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Russia's Kazan capture Women's Club World Championship in style

 
FIVB President Dr Ary S. Graca F° honouring FIVB Women's Club World Championship winners Dinamo Kazan of Russia
 

 Zurich, Switzerland, May 11, 2014- Russia added a new title to their golden list after their champions Dinamo Kazan claimed the eighth Women's club World Championship title following their thrilling win over Brazil's Molico/Osasco in straight sets 25-11, 25-16, 27-25 in the final of the competition at Saalsporthalle in Zurich, Switzerland on Sunday.

 This is the first gold medal for Kazan and their country Russia in the history of the Women's club championship to add their name to the golden list, but it is the second gold medal for the European country in 24 hours after Belogorie Belgorod claimed the Men's Club World Championship title in Brazil early on Saturday.

 Russia's big gun Ekaterina Gamova added one more glory to her personal achievements winning the competition Most Valuable player "MVP" award after her great performance throughout the competition beside being the best opposite spiker in the competition golden team to gain 2 of the Individual awards.

Final
Dinamo Kazan (RUS) beat Molico Osasco (BRA) 3-0 (25-11, 25-16, 27-25)

 Russia's Dinamo Kazan captured their first ever title at the eighth Women's club World Championship in Zurich following their thrilling win over Brazil's Molico/Osasco in straight sets 25-11, 25-16, 27-25 in the final of the competition.
 
 The competition star Ekaterina Gamova led the match scorers with 24 points including 3 killing blocks and 2 Aces followed by Larson-Burbach Jordan 14 points. Middle blocker Thaisa Menezes led Molico's scorers with 10 points followed by Sanja Malagurski 7 points.

 What made the victory easy for the Russians was the side difference in Blocking as they had 16-2 advantage 16-2 in this skill.

The Brazilians had no answers to the solid game of their opponents. Kazan only allowed a few attacking manoeuvres as they covered all attacking points at the net and on the floor.

Bronze medal
SESI-SP (BRA) beat Volero Zurich (SUI) 3-2 (25-18, 20-25, 25-21, 23-25, 15-13)

Zurich, Switzerland, May 11, 2014 - Brazil's SESI-SP fought bravely for 124 minutes to overcome hosts Volero Zurich of Switzerland and win 3-2 (25-18, 20-25, 25-21, 23-25, 15-13) to capture the bronze medal during the third place match of the 2014 FIVB Women's Club World Championship at Saalsporthalle in Zurich, Switzerland on Sunday.

After the match FIVB President Dr Ary S. Graca F° honoured Volero's captain Mira Golubovic, who announced her retirement, with an FIVB prize in acknowledgment of her 22 years on the volleyball court.

Behind the offense was Ivna Marra, who led her team players in the game with 20 points, followed by Fabiana Claudino 18 points. From the loser side Volero's scoring machine Kenia Carcaces had impressive 22 points to lead also the match scorers followed by the opposite Olesia Rykhliuk 17 points.

Final Results
Final: Dinamo Kazan (RUS) v Molico Osasco (BRA) 3-0 (25-11, 25-16, 27-25)
Bronze Medal: SESI-SP (BRA) v Volero Zurich (SUI)  3-2 (25-18, 20-25, 25-21, 23-25, 15-13)

2014 Women's Club World Championship Final Ranking
1- Dinamo Kazan (RUS)
2- MolicolOsasco (BRA)
3- SESI-SP (BRA)
4- Volero Zurich (SUI)
5- GS Petroliers (ALG)
Hisamitsu Springs (JPN)

2014 Women's Club World Championship Best team
Best Setter: No. 14 Josefa Almeida (Molico/Osasco- BRA)
Best Opposite: No 11 Ekaterina Gamova (Dinamo Kazan- RUS)
1st Outside Spiker: No 4 Suelle Oliveira (SESI-SP- BRA)
2nd Outside Spiker: No 4 Kenia Carcaces (Volero Zurich- Switzerland)
1st Middle Blocker: No 6 Thaisa Menezes (Molico/Osasco- BRA)
2nd Middle Blocker: No 17 Regina Moroz (Dinamo Kazan- RUS)
Best Libero: No 14 Ekaterina Ulanova (Dinamo Kazan- RUS)
Most Valuable Player: No 11 Ekaterina Gamova (Dinamo Kazan- RUS)


All Results


No

Phase

Date

Local
Time

GMT
Time

Teams

Live Score
Result

City

Description

Press
Conf.

