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Saturday, January 28, 2023
Database Statistics
  Men Women Total
Players: 12139 9286 21425
Tournaments: 2012 1581 3593
 
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Colleen Harp 60
Marcelo Roberts 58
Missy Ross 54
John Laidlaw 50
Brett Benfield 50
Pius Janwarin 49
Ines Balaco 49
Tina Turnerova 48
Adriano Paco 47
Jerome Auclair 46
Adrian Caravano 46
Nuno Teixeira 46
Sasa Momic 46
Homi Cathalina 45
Karin Haider 44
Denitsa Dimitrova 43
Marion Marquet 42
Kyle Olson 42
Simone Ortega 41
Zi Qian Zhang 41
Jamee Stimson 38
Elisa Hasu 38
Parviz Samadov 37
Priscilla Jupe 37
Matteo Martino 36
Fernando Magalhaes 36
Alessia Golinelli 36
Sarah Battaglene 35
Anna Alova 33
Siv Skjong 32
Daniela Traxler 32
Raffaele Cionna 32
Lydia McCormack 32
Laura Avena 32
Tiziano Andreatta 31
Vicente Salasar 31
Christofer Lewin 30
Viktoria Nesterov 30
Maksym Cherpak 28
Progress Gasa 28
Gabrielle Love 26
Katja Mihalinec 26
Michal Witkos 25
Bradley Gyemi 25
Rabahi Djilali 25
Paul Nicole 23
Ermal Maliqi 21
Leon Meier 21
Dmytro Hladyr 20
Ahmed Mansour 20
Zan Zajc 20
 
 
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1/27/2023
Undefeated Bryl & Losiak, Mol & Sorum safely into Doha last six
Michal Bryl and Bartosz Losiak continued their winning streak at the Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour Finals in Doha. In their only match on Friday, the Poles came back from a set down to claim their third victory in Pool A and a spot among the last six of the tournament. Top-seeded Anders Mol and Christian Sorum also improved to 3-0...

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Brunner & Huberli back to winning ways in Doha
While Katja Stam and Raisa Schoon of the Netherlands were the first team to secure advancement beyond the pool stage of the Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour Finals in Doha, Swiss pair Nina Brunner and Tanja Huberli got really close to it by conquering their second Pool B win on Friday.

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Germany announce teams for 2023
With the 2023 Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour beginning next week, the German Volleyball Federation has announced which beach volleyball duos will receive support as part of the country’s national team in the upcoming international season. The seven teams selected – four women's, and three men's – will represent the German Federation and the country’s Olympic Committee...

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1/26/2023
Carambula & Ranghieri fight back to start Doha Finals with a win
Adrian Carambula and Alex Ranghieri’s wild card for the Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour Finals in Doha started paying off with their first match in the Qatari capital on Thursday. In the Pool A opening match on centre court, the recently reunited Italian pair fought back from a set down against Andre Stein and George Wanderley to celebrate victory.

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Stam & Schoon lose and win three-setters on day one in Doha
It was a pretty heavy first day for Katja Stam and Raisa Schoon at Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour Finals in Doha. On Thursday, the third-seeded Dutch team played two hard-fought three-setters, losing the first one after winning the first set, and winning the second one after losing the first set. There were plenty of ups and downs in both women’s pools...

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Beach Pro Tour welcomes ‘best ever’ new MIKASA ball
An all new, state-of-the-art and eco-friendly beach volleyball is in town on the Beach Pro Tour – promising faster and more exciting gameplay for players and fans around the world. The new ball, officially titled the MIKASA Beach Pro BV550C, will make its debut at the Beach Pro Tour Finals in Doha, with the first serve set for 26 January.

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How likely is Brazilian domination in Doha?
Will the Brazilian ladies dominate in Doha? Is Duda the best player in the world and will she prove it again in Qatar? Those are some of the questions beach volleyball fans will ask themselves ahead of the women’s competition at the Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour Finals this week, from January 26 through 29.

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1/25/2023
9 Things You Didn’t Know About Tim Brewster
I’m so stoked to be writing this article for AVP and for the opportunity to share a little bit more about myself. I hope you enjoy learning more about my life outside of volleyball. I’m in my second semester of law school, and let’s just say… it’s really freaking hard. But I also love it! I graduated from UCLA in December 2021 and knew I wanted to continue my education, but I wasn’t sure where or what that would look like.

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SANDCAST Mailbag: What happened to Tri and Trevor? What’s Phil Dalhausser up to?
HERMOSA BEACH, Calif. — It has exceeded all hype, this off-season. A few wintry months were expected to be mostly devoid of fireworks and partnership changes and drama, especially on the men’s side, where it appeared that most pairings were quite set. And even though Theo Brunner didn’t initiate the eventual cascade of changes, he knew it wouldn’t have made much sense for the top four U.S. men’s teams to stay as they were.

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Beach Update: Two U.S. Teams in World Tour Final
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (January 25, 2023) – Two U.S. women’s beach teams are in Doha, Qatar, for the Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour Finals, which run January 26-29. The team of Kristen Nuss/Taryn Kloth is one of eight teams that qualified for the finals. Nuss/Kloth are ranked eighth in the world after a 2022 season that included a gold in a futures event and five top-five finishes in elite 16 events.

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Volleyball World transforms trash into treasure with unique trophy
Doha, Qatar, January 25, at the Beach Pro Tour Finals 2022, Volleyball World unveiled a unique trophy. Made not from gold or silver, but something more significant – recycled plastic from the beaches that volleyball is played on. Made entirely from recycled plastic collected from the world’s beaches the trophy symbolises sustainability and the need to keep our beaches clean. It is the first step in Volleyball World’s commitment to cleaner beaches.

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Jan 26-29, 2023 FIVB Beach Pro Tour Finals, Doha, Qatar M US$400,000
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