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Here are highlights and the post game press conference with Todd Rogers and Theo Brunner of The United States after their bronze medal win at the Asics World Series of Beach Volleyball.Read More
Pool play has ended in London at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Neither Canadian team has made it into the first round of playoffs with Marie-Andrée Lessard and Annie Martin not making it out of pool play and Martin Reader and Josh Binstock losing in the lucky loser stage of the tournament. The first round of playoffs begins August 3rd 2012 and as always, matches will be streamed live on CTV and NBC. Live streams below.
Live video streams can be found at the Kill on Two Olympic page.
Women's Beach Volleyball Round 1
The first day of finals from Aland, Finland on the 2011 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour. We have the women's action up first on Saturday followed by men's on Sunday. This event appears to be the usual suspects once again rounding out the final four for the women and by looks of it, it will be that way for the men as well. Matches, brackets, results and live streams below:
Women's Semi Finals
|Talita-Antonelli||vs.||May-Treanor-Walsh||0-2 (20-22, 14-21)|
|Larissa-Juliana||vs.||Xue-Zhang Xi||1-2 (19-21, 21-17, 12-15)|
Men's Semi Finals
More scores, live streams and brackets after the jump.
The second last grand slam of the season is almost complete with finals action taking place today for the men's side of the tournament. The 2011 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour is in Stare Jablonki, Poland this week and we have the final games, brackets, results and live streams below.
Women's Final Four
Men's Final Four
Brackets and live streams 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.
As the tournament winds to a close, we saw all but one Canadian team exit the tournament. Elizabeth Maloney and Heather Bansley will continue on and face Maria Clara-Carol of Brazil today at 1:00 p.m. EST. Yesterday also saw the fifty-seventh match between Rogers-Dalhausser and Gibb-Rosenthal of The United States. We spoke with Todd Rogers after that match last night. Today's matches, scores and live streams below.
Women's Main Draw Games Today
|Bansley-Maloney||vs.||Maria Clara-Carol 0-2 (17-21, 15-21)|
|Candelas-Garcia||vs.||Kessy-Ross 2-0 (22-20, 21-17)|
|Cook-Hinchley||vs.||Maria Clara-Carol AUS forfeit (injury)|
|Lima-Vivian||vs.||Candelas-Garcia 2-0 (21-14, 21-17)|
Men's main draw games, results and live streams after the jump.
The second day of main draw action continues from Quebec City, Canada on the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour. There are two remaining women's and three remaining men's teams from Canada left in the tournament. Each Canadian team has already had their first loss of this double elimination main draw, so they must win out their remaining games for a chance at the podium. Live streams, matches and results below.
Canadian Women's Team in Main Draw
More Canadian and American matches after the jump.
Today marks the end of another stop on the 2011 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour. The women's event has already completed and the Brazil powerhouse of Juliana-Larissa claiming another gold medal over Xue-Zhang Xi of China. On the men's side of the tournament, the gold medal match is about to begin and we have the live streaming links so you can watch it along with us.
Live streams and video links after the jump.
Main draw action begins today at the Prague stop on the 2011 Swatch FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour. Two of the four Canadian teams have made it through the qualificaiton round. Martin Reader and Chaim Schalk lost first round to Varenhorst-Stiekema from the Netherlands and Christian Redmann and Ben Saxton were defeated in the second round to the Russian team of Romashkin-Hudyakov.
Rich Van Huizen and Josh Binstock made their way to the main draw by defeating Brits Garcia-Thompson-Grotowski in the third round of the qualificaiton round. They are seeded 30th going into the main draw and have their first round match up against the Brazillian powerhouse of Marcio Araujo-Ricardo.
Maverick Hatch and Sam Schachter (playing in their third FIVB event) have also made the main draw by ways of Estonia's Vesik-Jaani. Mav and Sam only had 18 entry points going into this tournament, so making the main draw on their third event together is big for them. They are seeded 32nd of 32 teams and will be playing Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser from The United States. Phil and Todd are ranked first in the world, are defending Olympic gold medalists and have won both men's stops this year on the 2011 FIVB tour.
So both Canadian men's teams have their work cut out for them tomorrow, but getting playing experience against two of the best teams in the world is priceless. Check out the live streams below to watch our Canadian men take on the best in the world tomorrow.
Canadian Teams in the Main Draw
|Binstock-Van Huizen||vs.||Marcio Araujo-Ricardo||6:00 a.m. EST|
|Hatch-Schachter||vs.||Rogers-Dalhausser||5:00 a.m. EST|
Live stream links after the jump.