Im Volleyball wurde Regel 5 dahingehend überarbeitet, dass der libero entweder das Team oder den Kapitän des Spiels sein konnte.Die Kommission gelangte zu dem Schluß, daß, obwohl der libero häufig das Gericht betritt und verlässt, ebenso wie ein Teamkapitän in vielen Fällen, es keinen Grund gibt, den libero nicht zum Kapitän zu lassen.
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A libero is a defensive specialist position in indoor volleyball. The position was added to the game of indoor volleyball in 1999 along with a set of special rules for play in order to foster more digs and rallies and to make the game more exciting overall.
Volleyball has evolved over the years, and adding the libero position to the game is one of the most meaningful changes that’s happened in volleyball’s entire history. Once upon a time, back before 1998, volleyball was intense and physical, and very competitive.
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Volleyball Libero Tip 1 – Develop Footwork and Body Movement. Goal: As a Libero, you need to cover the entire back row on-court with your quick movement. You have to bend, stretch, kneel and fall to reach the ball before it touches the ground. So, you must develop your footwork, reflex action, and lightning speed movement.
Nineteen-year-old volleyball player and early childhood education major Victoria Espinoza was chosen as the CRC Hawks athlete of the week for the week of Sept. 20-26. Espinoza plays the position of libero or defensive specialist for the women’s volleyball team. “Whoever wears that libero jersey, they are a leader of the back row,” said 19-year-old...
JMU volleyball libero depth shines for the Dukes. Senior libero Savannah Marshall makes a dig in a three-set sweep over Towson on Nov. 6. In volleyball, defensive specialists are the first to contact the ball once it’s served into play. They steady the offense and determine whether the team will have a chance to score — the offense relies ...
Liberos only play in the back row and are often the pillar of the defense. If a team is struggling with receiving, they will often try to find a way to change their formation in order to give the libero more court to cover or direct the ball to the libero to improve their chances of receiving the ball well.