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Serbia, Turkey, Slovenia and Brazil on Winning Streak at Girls’ U18 Volleyball World Championship

As the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) blog reports, the Serbian, Turkish, Slovenian and Brazilian under-18 girls’ national volleyball teams showed outstanding results on the weekend of July 27-28, some with a perfect win-loss ratio. Full stats and results are available and regularly updated on the Federation's website.

Within the teams having the perfect win- loss ratio 2-0, Serbia have became the only team in the tournament who didn't drop a set to lead pool A. Poland leads pool B but with 5 points as they had a tiebreak win yesterday. Brazil and Slovenia conduct pool C and Turkey Pool D.

[...] Again Pool C was the only pool having two leaders with 6 points each after both Brazil and Slovenia securing the second win against Algeria and USA respectively.

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