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Russia’s Belogorie Belgorod wins ticket to FIVB Men’s Club Championship

CEV DenizBank Volleyball Champions League winners Belogorie Belgo celebrate
Ankara, Turkey, March 23, 2014 - Russia’s Belogorie Belgorod has secured a ticket to the FIVB Volleyball Men’s Club World Championship 2014, by winning their third crown in the CEV DenizBank Volleyball Champions League on Sunday, defeating hosts Halkbank Ankara 3-1(25-18, 21-25, 25-16, 27-25).

With the victory, Belogorie emulates Italy’s Trentino Volley, the sole club whose showcase also includes three titles in Europe’s elite club competition. Belogorie, whose previous titles dated back to 2003 and 2004, prolonged Russia’s rule in the CEV Volleyball Champions League. Russian teams have won the cup in the last three straight seasons.

Halkbank Ankara’s silver medal is Turkey’s best result in the 14 years of the competition.

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Individual Awards 

MVP: Sergey Tetyukhin (RUS/Belogorie BELGOROD) 
Best Scorer: Michal Lasko (ITA/JASTRZEBSKI Wegiel) 
Best Spiker: Maxim Mikhaylov (RUS/Zenit KAZAN) 
Best Server: Emre Batur (TUR/Halkbank ANKARA) 
Best Blocker: Dmitriy Muserskiy (RUS/Belogorie BELGOROD) 
Best Receiver: Matey Kaziyski (BUL/Halkbank ANKARA) 
Best Setter: Raphael Vieira de Oliveira (BRA/Halkbank ANKARA) 
Best Libero: Damian Wojtaszek (POL/JASTRZEBSKI Wegiel) 
Fair Play Award: Alexander Volkov (RUS/Zenit KAZAN) 

Final standing 

1.    Belogorie BELGOROD (RUS) 
2.    Halkbank ANKARA (TUR) 
3.    JASTRZEBSKI Wegiel (POL)
4.    Zenit KAZAN (RUS) 

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