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REFEREES DATABASE

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VOLLEYBALL & BEACH VOLLEYBALL REFEREES

Charalampos Papadogoulas
International Beach Volleyball Referee


Nationality : GRE GRE
Birth date: 29.11.1977
Height: 185cm
Nomination in 2006
Total of matches: 723 national and 535 International
Occupation: Professional Firefighter
Biography:
Charalampos Papadogoulas began officiating Volleyball in 1995 during the time that was at University of Physical Education. He achieved his Indoor National course in 1999, and he was the same time indoor referee and professional football player (goalkeeper). Babis (Charalampos nick-name) achieved his certification as a National Beach Volleyball Referee in 2002, and 2004 was line judge at Olympic Games of Athens. He attended his International Candidate Course in Lausanne, Switzerland in 2005. Nominated in 2006, Babis has been an active referee on the FIVB World Tour, having officiated in 41 WT Events, including 3 World Championships. Babis currently serves as one of the Nationals Directors for Beach Volleyball Referee Certification.

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