German Volleyball Affiliation – Seashore: The problem of the event in Turkey

German Volleyball Affiliation – Seashore: The problem of the event in Turkey


Nils Ehlers (r.), Clemens Wickler (second from right).  Photo: FIVB
Nils Ehlers (r.), Clemens Wickler (second from proper). Photograph: FIVB
The Professional Seashore Tour of worldwide seaside volleyball makes its subsequent cease. From the nineteenth of Might to the twenty second the sport shall be performed in Kuşadası, on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. The Problem event is corresponding to the three and 4 star tournaments of earlier years on the World Tour. In Germany, 5 groups will begin in the principle competitors and one within the qualifiers.

  • occasion web page
  • Event Sort: FIVB Seashore Professional Tour – Problem Occasion
  • When: Might 19-22, 2022
  • Location: Kuşadası, Turkey
  • Time distinction: Kuşadası is one hour forward of Germany
  • Stay stream: Volleyballworld.television (enroll with a free 30-day trial)

+++ Might 22, match for third place +++

“That is seaside volleyball, the way in which we and the spectators prefer it. Every part was there on this recreation within the third place, a giant battle with a greater finish for us,” stated Clemens Wickler fortunately after the match. Together with Nils Ehlers, the 2 secured their first assembly place in an exhilarating match. “A medal on the World Tour is all the time one thing particular and a terrific achievement. Personally, I am comfortable that we’re stabilizing our recreation slightly bit and each are heading in the right direction,” added coach Thomas Kaczmarek. Sandra Ittlinger and Isabel Schneider needed to concede two defeats on Sunday, however celebrated fourth place of their third event collectively.

Ittlinger/Schneider vs. Cannon/Sponcil (USA) 1:2 (11:21, 21:17, 12:15)

Ehlers/Wickler vs. Carambula/Rossi (ITA) 2:1 (21:12, 17:21, 15:12)

+++ Might 22, semi-final +++

Each German groups missed out on the finals by a really shut margin with event winners from Sweden and Olympic runners-up from Australia.

Ittlinger/Schneider vs. Clancy/Mariafe (AUS) 0:2 (23:25, 18:21)

Ehlers/Wickler vs. Åhman/Hellvig (SWE) 0:2 (19:21, 19:21)

+++ Might 21, Final +++

Ehlers/Wickler and Itlinger/Schneider made it to the quarterfinals and are within the prime 4. On Sunday they’ll play the medals. Borger/Sude and Tillmann/Müller completed the event in a powerful fifth place.

Ittlinger/Schneider vs. Hermannova/Stochlova (CZE) 2-0 (22:20, 21:19)

Ehlers/Wickler vs. Berntsen/Mol (NOR) 2-0 (21:17, 21:15)

Tillmann/Müller vs. Kloth/Nuss (USA) 0:2 (16:21, 14:21)

Borger/Sude vs. Clancy/Mariafe (AUS) 0:2 (19:21, 11:21)

+++ Might 21, Spherical of 16 +++

As in Doha, there was once more a German-German duel between Ittlinger/Schneider and Laboureur/Schulz. After Labor / Schulz gained 2-0 in Doha, Isabel Schneider / Sandra Ittlinger obtained a spot within the quarter-finals after a powerful comeback. Labor/Schulz completed the event in ninth place. Ehlers/Wickler, Borger/Sude and Müller/Tillmann made a really robust displaying within the spherical of 16.

Itlinger/Schneider vs Laboureur/Schulz 2:1 (21:10, 14:21, 15:9)

Ehlers/Wickler vs. Ermacora/Pristauz (AUT) 2-0 (21:19, 21:19)

Müller/Tillmann vs. Brandie/Bukovec (CAN) 2-0 (21:11, 21:12)

Borger/Sude vs. Megan/Nicole (CAN) 2-0 (21:16, 21:11)

+++ Might 21, Spherical 18 +++

Each German groups secured the spherical of 16 with victories over Brazil and Switzerland.

Borger/Sude vs. Böbner/Vergé-Dépré (CHE) 2:1 (17:21, 23:21, 17:15)

Müller/Tillmann vs. Victoria/Tainá (BRA) 2-0 (21:17, 21:19)

+++ Might 20, group stage +++

All groups compete in two worldwide matches every. Ehlers/Wickler and Itlinger/Schneider win their group and are within the spherical of 16 straight, Laboreur/Schulz as the very best groups as properly. Borger/Sude and Tillmann/Müller, third within the group, have to get by means of the spherical of 18 to safe the remaining locations within the spherical of 16.

Ehlers/Wickler vs. McHugh/Burnett (AUS) 2:1 (17:21, 21:17, 15:9)

Borger/Sude vs. Schützenhöfer/Plesiutschnig (AUT) 2-0 (21:13, 21:18)

Müller/Tillmann vs. Wojtasik/Kociolek (POL) 2:1 (22:24, 21:16, 15:9)

Ittlinger/Schneider vs. Kloth/Nuss (USA) 2-0 (24:22, 21:19)

Job/Schulz vs Megan/Nicole (CAN) 1:2 (22:24, 21:19, 13:15)

Ehlers/Wicklers vs. Krattinger/Breer (CHE) 0:2 (21:17, 21:14)

Ittlinger/Schneider vs. Schützenhöfer/Plesiutschnig (AUT) 2-0 (21:11, 21:18)

Borger/Sude vs. Kloth/Nuss (USA) 0:2 (16:21, 16:21)

Müller/Tillmann vs. Helland-Hansen/Olimstad (NOR) 1:2 (21:12, 17:21, 9:15)

Job/Schulz vs. Ship/Take (JPN) 2-0 (21:15, 21:15)

+++ Might 19, affirmation +++

Paul Henning was capable of rejoice his worldwide volleyball debut in Doha in opposition to the New Zealand staff. Not there with short-term associate Benedikt Sagstetter, or in Kuşadası and his teammate Sven Winter, can defend themselves in opposition to the 2. In Henning/Winter the event ends in qualification.

Reid/O’Dea B. (NZL) vs. Henning/Winter 2-0 (21:15, 21:12)

The event in Turkey is the final one the place athletes can accumulate factors to enter the World Cup in Rome in mid-June. Though issues are trying up for the ladies’s groups, Ehlers/Wickler particularly want to select up some necessary factors to safe the World Cup. The highest 4 German seaside volleyball groups are entered into the principle competitors. Borger/Sude, Tillmann/Müller, Ittlinger/Schneider and Laboureur/Schulz begin the event on Friday. Ehlers/Wickler gained the lads’s primary draw. Henning/Winter should earn their method into the event by profitable matches, which start Thursday.

Kuşadası schedule:

  • Thursday, Might 19, 2022: Affirmation
  • Friday-Sunday, Might 20-22, 2022: Principal drawing

Problem occasion format:

  • Gender teams: 24
  • 16 groups are straight in the principle subject
  • Qualification: 32 groups
  • Group stage: 6 groups of 4 groups in a modified pool play
  • Stage of Financial Continuity: Single Elimination
  • Prize cash: 150,000 US {dollars} (75,000 per gender)

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