We've got another Open going on this week down in Argentina on the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour. Photo: FIVBRead More
The Grand Slams have come to an end, but The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour still has five Open tournaments left this season. This week brings the tour back to China for the third and final time this year. Photo: Wikipedia.Read More
This week Volleyball Source is in Long Beach, California for this week's stop on the 2014 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour. This event is already one of the top stops on the tour and is only in it's second year of competition.Read More
Here are some beach volleyball highlights from day 1 of The 2014 Long Beach Grand Slam. This event is part of The Asics World Series of Beach Volleyball.Read More
The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour is in Russia this week for the 2014 edition of the Anapa Open. The Anapa stop is a dual gender open event and the fifth stop of this year's tour.Read More
The second Open of the 2014 FIVB Beach Volleyball season is upon us. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico hosts the World Tour this week with a dual gender open event running May 6th - 11th, 2014. Photo: FIVBRead More
The FIVB Shanghai Grand Slam is the first of ten double gender Grand Slam events on the 2014 FIVB Beach Volleyball international calendar. We have five Canadian Teams in Shanghai ready to hit the sand.Read More
Grant O'Gorman and Sam Pedlow have started their 2014 FIVB season by going 5-0 though Qualification and pool play at the Fuzhou OpenRead More
The beach is back! Today marks the start of the 2014 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour and we have a bunch of Canadians over in Fuzhou, China to kick things off. As always, Volleyball Source is your home for teams, news, live streams and scores from the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour.Read More
Cam and Everett are joined by Canadian National Beach Team members Sam Pedlow and Grant O'Gorman. Sam and Grant are down in California getting some training in before the start of the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour.Read More
We are back in Halifax for the FIVB Junior World Championships. We have five women's and four men's teams representing Canada including half of last year's women's silver medallist team with Melissa Humana-Paredes back in Halifax. From the FIVB press release:
The world championship event will be held through Sunday (Sept. 2) at the purpose-built beach volleyball complex on the Salter Lot of the Halifax Waterfront. This is the not only the second time in the event’s 12-year history that it is being held in North America, but also the second straight year in Halifax.
Gathered in Halifax for this year’s event are 81 teams (41 men and 40 women) from 34 countries. With 32 teams in each gender qualified into their respective main draws, the additional teams for each gender are reserve teams if needed to complete the respective 32-team fields. This is the first time in event history that a 32-team main draw field is being used for the competition.
The 32 teams will be divided into eight four-team pools for round-robin play of three matches per team. The women will begin with two rounds on Wednesday and one on Thursday, while the men will have two rounds on Thursday and one on Friday.
The top three teams in each pool (24 total) will advance to the single-elimination bracket phase of the tournament. The women will begin their single elimination phase with two rounds on Friday followed by the women’s quarterfinals and semifinals on Saturday. Men will play their first elimination round on Friday, followed by the second round and quarterfinals on Saturday and the semifinals on Sunday morning.
The event is run as Sand Jam Halifax with tickets being sold on the Sand Jam Halifax website. Also on the website, you can download the Sand Jam mobile app to follow along with match results, news and more. Team list below.
Canadian Women in Halifax
Canadian Men in Halifax
Live Streams and results after the jump.