Volleyball for beginners. Part one. The game

United Kingdom, 1968

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Comments on the rise in popularity of volleyball since it became an Olympic sport. The National Volleyball Team demonstrates the basic techniques: positions on court, volleying, heading practice, service, receiving and spiking. The importance of teamwork and drills for improving reactions are shown and a short game is played.

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