Bulgarian outside hitter and one of the world’s best players, Matey Kaziyski, currently owns the world record with the fastest spike ever recorded by a male volleyball player according to an article published in La Gazzetta dello Sport’s weekly magazine SportWeek. BB hit the ball at 132km/hour which is faster than a water polo throw and a softball pitch.
The list was made by the famous volleyball forum „Inside VolleyCountry“ and includes official data from the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) for both active and retired players. If you have any suggestions regarding the list or you think numbers are wrong, feel free to leave a comment! Highest Volleyball Spike Touches – Men. 1.
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Canadian volleyball player Sharone Vernon-Evans recorded a spike-hit height of 12’6.5″ (382 cm) at the National Training Center in Gatinearu this week, which is believed to be the second-highest touch in the history of the sport. And he’s just 18 years old. Vernon-Evans’ jump is just 2 cm below the touch of legendary Cuban volleyballer Leonel Marshall, who touched at 384cm.
How fast can a volleyball spike go? The average speed of a volleyball spike in men’s and women’s competitive play ranges from 50 to 70 miles per hour. The fastest speed ever recorded is 82 mph, set by Bulgarian professional Matey Kaziyski. What is the fastest spike in mens volleyball? Santos holds the fastest volleyball spike recorded, at 103 km/h (64 mph).
The record for the most people controlling volleyballs is 299 and was achieved by the people of Taiwan, at YungShin Sports Park, in Taichung County, Taiwan, on 2 October 2008. The participants controlled the ball for at least 10 seconds.
Bulgarian outside hitter Matey Kaziyski, currently owns the world record with thefastest spike everrecorded by a male volleyball player. Kayziski also holds the record for the fastest serve ever recorded. The serve was calculated to be travelling at 132 km hour at its fastest point.
The average speed of a volleyball spike in men's and women's competitive play ranges from 50 to 70 miles per hour. The fastest speed ever recorded is 82 mph, set by Bulgarian professional Matey Kaziyski. what is the hardest hit in volleyball?
Even the tallest volleyball player doesn’t spike that high. A full list of the tallest players is here. What we also remember him is his powerful serves. In the fastest one, he served 132.9 km/h (82.58 mph). It was during the Italian Cup game Trentino Volley – Bre Banca Cuneo in 2010 (31.01). Back then it came out to be the world record.