Poland to host FIVB Beach Volleyball World meet

Warsaw, June 30 (IANS) Poland will host the ninth edition of the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships starting from July 1.

Jun 30 2013, 5:36am CDT | by

Poland to host FIVB Beach Volleyball World meet
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Warsaw, June 30 — Poland will host the ninth edition of the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships starting from July 1.

There are 48 teams in each gender taking part in the seven-day championships from July 1 to 7, including Chinese women's pair of Xue Chen and Zhang Xi, reports Xinhua.

The championships will be played in Stare Jablonkia, a small village in the Mazury lake region (northeastern Poland). Poland will provide seven regular competition grounds with 2,100 tonnes of sand. Stare Jablonki's stadium centre court seats 9,000 spectators along the shores of Lake Mazury.

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