Volleyball in Alberta has benefited from its worldwide connections. Hear how the sport’s extensive international community helped local players, coaches and officials (and how Canadians are now giving back).
When Volleyball entered gym classes - it was a tipping point for the sport in Alberta. Hear how elementary, junior, senior high schools along with college and universities fostered volleyball, as only they could.
Tough calls needed to be made as volleyball’s popularity surged in Alberta. Hear from two long-time referees in the sport, Marilyn Bratton and Harold Mori, on the three key local developments in officiating the game.
Start the van, pack the balls and nets, Volleyball is going on a road trip to small town Alberta. Hear how the sport was transported all across the province in the 1980s and 90s with a simple but innovative concept.
Volleyball rules have grown and changed over the years. Well-respected volleyball official, Harold Mori watched this evolution first-hand right here in the province. He counts down the Top 5 rule changes from the early days of the sport in Alberta.
At the start of volleyball in Alberta, the game didn’t appeal to most men—leaving space for women to give it a go. Hear why that didn’t last and how the sport evolved to play to both male and female strengths.
Not an office or a conference room but a kitchen table—that’s where volleyball in Alberta first got organized. Find out how it went from there to where it is now, with a full-time staff, an official office and many programs.
Meet the people who lived and loved volleyball to its place today as a popular sport in Alberta. Together the 15 key players will tell the story of how volleyball grew up in Western Canada, on this 10-part series.