Japan Canada etc.
46 million people play in the US.
Volleyball is awesome I play it and I know that the whole school admires the team they cheer us on at every game. VOLLEYBALL IS THE BEST SPORT EVER!!!!!!
every country exept lao thai and much more and mexico
you must play soccer
Canada = very easy.
Well they play sports like us such as volleyball, football and all others
England and France
Canada is the only other country that celebrates Thanksgiving besides the US. However, they do not have Thanksgiving on the same day as US as it is celebrated on October 8.
China, Japan, and Italy
They all do (many pay a much higher percentage than the US).
Tornadoes occur in other countries besides the US. However, the US heartland has ideal conditions for tornadoes.
Because volleyball is a lot of fun, and people must like to play it!! Volleyball is a skilled sport and is a joy to watch. It is very athletic and can be super competive or just recreational. There is indoor and beach volleyball so it can be played all year round. It is fun for girls and boys.
Besides the US, the armies of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Australia.
Bahamas Jamaica Panama
Every single country besides the US. Only the US has NASCAR, the rest of the world does F1 and F2
People in Holland play the same kind of sports as we do here in the US. They play basketball, volleyball, baseball, and soccer.
All countries get tornadoes, and in fact the United States does not get many more tornadoes per square mile per year than many countries do.
The US and the UK play the most ten pin bowling.
football, basketball, baseball, tennis, cycling, badmitton, volleyball,
I am a famous Volleyball player and so is Mr. Meadows.
Spain and the Dutch Republic (Holland).
Almost all countries can get tornadoes, though they are more common in some than in others. A fee countries besides the U.S. with high tornado activity include Canada, Australia, Bangladesh, South Africa, and Argentina.
There is no "official" national standard for volleyballs in the US, as there is no known professional volleyball league in the US. Most volleyball regulations are governed by FIVB (The Federation Internationale de Volleyball), who regulates international play and sets standards for the Olympic precursors and events.The size of volleyballs used at the high school level in the US is regulated by state, federation, division, and district standards. The one caveat within these is that all volleyballs for high school and middle school play must carry the NFHS (National Federation of High Schools) stamp.