A former University of Oklahoma volleyball player is suing the school and her ex-coaches, alleging she was labeled a racist because of her politically conservative views.
A Serbian volleyball player has been banned for two matches after making a racist gesture during a game against Thailand last week.
“Last Thursday at our home volleyball game versus Washington High School, the EHS Student section engaged in fan behavior unbecoming of our high school or our community. EHS students directed derogatory comments towards opposing players, coaches, and fans, barked at opposing players, yelled at officials, failed to wear masks, and failed to follow the directions of school officials.
A member of the Serbian national volleyball team has come under fire for making a racist gesture while playing Thailand. The incident occurred during Tuesday’s match in the FIVB Volleyball Women’s Nations League, which took place in Italy.
A volleyball match in the Nations League is making waves after a Serbian volleyball player made a gesture many considered racist during a game with the Thai team. Sanja Djurdjevic was signalling her teammates during the match when she tugged on the corner of her eyes, narrowing them into a gesture that has often been used as a racist jab at Asian people.
Local News. Racial and transphobic slurs brought a South Burlington-Burlington girls’ volleyball game to a sudden stop last week. “I’ve been an athletic director for eight years now,” Michael Jabour, who oversees sports at South Burlington High School, told VTDigger. “And verbal abuse that student-athletes face has been very ...
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