What is beach volleyball?

Beach Volleyball

Beach volleyball, or sand volleyball, is an Olympic team sport played by two teams of two players on a sand court divided by a net.

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Swatch FIVB World Championships - Results - Medals Table
2 9 Czech Republic 1 ... Norway 1 ... International beach volleyball FIVB World Ranking Olympic Games World Tour World Championships World Youth Championships Pan American Games Central American ...
Laura Molina (beach Volleyball)
... Laura Molina (born December 11, 1986) is a beach volleyball player from El Salvador, who represents his native country at the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ... She also played a the NORCECA Beach Volleyball Circuit in 2007, 2008 and 2009 ...
Common Injuries Among Beach Volleyball Athletes
... A study was conducted at the 2001 Beach Volleyball Championships on injuries among beach volleyball players ... Another common injury in volleyball is anterior cruciate ligament injuries because of the jumping and pivoting ... Interest in this tape has surged after American beach volleyball player and gold medallist Kerri Walsh wore it at the 2008 Beijing Olympics ...
The Smart Woman Survival Guide - Cast - Guest Experts
... Conrad Leinemann, Beach Volleyball Olympian, finished 9th at the Sydney Olympic Games, and is a Pan Am Games Gold Medalist, with a 100+ km/h serve ... Mark Heese, Beach Volleyball Olympian ... Mark brought home Canada’s first medal in beach volleyball in the Atlanta Olympic Games in 1996 ...
Swatch FIVB World Championships
... The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships is an international beach volleyball double-gender championship held every two years ... The first official edition of this event, was the 1997 Beach Volleyball World Championships in Los Angeles, California ...

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