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Vanuatu's womens' beach volleyball team: A Fighting Chance

Last month we featured a preview of a new documentary about athletes preparing for the 2016 Olympic Games coming up in August in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil… 24 more words

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HS Roundup: Beach volleyball newest varsity HS sport

Starting in 2017, beach volleyball will become a sanctioned sport as part of the Sunshine Sports Athletic Conference.

The partnership between the SSAC and USA Volleyball was announced Wednesday on the heels of a sprawling education bill that was passed into law on April 14 by Gov. 586 more words

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Some old thing, Different day

I have been in such a rut. I haven’t been posting because really, I don’t feel like we have done anything that great lately that is post-worthy. 146 more words

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Flying & the Myth of the Free Upgrade

For any bigger than your average air traveller…we’ve all wondered…does the free upgrade from Economy to 1st Class or Business ever actually happen ?

Well after years of flying and up to 60 flights in a season for myself and my 6’5″ team-mate it finally happened ! 273 more words

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Canadian Roundup: Medals, hardware and a world-leading time

With less than four months to Rio 2016, Canadians continued to climb podiums and improve their international rankings this past weekend.

Here’s a breakdown of how Canada’s summer sport athletes performed. 855 more words

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Beach Volleyball: Egypt Wins First African Continental Cup

Egypt was able to qualify to the Olympics by winning its first African Beach Volleyball Continental Cup. The Continental Cup features nations with two beach volleyball teams playing against each other. 345 more words

SFU hoping to bring the beach to Bby Mountain, new sand volleyball program could land by '17

BURNABY — Beach volleyball is the fastest growing sport in the NCAA and perhaps the least expensive varsity program to start, and with a myriad of spin-off benefits accompanying it, Simon Fraser University seems to have a plan to buy a lot of sand. 510 more words

Howard Tsumura