German Volleyball Association – Beach: U19 World Championship in Turkey



Annika Berndt (left) and Janine Uhl make their U19 World Cup debuts. Photo: Rock the Beach / Henning Anger
After having performed a number of European Championships in the Junior Division this season, the U19 World Championship is now following. For Germany there’s one ladies’s and one males’s staff in the principle discipline and one in qualifying. From 14 to 18 September, the youth will play in Turkey for the title of Under-19 World Champion 2022.


+++ Friday, September 16 – Main Draw +++

Pool B: Berndt/Uhl vs. Messi/Peter (USA)

Pool E: Wüst/Nissen vs Mazen/Anas (EGY)

Pool E: Wüst/Nissen vs. Camillo/Par (PAR)

+++ Thursday, September 15 – Main Draw +++

Berndt/Uhl vs. Martinez/Velasquez (BOL) 2-0 (21:13, 21:17)

Wüst/Nissen vs. Holting Nilsson/Ask (SWE) 0:2 (22:24, 18:21)

Berndt/Uhl vs Udovenko/Kalchenko (UKR) 2-0 (21:18, 21:15)

+++ Wednesday, September 14 – Qualification +++

  • Both groups did not make the leap from qualifying to the principle draw of the match. The Under-19 World Cup is over for Madhof/Meisser and Johanning/Sackermann.

Johanning/Sackerman vs. Lucas/Dudoo (BRA) 1:2 (21:16, 26:28, 13:15)

Madhof/Meeser vs. Koblizkova/Lajkebova (CZE) 1:2 (21:19, 19:21, 8:15)

Due to the worldwide pandemic, the ultimate U19 World Cup, initially scheduled for 2020, was postponed by a yr after which happened in Phuket, Thailand in 2021. Because the unique 2-yr rhythm needs to be maintained, the subsequent U19 World Cup will happen this fall.

The sport is performed with a 32-sturdy primary discipline, with 28 groups seeded immediately into the principle discipline, 20 in qualifying and sport 4 and beginning locations.


German Teams:

males ladies
peloton Haynes Nissen and Tamo Vusti Annika Berndt and Jen Uhly
Qualification Johann Johanning and Ole Sackerman Mariette Madhoff and Josephine Meiser



Johanning Johanning and Ole Sackermann with trainer Kersten Holthausen (center).

Johanning Johanning and Ole Sackermann with coach Kersten Holthausen (middle).

“Tamo Wurst and Hannes Nissen get alongside very effectively with one another and have already proven in a number of tournaments this yr that they will play at an excellent stage and discover good options, particularly in the tough phases, “Kersten Holthausen says of the junior staff. “We at all times need to set small objectives and attempt to present our greatest seashore volleyball, then we will beat all of the groups,” says the youth coach, assessing prospects in worldwide competitors.

Johann Johanning and Ole Sackermann grew to become U17 champions this yr, ending third in the Federal Cup winners, U18 DM and 2021 U16 champions. Internationally, he completed fifth in the 2022 WEVZA match in Lorca, Spain.

“Johann Johanning and Ole Sackermann must begin in qualifying. After a disappointing outcome on the U18 European Championship, this case creates a variety of stress. Above all, each should collect expertise and if attainable deal with the stress state of affairs themselves. Must clear up,” explains the coach concerning the qualifying staff. “Both can play excellent volleyball in phrases of construction, nevertheless it must be a bit totally different than Greece,” Kersten Holthausen compares with the U18 European Championship.


Meeret Maidhof and Josefine Meiser.  Photo: Detlef Gottwald

Meeret Maidhof and Josefine Meiser. Photo: Detlef Gottwald

Annika Berndt and Jan Uhl have already performed just a few tournaments collectively on the German Beach Tour this season. Individually, each have already had some success in junior tournaments. Jan Uhl grew to become U18 champion this yr and runner-up of U18 in 2021 and third in U18 championship. Annika Berndt grew to become U19 champion this yr and U18, U19 and U20 champion final yr.

Mareet Maidhof and Josefine Meiser began in the qualification for the U19 World Cup. This season they will already turn out to be Vice-U19 and Vice-U18 German champions and end second in the Cat 1 match.


Staff

Celebration
Jörg Ahmann head of delegation
Kirsten Holthausen bsp coach
Victoria Biennec supervisor
dan john youth nationwide coach
Julia Nosges physiotherapist


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