Stats

Photos

1

B

07/05

17:30

15:30

MOL-HIS

3-1

Zurich

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2

A

07/05

20:00

18:00

VOL-SES

3-2

Zurich

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3

B

08/05

17:30

15:30

KZN-HIS

3-1

Zurich

View

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4

A

08/05

20:05

18:00

VOL-GSP

3-0

Zurich

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5

A

09/05

17:30

15:30

SES-GSP

3-0

Zurich

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6

B

09/05

20:00

18:00

MOL-KZN

2-3

Zurich

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8

SF

10/05

15:30

13:30

VOL-MOL

1-3

Zurich

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7

SF

10/05

18:05

16:00

KZN-SES

3-1

Zurich

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9

F

11/05

14:00

12:00

VOL-SES

2-3

Zurich

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10

F

11/05

17:00

14:30

MOL-KZN

0-3

Zurich

View

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2014 Women's Club World Championship Performances


Top Scoring Performances

34 - Ekaterina Gamova (Dinamo Kazan- Rus) v SESI-SP - BRA (May 10)

25 - Ivna Marra (SESI-SP- BRA) v Dinamo Kazan- Rus v (May 10)

25 - Olesia Rykhliuk (Volero- SUI) v SESI-SP (BRA) (May7)

24 - Ekaterina Gamova (Dinamo Kazan- Rus) v Hisamitsu- JPN (May 8)

24 - Ekaterina Gamova (Dinamo Kazan- Rus) v Molico- BRA (May 11)

22 - Irina Voronkova (Dinamo Kazan- Rus) v Molico (BRA) (May 9)

20 - Thaisa Menezes (Molico- BRA) v Dinamo Kazan- Rus v (May 9)

19 - Olesia Rykhliuk (Volero- SUI) v GSP - ALG (May 8)

19 - Miyu Nagaoka (Hisamitsu- JPN) v Dinamo Kazan- Rus (May 8)

8 - Thaisa Menezes (Molico- BRA) v Hisamitsu (JPN) (May 7)

18 - Kenia Carcaces (Volero- Sui) v Molico- BRA (May 10)

17 - Miyu Nagaoka (Hisamitsu- JPN) v Molico- BRA (May 7)

17 - Yuki Ishii (Hisamitsu- JPN) v Dinamo Kazan- Rus (May 8)

17 - Sheilla Castro (Molico- BRA) v Dinamo Kazan- Rus v (May 9)

 

Top Blocking Performances

6 - Correa Ana Beatriz of SESI-SP (BRA) v Volero (SUI) (May 7)

6 - Thaisa Menezes Molico (BRA) v Dinamo Kazan- Rus (May 9)

5 - Adenizia Silva of Molico- BRA v Hisamitsu (JPN) (May 7)

5 - Regina Moroz of Dinamo Kazan- Rus v Molico- BRA (May 9)

5 - Correa Ana of SESI-SP -BRA v Volero - SUI (May 11)

5 - Mira Golubovic od Volero - SUI v SESI - BRA (May11)

 

Top Blocking Performances by Team

17 - SESI- BRA v Volero (SUI) (May 7)

17 - Kazan- RUS v SESI (BRA) (May 10)

16 - Kazan- RUS v Molico (BRA) (May 11)

15 - Molico (BRA) v Hisamitsu (JPN) (May 7)

14 - Dinamo Kazan- Rus v Molico - Brazil (May 9)

14 - Volero- SUI v SESI - Brazil (May 11)

14 - SESI- Brazil v Volero - SUI  (May 11)

13 - SESI-SP BRA v GSP - ALG (May 9)

 

Top Serving Performances

4 - Aicha Mezemate (GSP- ALG) v Volero (SUI) (May 8)

3 - Adenizia Silva (Molico- BRA) v Volero (SUI) (May 10)

3 - Ana Beatriz Correa (SESI-BRA) v Kazan-Rus (May 10)


Top Serving Performances by Team

8 - Dinamo Kazan (RUS) v Molico (BRA) (MAY 9)

6 - Molico (BRA) v Volero (SUI) (MAY 10)

6 - Kazan (RUS) v SESI (BRA) (May 10)

5 - GSP- (ALG) v Volero (SUI) (May 8)

5 - Volero (SUI) v Molico (BRA) (MAY 10)

 

Highest Scorers by day

25 - Olesia Rykhliuk (Volero- SUI) v SESI-SP (BRA) (day 1, May 7)

24 - Ekaterina Gamova (Dinamo Kazan- Rus) v Hisamitsu- JPN (day 2,May 8)

22 - Irina Voronkova (Dinamo Kazan- Rus) v Molico (BRA) (Day 3, May 9)

34 - Ekaterina Gamova (Dinamo Kazan- Rus) v SESI-SP (BRA) (day 4,May 10)

24 - Ekaterina Gamova (Dinamo Kazan- Rus) v Molico (BRA) (day 5,May 11)


Highest Set Score

29-27 - SESI-SP (BRA) v Dinamo Kazan (RUS)

27-25 - Dinamo Kazan (RUS) v Molico (BRA)

26-24 - Volero (SUI) v GSP (ALG)

26-24 - Molico (BRA) v Kazan (RUS)

 

Highest Scoring Matches

210 - Dinamo Kazan v Molico 3-2 (25-18, 20-25, 25-21, 25-23, 15-13)

203 - Dinamo Kazan v Molico 3-2 (25-11, 25-19, 20-25, 23-25, 16-14)

189 - Dinamo Kazan v SESI 3-1 (25-23, 27-29, 25-21, 25-14)

186 - Valero (SUI) v SESI-SP (BRA) 3-2 (25-12, 25-18, 15-25, 15-25, 15-10)

184 - Dinamo Kazan v Hisamitsu Springs 3-1 (22-25, 25-22, 25-22, 25-18)

 

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