Thursday, June 22, 2017

The Hague 2017 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour

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The FIVB held the 2017 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour at the Hague and Russian’s Nikita Liamin and Viacheslav Krasilnikov take first place beating Spain’s Pablo Herrera and Adrian Gavira. The pair overcame a setback in their home country event, hosted in Moscow, losing to Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena in the finals. In their second straight finals, the Russian duo took home their second gold medal of the season – their first coming at the Kish Island event earlier this season.

The Hague was a three-star event in the FIVB’s new star ranking system of their events, meaning that the payout for the tournament comes from a $150,000 purse prize. The Russian pair will take home $10,000 to split from the purse.

For the women's Brazil’s Carolina Salgado and Maria Antonelli won the first prize beating the Swiss duo Joana Heidrich and Anouk Verge-Depre.   

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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Serbian Women's Volleyball Team Celebrates Victory With An Offensive Pose

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The Serbian women’s volleyball team defeated Poland and secured a place in the 2018 FIVB Women’s World Championship in Japan qualifier over the weekend. However, after winning they posed for a photo above, which originally appeared above the FIVB’s story about the game but was later removed.

It certainly looks like the players are doing the racist slant-eyed gesture, presumably in reference to the fact that the 2018 world championship will be played in Japan and the players may have think that the gesture just shows their excitement about going to Japan.


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Monday, May 15, 2017

Turkish Women's Volleyball Team Wins World Championship in Japan

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Turkish Vakifbank, Brazilian Rexona-Sesc, volleyball




Turkish Vakifbank won over Brazilian Rexona-Sesc in final game of 2017 FIVB Women's Club World Championship in Kobe, Japan last Sunday. Vakifbank won on sets with scores of 25-19, 25-21 and 25-21, marking a final score of 3-0 against Rexona-Sesc.

Vakifbank’s Chinese volleyball player Ting Zhu led her team to victory by scoring 19 points. Kimberly Hill and Lonneke Slotjes contributed 12 and 11 points, respectively. This was Vakifbank's second victory in the championship. The team had also won the event in 2013.

The team also won the CEV Women's Champions League this season.


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Monday, May 1, 2017

National Collegiate Beach Volleyball Championship 2017 Teams



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The NCAA Women’s Beach Volleyball Committee released on Sunday April 30 the 8 teams that will compete for the 2017 National Collegiate Beach Volleyball Championship. The teams were selected from the 65 NCAA institutions sponsoring the sport of beach volleyball. There are three teams from the East and three teams from the West while the remaining two teams were selected at-large from the teams across the country. The eight teams were seeded.

The finalists selected from the East includes Florida State, LSU and South Carolina. While team from the West are Pepperdine, Southern California and UCLA the rest are Hawaii and Long Beach State.

Here are the Teams listed in seed order:

1. Southern California
2. UCLA
3. Pepperdine
4. Florida State
5. Hawaii
6. Long Beach State
7. LSU
8. South Carolina


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The championship games will begin on Friday up to Sunday, May 5-7, in Gulf Shores, Alabama, hosted by the city of Gulf Shores, University of Alabama at Birmingham and Orange Beach Sports Commission. The event will be televised live by Turner networks, with truTV providing live coverage on Friday, May 5, and Saturday, May 6, from 3-6 p.m. ET and the championship round airing on TBS on Sunday, May 7, at 2 p.m. ET. Additional live-streaming coverage of every court in each match of the tournament will be available on NCAA.com.


