Mexico boys' pushing themselves hard before World Champs
This year’s Championship will see an expanded entry of 20 teams, four more than in previous editions.
At the NORCECA Boys’ U19 Championship in July last year, the US team earned the third and last NORCECA ticket to the 2013 FIVB Boys' U19 World Championship. Cuba and Mexico were already qualified to the event, with the vacancy for the host country taken from the continental quota.
Mexico’s national team will face stiff competition from teams around the world. The four CAVB vacancies have been filled by Rwanda, Tunisia, Egypt and Algeria while the three CSV spots have been taken by Brazil, Chile and Argentina. Japan, Korea, Iran and China are the four AVC representatives. The CEV’s six places in the Championship are yet to be determined.
As this video shows the Mexico boys’ team are determined to stamp their mark on the competition and take the top prize for the home side. And with three months to go to the big event they have their work cut out for them.