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GP: Algeria finished competition without winning set

by WoV
source: fivb.org; Photo: fivb.org

In their first FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix meeting, the women from the Dominican Republic swept Algeria in three quick sets 3-0 (25-11, 25-09, 25-08), ending both teams’ 2013 campaigns and leaving Algeria without a single point this year.

Dominican Republic team gathers during the match

Dominican Republic team gathers during the match

The Dominican Republic ends their 2013 campaign with 14 points, including five wins and three losses. Despite not making the finals, the Dominican Republic has reached a record five victories in a World Grand Prix edition. Previously, they recorded four wins in 2008.

Algeria did not win a set in any of their nine matches this year. The only other country to ever end a World Grand Prix run without winning a single set was Chinese Taipei in 2007 with nine defeats.

For more information related to this competition, read World Grand Prix 2013.

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