2017 NCAA Beach Volleyball Championship

Tournament Schedule

Friday, May 5

Match 1 – Southern Cal vs. South Carolina, 9 a.m. CT
Match 2 – Florida State vs. Hawaii, 10 a.m. CT
Match 3 – Pepperdine vs. Long Beach State, 11 a.m. CT
Match 4 – LSU vs. UCLA, 12 p.m. CT
Match 5 – Loser of Match 1 vs. Loser of Match 2, 1 p.m. CT
Match 6 – Loser of Match 3 vs. Loser of Match 4, 2 p.m. CT
Match 7 – Winner of Match 1 vs. Winner of Match 2, 3 p.m. CT
Match 8 – Winner of Match 3 vs. Winner of Match 4, 4 p.m. CT

Saturday, May 6

Match 9 – Winner of Match 5 vs. Loser of Match 8, 2:10 p.m. CT
Match 10 – Winner of Match 6 vs. Loser of March 7, 1 p.m. CT
Match 11 – Winner of Match 7 vs. Winner of Match 8, 3 p.m. CT
Match 12 – Winner of Match 9 vs. Winner of Match 10, 4 p.m. CT

Sunday, May 7

Match 13 – Winner of Match 12 vs. Loser of Match 11, 10:00 a.m. CT
Match 14 – National Championship Final, 1:00 p.m. CT – TV: TBS




Thursday, April 13, 2017

Battle at the Beach Megan McNamara and Nicole McNamara



Megan McNamara and Nicole McNamara, Battle at the Beach

Megan McNamara and Nicole McNamara, Battle at the Beach

Megan McNamara and Nicole McNamara, Battle at the Beach

Megan McNamara and Nicole McNamara, Battle at the Beach



The sophomore twins Nicole McNamara and Megan McNamara was 4-0 in the Battle at the Beach last week which includes two wins over No. 5 Long Beach State and No. 8 Arizona. Sophomore twins Megan McNamara and Nicole McNamara won in three sets 21-17, 23-25, 15-11 in court one in the dual vs. #5 Long Beach State last Sunday as the Bruins claimed the close victory, 3-2, keeping UCLA's winning streak alive.

The No. 3 Bruins (25-2) defeated No. 8 Arizona (13-8) and No. 5 Long Beach State (21-5) Sunday after a pair of victories over Washington and Concordia on Saturday. UCLA finished match play Sunday with a commanding 4-1 victory over Arizona. Freshmen Chanti Holroyd and Savvy Simo lost a three-set match 18-21, 21-19, 16-14 in court five to keep the Bruins from sweeping the Wildcats.

The twins were named Pac-12 beach volleyball pair of the week it is the second time this season the twins have been voted Pac-12 Pair of the Week.



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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Fort Lauderdale Major 2017 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour

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The 2017 FIVB Beach Volleyball world tour will start at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park turning the South Florida beach into a fun-loving atmosphere. This is Swatch Major Series’ first tournament of the year.  The Swatch Major Series will make additional stops this year in Croatia, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and a location not yet announced.

The tournament features the best US women's volleyball team and 2016 Olympic bronze medalists Kerri Walsh-Jennings and April Ross. German gold medalist Kira Walkenhorst will also play with a new partner, as will Brazilian silver medalists Agatha Bednarczuk and Barbara Seixas.






Monday, January 16, 2017

Canadian volleyball player Denied in Pro-League For Being Gay

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Chris Voth 26, said in an interview from a Finnish publication that he “lost a dream contract abroad” for being homosexual. "We almost had a contract and were negotiating details, housing and small things,” he told the newspaper. “All of a sudden they announced they weren't interested any more after all. It was because I'm gay.”  .

The team gave a lot of reasons why they have to deny him but all of those reasons points to him being gay.

“They said [to my agent] they didn't want to take that risk — they didn't want to have a player in their team who breaks boundaries. They claimed they were worried that the opponents' fans would endanger my safety, but some things made me suspect it was an excuse."

Voth refused to say which country that rejected him, but claimed it generally accepts homosexuality through policies and culture.

"I don't want to name the country, because it is not the only country where these things happen. It wouldn't be fair. This is about the sports culture globally, not just about one country or team."

Voth currently plays in the Finnish Volleyball Champions League for Team Lakkapaa. He came out as gay in 2014 while in the Canadian volleyball team.