An assistant coach for the Russian women’s volleyball team was punished for doing the slant-eyed gesture after an Olympics qualifying game. The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) banned 53-year-old Sergio Busato for three games for his racist act, reports Tucson. This came after the Korea Volleyball Association (KVA) filed a formal complaint against the coach to the FIVB.
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Closer look to trainings of USSR Women's team under #NikolayKarpol coaching. Karpol is famous for yelling at his players. According to his own statements he never insults players but only gives technical advice. Furthermore he says nobody ever left a hall because of his yelling but many people have left halls because of bad matches.
17-year-old Russian star Arina Fedorovtseva "might kill somebody" if she played against high school players, the coach of Team USA's women's volleyball team has warned after his side were heavily beaten at the Tokyo Olympic Games. The top-ranked side in the world were given a shock by the rampant Russians, losing 25-20, 25-12 and 25-19 as they slipped to their first defeat of the tournament.
If the current state of Russian volleyball tells us anything, it is that he did wonders for it. I remember a quote of his in response to a question about his yelling. He described it somewhat as theatre, saying that many people have left an arena because of bad volleyball, but none because of his rants.
Nikolay Karpol “ The Howling Bear”, (Russia) (Born on May 1, 1938). He was a Russian women’s volleyball coach. Karpol is one of the most experienced international volleyball coaches. Famous for yelling at his players all throughout matches and for organizing the game based on mathematical game theories.
If you’re like me, you probably know Nikolai Karpol as the Soviet/Russian women’s coach notorious for screaming at his teams. If you’ve read any of my posts about yelling, like this one, you know I’m not a big fan. From that perspective it’s hard for me to have a lot of respect for Karpol.
Sergei Anatolyevich Ovchinnikov ( Russian: Серге́й Анатольевич Овчинников; 25 January 1969 – 29 August 2012) was the head coach of the Russia's National Women Volleyball Team. He committed suicide three weeks after the team lost to Brazil at the 2012 Summer Olympics quarterfinals.
Karpol has become a cult figure to volleyball fans due to his personal coaching style. He is famous about loud time-outs and aggressive yelling at the players - and the very next moment his softer coaching style takes over again and he can have a warm smile on his face. Karpol's nickname is "The Howling Bear."
John is currently the Men's & Women's Head Volleyball Coach at Medaille College, as well as Global Director for Volleyball for Nation Academy (formerly Charleston Academy). His previous experience includes the college and university level in the US and UK, professional coaching in Sweden, and both coaching and club management at the Juniors level.
President of the All-Russian Volleyball Federation (VFV), Stanislav Shevchenko, said they will file an application to the Guinness World Records to register Karpol’s record. Taking the helm as the Uralochka head coach in 1969, Karpol led the club to 11 national championships during the Soviet era and to 14 wins in the Russian Championship.