Sunday, December 6, 2009
What the whole history of volleyball
What the whole history of volleyball By Rebecca Blain of volleyball.com-E 'amazing, one of the most' popular in the world of sport is relatively young. Even if the game of youth, which has a number of changes and development as part of its rich history. Believe it or not, but was not Asics or Nike women volleyball shoes or even volleyball uniforms for sale anywhere, not to mention online! To fully understand and appreciate what the game has changed and how much work was put into operation in order to be successful, you must try again the origin of volleyball, and for the study and why changes were made. Just over 100 years ago, in 1895, William G. Morgan, has developed the first game of volleyball. At the time, Morgan dubbed the game "Mintonette". "Mintonette" was designed for business people as a game with less physical contact at the chapter of the YMCA, where he was in Holyoke, Massachusetts. Morgan borrowed aspects from several games for his game. The first appearance was in tennis, the constraint network. Instead of standard network, but is 6 feet 6 inches high, so it was just above the heads of average men. Other sports have borrowed are basketball, baseball and handball. During a demonstration game of sport, one of the spectators commented the game was more about volleying, the games and the name was changed to volleyball. This was only the beginning. In 1896, the first official game was played volleyball at Springfield College. This game signified the first real start - Sports, games, and has introduced more than be played in a different university. In 1900, Volleyball had taken, where a special ball was only for the game. Another performance in 1900 was reached that the YMCA has the sport by the United States to Canada, the East and the southe hemisphere. Five years later, Cuba volleyball. This was the spread, which meant the start of volleyball time. Unlike most sports, Volleyball moved Inteational in its infancy, so that the game, the player must have the whole world. In 1907, he received his first recognition Volleyball as one of the most popular sports games on the Convention of America. This was the first recognition of the sport and has contributed to its popularity. In the following ten years, the YMCA is helping to spread the sport in Brazil, Puerto Rico and Uruguay. In 1913, the first official Volleyball competition was held in the Far East Games. Volleyball in 1916 saw its first real development. In the Philippines, the SET and Spike offensive Pass was introduced, and the game was changed to this new form. The Filipinos developed the "bomba", which is to kill, and the names of the Hitter "bomber jackets". This year, the NCAA has been approved by the YMCA for the rules of the game, and has been in universities and other schools, as part of standard courses and physical education intramural programs. A year later, the scoring system was adjusted so that the game ended after 15 instead of 21 points. This means that more games will be played at the same time, in an effort to attend meetings a little 'shorter for the players. Three years later, in short, in 1919, the American Forces shipping donated 16,000 volley balls for the troops, the impetus for growth abroad. With this increased growth of the sport, the new rules have begun to develop. A year later, the three hits per side rule and the back row attack rules were introduced. Since 1928, players and fans of the sport realized that "official" touament rules and regulations are required. The United States Volleyball Association was founded, and the first in the United States - Open volleyball touament instead. The U. S. Open to teams who are not YMCA sanctioned to participate, an important step forward in time. This development has allowed sports enthusiasts to enjoy, but the game is the organization that created it. After 1928, the game of volleyball was changed forever. With the 'official' rules and a touament that is not deprived of the YMCA, the popularity of this sport would sky rocket. Man U. S. Open was held every year, with the exception of three years. 1943, 1944 and 1989, annual touaments, and not through wars and other obstacles. In 1934, there was another volley wide change through the recognition of official referees for the games. This change in particular drastically altered the calls and fair play. 1940 in several special events for Volleyball. Not only was the forearm pass in the game, the first world championship game was played Volleyball. It was during this time volley that saw the movement, the fruit, and teams from around the world will discover that it was the best. This has become an annual event, which for more publicity for the sport, which aided in its growth. During this period, more than 50 million people worldwide have played in over 60 different countries. In 1964, the volleyball is sufficient for an introduction to the Olympic Games. The first games were held in Tokyo, where a rubber carcass weight with skin panels for the ball. This ball was one that would, in most mode competitions. As part of the Olympic Games, Volleyball was allowed to grow until they have a place for itself as the second game played all over the world. Despite the high level of popularity, it was not until 1986 that Women's Professional Volleyball Association, or was the WPVA. With the growing interest in the formation of both sexes, was allowed to Pallavolo its full potential for popularity. Elementary, middle and high schools and colleges all invested into the game by providing courses of volleyball in physical education, so that the sport was in the majority of families from around the world. While still behind the popularity of soccer, volleyball has done very well for a game with roots so young.