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Board meeting starts FIVB Congress week in Anaheim

 
The Board of Administration meeting will be the last for FIVB President Jizhong Wei who will not be running for re-election at the FIVB Congress
 

Anaheim, USA, September 16, 2012 – The FIVB Board of Administration will meet on Monday to launch the FIVB Congress week, highlighted by the FIVB Congress which will run from Wednesday to Friday at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, USA.

The Board meeting, which will start at 09:00 (local time), will focus on the preparation of the Congress Development Seminar which will take place on Tuesday, as well as the Congress, including the confirmation of the agenda and items to be presented to the Congress.

The FIVB Board of Administration members will be joined by the newly elected Board members and the FIVB Commission presidents.

The reunion will be the last Board of Administration meeting for FIVB President Jizhong Wei who will not be running for re-election at the FIVB Congress. The new FIVB Board of Administration, with the new FIVB President, will meet briefly after the FIVB Presidential election on Friday before meeting again on Saturday.

Live streaming of the FIVB Congress Development Seminar and the FIVB Congress wil take place on the FIVB website at: http://www.fivb.org/EN/Congress/2012/

FIVB press contact in Anaheim: FIVB Press Director Richard Baker press@fivb.org or +1 719 373 4148 
 





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