dig" "Kill" When a player jumps above the height of the net, and blocks the ball. When a player jumps above the height of the net, blocks the ball, and the ball goes back at the person who attacked (spiked) the ball. When a player makes a save from a very difficult spike. When a team spikes the ball and it either ends in a point or a sideout -Rotation
(A) Rotate after each serve won.
(C) 4-6 players on each side. Rules -Max 3 hits per side.
-One player cannot hit the ball twice (block is not considered a hit)
-Ball can be played off net during game and on serve.
-Touching boundary line is good.
-Must not block or attack serve. -Violations
(A) Stepping on or over line on serve
(B) Fail to serve completely over net
(C) Hitting ball illegally (carrying, palming, throwing)
(D) Reaching under the net (if it interferes with the ball or opposing player)
(E) Failure to serve correctly Strategy to win 1. If someone is having difficulty passing the ball, keep serving at them.
2. Keep your serves and hits on the court.
3. The setter must run the offense and identify weaknesses on the other team.
4. Move to see the hitter hit the ball.
5. Serve to the front row passer.
6. Winning is mostly an attitude. In 1995 Volleyball was 100 years old! -18995, William G. Morgan, instructor at YMCA in Holyoke, Massachusetts blended elements from basketball, baseball, tennis, and handball- net from tennis, 6 feet, above average male's head
-July 7th, 1896, First game of Volleyball was played at Springfield College
-1900 Special ball was created
-1900- YMCA spread volleyball to Canada, the Orient, and the Southern Hemisphere.
-1905 YMCA spread Volleyball to Cuba
-1907 presented at the Playground of America convention as one of the most popular sports
-1909 Spread to Puerto Rico
-1912 Spread to Uruguay
-1913 Competition held in Far Eastern Games
-1916 Philippines, the set and spike were introduced. The Filipinos developed the "bomba" or kill, and called the hitter a "bomberino". History (contin.) -1916YMCA invited the NAA to aid in editing the rules and in promoting the sport. It was added to school and college physical education.
-1917 Spread to Brazil
-1917 Changed points from 21 to 15
-1919 American Expeditionary Forces distributed 16,000 volleyballs to it's troops and allies. Provided a stimulus for the growth of volleyball in foreign lands.
-1920 Three hits per side and back row attack rules were instituted.
-1922 First YMCA national championships were held in Brooklyn, New York. 27 teams from 11 states were represented.
-1930's Recreational sports programs became an important part of American life
-1930 The first "two-man beach game" was played.
-1934 Approval and recognition of referees
-Late 1940's Forearm pass introduced to the game. Most balls were played with overhand pass. Physical Benefits Increases agility, hand-eye coordination,
fast reflexes, strength and vertical jump
Helps get you fit and active Mental -Need to know and anticipate plays of the other team.
-Need to know how to read the movement of hitters, setters, and passers.
-Understand strengths and weaknesses of a team player. Social -Self Confidence
-Sportsmanship Injuries Statistics 63% related to jumping
15-60% ankle injuries
10% Thumb or finger sprains
15% Knee sprains or meniscus tears
80% Patellar tendonitis (jumper's knee)
8-20% Shoulder tendonitis/impingement/suprascapular nerve entrapment
32% of players have suprascapular nerve compression
10-14% Low back overuse Ace Per Set 1 Christine Edwards Jackson St. .95
2. Saitaua Iosia UMES .69
3. Micha Hancock Penn. St. .65
4. Lauren Wicinski Michigan St .63
5. Vendula Strakova Hampton .52
6. Savannah Blinn Gonzaga .51
7. Monique Mead Georgia Tech .48 Kills Per Set 1. Tyler Henderson Tulsa 5.22
2. Edina Begin UALR 5.08
3.Desire Waller South Carolina st. 4.95
4. Lola Arslanbekova Louiville 4.93
5, Alaina Bergsma Oregon 4.90
6. Vedula Strakova Hampton 4.75
7. Emily Hartong Hawii 4.66 Karch Kiraly Olympic Representation: 1984, 1988, 1996
Logan Tom Olympic Representation: 2000, 2004, 2008
Misty May- Treanor Olympic Representation: 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012
Kerri Walsh Olympic Representation: 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012
Steven Timmons Olympic Representation: 1984, 1988, 1992
Paula Weishopp Olympic Representation: 1984, 1988, 1992
Ron Von Hagen Olympic Representation: None
Flo Hyman Olympic Representation: 1984
Lorenzo Bernardi Olympic Representation: 1988, 1992, 1996
Magaly Carvajal Olympic Representation: 1992 & 1996
Hugo Conte Olympic Representation: 1984, 1988, 2000
Rita Crockett Olympic Representation: 1984
Vladimir Grbic Olympic Representation: 1996, 2000, 2004
Sinjin Smith Olympic Representation: None
Regla Torres Olympic Representation: 1992, 1996, 2000
Giba Olympic Representation: 2004, 2008, 2012
Andrea Giani Olympic Representation: 1996,2000, 2004
Ivan Miljkovic Olympic Representation: 2000, 2004, 2008
Ianna Ryskal Olympic Representation: 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976
Katsutoshi Nekoda Olympic Representation: 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976 Famous People