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U21 World Championship on the horizon for Canada

Canada’s men’s team for the 21st edition of the FIVB Volleyball Men’s U21 World Championship is training in Slovenia before competing in Sofia, Bulgaria.

U21 World Championship on the horizon for Canada

September 13, 2021:  Canada’s men’s team for the 21st edition of the FIVB Volleyball Men’s U21 World Championship is training in Maribor, Slovenia, from September 13 to 21 before competing in Sofia, Bulgaria, from Sept. 23 to Oct 3. Canada will be in Pool D with Russia, Brazil and Cameroon.

The age-group World Championship tournament will be held in Italy and Bulgaria from 23 September to 3 October 2021. Players must be born on or after January 01, 2001.

FIVB web site: www.fivb.com

Live stream: info TBA

Roster:
Steven Abrams, Georgetown, ON
Chris Byam, Bow Island, AB
Samuel Cooper, Hamilton, ON
Michael Donovan, London, ON
Cole Duncanson, St. Catharines, ON
Mathias Elser, Calgary, AB
Cole Ketrzynski, Toronto, ON
Darian Koskie, Winnipeg, MB
Jonathan Pickett, Wiarton, ON
Jonathan Portelance, La Prairie, QC
Cory Schoenherr, Waterloo, ON
Erik Siksna, Markham, ON
James Vincett, Calgary, AB
Jackson Young, Etobicoke, ON

Staff:
Ryan Marsden – Head Coach
Ian Eibbitt – Assistant Coach
Gabriel deGroot – Assistant Coach
Mélanie Desrochers – Team Manager
Jovana Smoljanic – Sport Physiotherapist
Lionel Bonnaure – Performance Analyst
Wes Chen – Team Coordinator

Volleyball Canada media contact:
Jackie Skender
Mobile: 613.794.7676

Photo: Steven Latino


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