In which Olympic Games was volleyball first introduced as a sport?

Who invented the game of volleyball?

How did volleyball became a sport?

Volleyball history began in a town called Holyoke, Massachusetts in 1895. The sport was developed at the YMCA by William G. Morgan as an alternative for the older men that was less taxing than basketball. Originally called Mintonette, it took the net from tennis and took cues from basketball, baseball, and handball.

What is volleyball as a sport?

Volleyball is a non-invasive sports game of a net type where there are two competing teams of six members who control the ball with parts of their body. There are both offensive and defensive tasks and one game event may result in both winning and losing points.

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