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The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour continues this week from Aland, Finland with a dual gender event. Four Canadian teams will be competing in the Paf Open this week with most of the teams being the young up and comers as opposed to the regular full time FIVB tour players. On the women's side we have Heather Bansley and Liz Maloney who do compete full time on the tour who have gained direct main draw entry this week. The other women's team is the team of Jamie Lynn Broder and Ashley Voth who will have to go through the qualification round. The men's side of the competition sees two teams: Andrew Hinchey and Ryan Vanderburg as well as Steve Marshall and Chaim Schalk.
Canadian Women's Teams in Finland
Canadian Men's Teams in Finland
Matches, results and live streams after the jump.
Tweny four women's beach volleyball teams are currently in London for a test event scheduled to help aid with next year's London Olympics. The event takes place at the Horse Guards in London, England from August 9th - 14th. In the event are three Canadian teams: Elizabeth Maloney and Heather Bansley, Jamie Lynn Broder and Ashley Voth, and lastly Kacie MacTavish and Julie Rodrigue. Below are the Canadian's pools for pool play.
Today marks the end of country quota games and the begining of the qualification round for the FIVB beach volleyball world tour Myslowice, Poland tour stop. We posted yesterday that we have four Canadian women's teams at this event but only two of them will be playing in the qualifcation round. Team Lessard-Martin got an entry into the main draw due to their entry points and Bansley-Maloney were awarded a wild card entry. The other two Canadian women's duos face off in round one of qualification. The match ups are as follows:
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Live stream links after the jump.
This week the men and the women have separated with the women's side of the tournament competing in Myslowice Poland. We will keep our ears to the ground if any other live video streams come up and will post what we find below. The tournament runs from the 17th to the 22nd of May with four Canadian teams competing. Those teams (along with their FIVB entry points) are as follows:
Live streams and more after the jump