Report 2010

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2010

PRESIDENT REPORT


NORCECA VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION Activities Report 2010 By Lic. Cristobal Marte Hoffiz NORCECA´s President

We have the privilege of presenting the following 2010 Activities Report of the NORCECA Volleyball Confederation, as well as, the presentation of the updated competition calendars for the years 2011 to 2014, Regional, Continental, Intercontinental and International Events, that received the support from NORCECA´s staff, technical and support personnel, in order to ensure the organization of the events according to the FIVB Regulations.


NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

Refereeing Commission

Press & Media Commission

Legal Commission

During 2010, NORCECA held all its Commission Meetings as programmed in NORCECA Headquarters. NORCECA´s Sport Organizing Commission, Refereeing, Beach Volleyball, Development Technical & Coaches, Medical, Press, Marketing, Legal, Volleyball Information System (VIS) and Finance Commission, all held their meetings in the city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic as scheduled. NORCECA Headquarters continue to update its modern facility for its administration, equipped with the latest technology available and sufficient office space to serve comfortably and host the annual Executive Committee, Board of Administration and Commission Meetings. Today NORCECA permanent staff counts with a total of 16 members, complying with NORCECA Organizational and Operational Charts.

Beach Volleyball Commission

Medical Commission


NORCECA`S ORGANISATIONAL & OPERATIONAL CHART NATIONAL FEDERATION COORDINATOR MRS. ARATEIDE CACERES

EXTERNAL AUDITORS

BEACH VOLLEYBALL DEPARTMENT

FINANCIAL MANAGER

ING. MARTA CENTENO VICE PRESIDENT IN CHARGE OF B/V MR. ARNALDO SANCHEZ DIRECTOR OF COMPETITIONS LICDA. INDHIRA RAMIREZ COORDINATOR

NORCECA SECRETARIAT MRS. PAMELA ABREU MRS. WALKIRIA VALDEZ MS. NOELIA MARTINEZ MS. GLEISI TATIS

CONFEDERATION PRESS OFFICER DR. ROOSEVELT COMARAZAMY INFO. TECNOLOGY / VIS & INTERNET MR. CAYACOA MOQUETE MARKETING & SPONSORSHIP MRS. ZULLY SARABIA SUPPORT PERSONAL & STAFF MR. DENNY CESPEDES MR. CARLOS GUZMAN

AFECAVOL ZONE

SPORT ORGANIZING MC.SAUL CASTRO VERDUGO PRESIDENT

FINANCE MR. JESÚS PRIETO CPA PRESIDENT

ERNST & YOUNG

NORCECA CONGRESS NORCECA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE / BOARD ADMINISTRATION

PRESIDENT MR. CRISTOBAL MARTE HOFFIZ SECRETARY GENERAL JOSE LUIS JIMENEZ LAO EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR PROF. NELSON RAMIREZ

LIC. OLGA RIVAS CPA

INTERNAL ACCOUNTANT

LIC. MIGUELINA MARTINEZ, CPA Lic. CORNELIA MARTINEZ

SPORTS EVENTS

Ms. CHRISSY BENZ Mr. HUMBERTO PAGAN Mr. RAMON A. GARCIA

TECHNICAL

PROF. BEATO MIGUEL CRUZ PROF. JUSTO MORALES

DEVELOPMENT

CENTRAL ZONE

MR. MUSHTAQUE MOHAMMED PROF. EUGENIO GEORGE

LEGAL ADVISOR

CAZOVA ZONE

DR. GIOVANNI GAUTREAUX

ECVA ZONE COMMISSIONS MARKETING MRS. ZULLY SARABIA PRESIDENT

PRESS AND MASS MEDIA LICDA. LISSET RICARDO PRESIDENT

REFEREEING PROF.JOSE R. PEREZ VENTO PRESIDENT

BEACH VOLLEYBALL MR. ARNALDO SANCHEZ PRESIDENT

LEGAL COMMISSION DR. GIOVANNI GAUTREAUX PRESIDENT

STATISTICS & VIS COMMISSION ING. JUDITH SANDINO PRESIDENT

TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT AND COACHES MR. EUGENIO GEORGE L. PRESIDENT MEDICAL COMMISSION DR. ANDRES PIÑA PRESIDENT


NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

Sr. Cristóbal MARTE HOFFIZ (DOM) President

MC. Saul CASTRO VERDUGO (MEX) 1st. Executive Vice-President

Prof.José Luis JIMÉNEZ (CRC) General Secretary

Ing. Marta CENTENO de SAJCHÉ (GUA) Vice-President Central America

Dr. Douglas BEAL (USA) 2nd. Executive Vice-President

Board of Administration Members:

Mustaque MOHAMMED (TRI) Vice-President Carribean

Mr. Hugh WONG (CAN) Vice-President North America

Mr. Glenn QUINLAN (SKT) President ECVA ZONE

Mr. Jesus PRIETO (PUR)

Treasurer

Lic. Angel IGLESIAS (CUB) Ing. Bertha CUADRA CUADRA (NIC) Mr. Rupert SORHAINDO (DMA) Ing. Nelson Perez (PUR)

Honorary Members Ing. Jacques JOACHIM (HAI) Mr. Edgar ALVARADO (CRC)


NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

Executive Director Prof. Nelson Jose RAMIREZ (DOM)

Referees Coordinator (President) Prof. José R. PEREZ VENTO (PUR)

Financial Manager Lic. Olga RIVAS (DOM)

Referees Coordinator Prof. José SANLER (CUB)

Internal Accountant Lic. Miguelina MARTINEZ, Cpa (DOM)

Norceca Press Officer Dr. Roosevelt COMARAZAMY (DOM)

Legal Advisor Dr. Giovanni GAUTREAUX (DOM)

Info. Tecnology / Vis & Internet Mr. Cayacoa MOQUETE (DOM)


NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

National Federation Coordinator Mrs. Arateide CACERES (DOM)

Vice President In Charge Of B/V Mr. Arnaldo SANCHEZ (PUR)

Sport Events Coordinator Ms. Chrissy Benz (CAN)

Beach Volleyball Coordinator Licda. Indhira RAMIREZ (DOM)

Sport Events Ramon A. GARCIA (DOM)

Sport Events Humberto PAGAN (PUR)

Marketing & Sponsorship Mrs. Zully SARABIA (GUA)


NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

Finances 2010 Finance Commission Meeting received from NORCECA´s Finance Department the Internal 2009 Finance Report, being reviewed by the Commission Members and remitted, after its approval, to our external auditors Ernst & Young, for the final audit to be performed on NORCECA’s 2009 Financial Statement and Accounts. We must outline that during the 2010 NORCECA’s Budget was strictly followed, that NORCECA affiliated National Federations complied with the payment of their affiliation fees and that all competitions were developed according to the foreseen budget registration. NORCECA`S income allowed to increase a special reserve in order to assist, financially, NORCECA’s Caribbean and Central American affiliated National Federations Development Programs, to host the Regional Caribbean and Central American Youth and Junior Championships, as well as, to host the FIVB Beach Volleyball Continental Cup.


2010 INCOMES

NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION 35,000,000.00

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6. BANK INTERESTS

3. CHAMPIONSHIPS, TOURNAMENTS, EVENTS &

7. FIVB CONTINENTAL BEACH VOLLEYBALL CUP

ACTIVITIES 4. PUBLICITY & MARKETING RIGHTS

ALLOWANCE 8. OTHER INCOMES


2010 OPERATIONAL EXPENSES

NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION 10,000,000.00 9,000,000.00

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8. DEPRECIATION AND BANK CHARGES 9. ACCOMODATION, FOOD, PER DIEM, TRAVELING, EXPENSES AND TRANSPORTATION 10. EXTERNAL AUDIT SERVICES 11. REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTRE 12. 4TH BEACH VOLLEYBALL CIRCUIT 13. OTHER EXPENSES


NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

NORCECA Website & Newsletters The website of NORCECA was redesigned in 2010 in order to highlight the newest information from archived news. Also a new slide-show section with the best images of our events has been displayed, as well as a screen for the streaming video. These modifications have enhanced the image of NORCECA and also contributed to present a more accessible way to follow our competitions as well as, the events held by the FIVB and the other Confederations. It was a record year for NORCECA press releases and newsletters again, as 582 news releases were posted on our website and 105 electronic newsletters were distributed. The huge total of 687 press info, surpassed the 651 of the previous year when 19 World Championship Qualification Tournaments took place around our Confederation.


NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION A multi-annual contract agreement has been engaged by NORCECA with Sport Court International that will allow NORCECA to distribute 7 Sport Court floors per year among the Category I and II National Federations. Also, the contract agreement engaged by NORCECA with Media Sports TV, a leading pay-per-view TV Broadcaster and internet streaming company, continues to enhance the promotion of volleyball in America and worldwide.

The Molten Corporation contract was renewed for four more years, increasing the amount of volleyball and beach volleyball equipment to be distributed among NORCECA´s National Federations. All of NORCECA’s major volleyball and beach volleyball events will be available to be downloaded by internet, creating an opportunity to be enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of internet viewers.


NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

TELEVISION AND INTERNET COVERAGE 2010

600

590 hours

500

From NORCECA´S Competitions 360 matches were Broadcasted during the season

400 300 200 100 0

237 hours

Live Delayed


NORCECA’s Regional Associations NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION NORCECA's continuous support and assistance to the Central American National Federation Association, AFECAVOL, to the Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association, CAZOVA, to the Eastern Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association, ECVA, and to the CENTRAL ZONE, has well paid off allowing the organization of all scheduled competitions as well as their General Assemblies. Also, a Development Program has been implemented since the start of 2008 in order to ensure the technical and competition level of those National Federations that constitute today the Central American National Federation Association, AFECAVOL, the Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association, CAZOVA and the Eastern Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association, ECVA. To achieve this important goal NORCECA is assisting with the organization of seminars and courses, as well as, to provide financial assistance for the organization of youth and junior regional competitions and tournaments.



Development NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

VI Clinic for School Volleyball Teachers This Clinic was organized on February 20, 2010, with the participation of 65 School Volleyball Teachers. In this important Clinic were as instructors the members of the NORCECA Coaches and Technical Commission, on the occasion of their meeting held in NORCECA Confederation on February 19,2010. EUGENIO GEORGE JOHN KESSEL  FRANCISCO CRUZ ISRAEL GARCIAS RENE QUINTANA JUSTO MORALES BEATO CRUZ MARK TENNANT

CUB USA CUB PUR NIC CUB DOM CAN


Development NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

International Beach Volleyball Informatics System (BVIS) Course This Course was held for first time in Dominican Republic FIVB Regional Development Center, on March 11-15, 2010. This successful course was directed by the BVIS Instructor, Mrs. Claudia Laciga, from Brazil, with the participation of representative from: 1) PUERTO RICO

10)NICARAGUA 2)BELIZE 11)ST. LUCIA 3)GUATEMALA 12)MEXICO 4)HONDURAS 13)JAMAICA 5)VENEZUELA 14)CURACAO 6) El SALVADOR 15)ENGLAND 7)ANTIGUA & BARBUDA 16)UNITED STATES 8)BAHAMAS 17)DOMINICAN REP. 9)HAITI 18)ST. VINCENT


Development NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

International Coaches Course Level III For the third time NORCECA organized an International Level III Coaches Course, with the participation of Coaches from Mexico, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Jamaica, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, Bahamas and Dominican Republic. This important Course was held on September 04, 2010, under the direction of Prof. Carlos Diaz Bancalari from Argentina and Prof. Argelio Hernandez from Cuba.


Development NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

FIVB, Medical Seminar for Anti Doping Officers For first time in the FIVB, together with the WADA, World Anti-doping Agency, NORCECA Confederation and The Regional Development Volleyball Center in the Dominican Republic, was organized the first Seminar for the accreditation of anti-doping officers. held from September 29 - October 1, 2010, with participants from different countries of Norceca such as: Haiti, Cuba, El Salvador, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Mexico, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Dominican Republic. This important Seminar will allow that the National Federation affiliated to NORCECA Confederation have necessary knowledge regarding anti-doping control.


