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4 March 2012
Cairo, Egypt, March 4, 2012- The African Volleyball Confederation “CAVB” Beach Commission will meet on Monday in Cairo, Egypt to put the strategy of the beach volleyball activity in Africa this season. The meeting will be attended by CAVB President Dr Amr Elwani, CAVB Beach Commission president Ayaovi Babanawo, the beach activity supervisor form the Board Waithaka Kioni and the Beach Director Mrs May Alaa.
Among other issues to be discussed in the first meeting for the Beach Commission after its re structure following the CAVB Board meeting last month is to put the schedule and format for the African Beach Volleyball Cup for Youth and Junior to be held this year as a qualification process for the corresponding Youth and Junior World championships.
The qualification to the top world event in these two age categories will be through a zonal phase from which the top two youth and Junior teams of each of the seven zones will be qualified for the African Cup final “A total of 14 teams per gender”.
The qualified 14 teams will play the African cup finals “14 teams” and from which the top 6 will guarantee their berth to the World Championships.
The commission will also approve the CAVB ranking following the sub zonal and zonal phases of the CAVB Continental Cup as well as the finals of All Africa Games.
Finally the commission will approve the final dates of both men and women Continental Cup finals, the winner of which qualify directly to the 2012 London Olympic Games.
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