Chiyo Suzuki

Chile, Serbia to Battle for Tokyo Gold, Fendrick/Sponcil in Last 8

The podium matches are set for the men’s Tokyo Three Star, while the women’s first of the women’s semifinalists was decided. Team USA’s Casey Patterson/Stafford Slick will vie for bronze, while Lauren Fendrick/Sarah Sponcil are in the women’s quarterfinals.

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Flint/Day Win Pool E in Tokyo, Patterson/Slick On To Quarters

Americans Betsi Flint/Emily Day and Lauren Fendrick/Sarah Sponcil and three Japanese duos are among 16 women’s teams left at the Tokyo Three Star. Meanwhile, Team USA’s Casey Patterson/Stafford Slick remain among the final eight on the men’s side.

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Japan’s Suzuki/Murakami, China’s Gao/Li Win Singapore One Star

Two new FIVB World Tour champions were crowned Sunday at the Singapore Two Star. Japan’s Chiyo Suzuki/Reika Murakami and China’s Peng Gao/Yang Li won their first titles.

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WATCH LIVE: Jinjiang Two Star Semis, Medal Rounds

Jinjiang Two-Star Jinjiang, China May 31- June 3, 2018 Schedule/Results Second seeded Americans Trevor Crabb/John Mayer are in the medal…

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Crabb/Mayer Make Jinjiang Semis, Davis/Scarbrough Will Vie for Bronze

The medals race is down to four teams on each side at the Jinjiang Two-Star, with the women playing through the semifinals on Saturday and the men stopping after the quarterfinals.

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Americans Carico/Dykstra, Budinger/Rosenthal On To Lucerne Main Draw

Eight men’s and eight women’s pairs fought through two qualifying rounds to earn berths to the Lucerne Three-Star 32-team main draw on Wednesday. Among those moving on were Americans Lane Carico/Lara Dykstra and Chase Budinger/Sean Rosenthal.

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Two American Men’s Duos, Two Women’s On To Shepparton Round of 12

SHEPPARTON ONE-STAR Shepparton, Australia Jan. 31 – Feb. 4, 2018 Schedule/Results In pool play action, the winners of the Thursday’s…

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Two American Men’s Teams Advance Through Shepparton Qualifying

Thirteen men’s teams and 12 women’s teams faced off in two rounds on of qualifying on Wednesday with four each advancing to the main draw. Two American men’s pairs and three Japanese women’s duos were among those who made it through to the main draw.

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