It's time for part 2 of our "Life on The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour" video series. This episode, we talk about which tour stops have the worst food on tour as well as find out who everyone's secret crush is. Check it out!Read More
Here is the first video of a new series we like to call Life on The FIVB World Tour. We talk to a bunch of athletes about an app on their phone they can't live without and who has the best hair on tour.Read More
We speak with Sean Rosenthal and Phil Dalhausser of The United States after their gold medal victory here at The Gstaad Grand Slam. Sean and Phil defeated Alison-Bruno of Brazil 2-0 to claim back to back gold medals on this year's FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour.Read More
We've compiled a list of THE BEST volleyball spikes we could find. It's boom time.Read More
Just when you thought that The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour was done for the season, you remember about the fall events. I must admit, I was already making my transition into indoor and getting ready for the startup of NCAA, CIS and CEV volleyball when I remembered these last couple FIVB beach events. This week (October 4th - 9th) the men conclude their 2011 tour with the last stop in Agadir, Morocco. I know some of the Canadian men's teams had planned on going to Morocco, but the current registered teams list on fivb.org doesn't show any registered yet. Anyways, here are some teams to lookout for.
Men's Teams To Watch In Morocco
Live streams and results after the jump.
It has been a long week in Quebec of Country Quota, Qualification and Main Draw action at the 2011 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour. Today is the last day of competition with the bronze and gold medal matches for each gender taking place. On both sides of the tournament, there is a chance for a country to sweep the podium, Brazil on the women's and USA on the men's. Brackets, matches, results and live streams below.
Women's Bronze Medal Game
|Liliana-Baquerizo||vs.||Lima-Vivian 0-2 (13-21, 19-21)|
Women's Gold Medal Game
|Maria Clara-Carol||vs.||Talita-Antonelli 1-2 (17-21, 21-19, 11-15)|
Men's Bronze Medal Game
|Santos-Álvaro Filho||vs.||Gibb-Rosenthal 0-2 (20-22, 19-21)|
Men's Gold Medal Game
|Rogers-Dalhausser||vs.||Fuerbringer-Lucena 2-0 (23-21, 21-19)|
Brackets and live streams after the jump.