U.S. men's volleyball qualifies for the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris
On Saturday, the U.S. men's volleyball team officially qualified for the 2024 Paris Olympics in an effort to bounce back from a dismal Olympic performance in the past.
The individuals won their first six matches in an eight-crew round-robin competition in Tokyo, securing a spot in the Olympics with one match remaining on Sunday.
They enter the 12-team Olympic competition the following year, led by the three-time Olympian opposite Matt Anderson and the two-time Olympian setter Micah Christenson.
The United States finished 2-3 at the closing Olympics in 2021 and was eliminated in group play for the first time since the Sydney Games.
The United States lost to eventual silver medalist Poland in the 2022 international championship quarterfinals.
The last two years, the people finished second in the yearly foreign countries league.
backing their ascent from seventh in the global rankings at the beginning of 2022 to second place right now after Poland.
Head training UCLA Since 2013 John Speraw has been the leader of the United States.
The American women officially registered last month to defend their Olympic crown in Paris.