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BEACH VOLLEYBALL Preview: Acid test for three U.S. women’s duos in Brazil four-star

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While the sport of beach volleyball was born in Southern California, Brazil has become one of its cultural centers, with a deep connection to...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: A new Brazilian pair triumphs in Port Dickson Open in Malaysia

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Both are well-known names, but volleyball fans are not used to seeing them together: Alison Cerutti and Alvaro Filho of Brazil. Alison was half...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL Preview: First-time event in Malaysia sees the return of Olympic champ Ludwig

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The fourth of five FIVB World Tour three-star tournaments is in Port Dickson (MAS) – about an hour outside of Kuala Lumpur – with...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: New contenders from Brazil and Russia showcased in Xiamen 4-star

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Player combinations change all the time in beach volleyball, for all kinds of reasons. But two fairly new duos showed that they are contenders...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL Preview: Wide-open field for four-star World Tour stop in Xiamen

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After more than a month off, the fifth of 12 four-star tournaments on the FIVB World Tour for 2018-19 is at Guanyinshan Beach in...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Grimalt and Grimalt take 4-star in Doha over Lucena and Dalhausser

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Make no mistake, the new stars of the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour are Chilean cousins Marco and Esteban Grimalt. They completed their second win...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL Preview: Top men’s teams in four-star in Doha

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This week stop on the FIVB World Tour is a men-only, four-star tournament in Doha (QAT), which has attracted a very fine field. The...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Laird and Palmer salvage Aussie pride with win in Sydney Open

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The FIVB World Tour 3-star tournament in Sydney (AUS) was supposed to be about top-seeded Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho defending their title in...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Home favorites Artacho and Clancy look to defend Sydney Open title

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After a quiet start to the season, the second three-star tournament of the FIVB World Tour for 2018-19 comes this weekend in Sydney (AUS),...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: First-time World Tour golds for Ana Patricia & Rebecca over Americans Sponcil...

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No matter who won the women’s final in the FIVB World Beach Volleyball tour 4-star final in The Hague (NED), it was going to...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL Preview: Early 4-star in The Hague

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The fourth of 12 FIVB World Tour “Four-Star” tournaments is being held at The Hague (NED) at the Sportcampus Den Haag and away from...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Bansley & Wilkerson top American duos in Mexico

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Canada's Heather Bansley and Brandie Wilkerson continued their stroll through the FIVB World Tour with another win, this time in a women-only, 3-star tournament...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL Preview: Canadian stars Bansley & Wilkerson in Mexico this week

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A fairly minor FIVB World Tour 3-star tournament is underway in Chetumal (MEX), but with a couple of important entries. The headliners are Canada’s Heather...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Mol and Sorum roll to fourth 2018 title at Vegas Open

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There appears to be no stopping the Viking Express. The FIVB World Tour Finals champions from 2018, Anders Mol and Christian Sorum, won yet another...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL Preview: FIVB World Tour lands in Las Vegas!

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The continuing expansion of the FIVB World Tour for 2018-19 brings a 4-star event to the Las Vegas Festival Grounds at MGM Resorts in...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: U.S.’s Klineman and Ross win in Yangzhou 4-star

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American April Ross was the “kid” alongside beach volleyball immortal Kerri Walsh Jennings when they won a bronze medal at the Rio Games in...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL Preview: First “2019″ 4-star starts in China

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In the continuing expansion of the FIVB World Beach Volleyball Tour, the 2019 season has opened and the first 4-star event of the season...

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