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.
German’s Chantal Laboureur and Julia Sude took the gold medal at the Gstaad Major over Talita Antunes and Larissa Franca of Brazil.
In the 18 year history of the Gstaad event, Anouk Verge-Depre and Joana Heidrich become only the second Swiss pair to make it to the semifinals.
Day two at the Gstaad Major has ended with the women’s teams concluding pool play while the men finished with their day two matches.
Day one of the FIVB World Tour stop in Gstaad has concluded with a number of women’s teams going undefeated on the day. On the men’s side, there was an upset that took down the 2016 Rio Olympic silver medalists.
With the 2017 World Beach Championships coming up later this month in Vienna, Austria, it is time to look at the pools and how the teams compare to each other.
The semifinals for the women in Porec has been set, with teams from Brazil, Canada, the Czech Republic and Switzerland competing for the top prize.
Based on the current points standings, the FIVB has announced the pre-draw placement for the men’s and women’s teams competing at the Beach World Championships in Vienna next month.
The second day of the FIVB World Tour event in Porec has ended with the final 16 teams on the women’s side being determined while the men’s side continues with pool play.
Following the FIVB World Tour event in The Hague last weekend, the FIVB sat down with Joana Heidrich and Anouk…