User:Osplace/Volleyball notability

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Volleyball[edit]

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Volleyball players are deemed notable if they meet any of the criteria below
  1. Has competed in the Olympics or senior World Championships
  2. Has won a medal at one of the following competitions: World Cup, World Grand Champions Cup, World League, World Grand Prix, Club World Championship, Goodwill Games, Pan American Games, Commonwealth Games, Asian Games, and any Senior Continental Championship
  3. Has won a gold medal at the senior level at any other major elite international event (e.g. the All-Africa Games, South American Games)
  4. Has won a medal at the Youth Olympic Games
  5. Has been inducted into a major hall of fame, such as the Volleyball Hall of Fame

To non-athletes associated with the sport (or athletes whose main claim to notability is non-athletic activity) the following criteria of notability apply:

  1. Coaches are assumed notable if they have coached at least one Olympic medalist, or World championship medalist
  2. Coaches are also assumed notable if they have been the official head coach of an Olympic or World Championship team.

Volleyball (second proposal)[edit]

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Volleyball players are deemed notable if they meet any of the criteria below
  1. Has competed in the Olympics, Paralympics or senior World Championships
  2. Has won a medal at one of the following competitions: World Cup, World Grand Champions Cup, World League, World Grand Prix, Club World Championship and Youth Olympic Games
  3. Has won a medal in Continental Games or any Senior Continental Championship
  4. Has won a gold medal at Regional Games
  5. Has been inducted into a major hall of fame, such as the Volleyball Hall of Fame

- Athletes who only participated in junior level competitions are not deemed notables To non-athletes associated with the sport (or athletes whose main claim to notability is non-athletic activity) the following criteria of notability apply:

  1. Coaches are assumed notable if they have coached at least one Olympic medalist, or World championship medalist
  2. Coaches are also assumed notable if they have been the official head coach of an Olympic or World Championship team.