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FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Finals

FIVB beach volleyball world tour finals

Sun, Fun and Retail in Rome at the Beach Volleyball World Tour Finals

EVENT: FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Finals
DATE: 28th August-8th September 2019
HOST: FIVB
VENUE: Rome, Italy
CLIENT: Legends
OUR SERVICES: Internal Event Retail Shop Design, Build, Installation and Fit-out; Branding; Retail Displays

ABOUT THE FIVB BEACH VOLLEYBALL WORLD TOUR FINALS
The Beach Volleyball World Tour is the worldwide professional beach volleyball tour for both men and women organised by the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB). The World Tour was introduced for men in 1989 while the women first competed in 1992.

The 2019 World Tour Finals attracted 63 men’s and 55 women’s teams from 28 countries.

Winning the World Tour is considered to be one of the highest honours in international beach volleyball.

CUBE’S INVOLVEMENT
Cube delivered the internal fitout and branding for two event retail stores for the event.

WHAT WE DID
The Cube team designed, installed and removed the internal shop fit for two event retail stores, one measuring 8m x 8m, the other 8m x 4m. Using Cube’s on-event retail system, we managed the shop build process on-site for both units before handing the shops over to our client for retailing during the event. Cube also managed the pop-up shops’ build and de-rig, pre and post event.

RESULTS

2019 FIVB World Tour Finals – Men
Champions – Viacheslav Krasilnikov (RUS) & Oleg Stoyanovskiy (RUS)
Runners Up – Julius Thole (GER) & Clemens Wickler (GER)
Third Place – Anders Mol (NOR) & Christian Sørum (NOR)
Fourth Place – Taylor Crabb (USA) & Jake Gibb (USA)

2019 FIVB World Tour Finals – Women
Champions – Margareta Kozuch (GER) & Laura Ludwig (GER)
Runners Up – Ágatha Bednarczuk (BRA) & Eduarda Lisboa (BRA)
Third Place – Rebecca Cavalcante (BRA) & Ana Patrícia Ramos (BRA)
Fourth Place – Joana Heidrich (SUI) & Anouk Vergé-Dépré (SUI)