Ecuavóley is a form of volleyball invented by Ecuadorians. It is not clear when it was founded, however, since 1943 the sport has spread to not only all over Ecuador, but also countries like Colombia, the United States, and even Spain. Ecuavóley is Ecuador’s own version of volleyball. It is practised all over Ecuador in neighbourhoods, streets and parks.
Ecua-volley is a variant of volleyball invented and played in Ecuador. Its official name is Ecuavoley, however it can be informally be called ecuavolley, ecuavoly, ecuabol, or simply boly. Its popularity has also spread to Colombians, the United States, and Europe.
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Ecuavoley, a variant of volleyball that is believed to have originated in Ecuador at the beginning of the 19th century, is a veritable social institution in the Andean nation.
The Ecuador women's national volleyball team represents Ecuador in international competitions in women's volleyball. The dominant forces in women's volleyball on the South American continent are Brazil and Peru .
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Ecuavóley — a variant of volleyball though the net is higher and played with three players, invented and played in Ecuador. Chaza - (also called pelota naciona or national ball) is a racquet sport like tennis and national sport of Ecuador. Ecuador's Sporting Success. Ecuador were also the runner-ups in the FIFA Club World Cup (2008)