Sad news came from France, where he died one of the founders of the European Volleyball Confederation (CEV) Bernard Mos. He was 91. It was he, together with the Belgian max Vasterling, played a leading role in the creation of this organization (then called the European Commission volleyball) already back in 1963.
Bernard Mosh was Vice-President of the French volleyball Federation in the period from 1960 to 1965 and from 1965 to 1973 headed the Federation. At the same time he was a member of the National Olympic Committee of France.
It should be noted that his career Bernard Mosh began in 1947, playing for one of the volleyball cubes of Lyon. Subsequently, he was a coach and then President of the club until 1993.
Having gone on a holiday, Bernard Mosh often went to the volleyball matches. In particular, in June 2019 (at the age of 91 years), he was present in Cannes at one of the matches of the national team of France in the League of Nations, and in March this year just before the start of the quarantine associated with the pandemic coronavirus, he was again seen in the stands of the Cannes Palais des sports.
According to the materials of the CEV