Practice ball appeared in professional volleyball official game? KOVO apologizes for “balls mixed”

The Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) officially apologized after it was confirmed belatedly that practice balls were used in an official professional volleyball V-League game.

On the 30th, KOVO issued an apology for using a practice ball during the game and said, “During the 3rd set match between IBK Industrial Bank and Pepper Savings Bank in the women’s division held on the 26th at the Hwaseong Gymnasium, a practice ball was used, not a game ball.” 온라인카지노

In official matches under the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB), including the V-League, it is a rule to use only five balls that have been signed by the match committee before the match. Six game balls (five used balls and one spare ball) of the same color, circumference, weight, and pressure are placed near the scorer’s table, and the balls are changed frequently.

KOVO said, “Before the game, the match ball was checked without any problems, and even the 1st and 2nd sets were used without any problems. Supply agent) had an accident where the match balls were mixed. Before the start of the 3rd set match, we figured out that we hadn’t been able to filter it out yet.”

The practice ball has the same shape and color as the game ball, but it is marked ‘for practice’ on the outside. This phrase written on the ball was clearly captured on the TV screen while Choi Jeong-min (IBK Industrial Bank) was preparing to serve in the middle of the third set, with IBK Industrial Bank leading 17-12. At that time, the home team IBK Industrial Bank beat Pepper Savings Bank with a set score of 3-0 (25-16, 25-19, 25-17).

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *