USA Volleyball's Summer Magazine Available Online
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (July 18, 2013) – The Summer 2013 digital edition of VolleyballUSA, the official magazine of USA Volleyball, is now available. The issue cover story is on Karch Kiraly and John Speraw taking over as the head coaches for the U.S. Women’s and Men’s National Volleyball Teams, respectively.
To access the digital issue with bonus content via the Internet, click here. The login information for the digital edition is printed on the mailing label of the printed version received in the mail (only print subscribers have access to the digital edition and bonus content).
To access the free Apple app for iPad or iPhone users, click here and use the print edition’s username located in the mailing label in place of the box for email address. The password remains the same for both Internet and Apple app versions.
The Summer 2013 issue includes 64 pages for the printed edition with eight additional digital-only pages. The cover story on Kiraly and Speraw provides a back-and-forth conversation on a number of topics in both the printed and digital issue. As a bonus in the digital edition only, the pair answers additional questions not available in the print edition via video interviews. If you want to know more about the coaches, their backgrounds, coaching philosophies, etc., this article is a must read for both the young and adult volleyball players.
Other magazine articles include Hugh McCutcheon giving insight into potential new volleyball playing rules that the FIVB is investigating, previews of the U.S. Men’s and Women’s National Volleyball Teams, information on the World Series of Beach Volleyball that is coupled with the first FIVB Beach Volleyball Grand Slam event to take place in the United States in the last 10 years and a feature on the new beach partnership of Jake Gibb and Casey Patterson, a conversation with Summer Ross.
Other article features include a spotlight on what Caren Kemner is doing now, Kevin Twohig earning USA Volleyball’s highest honor in the Frier Award, reviews of both the NCAA Men’s Volleyball Championships and the AVCA Collegiate Sand Volleyball Championships, and expert advice on five ways to become a better teammate.
Among the recurring content includes Kiraly’s blog, nutrition tips, debut of the “Ask an Olympian” section where Facebook fans pose questions to U.S. Olympians, the On the Radar section highlighting USA Volleyball High Performance pipeline athletes, a CAP II article on developing setters and USA Volleyball CEO Doug Beal’s column highlighting the many accomplishments of the late Dave Williams.
The supplemental digital issue, which is available to current print subscribers via the Internet or Apple app, offers highlights on the USA Volleyball Open National Championships through results and photos. In addition, U.S. Women’s National Volleyball Team opposite Juliann Faucette is spotlighted as she recorded her first single this past spring. The digital content also captures on video Faucette singing the National Anthem prior to a Red-Blue scrimmage this spring.
If you are not a current subscriber and would like to subscribe to the quarterly publication for $10 (U.S. addresses), click here.
USA Volleyball welcomes magazine article suggestions and comments, which can be directed to VolleyballUSALetters@usav.org.