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From Zero to Hero Developing Volleyball in Brazil. Prof. Newton Santos Vianna Junior, M. Sc. Brazilian Volleyball Federation CBV - Confederação Brasileira de Voleibol. Brazilian Volleyball . ?. Hero. Zero. Integration of Education and Sports . Level National State Municipal.

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From Zero to Hero

Developing Volleyball in Brazil

Prof. Newton Santos Vianna Junior, M. Sc.

Brazilian Volleyball Federation

CBV - Confederação Brasileira de Voleibol

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Integration of Education and Sports

Level

National

State

Municipal

Ministry of Education

Ministry of Sports

National Federation

Olympic

Committee

Secretary of Education

Secretary of Sports

State Federation

Secretary of Education

Secretary of Sports

Schools

Clubs

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Until 1970 to 1990 to 2000

1970 1990 2000 on

Schools

Private

Public

Clubs

Small

Big

Brazil

Brazilian Volleyball

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2006

Qualifying = 1.000.000 students

2.700 students (12-14) from 670 schools in 25 states

2.700 students (15-17) from 632 schools in 24 states

2000 census = 22 million teenagers (12-17)

Brazilian Students Games

JEB´s

2006 15 a 17 anos - Brasília-DF e

12 a 14 anos - Poços de Caldas-MG

2005 Brasília - DF

2004 Brasília - DF

2003 Brasília - DF

2002 OLIMPÍADAS COLEGIAL

2001 OLIMPÍADAS COLEGIAL 

2000 OLIMPÍADAS COLEGIAL

1999 Não Realizado

1998 JOGOS DA JUVENTUDE

1997 JOGOS DA JUVENTUDE

1996 JOGOS DA JUVENTUDE

1995 JOGOS DA JUVENTUDE

1994 FOZ DO IGUAÇU - PR

1993 RECIFE - PE

1992 BLUMENAU - SC

1991 PRESIDENTE PRUDENTE - SP

1990 BRASÍLIA - DF

1989 BRASÍLIA - DF

1988 SÃO LUÍS - MA

1987 CAMPO GRANDE - MT

1986 VITÓRIA - ES

1985 SÃO PAULO - SP

1984 BRASÍLIA - DF

1983 BRASÍLIA - DF

1982 BRASÍLIA - DF

1981 BRASÍLIA - DF

1980  (CEBS)

1979 BRASÍLIA - DF

1978  (CEBS)

1977 BRASÍLIA - DF

1976 PORTO ALEGRE - RS

1975 BRASÍLIA - DF

1974 CAMPINAS - SP

1973 BRASÍLIA - DF

1972 MACEIÓ - AL

1971 BELO HORIZONTE - MG

1970 CURITIBA - PR

1969 NITERÓI - RJ 

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Discovery of Talent in Sport

Tests > 1999 to 2007 = 8.456 athletes (13-17)

Volleyball > 43 Boys and 5 Girls

Athlete Scholarship (per month)

Student = U$ 150 (1st to 3rd or 24 best)

National = U$ 370 (1st to 3rd last event or ranking)

International = U$ 750 (1st to 3rd in World, Pan-American or South American games)

Olympic = U$ 1.250 (participant in the last Olympic Games)

Brazilian Students Athletes

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School

Clubs

Brazil

Small Teams

Medium Teams

Top Teams

National

Team

School

Teams

Private

School

Teams

Public

Brazilian Sport Structure

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Before

Today

Sports

school

Federated

school

Club

Sports

Programs

Club

Private school

Public school

Schools and Clubs

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Clubs

Coaches prepare PE students to work as new coaches

PE Students > work in schools (public)

From schools > Athletes in clubs

$ teachers= ? , learning classes, CV or just the knowledge

Social Programs

Programs train PE students to work with volleyball

Centers are created in different areas (schools, parks, companies, clubs, real estates, churches, etc.)

From the Program > Athletes in clubs

$ teachers= companies, government, social funds

Sports Programs

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Contribution of CBV to the volleyball in schools

Through VivaVolei Program with centers in the schools or in the neighborhood. When counties, with sports programs in school, initiate VivaVolei they insert our activities in the program developed by the schools, adopting our methodology.

The impact of VivaVolei in public schools is evident. Reporting, from school teachers and principals, about the transformation of the students, related to: better behavior, more attention to health aspects, better relationship with family members and commitment in study.

VivaVolei Institute

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VivaVolei Institute

VivaVolei is a project of initiation in volleyball to develop education and social aspects of boys and girls, from 7 to 14 years old, through sports.

This project began in 1998 from CBV, creating the VivaVôlei Institute (OSCIP) to run the project.

This project is supported by UNESCO

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Historical background

1998 - Presented after BRA x RUS - 120 kids (8-12)

- Officially released in a public school in RJ

- 3 centers > + 4 centers, in RJ

1999 - 50 centers in 10 states

2000 - New goals > business approach

2003 - UNESCO support > Institute Viva Volei

- ISO 9000/2000 certification from NBR

2007 - > 95 centers in 15 states (75.000 children)

2008 - Goals > 100 centers > 100.000 children

VivaVolei Institute

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VivaVolei Institute

  • The VivaVôlei Institute is responsible for:
    • - more than 95 centers of Mini-Volleyball.
    • - the material, supervising, supporting and training the coaches.
  • This institute is present in all Brazilian regions, working with around 75,000 kids and adolescence of underprivileged communities, in 15 states in Brazil.
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VivaVolei Institute

  • Main Goals
    • Work with underprivileged communities in Brazil.
    • Promote education and social aspects through sports.
    • Reduce school evasion.
    • Promote social insertion and integration.
    • Keep children and adolescents away from drugs and crime, learning moral and values through sports.
    • Teach and open volleyball to all levels of society (democracy) in Brazil.
    • Develop volleyball in schools, clubs and other places.
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1- How the program is sustained.