Development NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

International Coaches Course Level II This important Course was held from November 24 to December 06, having as instructors, Prof. Gilberto Herrera, from Cuba, Prof. Alejandro Arconada, from Argentina and Prof. Jorge Perez Vento, from Cuba. 35 coaches from different Countries participated: Grenada, Honduras, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Peru, Dutch St. Maarten, Mexico, Haiti, Jamaica, Cuba, US Virgin Island , St. Vincent and El Salvador. This course was one of the most successful Courses held.


Development NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

National Federation Technical Assistance Program The NORCECA Confederation with the Development Center has started a Technical Assistance program available to all National Federation category I and II having as

Instructors Prof. Justo Morales and Prof. Juan Cartagena. This Technical and Development Program included the participation of: Trinidad & Tobago, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Bermudas, Belize and Panama


Development NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

A multi-annual contract agreement has been engaged by NORCECA with Sport Court International that will allow NORCECA to distribute 7 Sport Court floors per year among the Category I and II National Federations.

Guatemala

Anguilla

Jamaica



2010 Caribbean Boy’s Youth Volleyball Championship Tournament Willemstad, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles 14th January to 18th January 2010

Final Ranking 1.- Curacao 2.-Barbados 3.-Trinidad & Tobago


2010 NORCECA Boy’s Youth Continental Championship, U-19 April 4-12, 2010, Guadalajara, Mexico

Final Ranking 1.-Cuba 2.-USA

3.-Puerto Rico 4.-Mexico 5.-Guatemala

6.-Dominican Republic 7.-Canada 8.-Costa Rica 9.-Curacao


2010 ECVA Men’s U-21 Championship St. John, Antigua April 29 to May 2, 2010

Final Ranking 1.-St. Lucia 2.-St. Vincent 3.-French St. Martin 4.-St. Eustatius

5.-Antigua


2010 Girl’s Youth Continental Championship, U-18 Guatemala City, Guatemala April 25 – May 3, 2010

Final Ranking 1.-United States 2.-Mexico 3.-Puerto Rico 4.-Dominican Republic 5.-Costa Rica 6.-Guatemala

7.-Canada 8.-Trinidad & Tobago 9.-El Salvador 10.-Jamaica


V Men’s Pan-American Cup 2010

May 22 to 30, 2010, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Final Ranking 1-United States 2-Argentina 3-Puerto Rico 4-Brazil 5-Canada 6- Dominican Republic 7-Mexico

8-Colombia 9-Venezuela


IX Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup 2010 June 16-27, 2010, Baja California, Mexico

Final Ranking 1-Dominican Republic 2-Peru 3-United States 4-Cuba 5-Argentina

6-Puerto Rico 7-Canada 8-Brazil 9-MĂŠxico 10-Trinidad & Tobago 11-Costa Rica



2010 ECVA Women’s Volleyball Championship Gross Islet, St. Lucia, 23-28 June, 2010

Final Ranking 1.-Saint. Kitts 2.-Dominica 3.-Saint. Lucia 4.-Antigua & Barbudas


Norceca Women’s Junior U-20 Continental Championship 2010 July 3-11 Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

Final Ranking 1.-United States 2-Dominican Republic

3-Cuba 4-Mexico 5-Puerto Rico 6-Canada 7-Costa Rica

8-El Salvador 9-Trinidad & Tobago 10-Guadeloupe


XXI Central American and Caribbean Games 2010 July 17-28, 2010



XXI Central American and Caribbean Games 2010 July 17-28, 2010



XIII Men & Women Caribbean Volleyball Championships Tournament 2010 Women´s Final Ranking Paramaribo, Suriname, 6th August to 16th August, 2010 Men´s Final Ranking 1.-Trinidad and Tobago 2-Barbados 3-Bahamas 4- Guadeloupe 5-Suriname

6-Jamaica 7-Netherlands Antilles

1.-Trinidad and Tobago 2-Suriname 3-Barbados 4-US Virgin Islands 5-Jamaica 6-Netherlands Antilles 7-Bahamas 8- Dominica


2010 NORCECA U-21 Junior Men’s Championship Gatineau, CANADA, August 16-21

Final Ranking 1-United States 2- Canada 3- Puerto Rico 4- Cuba

5- Dominican Republic 6- Mexico 7- Guatemala 8- Honduras 9- Martinique 10-Trinidad & Tobago 11- St. Lucia


NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN VOLLEYBALL CONFEDERATION

Puerto Rico qualify for first World League in history The series was played against Portugal in the Roberto Clemente Coliseum in San Juan and against China was held in the coliseum Manuel 'Flask' Iguina in the city of Arecibo to secure their place in the 2011 FIVB World League, the first time the country has qualified for the tournament. Both series were played to an average of 8,000 fans per game with wide media coverage and live television satellite company, DirecTV.

