A quite surprising news came from the Turkish volleyball club Halkbank Ankara.
Current Efeler Ligi vice-champions said goodbye to their middle blocker Graham Vigrass. However, what came as a surprise, was that the Canadian player had decided to end his sports career. The starter of his country’s national team said that he was ending his international career in April. It turned out, however, that he decided to completely hang his shoes on a peg.
The 32-year-old player was the college champion in his homeland with the Calgary Dinos in 2010 and then started his professional career overseas in France, Tunisia, Turkey, Germany, and Poland. He won one Tunisian Cup, 2 German Championships, and one Turkish Super Cup. With the Canada National Team, he won the NORCECA Championship once, and was named Best Middle Blocker of the last edition of the FIVB World League, in 2017.