Dani Lins

Olympic Champion Dani Lins Starts For Brazil After 2 Years

Now at 33-years-old and the oldest player in the roster, Links knows her role has changed since leading the team to an Olympic gold medal in 2012

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USA Women Beat Brazil 3-1 in First of 4 Friendlies This Week

Sarah Wilhite (above), Rachael Adams, and Lauren Gibbemeyer each had 3 stuffs as the USA defense held Brazilian star Tandara Caixeta in check on Sunday in Brasilia.

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United States, Brazil Set Rosters for Upcoming Friendlies

Karsta Lowe, above, will return to Rio with Team USA in her first official matches since the 2016 Olympic Games.

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Fofão Doesn’t Believe Brazil Has A Chance At Olympic Gold In 2020

Ouch. You know things are not looking very good when not even your former stars are able to muster up a few words of optimism

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Brazil Calls Preliminary Women’s WCH Roster – Thaisa And Dani Are Back

It’s safe to say things haven’t gone so well for the Brazilian female squad in 2018 so far – Will it bounce back at the WCH?

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USA, Dominican Republic Will Battle for Pan Am Title Again

The United States and Dominican Republic will battle for the Pan American Cup title for the second straight year after each won semifinal matches on Friday.

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Coach Guimarães Talks About Brazil Being Out Of VNL’s Podium

“I know we’re going to get a lot of criticism in Brazil for the fourth place”

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With Newborn Baby Lara At Her Side, Dani Lins Joins Brazil’s NT

While many other setters have tried to step up on Dani’s absence, it’s hard to see Guimarães moving away from his trusted soldier of so many years.

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Full Team Rosters For Brazil’s Men’s And Women’s Teams Announced

10 days after announcing their first 10-player rosters, both of Brazil’s national team head coaches went ahead and released their full teams

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Tifanny Is Tagged With Maximum Score In Superliga’s Parity System

Tifanny Abreu made volleyball history when she became the first trans female to play in Brazil’s Superliga

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