For the first time in its history, Puerto Rico will compete against 15 of the best teams in the world as China were eliminated from the annual competition for the first time since 2005.


XVI Men's Central American Volleyball Cup 2010 El Salvador, September 13-19, 2010 Final Ranking 1.-Costa Rica 2.-El Salvador 3.-Guatemala 4.-Honduras 5.-Panama 6.-Belize 7.-Nicaragua


ECVA Senior Men’s Volleyball Championships 2010 Tortola 23rd – 26th September, 2010

Final Ranking

1.-Saint. Lucia 2.-Dominica 3.-Saint. Kitts 4.-Antigua & Barbudas


Women’s Final Four Cup 2010 September 21-25, Chiapas, Mexico

Final Ranking 1-Dominican Republic

2-Peru 3-Argentina

4-Mexico


XVI Women’s Central American Volleyball Cup 2010 PANAMA CITY, Panama, November 26 - December 5, 2010

Final Ranking 1-Costa Rica 2-Panama 3.-Nicaragua 4-Guatemala 5-El Salvador 6-Honduras 7.-Belize


North, Central America and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation

VOLLEYBALL ACTIVITIES 2010


Cayman Islands-Beach Tournament March 17-22 FINAL RANKING (Women)

#

Country

Flag

1

PUERTO RICO

2

USA

3

MEXICO

4

CANADA

5

COSTA RICA

6

GUATEMALA

7

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

8

CAYMAN ISLANDS

9

SAINT KITTS

FINAL RANKING (Men) #

Country

Flag

1

CANADA

2

PUERTO RICO

3

USA

4

JAMAICA

5

EL SALVADOR

6

GUATEMALA

7

ARUBA

8

CAYMAN ISLANDS

9

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

10

SAINT KITTS


San Salvador, El Salvador, March 26-28 FINAL RANKING (Women)

FINAL RANKING (Men)

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#

Country

Flag

Country

Flag

1

USA

1

MEXICO

2

CUBA

2

USA

3

PUERTO RICO

3

CUBA

4

GUATEMALA

4

CANADA

5

EL SALVADOR

5

DOMINICAN REP.

6

DOMINICAN REP.

6

JAMAICA

7

COSTA RICA

7

PUERTO RICO

8

NICARAGUA

8

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

9

SAINT LUCIA

9

EL SALVADOR

10

HONDURAS

10

HONDURAS

11

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

11

COSTA RICA

12

BELIZE

13

SAINT KITTS

14

NICARAGUA

15

GUATEMALA


Boca Chica, Dominican Republic March 1-4 FINAL RANKING (Women)

FINAL RANKING (Men)

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#

Country

Flag

Country

Flag

1

PUERTO RICO

1

MEXICO

2

CUBA

2

CUBA

3

COSTA RICA

3

DOMINICAN REP.

4

USA

4

PUERTO RICO

5

GUATEMALA

5

USA

6

EL SALVADOR

6

EL SALVADOR

7

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

7

GUATEMALA

8

DOMINICAN REP.

8

COSTA RICA

9

JAMAICA

9

JAMAICA

10

CAYMAN ISLANDS

10

CAYMAN ISLANDS

11

SAINT KITTS

11

SAINT KITTS

12

NICARAGUA

13

SAINT LUCIA


Guatemala, April 8-11 FINAL RANKING (Women)

FINAL RANKING (Men)

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Country

Flag

Country

Flag

1

CANADA

1

CUBA

2

CUBA

2

CANADA

3

GUATEMALA

3

USA

4

COSTA RICA

4

JAMAICA

5

DOMINICAN. REP

5

DOMINICAN REP.