By the financial support of the sponsors that become responsible for maintain and implement the Centers they support.

It is also important to emphasize the counterpart of the counties, were Centers work, that authorize the use of public places (parks, squares, areas) and also allow their school teachers to work as coaches in the Centers.

VivaVolei Institute

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2- Organizational Structure.

VivaVolei is a unit of CBV with a staff responsible for managing and maintaining Centers, through the supervision of equipment, methodology of practices, planning and divulgence of activities, capacitating the teachers/coaches, through a selection of these professionals and constant evaluation.

VivaVolei Institute

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3-Operating Budgets.

VivaVolei Unit, in CBV, has an operating budget that is periodically evaluated by the high administration of CBV and revised by CBV superintendence every 3 months. Its goals are to allow each Center to become self-sufficient and the provided resources can only be used in the development and maintenance of each Center.

VivaVolei Institute

2004 - ME > U$ 1.000.000 to this social project

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Sponsors

Scania Veículos

Prefeitura de Niterói

Prefeitura Municipal de Itaboraí

Prefeitura de Rio das Ostras

Prefeitura Municipal de Saquarema

Prefeitura Municipal de Campinas 

Prefeitura Municipal de Pirituba

Governo de Manaus

Colégio e Instituto Batista Americano

Fundação da Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional

Dentsply Serviços

Instituto de Atividades Inclusivas

Instituto Percepções

Hospital Pró-Cardíaco

Rodovia das Cataratas

On Line Sports Aeegho

Unimed Assis

Conmedh Saúde

Serviço de Assistência Médica de Resende e Plano Médico de Resende

VivaVolei Institute

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Future

Increase the number of Centers and children in the program.

Consolidate the partnership with private companies through state and federal tax incentives.

VivaVolei Institute

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Mini-Volleyball

Groups (ages)

7-8 , 9-10 , 11-12 and 13-14.

Class

24 athletes (boys and girls).

60 minutes

Teams

4 athletes > 3 playing + 1 change in the service.

Frequency

2 or 3 / week

Program Characteristics

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Kit VivaVolei

3 mini nets

4 posts

24 balls

50 jackets

12 lines

1 Banner

Program Characteristics

Instructor 2 Athlete 48

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Athletes Development

7-8

9-10

11-12

13-14

  • Fun
  • Fundamentals
  • Techniques
  • Basic Tactics
  • Systems
  • Rules
  • Setting and attack
  • Overhead service
  • 40% warm up and fun
  • 40% fundamentals
  • 20% games
  • Motor learning
  • Movements
  • Tactics
  • Systems
  • Team work
  • Spike and block
  • 30% warm up and fun
  • 40% fundamentals
  • 30% games
  • Motor development
  • Techniques
  • Tactics
  • Systems
  • Team work
  • 40% warm up and fun
  • 40% fundamentals
  • 20% games
  • Fun
  • General movements
  • Catch and throw
  • Overhead and underhand pass
  • Underhand service
  • 50% warm up and fun
  • 40% fundamentals
  • 10% games
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Age

Net

Female

Net

Male

Tactical System

Until 12

2,10 m

2,20 m

6x6 - set position 3

12 - 13

2,15 m

2,25 m

6x6 - set position 3

14

2,20 m

2,30 m

Free - but 5x1 is

not allowed

15

2,20 m

2,35 m

Free

16 - 17

2,24 m

2,43 m

Free

18-19-20

2,24 m

2,43 m

Free

21 on

2,24 m

2,43 m

Free

Brazilian Volleyball

Specific Regulations in the Championship - MG

Libero => 15

years old

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Brazilian Volleyball

10/2006 05/2007Difference

Registered Coaches 2.684 2.727 43

Registered Athletes 97.830 99.471 1.641

2006 Total Male Female

National competitions

Teams 173 90 83

Athletes 2.384 1.248 1.136

Foreign competitions

Athletes 268 163 105

National Team

Brazilian League 17 7 10

Other Country 14 11 3

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Volleyball Development Center

The VDC-S is located in Saquarema City, with an area of 108.000 m2,

only one hour from Rio de Janeiro City.

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Volleyball Coaches

  • Coach Level (CBV Register)
  • -Registered in the CREF (Regional Council of PE)
  • -PE course (University) = CBV / FIVB courses
    • National
      • Level I = Initiation
      • Level II = Until 14 years old
      • Level III = All ages
      • Level IV = Plan and run programs
      • Level V = Honor Title (World Champion)
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Thank You

World League

Grand Prix

Prof. Newton Santos Vianna Junior, M. Sc.

E-mail = newtonviannajr@superig.com.br

MSN = newtonviannajr@hotmail.com