The International Volleyball Organization is known as the international governing body for indoor volleyball and grassland volleyball, including beach volleyball. The company is headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland.
History of Volleyball:
An important event in the 100-year history of volleyball was the formation of the organization in April 1947. Representatives from 14 countries- led by Paul Leibniz, forecaster of the French Volleyball Association in Paris, France. He was selected as the founding forecaster of the organization. Its headquarters were established in Paris. It’s a forecaster for 37 long years. Dr. later. Ruben Acosta took over from him.
Rules of the game:
Volleyball is played on a 16 m long and 9 m wide court divided by a net into two 9.m x 9.m sectional. The net is 1 m wide, and its top edge is 2.43 m (for males) and 2.24 m (for females) above ground level. However, the height varies as required for children, adolescents and adults.
Fifty Heroes is officially being used in the campaign. This campaign’s main purpose is to create awareness among the players, raise awareness, and highlight the importance of playing volleyball globally. Fifty Heroes features 33 outstanding volleyball players from 19 countries and 29 beach volleyball players.
Olympic News reports that Fifty Heroes has recently been inaugurated in Rome. The campaign aims to include billboards, posters and portraits of top athletes.
The women’s category. As a team sport, the Soviet Union won gold medals in the men’s volleyball and Japan in the women’s division. Coincidentally, after the Olympics, volleyball was created in Japan.
Inclusion in the Olympics:
After being tested as an interesting and prestigious sport, volleyball in the Olympic Games was discussed at the IOC meeting held in Munich in 1959. The 1964 Tokyo Olympics were played for the first time. Ten countries participated in the men’s category and 6 in the women’s category. As a team sport, the Soviet Union won gold medals in the men’s volleyball and Japan in the women’s division. Coincidentally, after the Olympics, volleyball was created in Japan.
Thirty-two years later, in 1996, the Atlanta Olympics included beach volleyball, one of the fastest-growing in the world. Beach Volleyball is one of the most successful second-tier indoor volleyball games.