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TECHNICAL EVALUATIONS / VIDEO LIBRARY
2010 FIVB Volleyball World Championships
> Men's
> Women's
2006 FIVB World Championships
> Men's
> Women's
2012 Olympic Games London
> Men's
> Women's
2008 Olympic Games Beijing
> Men's
> Women's
 
2013 U23 World Championship
> Men's
> Women's
 
2011 FIVB Junior World Championship
> Men's
> Women's

2011 FIVB Youth World Championship
> Girls'
2009 FIVB Junior World Championships
> Men's
> Women's

2009 FIVB Youth World Championships
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INTRODUCTION

The FIVB technical evaluations are made by the FIVB expert team in collaboration with the Technical Department and the Technical Commission of the FIVB.

The top level volleyball is thoroughly analysed. The main trends, tactics and game evolutions are introduced to show the latest techniques in modern volleyball.

This is an open resource material provided by the FIVB to National Federations, Confederations, Coaches, Players, Officials and other interested parties.

For a better result, you can download the video file for creating own video comments, drawings, angles and slow motion. We recommend the open source Software "Kinovea".

 

Or using the utilius faiplay lite which allows the user to open the videos directly and enables to record videos from the camcorder, go to any point of the recording, play back and analyze videos, record simultaneously, video cut of all selected sequences, drawing of lines, arrows, rectangles, circles and free lines into the video, etc.