All top-seeded teams playing on day two of the 2017 Beach World Championships won their matches, with Phil Dalhausser/Nick Lucena being the only one needing three sets to win.
American Nick Lucena (above) and Phil Dalhausser enter the World Championships as the #3 seed on the men’s side.
Representing the United States at the Vienna World Championships this week are #3 seeded and #1 World Ranked Phil Dalhausser/Nick Lucena.
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.
American’s Phil Dalhausser/Nick Lucena and Brazil’s Talita Antunes/Larissa Franca won the 2017 FIVB Long Beach President’s Cup in the gender.
The second day of the Long Beach President’s Cup has concluded with the women have completed their preliminary rounds and quarterfinal play, having the semifinals set to be played on July 15. The men will finish up quarterfinal play on July 15 the proceed to their semifinal and finals play on July 16.
The first day of pool play has concluded at the FIVB Long Beach Presidents Cup, with Americans facing Americans and international squads facing one another.
At the San Francisco Open, some smaller names took the top spots for both the men’s and women’s side of the tournament.
After three days of pool play matches at the Gstaad Major, American’s Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena arise as their pools winner, advancing on to the elimination portion of the tournament with a bye.
Eight teams from seven countries collected pool titles at the Porec Major after three days of play.