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Tuesday, July 7, 2020
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Mike Clark 45
Supriadi Supriadi 45
Wendy Huang 44
Suzanne McReynolds 44
Joao Santos 43
Abby Georgy 42
Samuel Laracuente 42
Daniel Meade 40
Asta Baltakys 40
Ganna Sergeyeva 39
Igor Kolodinsky 37
Keith Bowen 36
Rose Gwali 34
James Mwaniki 34
Nathaniel Berg 34
Jeremy Ullmann 34
Viktoria Petrova 33
Rebecca Kopilovitch 31
Jack Matthews 30
Marta Hurst 28
Jennifer Cross 28
Dhita Juliana 27
Faisal Alhashmi 27
Wichard Ludje 26
Marco Krattiger 26
Ya-Jen Hsieh 25
Gabriel Nunez 23
Beatriz Lacerda 21
Nasuda Janmong 21
Domonkos Doczi 17
Elizaveta Gubina 16
 
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Beach Volleyball History
In 1957
Bernie Holtzman and Gene Selznick won the Parks & Rec Semana Nautica.  It was the 14th win for Bernie Holtzman, the 13th win for Gene Selznick, and the 9th win for the team.
In 1957
Jean Gaertner and Johnette Latreille won the Parks & Rec Semana Nautica.  It was the 1st win for Jean Gaertner, the 1st win for Johnette Latreille, and the 1st win for the team.
In 1968
Henry Bergman and Larry Rundle won the Parks & Rec Marine Street Open.  It was the 1st win for Henry Bergman, the 1st win for Larry Rundle, and the 1st win for the team.
In 1974
Tom Chamales and Jim Menges won the Parks & Rec Rosecrans Open.  It was the 6th win for Tom Chamales, the 3rd win for Jim Menges, and the 1st win for the team.
In 1985
Mike Dodd and Tim Hovland won the AVP Miller High Life Long Beach Open.  It was the 16th win for Mike Dodd, the 16th win for Tim Hovland, and the 15th win for the team.
In 1985
Linda Hanley and Nina Matthies won the Parks & Rec Santa Barbara Native Sports Women's Open.  It was the 20th win for Linda Hanley, the 29th win for Nina Matthies, and the 18th win for the team.
In 1991
Karolyn Kirby and Angela Rock won the WPVA Coors Light Myrtle Beach Open.  It was the 18th win for Karolyn Kirby, the 10th win for Angela Rock, and the 10th win for the team.
In 1991
Karch Kiraly and Kent Steffes won the AVP Off Shore Manhattan Beach Open.  It was the 42nd win for Karch Kiraly, the 12th win for Kent Steffes, and the 4th win for the team.
In 1996
Adam Johnson and Jose Loiola won the AVP Miller Lite Twin Cities Open.  It was the 24th win for Adam Johnson, the 8th win for Jose Loiola, and the 7th win for the team.
In 1996
John Child and Mark Heese won the FIVB German Open.  It was the 1st win for John Child, the 1st win for Mark Heese, and the 1st win for the team.
In 1996
Beate Buhler and Danja Musch won the FIVB Italy Challenger.  It was the 2nd win for Beate Buhler, the 2nd win for Danja Musch, and the 2nd win for the team.
In 2002
Tande Ramos and Emanuel Rego won the FIVB Norway Open.  It was the 6th win for Tande Ramos, the 43rd win for Emanuel Rego, and the 6th win for the team.
In 2007
Karch Kiraly plays the final match of his impressive career, a 21-13 and 21-16 loss with Kevin Wong to Jake Gibb and Sean Rosenthal in the 4th round of the contender's bracket at the AVP Seaside Heights event. Injuries prevent Karch, who will retire at the end of the 2007 season, from playing any of the remaining events.
In 2012
Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings won the FIVB 1 to 1 Energy Grand Slam.  It was the 111th win for Misty May-Treanor, the 108th win for Kerri Walsh Jennings, and the 103rd win for the team.
In 2013
Alexander Brouwer and Robert Meeuwsen won the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships Mazury 2013.  It was the 3rd win for Alexander Brouwer, the 3rd win for Robert Meeuwsen, and the 3rd win for the team.
