Before we welcome the students, who have joined the academy for the 2022/23 academic year, we would like to say goodbye to the youngsters leaving the Pro Volley.
After the very first two years of Pro Volley Academy, the first student athletes (female and male) have completed their two-year cycle linking education and a professional volleyball training program.
In the academic year 2022, several players completed this phase of their lives. A number will continue at universities such as Nottingham, Essex and East London and a number will be taking a gap year and will focus on volleyball on work. Some players are staying in London and will represent the senior team in The Club IBB Polonia London with whom they played last season.
“Two years on from the start of the program and its initial successes the time has come to say farewell. Some are leaving school and will carry on their education. I have only had the pleasure of coaching and observing the student athletes for around a year and I have witnessed their development over this period. I am sure they have a long journey ahead of them as long as they don’t rest on their laurels. I hope that our youngsters will carry on training hard and work towards their dreams. I will keep my fingers crossed for them” concluded coach of IBB Polonia London and ProVolley Academy, Greg Niski.
The youngsters are moving on from Pro Volley, their teachers, coaches, and directors of IBB Polonia London Volleyball Club congratulate them for their exam results and wish them the best in their personal lives and sporting careers.
More about the Academy: https://provolley.london