Women’s volleyball back in action

“One step at a time, starting with the Asian Championships”

South Korea’s women’s volleyball team is back in action to restore its honor.

The South Korean women’s volleyball team, which has been sweating it out at the Jincheon Athletic Center gym since June 6, 토토 released a training video to the media on Sunday.

The team will depart for Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, on Aug. 28 to compete in the Asian Women’s Volleyball Championship on Aug. 30.

The team will then return to the Jincheon Athletes’ Village for five to six days of training before departing for Poland to compete in the Paris Olympic Qualifiers before heading to Hangzhou for the Asian Games.

The Korean women’s team suffered the humiliation of going undefeated in the Volleyball Nations League (VNL) for the second year in a row. They are in desperate need of a win to rebound.

The team, including captain Park Jung-ah (Pepper Savings Bank), 안전놀이터 was loudly chanting in the gym today and fired up.

“I told the players that we need to do well at the Asian Championships first and then move on to the next goal,” Park said, “We are working hard to prepare for the tournament in the most perfect shape.”

Kang So-hwi (GS Caltex) also said, “After losing the last VNL, everyone was not confident. However, now that we are facing a new competition, everyone is preparing energetically by raising the tension,” said Kang.

“First of all, I shared with the team that we will try to reach the top four at the Asian Championships,” said Cesar, adding, “The Olympic qualifiers will be tough, but we will not give up until the last ball hits the court.”

Meanwhile, Korea will have to overcome competition from the likes of China, Japan and Thailand at the Asian Championships and Asian Games. In the Olympic qualifiers, they are in a group with the USA, Italy, Germany, and other powerhouses, 스포츠토토 including host Poland in Group C.

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