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.
While the men finished up qualifying action, the women got rolling in the main draw with 32 pool play matches, crowning eight champions, including German qualifiers Anna Behlen/Sarah Schneider and Americans Kerri Walsh Jennings/Nicole Branagh.
One hundred teams (55 men’s and 45 women’s) made their way to Espinho, Portugal for a chance to compete in the FIVB Four Star event this week. After country quota and qualifying matches, the 32-team fields per gender are set.
American duo Kelly Claes and Brittany Hochevar beat top seeded Humana-Paredes/Pavan 2-0 (21/19 21/18) in way to leading their group
Americans Emily Stockman/Kelley Larsen were among the eight teams to move on from the women’s qualifiers, while both USA pairs on the men’s side failed to reach the main draw.
2017 EUROPEAN BEACH VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS August 16th-20th, 2017 Jurmala, Latvia Pool Standings Tournament Central Germans Nadja Glenzke and Julia Grossner…
2017 EUROPEAN BEACH VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS – Men’s Draw August 16th-20th, 2017 Jurmala, Latvia Pool Standings Tournament Central The magical major…
The first day in Olsztyn’s main draw has concluded for the four-star event. This is the first four-star event since Rio back from May 16-21.
The qualification round of the Gstaad Major has ended with eight squads of both genders moving on to the main draw of the tournament.
The end of day one at the FIVB World Tour event in Rio has come to a close, with Olympic contenders and champions remaining in the competition, despite some close calls.