Bulgarian outside hitter and one of the world’s best players, Matey Kaziyski, currently owns the world record with the fastest spike ever recorded by a male volleyball player according to an article published in La Gazzetta dello Sport’s weekly magazine SportWeek. BB hit the ball at 132km/hour which is faster than a water polo throw and a softball pitch.
The average speed of a volleyball spike in men's and women's competitive play ranges from 50 to 70 miles per hour. The fastest speed ever recorded is 82 mph, set by Bulgarian professional Matey Kaziyski.
Olympic Games. The average speed of a volleyball spike from men is most impressive at the Olympic beach or indoor level. Bulgaria’s Matey Kaziyski, for example, recorded a spike that reached 132 km/h, which is equivalent to 80.8 mph, in an international volleyball match in 2012. The average speed of an Olympic volleyball spike from men is roughly 70 to 80 mph.
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Lausanne, Switzerland, May 7, 2012 â€“ Data from a volleyball spike by Bulgariaâ€™s Matey Kaziyski registered at 132km/h, faster than a water polo throw and a softball pitch according to an article published in La Gazzetta dello Sportâ€™s weekly magazine SportWeek. Furthermore, the difference between shot power in menâ€™s and womenâ€™s volleyball players is one of the narrowest in world sport with Cubaâ€™s Yanelis Santos hitting 103 km/h, just a 29km/h difference.
Even the tallest volleyball player doesn’t spike that high. A full list of the tallest players is here. What we also remember him is his powerful serves. In the fastest one, he served 132.9 km/h (82.58 mph). It was during the Italian Cup game Trentino Volley – Bre Banca Cuneo in 2010 (31.01). Back then it came out to be the world record.
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Furthermore, the difference between shot power in men’s and women’s volleyball players is one of the narrowest in world sport with Cuba’s Yanelis Santos hitting 103 km/h, just a 29km/h difference. This is more than half the difference recorded in badminton, which notched up a 75km/h difference.