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FIVB: Austria Qualification (Live Video)

Fivb austria qualification

Time sure does fly.  Two weeks ago I arrived in Quebec ready for the start of the the FIVB Quebec Jeep Open.  Since then we have seen another grand slam event in Poland where some familiar faces took home gold.  Now the 2011 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour is in Austria for the final grand slam of the season at the A1 Grand Slam presented by Volksbank.  There are many Canadian teams in Austria including Heather Bansley and Elizabeth Maloney fresh off a 9th place finish in Poland.  Canadian Rosters, matches, results and live streams below.

Canadian Women's Teams

Canada Bansley-Maloney
Canada Lessard-Martin
Canada MacTavish-Rodrigue

Canadian Men's Teams

Canada Binstock-Van Huizen
Canada Redmann-Saxton

Matches, results and live streams after the jump.

First Round Women's Matches

Canada Bansley-Maloney vs. Vanuatu Elwin-Matauatu 2-0 (21-13, 21-13)
Slovakia Dubovcova-Nestarcova vs. Canada Lessard-Martin 0-2 (17-21, 13-21)
Netherlands Van der Hoeven-Wesselink vs. Canada MacTavish-Rodrigue 0-2 (21-23, 13-21)

Second Round Women's Matches

Canada MacTavish-Rodrigue vs. Canada Lessard-Martin 2-0 (21-17, 21-17)
Canada Bansley-Maloney vs. Mexico Candelas-Garcia 2-1 (19-21, 21-15, 15-13)

First Round Men's Matches

Canada Redmann-Saxton vs. Australia Boehm-Kapa 2-0 (21-15, 21-15)
Canada Binstock-Van Huizen vs. Italy Nicolai-Lupo 1-2 (24-22, 19-21, 12-15)

Second Round Men's Matches

Canada Redmann-Saxton vs. Georgia Geor-Gia 0-2 (19-21, 16-21)

You may notice that two men's teams are listed on the FIVB.org website, but not listed here.  The men's team of Martin Reader and Chaim Schalk will not be attending this event due to an injury occurred in Quebec two weeks ago.  Defending FIVB Junior World Champions Garret May and Sam Schachter are also listed, however due to injury we are pretty sure that they will not be competing in Austria.

Live Streaming Video

This event is a dual gender offset event just like last week in Poland.  This means that the women's tournament will start one day before the men's.  Because of this, check back to Kill on Two for updated matches, opponents, results and live streams.