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Bristot leads the Azzurri to the Under 18 European Championships in Georgia

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Bristot leads the Azzurri to the Under 18 European Championships in Georgia
Alessandro Bristot

Italy is at work at the Pavesi federal center in Milan, then it will leave for Tbilisi, where it will be involved in the continental review from 9 to 17 July.

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There is also the Sedicense Alessandro Bristot in the list of fourteen blue athletes called up by the coach Michele Zanin for the European Under 18 men’s volleyball championships in Tbilisi, Georgia. The list of those selected was released after the Wevza international tournament, which Bristot and his teammates finished in third place in the standings behind France and Belgium.

In these hours, the Under 18 national team is at work at the Pavesi federal center in Milan. At the end of these three days of training, athletes and staff will leave for Tbilisi, Georgia, where they will be engaged for the European category from 9 to 17 July.

Italy has been included in Pool II and in the first phase they will face Germany, Poland, Greece, Slovenia and Bulgaria. Pool I will instead see the hosts of Georgia take the field against Serbia, the Czech Republic, France, Belgium and Finland.

This is the list of the fourteen athletes called up by the coach Michele Zanin: Tommaso Barotto, Pietro Bonisoli, Daniele Carpita and Giacomo Selleri (Diavoli Rosa); Alessandro Bristot and Marco Fedrici (Trentino Volley); Filippelli Mattia and Luca Pozzebon (Volley Treviso); Diego Frascio (Dinamo Pall. Bellaria Ig. Mar.); Lorenzo Magliano and Gioele Taiwo (Volleyball Milan); Pardo Mati (Invicta Volley Ball); Federico Miraglia (Volley Leverano); Flavio Morazzini (CDP Fenice Roma Volleyball).

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The staff will be composed of Michele Zanin (first coach), Moreno Traviglia (second coach), Francesco Piccioni (assistant coach), Marco Ceccacci (athletic trainer), Lucio D’Antonio (doctor), Maira Di Vagno (physiotherapist), Annalisa Pinto (scoutman) and Alessio Di Iorio (team manager).

Meanwhile, on Sunday, the Azzurrini’s adventure at the Wevza tournament ended with a nice 3-0 victory (25-19, 25-15, 25-19) against the Netherlands. Bristot, on that last occasion, was called into question from the bench and scored two points. Overall, there were three wins for Italy, all 3-0, against Spain, Germany and the Netherlands, and two defeats, the first against Belgium (3-0), the second against France (3-0 ). This is the final classification: 1. France, 2. Belgium, 3. Italy, 4. Spain, 5. Germany, 6. Holland.

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