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The 2011 Women’s European Volleyball League Final Four was held in İstanbul, Turkey on 15/16 July. In Final Four teams were Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Serbia and host Turkey. Serbia is the champion of Final Four.
This was the third competition of Final Four and Serbia won all competitions.
In the first day of Final Four Serbia and the Czech Republic opened tournament of the semis on 15 July at 17:00 (Turkish Time). Serbia won first set of match 25-18, second set 25-17 and final set 25-22 and won this match 3-0. It was the first finalist.
Bulgaria and Turkey played the second match at 19:30. (Turkish Time) Turkey won the first set 25-18, second set 25-21, and final set 25-18 and won the match 3-0. Turkey was other finalist of Final Four.
In second day of Final Four Czech Republic and Bulgaria played the match for 3rd place at 16:30. (Turkish Time) Bulgaria played successfully and won the sets 25-21, 28-26, 25-23 and won the match 3-0. Bulgaria was became third in the tournament. Bulgaria won the bronze medal.
Serbia and Turkey played final match of Final Four at 19:00. (Turkish Time) Serbia started very good and beginning of first set it took some important points. Turkey tried to do some attacks but Serbia won first set 25-17. Second set was very competitive. Turkey started successfully in this set but Turkey did some mistakes in this set and Serbia won it 25-21. Third set was the most competitive game in this match and Turkey and Serbia played very good. Serbia won this set 25-23 and won the match 3-0. With this score Turkey was second and won the silver medal and Serbia was first and won the gold medal of Final Four.
After the match successful volleyball players took own medals. In Final Four, the most successful volleyball player and the best spiker is Jovana Brakoceviç from Serbia, the best servicer Eda Erdem from Turkey, the best freeman is Gizem Güreşen from Turkey, the best cuff is Sanko Barborkova from Czech Repuclic, the best setter is Maja Ognjenovic from Serbia and finally, the best scorer is Helena Havelkova from Czech Repuclic.
Finally, teams took their medals once the award ceremony took place. On the other hand, Serbia won the right to participate in Grand Prix because of its success.
Courtesy of http://www.ossrb.org