Norwegian duo Anneš Müls and Brazilian Eduard Lisbou / Ana Patricia Ramusa won this year’s World Volleyball Championships in Rome on Sunday.
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Mules / Serums, who were sown with the eighth number in the tournament, defeated the Brazilians Rināt Karvaļi / Vitoras Felipi (12th) in the final with the result 2-0 (21:15, 21:16).
The Norwegians have now added the highest forging award for the world championship to the title of Olympic champion and four gold medals at the European Championships.
In the bronze match, the Brazilians Andre Loyola / Georges Vanderley (5th) 2-1 (15:21, 21:17, 15:11) prevailed over the Americans Chaim Shalk / Theodore Bruner (19th).
In the final of the women’s tournament, Eduard Lisbou / Anna Patricia Ramusa (2nd) played Canadian Sofia Bukovec / Brandy Wilkerson (20th) 2-0 (21:17, 21:19).
For Duda / Patricia, this is the first title of world champion in the adult competition, but she once won five gold medals in the youth championship.
In the bronze match, the German Svenja Miller / Zinnia Tilman (16th) was 16:21, 7:10 ahead of the Swiss Joan Heidrich / Anuk Verge-Depre (22nd) in the second set. The Swiss duo could not finish the match due to Heidrich’s injury, so the Germans won the bronze.
It has already been reported that Tīna Graudiņa / Anastasija Kravčenoka stopped in the eighth final, but Aleksandrs Samoilovs / Jānis Šmēdiņš did not win the first round of the elimination tournament.
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