The teams have been announced for the upcoming event in Long Beach Presidents Cup, that will be hosted by the FIVB from July 12-16. The tournament will host eight USA teams, per gender, with them facing some of the top-eight international teams in the games.
The AVP Tour returns following the Gold Series event in New York, with a stop on the other side of the country in Seattle. The event will be held at Lake Sammamish State Park from June 22-25.
Nantong is ready to host their first ever FIVB World Tour event, the second on the Beach Volleyball Silk Tour.
Belgiums Dries Koekolkoren (left) and Tom van Walle (right) have their sights set on history and becoming the first male Olympics qualifiers in their country’s history for beach volleyball.
Russian’s Nikita Liamin and Viacheslav Krasilnikov take first place in The Hague over Spain’s Pablo Herrera and Adrian Gavira.
Brazil’s Carolina Solberg and Maria Antonelli made it through two rounds of qualification to end up as the winners of the FIVB World Tour event in The Hague. The pair becomes just the second in the history of the World Tour to make it through two qualification matches and win the gold medal in the main draw.
The finals for the men’s side of the FIVB World League have been set in The Hague.
The women’s finals have been set, with the conclusion of quarterfinal and semifinal play at the FIVB World Tour event in The Hague.
The second day of the main draw has ended in The Hague’s three-star tournament. Top-ranked women’s pairs redeemed themselves after dropping matches on day one, while the top men’s duos are holding strong throughout the tournament.
While playing on the beach in The Hague this week, Pomi Casalmaggliore announced the signing of Sarah Pavan for its indoor squad.