We can’t wait to touch the real thing and get the feel of it. We adoration the new look and the administration is super aroused to see in on the court starting next year.

Per Mikasa Sports Japan :

The FIVB and Mikasa Corporation discovered the design of the brand-new “V2 00 W” indoor volleyball in a special service tonight, followed by a celebratory dinner hosted by the FIVB and Mikasa for all delegates attending the 36 th FIVB World Congress in Cancun, Mexico.

The V2 00 W features a perfectly balanced, 18 -panel aerodynamic pattern that improves ball campaign and applies participates greater assure. With enhanced visibility, the new indoor dance will optimise the quality of gambling and maximise thrill on the court.

The double-dimpled microfiber surface stabilises the flight path of the chunk and procreates added cushioned ball switch, whilst the anti-sweat functionality “Nano Balloon Silica” impedes the surface of the pellet from growing slippery during intense play-act. The missile exceeds the FIVB’s homologation standards and progressed rigid testing protocols, is currently conducting by conducting national crews and sororities over the last six months.

The V2 00 W will make its introduction at the 2019 FIVB Volleyball World Cup and supersedes the MVA2 00, which was firstly used at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in 2008.

Following the advertisement, FIVB President Dr Ary S. Graca F said 😛 TAGEND

“Mikasa has equipped equipment for the FIVB since volleyball was first included on the Olympic Programme at Tokyo’s first Olympic Games in 1964, and the V200W will be the brand-new FIVB official game ball. “Mikasa shares the FIVB’s vision for boasting innovation and I believe that our ongoing relationship will go from persuasivenes to strong as we move forward together.”

Mikasa President Yuji Saeki said 😛 TAGEND

“Our partnership with the FIVB has assembled a fundamental relationship for our organisation for many years, and I am delighted to launch the V200W, which will be seen and used around the world. “It is my hope that the FIVB and Mikasa will share many more future times like this.”


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