Bangkok, Thailand, January 19, 2022 – In-form Dushanbe Number 5 Sport School stamped their authority over the FORMULA 55 Senior Men’s Volleyball Championship, which was organised by Tajikistan Volleyball Federation from January 13 to 18, 2022 at University of Physical Education Gymnasium in Dushanbe, capital city of Tajikistan.
A total of 12 teams strutted their stuff in the six-day competition, splitting into two pools of six teams apiece for the pool round-robin preliminaries.
At the end of the preliminaries, top two teams from each pool advanced to the semifinals which saw Dushanbe Number 5 Sport School through to the final following their 3-0 demolition of Polytechnic University and determined Slavic University of Russia and Tajikistan put it past fighting Physical Education University 3-2.
In the final showdown, Dushanbe Number 5 Sport School remained in superb form to pull off a scintillating 3-0 victory over Slavic University of Russia and Tajikistan to eventually capture the title, while Slavic University of Russia and Tajikistan picked up silver.
Polytechnic University had to be content with bronze medal as they proved a cut above Physical Education University to completely end the rivals’ determined challenge in straight sets in the third-place playoff.
Dushanbe Number 5 Sport School Director Mr Qodirov Zaydullo, FORMULA 55 Dushanbe Office Manager Mr Bahrom Podchaev R and Tajikistan Volleyball Federation Technical Vice President Mr Bozorboev Rustam jointly presided over the awards presentation and closing ceremony.
Dushanbe Number 5 Sport School landed the Champions’ Trophy and gold medal, while Slavic University of Russia and Tajikistan claimed silver and Polytechnic University finished third place to take bronze medal.
Individually, Okimbekov Komron from Slavic University of Russia and Tajikistan won the Most Valuable Player award, Yorzoda Sharif took the Best Outside Hitter, Boymatov Odil from Physical Education University claimed the Best Scorer, Niyozov Manucher from Dushanbe Number 5 Sport School took the Best Setter. The Best Middle Blocker Award went to Gulomaliev Yodghorjon from Polytechnic University, with Rustanzoda Muhsin from Slavic University of Russia and Tajikistan winning the Best Server and Shosufzoda Jonmahmad from Polytechnic University the Best Libero.
The Tajikistan Sports TV televised matches live and also tape-recorded some matches for future broadcasting.
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