With just a few months to go before the true beginning of the 2017-18 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour, the FIVB has announced the upcoming year’s schedule.
Dutch duo Joy Stubbe and Madelein Meppelink and Italian pair Marco Caminati and Enrico Rossi won the titles at the Aalsmeer One Star on Sunday. American teams took silver (men’s) and bronze (women’s).
Top seeded Joy Stubbe and Madelein Meppelink of the Netherlands will play for gold in front of their home crowd on Sunday, facing Germany’s Kim Behrens and Sandra Ittlinger
Streaming video of the Aalsmeer One Star is available through the Dutch volleyball YouTube channel.
Five Dutch pairs, three men’s and two women’s, and three American duos, two women’s and one men’s, are through to the Aalsmeer quarterfinals.
The 1-star FIVB World Tour event in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands is set to begin on October 26 with the qualification round that will include three American duos, along with two teams in reserve.
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Fifth seeded Mariafe Artacho and Taliqua Clancy of Australia and No. 15 seed Maxim Sivolap and Igor Velichko of Russiaeach won their first FIVB medals with gold at the Qinzhou Open on Saturday.
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Second seeded American duo Summer Ross and Brooke Sweat and fourth-seeded Lauren Fendrick and Nicole Branagh and are on to the quarterfinals, while the story on the men’s side is Dutch qualifiers Dirk Boehle and Steven Van de Velde who also moved on.
April Ross and Kelly Claes lost in the main draw on Thursday, while fellow Americans Lauren Fendrick and Nicole Branagh, Emily Day and Brittany Hochevar, and Summer Ross and Brooke Sweat fared better with straight-set wins
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The FIVB announced that it will be testing a new block touch rule, where teams will be allowed three touches after a block, beginning at this week’s Qinzhou Three Star.
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Qualification began for the main draw at the Qinzhou Three Star on Tuesday with three women’s matches and six men’s matches.
The FIVB World Tour is continuing this week with a three-star competition in Qinzhou, China.
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