6

EL SALVADOR

6

COSTA RICA

7

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

7

PUERTO RICO

8

JAMAICA

8

EL SALVADOR

9

SAINT LUCIA

9

GUATEMALA

10

CAYMAN ISLAND

11

HONDURAS

12

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

13

SAINT KITTS

14

SAINT LUCIA

15

BELIZE


Chiapas, Mexico, May 13-16 FINAL RANKING (Women)

#

Country

Flag

1

PUERTO RICO

2

CUBA

3

CANADA

4

GUATEMALA

5

COSTA RICA

6

USA

7

MEXICO

8

CAYMAN ISLAND

9

NICARAGUA

FINAL RANKING (Men) #

Country

Flag

1

CUBA

2

MEXICO

3

USA

4

CANADA

5

PUERTO RICO

6

COSTA RICA

7

NICARAGUA

8

GUATEMALA

9

CAYMAN ISLAND

10

COSTA RICA


Boquer贸n, Puerto Rico July 8-11 FINAL RANKING (Men) #

Country

Flag

1

MEXICO

2

COSTA RICA

3

PUERTO RICO

FINAL RANKING (Women)

4

CANADA

#

5

DOMINICAN REP.

1

CANADA

6

USA

2

PUERTO RICO

7

GUATEMALA

3

USA

8

EL SALVADOR

4

MEXICO

9

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

5

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

6

DOMINICAN REP.

7

GUATEMALA

8

COSTA RICA

9

JAMAICA

10

Country

Flag

BARBADOS


XXI Central American and Caribbean Games July 23-27, 2010

FINAL RANKING (Men)

#

Flag

Country

1

VENEZUELA

2

MEXICO

3

PUERTO RICO

4

DOMINICAN REP.

5

EL SALVADOR

6

COSTA RICA

7

JAMAICA

8

GUATEMALA

9

HONDURAS

10

SAINT KITTS

11

NICARAGUA

12

CAYMAN ISLAND

13

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

14

SAINT LUCIA


XXI Central American and Caribbean Games July 23-27, 2010

FINAL RANKING (Women)

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Flag

Country

1

MEXICO

2

PUERTO RICO

3

COLOMBIA

4

COSTA RICA

5

GUATEMALA

6

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

7

DOMINICAN REP.

8

EL SALVADOR

9

BARBADOS

10

JAMAICA

11

SAINT KITTS

12

NICARAGUA

13

SAINT LUCIA


CHULA VISTA, California, USA August 27-29 FINAL RANKING (Women) #

Country

Flag

1

PUERTO RICO

2

USA

3

COSTA RICA

4

GUATEMALA

FINAL RANKING (Men) #

Country

Flag

1

MEXICO

2

PUERTO RICO

3

USA

4

COSTA RICA

5

EL SALVADOR

6

GUATEMALA


TIJUANA, BC, México September 22-27

FINAL RANKING (Women) #

Country

Flag

FINAL RANKING (Men)

1

MEXICO

#

Country

2

PUERTO RICO

1

MEXICO

3

COSTA RICA

2

CUBA

4

CUBA

3

USA

5

USA

4

PUERTO RICO

6

CANADA

5

CANADA

7

GUATEMALA

6

COSTA RICA

7

ARUBA

8

GUATEMALA

Flag


MANZANILLO, México

September 29- October 4 FINAL RANKING (Women) #

Country

Flag

1

CUBA

2

MEXICO

3

PUERTO RICO

4

CANADA

5

GUATEMALA

6

COSTA RICA

FINAL RANKING (Men) #

Country

Flag

1

MEXICO

2

CANADA

3

CUBA

4

PUERTO RICO

5

GUATEMALA

6

ARUBA


PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico, October 13-16 FINAL RANKING (Women) #

Country

Flag

1

PUERTO RICO

2

CANADA

3

MEXICO

4

USA

5

CUBA

6

GUATEMALA

7

COSTA RICA

FINAL RANKING (Men) #

Country

Flag

1

CUBA

2

MEXICO

3

USA

4

GUATEMALA

5

CANADA

6

PUERTO RICO



ST. JOHN’S, Antigua 19 -21 November, 2010

Final Ranking (Men) 1.-Saint. Lucia 2.-Saint. Kitts 3.-Antigua & Barbudas 4.-Dominica