In 2013
Elena Kiesling and Jana Kohler won the FIVB Seoul Women's International Challenger.  It was the 1st win for Elena Kiesling, the 7th win for Jana Kohler, and the 1st win for the team.
In 2018
Mariafe Artacho and Taliqua Clancy won the FIVB Espinho Four Star.  It was the 5th win for Mariafe Artacho, the 4th win for Taliqua Clancy, and the 4th win for the team.
In 2019
Viacheslav Krasilnikov and Oleg Stoyanovskiy won the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships.  It was the 6th win for Viacheslav Krasilnikov, the 7th win for Oleg Stoyanovskiy, and the 3rd win for the team.
In 2019
Christoph Dressler and Alexander Huber won the FIVB Qidong Two Star.  It was the 2nd win for Christoph Dressler, the 4th win for Alexander Huber, and the 2nd win for the team.
In 2019
Jingzhe Wang and Shuhui Wen won the FIVB Qidong Two Star.  It was the 4th win for Jingzhe Wang, the 5th win for Shuhui Wen, and the 4th win for the team.
 
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NORCECA Circuit has been totally cancelled
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, June 25, 2020 – The 2020 NORCECA Circuit has been totally cancelled following the virtual meeting of the Beach Volleyball Commission presided over by Ed Drakich of Canada.
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6/19/2020
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6/18/2020
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6/5/2020
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5/22/2020
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5/13/2020
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Lausanne, Switzerland, May 13, 2020 – The FIVB today announced the adaptation of the Beach Volleyball Qualification System for the rescheduled Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 to 2021 following the approval of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board and the FIVB Board of Administration.
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5/6/2020
Dalhausser looking ahead to Olympics
Orlando, United States, May 6, 2020 – Phil Dalhausser knows a thing or two about beach volleyball at the Olympic Games. A gold medallist at the Beijing 2008 Games, the American blocker also competed at London 2012 and Rio 2016 and is currently aiming to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics.
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4/23/2020
2021 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships rescheduled for June 2022
Lausanne, Switzerland, April 23, 2020 – The FIVB has announced that the 2021 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships have been rescheduled for June 2022 in Rome, Italy due to significant changes to the global sports calendar following the postponement of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in light of the global coronavirus pandemic.
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4/6/2020
FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour events in Gstaad and Espinho cancelled
Lausanne, Switzerland, April 06, 2020 – In order to safeguard the health and wellbeing of the players, officials and fans during the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic, a joint decision has been taken by the FIVB and the event organisers to cancel the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour 5-star event scheduled for 7-12 July in Gstaad, Switzerland, and the 4-star event scheduled to be held on 15-19 July in Espinho, Portugal.
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3/30/2020
FIVB confirms further changes to its events calendars
Lausanne, Switzerland, March 30, 2020 – The FIVB has announced further changes to its volleyball, beach volleyball, and snow volleyball event calendars, following the evaluation and reassessment of its events in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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3/25/2020
Beach Volleyball Major Series announcement
Lausanne, Switzerland, March 25, 2020 – In light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Beach Majors Company (BMC) has notified the FIVB of its decision to cancel two Beach Volleyball Major Series events in Vienna, Austria, and Hamburg, Germany, scheduled to take place on 12-16 August and 19-23 August respectively.
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3/23/2020
NORCECA postpones three beach volleyball events
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, March 23, 2020 – NORCECA Confederation, in close consultation with local organizers, has decided to postpone the first three tournaments of the year scheduled in the 2020 Beach Volleyball Circuit due to the pandemic Coronavirus and its consequences for international traveling.
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3/20/2020
FIVB announce changes to the beach volleyball calendar in May
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3/19/2020
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3/15/2020
Poland & Chinese Taipei top Malaysian podiums
Langkawi, Malaysia, March 15, 2020 - Poland captured its second men's World Tour gold medal of the week here Sunday while the Chinese Taipei women's duo of Nai-Han Kou and Pi Hsin Liu topped an FIVB beach volleyball stop for the third time to highlight action at the fourth annual Langkawi Open.
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