Three Polish Pairs Win in First Round of Hague Pool Play
The top nine seeds of the tournament won their opening round pool play matches, with No. 1 Piotr Kantor and Bartosz Losiak of Poland leading the way with a 21-9, 21-13 victory.
VolleyMob’s Year in Volleyball: January 2017
January began with the passing of a legend and included many personnel changes on the domestic and international stages as well as standout performances and milestone events.
Defending Silver Medalists Slukova/Hermannova Withdraw from Euro Beach
An injury suffered at the Olsztyn stop of the World Tour forced the Czech pair out of this week’s European Championships.
A Look At The Men’s Beach World Championships (Photo Vault)
The 2017 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championship has concluded, with Evandro Goncalves and Andre Loyola winning the men’s title.
Brazil’s Andre Becomes Youngest Ever Beach World Champ with Evandro
2017 FIVB BEACH VOLLEYBALL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS – VIENNA July 28 to August 6 Vienna Centre Court, Vienna, Austria Co-ed Championships Event Site…
Evandro/Andre Beat Austrians, Massive Home Crowd, for Beach Gold
Andre Stein (right) becomes the youngest Beach World Champion at 22 years old.
Beach Newcomer Van Garderen Makes Worlds Semis with Comeback Effort
Wild card entry Maarten van Garderen and Christiaan Varenhorst has made history as the No. 45 ranked duo became the lowest seed ever to make the Beach Worlds Final Four.
Hometown Stars Doppler/Horst Into Semis Alongside Dutch Underdogs
Dutch pair Christiaan Varenhorst and Maarten van Garderen at No. 45 are the lowest seeded team ever to make the semifinals, while Austrian natives Doppler/Horst look to win it all on native soil.
No. 45 Seed Varenhorst/van Varderen Break Into Beach Worlds Quarters
The lowest seed remaining in the tournament is No. 45 Dutch side Christiaan Varenhorst and Maarten van Garderen, who made their way to the quarters with a win over Cuban Olympians Nivaldo Diaz/Sergio Gonzalez.
Top Seeded Alvaro/Saymon Out as Round of 32 Wraps Up
Christiaan Varenhorst and Maarten van Garderen of the Netherlands pulled the upset, topping the top seeded Brazilians in straight sets, 21-17, 21-18 with help from 12 miscues.