Snow Volleyball Commission discusses future strategy of the sport

The Commission meeting was held in a hybrid format

The FIVB Snow Volleyball Commission discussed the future strategy of the sport’s development during its meeting this week.

The meeting was held in a hybrid format with FIVB 2nd Executive Vice-President, European Volleyball Confederation (CEV) President and Commission President Aleksandar Boričić attending in-person from the FIVB Headquarters in Lausanne, while the other members joined via videoconference.

The Commission talked about the future strategy for the development of the sport at both a continental and National Federation level, in addition to discussing the calendar for next year.

FIVB President Dr Ary S. Graça F° opened the meeting of the Snow Volleyball Commission, stating:

“The great benefit of snow volleyball is that it allows even more people to enjoy our beloved sport. It makes volleyball truly accessible 365 days a year and all over the world.

“There are now around 20 countries that organise National Snow Volleyball Championships, or snow volleyball national activities, and the FIVB encourages all Continental Confederations and National Federations to proactively be part of the sport.”

FIVB 2nd Executive Vice-President, CEV President and Commission President Aleksandar Boričić added:

“Snow volleyball is an incredible opportunity for our sport and we need to continue working together with our National Federations and Continental Confederations to develop this exciting discipline. We are here to discuss the future of the sport and strategic ideas on how we can ensure its bright future.”

The FIVB Commission meetings will continue this week with the Volleyball Council meeting scheduled for 2 December.