The United States falls even further – Webb Woolley

Brazil solidified itself in second place in the women’s world ranking by defeating the United States by 3 sets to 1 in the Nations League (VNL) this Friday (17/5). In addition to conceding more than 20 points to the opponent they had overtaken the day before, the Seleção saw the Americans fall to fourth place.

This round was also bad for China, losing to Canada and losing two places (now in seventh place). The Canadians, on the other hand, joined the battle with the Netherlands for a berth at Paris-2024.

check it out Current FIVB Ranking,

1 – Türkiye: 390.00 points (in Paris-24)
2 – Brazil: 363.19 (in Paris-24)
3 – Serbia: 344.93 (-24 in Paris)
4 – United States: 343.11 (in Paris-24)
5 – Poland: 341.02 (Paris-24)
6 – Italy: 333.13
7 – China: 328.69
8 – Japan: 323.20
9 – Dominican Republic: 305.61 (Paris-24)
10 – Netherlands: 289.31
11 – Canada: 286.92
12 – Germany: 227.86
13 – Thailand: 217.28
14 – Belgium: 199.57
15 – Puerto Rico: 177.67
16 – Argentina: 177.17
17 – France: 177.42 (Paris-24)

See what the FIVB rankings were like before the start of the VNL:

1 – Turkey: 397.46 points (in Paris-24)
2 – United States: 358.62 (Paris-24)
3 – Brazil: 352.55 (-24 in Paris)
4 – Serbia: 350.86 (-24 in Paris)
5 – Italy: 338.97
6 – China: 329.65
7 – Poland: 327.89 (-24 in Paris)
8 – Dominican Republic: 308.86 (-24 in Paris)
9 – Japan: 305.09
10 – Netherlands: 287.94
11 – Canada: 265.66
12 – Germany: 228.36
13 – Thailand: 222.00
14 – Belgium: 199.57
15 – France: 184.99 (Paris-24)

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