The 2022 edition of the Volleyball Women's Club World Champs was a spectacle from start to finish with six of the top clubs in the world in action from Wednesday to Sunday in Antalya, Türkiye. Enjoy these images from the tournament.


Winners in 2015 and 2016, Eczacibasi Dynavit Istanbul made a big impression in the opening match of the competition as they defeated Dentil Praia Clube of Brazil in straight sets


Serbian world champion Tijana Boskovic was her team's top scorer with 20 points, including three aces


In the second match on Wednesday, reigning world champions VakifBank Spor Kulubu claimed another victory for a Turkish club as they defeated Kuanysh Club of Kazakhstan, led by star opposite Paola Egonu


Dutch middle blocker Nika Daalderop contributed 10 points to her team's victory


Day 2 started with a victory for Prosecco Doc Imoco Conegliano built on 24 points by Isabelle Haak


On the other side of the net, Dentil Praia Clube middle Carol fought for survival in the pool, but without success


The second match on Thursday was a battle between reigning champs VakifBank and Brazil's Gerdau Minas, with the second set extended to 26-24


For the second time in the tournament, Zehra Gunes and her teammates celebrated a victory for the Istanbul club


Tijana Boskovic scored 22 points as Eczacibasi took on Imoco in their second match of the tournament


She was outscored by Haak (26 points), however, who led the Italians to victory


In the other match on Thursday, Thaisa Menezes led Gerdau Minas to a three set win against Kuanysh Club


Pri Daroit was a key player for her club in Antalya


In the first semifinal on Saturday, Alexa Gray tied with Haak as Imoco's best scorer in the win against Minas


Thaisa was again her team's leading scorer


Fans packed the stands for the all Turkish semifinal between VakifBank and Eczacibasi


This time it was VakifBank's Paola Egonu who topped all scorers with 29 points to lead her team to victory


Carol Gattaz scored 12 points in the match for third place


Tijana Boskovic, however, was too hot to handle and her 32 points pushed Eczacibasi towards the bronze medal victory


Isabelle Haak was unstoppable in the final, scoring 34 points


Imoco celebrated winning the world title again after defeating VakifBank in four sets