FORT LAUDERDALE MAJOR Fort Lauderdale, Florida Feb. 26-March 4 Schedule/Results After three pool play matches in each of the eight…
The main draw of the Fort Lauderdale Major is set to begin today with some of the best beach pairings in the world competing at the season’s first 5-star event.
The Beach Majors Series shared the process of making the Fort Lauderdale Beach Park into Red Bull Beach Arena, center court of the five-star event.
The No. 2, 3, 4 and 5 qualifiers on the men’s side, including defending Fort Lauderdale gold medalists Alvaro Filho/Saymon Barbosa, the No. 3 seed from Brazil, are out. On the women’s side, Americans Brittany Hochevar/Emily Day were one of eight teams to move on to the main draw.
The 2018 Beach Major Series will feature modified pool play rounds for the first time at the Fort Lauderdale Major next week, with a heavy emphasis on rankings.
Julia Sude and Chantal Laboureur of Germany share memories of taking the bronze at last year’s Fort Lauderdale event, as well as their thoughts on the rest of the 2018 Major Series, their partnership and goals.
Olympic champion Kerri Walsh Jennings has good news for fans about her return to the sand after two offseason surgeries: she starts practice March 8 and will make her 2018 debut in Xiamen, China, in April.
VolleyMob sat down with Fort Lauderdale No. 1 seed and top American duo Phil Dalhausser/Nick Lucena to find out their memories of the home tournament and get their thoughts on the season ahead, the state of USA and beach volleyball and each other.
VolleyMob sat down with last year’s event gold medalists Alvaro Filho and Saymon Barbosa of Brazil to discuss all things volleyball, including their memories of the Fort Lauderdale Major, the American crowd and their goals for 2018 and beyond.
Nobody does love quite like the Italians, and if Alex Ranghieri’s play on the sand doesn’t make you fall in…