ST. JOHN’S, Antigua 19 -21 November, 2010

Final Ranking (Women) 1.-Saint. Kitts 2.-Saint. Lucia

3.-Dominica 4.-Antigua & Barbudas


CHAGUANAS, Trinidad & Tobago 19-21 December, 2010

Women´s Final Ranking 1-Trinidad and Tobago 2-Barbados 3- Curacao 4-Jamaica


CHAGUANAS, Trinidad & Tobago 19-21 December, 2010

Final Ranking (Men) 1-Bahamas

2-Trinidad and Tobago 3-Barbados 4-Jamaica


MONTELIMAR, Nicaragua January 28-30, 2011

MEN´s Final Ranking

1-COSTA RICA 2-GUATEMALA 3-NICARAGUA 4-EL SALVADOR


MONTELIMAR, Nicaragua January 28-30, 2011

WOMEN´s Final Ranking 1-COSTA RICA 2-PANAMA 3-GUATEMALA 4-EL SALVADOR


North, Central America and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation

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FIVB Regional Development Center in Dominican Republic The seed of Beach Volleyball continue to spread around NORCECA

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, October 19, 2010 – Coaches from 12 countries took part in a Beach Volleyball Course at the FIVB Regional Development Center in Dominican Republic that concluded on Monday. The course under the direction of FIVB Instructor Hayden Jones, focused not only in the development of the skills for the game but also on how to develop a beach volleyball program at the grass-root level. The participants came from Costa Rica, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Montserrat, Nicaragua, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos, USA and U.S. Virgin Islands. “They were very enthusiastic and displayed strong desire to increase their knowledge of the game,” Jones commented. “Now they can coach and develop the sport in their respective countries.” Jones explained that the instructions were “half theory and half practice” and praised the staff of the Development Center and NORCECA Confederation. “They did a fantastic job with the organization of the course,” he said. “They were well prepared and help me to ensure the course was successful.”


Teams of Barbados crowned at Sizzlin Sand SunSplash BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, November 7, 2010 - Two new champions were crowned as the curtain came down on the 7th annual Sizzlin Sand Barbados SunSplash Sunday November 7th on Brandons beach. Barbados’ Elwyn Oxley and Gregory Gill, the number 1 ranked team for the men's category, completed an unbeaten run for the entire tournament when they defeated the number 3 seeded team of Sean Morrison and Nolan Tash of Trinidad and Tobago 21-19, 21-16 in the final. Playing in front of a large crowd both teams entertained spectators on hand with an exciting display of beach volleyball in the highly competitive game. In the semifinals, Tash/Morrison defeated compatriots Fabian Whitfield/Daniel Williams 22-20, 21-13 while Gill/Oxley defeated Jamaicans Mark Lewis/Andre McLean 21-19, 21-16. The men’s bronze medal went to Whitfield/Williams who won 22-20, 21-13 against Lewis/McLean. In the all-Barbados ladies final, first time entrants Shari Mathews/Anicia Wood dream run ended with the second place medal. They were defeated in straight sets by the experience pair of Karen Sutherland/Maxine James 21-11, 21-12. In the semifinals, Sutherland/James beat Anthazia Mason/Julia Lewis 21-18, 21-16 while Mathews/Wood defeated Sharon Bovell/Mona Crawford 21-16, 21-9. Bovell/Crawford won the bronze medal with a three-set victory (21-19, 19-21, 1512).


Costa Rica and Nicaragua top Central American Open

MONTELIMAR, Nicaragua, November 7, 2010 – Nicaragua and Costa Rica claimed the gold medals at the Barcelo Montelimar Beach Volleyball Central American Open played during the weekend under sunny skies and excellent conditions. The Nicaraguan pair of Danny Lopez and Gerald Umaña won the men’s title after a 22-20, 21-16 victory over Costa Rica’s Jose and Jonathan Suarez in a close and well fought match decided when the local duo pressed with their offense and played great defense. The women’s title went to Costa Rica when the pair of Heidy Valverde and Paola Cruz defeated compatriots Katerine Quezada and Rosario Joya by score of 2220, 21-13. In the semifinals, Honduras’ Hyxe Napky-Claudia Elvir lost to Quezada and Joya while Nicaragua’s Lollete Rodríguez and Valeska Hernández couldn’t stop Valverde and Cruz.


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