Who found volleyball?
William G. Morgan (1870-1942) was born in New York, USA. He was the Director of Physical Education at the Young Man Christian League (YMCA).
Why did they find volleyball?
Mr Morgan was looking for a game that was less violent and intense than basketball (popular and new sports that older people are capable of
Where was volleyball invented?
Holyoke (Massachusetts State)  How did they find volleyball
Morgan's own experiences and training methods The idea of the net was borrowed from the game of tennis The net was raised above the average person's height (6 feet 6 inches or 1.98 m) The company, AG Spaldings and Bros. were commissioned to make a sphere with rubber inner tube and leather covering of 25-27 inches (63.5-68.6 cm and 9-12 bits in weight) (252-336 grams) Volleyball was originally called Mintonette, but in the first demonstration game that was held before the YMCA Physical Education Directorship in 1896, Professor Alfred T. Halstead observed the ball at Unique Volleyball Action adjusted while playing and propose to rename the game again after the visual nature of the church agreed to the name of the Volley Ball name that later in 1952 the US Volleyball Association voted. Volleyball Spreads Worldwide
Gameplay has spread through Canada's (1900) Asian Youth, South America, Europe and Africa Christian Youth Associations (19659002) and other volleyball history, such as tournaments and techniques , please visit www.summaryofhistoryinvolleyball.blogspot.com
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