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Volleyball balls all what you need to know
Volleyball balls all what you need to know about them. There are many questions that people asking about volleyball balls: what is official volleyball ball, which one is the best to buy, what is the difference between indoor and outdoor volleyballs, and finally how to choose volleyball ball for yourself. I this post all information you need to know before buying volleyball balls.
Volleyball is a popular team sport combining elements of basketball, baseball, handball and tennis into one game. Volleyball was created in 1895 by William G. Morgan, physical education director of YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association). The first official ball was created by Spalding in 1900 and consisted of three layers. Since 2008 Beijing Olympics games Mikasa became as an official volleyballs brand.
What is the official volleyball ball?
Mikasa MVA200 was official competition ball for all international volleyball matches since Beijing 2008. The unique 8 panel design and aerodynamic dimpling offered better stability, ball control and visibility. The official game ball for indoor Olympics games in Beijing (2008), London (2012), and Rio (2016).
Molten V5M5000 is an official competition ball in Italy, Poland, France, Spain, Lithuania and others.
Mikasa VLS300 Beach Champ is the official FIVB beach volleyball game ball. Official beach volleyball ball for Olympics games in London (2012) and Rio (2016), FIVB World Tour, CEV European Championship Tour.
Which is the best volleyball ball?
There are several of well known best volleyball brands such as Mikasa, Molten, Gala, Spalding, Wilson. The official brand for international indoor and outdoor competitions is Mikasa. Molten V5M5000 is good known model for national indoor championships in Italy, Poland, France, Spain, Lithuania and others. Wilson is an official brand for biggest professional beach volleyball tour in the United States called AVP (association of volleyball professionals).
What is the difference between indoor and outdoor volleyball balls?
Indoor volleyballs are heavier than outdoor balls. Indoor volleyball can be hit harder. Beach volleyballs are softer, lighter and a bit bigger than indoor balls.