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Canadian „Superman“ Bramwell makes one of the best ever volleyball single-game scoring displays

by WoV
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Those who followed volleyball news really closely in the past couple of years have heard of Terrel Bramwell, a 28-year-old Canadian opposite hitter. Mostly due to his incredible vertical jump.



A 28-year-old Bramwell has a 3.70m vertical jump which is amazing knowing that he is 1.88m tall. He was not explored much in Canada national team, being summoned only occasionally. On a club level, he has been competing in some exotic leagues such as Thai last season or Lebanese this season.

Well, yesterday, Bramwell set the new single-game scoring record in the Lebanese national championship (the 1st Division – Lebanese Alfa Championship 2019 regular season). He scored 54 points (43 kills, 11 aces) playing for the team Riseleh Sarafand against Qnat (3-1). Thus, Bramwell broke the record of 48 points that was set by the Hungarian Krisztián Pádár in 2017 while he competed for Tannourine.

Check out the updated list of the highest single-game scoring performances in volleyball.


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