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Eva

It’s time for number 13, Eva Gädda, copywriter and a dear friend.

Working as a freelancer, she is not only a writer but also a mastermind for communication strategies. 713 more words

April Ross and Phil Dalhauser Named USA Volleyball Beach Players of the Year

April Ross (Courtesy of FIVB)

USA Volleyball has named April Ross its 2014 Beach Female Player of the Year. It is the fourth time she has received the honor. 332 more words

Olympics

Many clicks!

The last post here received almost one thousand clicks, many times more than “normal”. The most surprising thing about it was that I had visitors from many countries. 102 more words

Volleyray

Stavanger 2014

Siden vi er inne i en mørk tid her i landet tenkte jeg å lyse opp med noen fargebilder igjen. Fra vår nyere historie. Om noen av dere skulle være interessert i fotografering, kan jeg også gi bakgrunnen for disse bildene. 270 more words

Volleyball Historie

When life gives you limes...

It’s citrus harvesting season here in Southern California, and Bridget’s lime tree has outdone itself this year! Did you know that citrus juice freezes very well and you can use ice cube trays to make lime cubes perfect for dropping into your water bottle for some extra Vitamin C and flavor? 240 more words

Beach Volleyball

Nov 22nd - USA Beach Volleyball Jr Beach Tour

On November 22, 2014 I participated in the USA Beach Volleyball Jr Beach premier winter series in Hermosa Beach with Nicci Reinking.  Nicci and I had been trying to get together to play in a tournament for most of the summer.  105 more words

Maddie Micheletti

Behind the scenes: London 2012

Palatinate, Durham student newspaper

18 October 2012

Behind the scenes at the beach volleyball press box at Horse Guards Parade.

There have been a thousand-and-one articles exclaiming the triumph of the Olympics this summer, and truck-loads of hyperbole deployed, yet, when it came to writing this article, just as when I’ve tried to explain it to friends, I found myself struggling to be more articulate than cooing, “It was just amaaaazing!” 573 more words