10 Questions with FIVB Top Blocker Brandie Wilkerson
“It seems this season things are clicking, I’d say the added experience of having a year under our belt and having more support from our integrated support team and a new coach have definitely all contributed.” – Canadian Brandie Wilkerson said.
10 Questions with FIVB Top Defensive Player Heather Bansley
VolleyMob caught up with the Canadian duo Heather Bansley/Brandie Wilkerson to talk about their standout year, the strength of Canadian beach volleyball and their new sponsorship deal with Kerri Walsh Jennings’ P1440.
Anders Mol Named 2018 FIVB World Tour Most Outstanding Player
Anders Mol (right) and Christian Sorum (left) won 3 of the 4 biggest World Tour events of the 2017-2018 season.
20-Year Old Brazilian Duda Named Top Women’s Player on 2018 World Tour
Eduarda “Duda” Lisboa is the 2018 FIVB World Tour Most Outstanding Player
Celebrating 10 Years: Phil Dalhausser Looks Back on 2008 Olympic Gold
Phil Dalhausser shared video of the gold medal point at the 2008 Olympics, which came 10 years ago today. VolleyMob looks back at Dalhausser’s continued success and career since that day.
10 Questions with Latvian Beach Star Aleksandrs Samoilovs
Latvian Aleksandrs Samoilovs shares about his partner, all things volleyball, how his family play a role in his game and how it has changed since he started in 2003 in our first 10 Questions feature.
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Streaking Norwegians Mol/Sorum Lead FIVB World Tour Final Men’s Field
As the sand in Hamburg, Germany, heats up ahead of the FIVB World Tour Finals, take a look at the men’s race, including top seeded Norwegians Anders Mol/Christian Sorum and three-time 2018 gold medalists Alexander Brouwer/Robert Meeuwsen from the Netherlands.
Americans Ross/Hughes Among Elite 10 Women’s Pairs at FIVB Tour Finals
With a $150,000 check on the line for the champion and just 10 teams vying for the title, take a look at the women’s field, which includes teams from seven nations, including two each from Brazil, Germany and Canada and Americans Summer Ross/Sara Hughes.
Norway’s Mol/Sorum Extend Win To 19 Matches with Vienna Major Gold
Young Norwegians Anders Mol/Christian Sorum continued their winning tear from the month of July, extending their current win streak to 19 matches with a Vienna Beach Major title victory over Poland’s Michal Bryl/Grzegorz Fijalek.
Hermannova/Slukova Take Out Two Brazilian Teams for Vienna Gold
Seventh-seeded Barbora Hermannova/Marketa Slukova of the Czech Republic overcame a 21-10 Set 1 loss in the title match and a nagging shoulder injury to Slukova to win their first ever Major Series gold.
Qualifiers Cherif/Tijan Make Vienna Final 4 Alongside Two Top 5 Duos
The men’s semifinals are set for the Vienna Beach Major with No. 3 Anders Mol/Christian Sorum of Norway and No. 5 Dutch pair Alexander Brouwer/Robert Meeuwsen leading the field. No. 14 Grzegorz Fijalek/Michal Bryl (Poland) and No. 24 Cherif Younousse/Ahmed Tijan (Qatar) round out the group.
Brazilians Barbara/Fernanda, Carol/Marie Antonelli Make Vienna Final 4
As the women’s race for the Vienna Major title dropped from 16 members down to four, all five American pairs were eliminated from the competition. Two Brazilian teams, one Dutch and one from the Czech Republic remain.
Brazil’s Alison/Bruno to Face Off in Saturday’s Round of 16 in Vienna
Teams from nine countries remain among the final 16 men’s pairs at the Vienna Major, including three from Brazil and two each from Austria, Russia, Latvia and the United States.
Americans Crabb/Gibb Win Pool D Title at Vienna Major
No. 13 seeded Americans Taylor Crabb/Jake Gibb were among four men’s pool winners crowned at the Vienna Major on Thursday before storms halted play.
Five American Women’s Pairs Among Vienna Majors Final 16
A1 Vienna Beach Major Danube Island; Vienna, Austria Aug. 1-5, 2018 A1 Beach App Streaming Video Qualification Schedule/Results Main Draw…
Two of Top 10 Seeds Out After Women’s Pool Play in Vienna
After pool play, No. 2 seed Heather Bansley/Brandie Wilkerson of Canada and No. 8 Katharina Schutzenhofer/Lena Plesiutschnig of Austria are out of the competition after going 0-2 in their respective pools. Americans Kelly Claes/Brittany Hochevar and Lauren Fendrick/Sarah Sponcil won their respective pool titles.
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