2011 Pan American Games Beach Volleyball schedule from USA Volleyball. To be shown on ESPN Desportes and ESPN3. There are also live video streams of some of the women’s games.
 
Three American men’s pairs, led by Matt Fuerbringer and Nick Lucena, landed top ten placements at the final FIVB 2011 Swatch World tour event in Agadir, Morocco on October 9th. As winter approaches, they will resume training for the final leg of the Summer Olympics qualifying period, where the final U.S. beach volleyball ticket to London is up for grabs.
 
Mbebui Chafeh, former All-American at Cal State San Bernardino, paused for an interview. She recently won the made-for-TV “Best of the Beach” collegians event and competed in the World University Games in August in China.
 
19 Year Old beach Volleyball player pushes to save city beach from privatization. In Adelaide Australia, nineteen-year-old social volleyball player Julia Kaminski has started an online petition calling on the council to retain the beach volleyball center. The council was considering selling City Beach. The council said they were reviewing assets which were “financially under-performing”
 
Emily Podschweit, libero at unbeaten, nationally ranked, defending Class 5A champion Chaparral High School in Denver, is recognized as one of the country’s best young beach volleyball players, yet lives nowhere near a beach. She was introduced to the sand game at age 12 through the traveling Association of Beach Volleyball Professionals (AVP) tour. PrepVolleyball.com has named Podschweit one of the top 150 recruits in the nation.
 
Pompano Beach volleyball coach encourages beach volleyball for his players during summer. The coach, Billy Strachan, of the Pompano Beach Golden Tornadoes, had some good advice.
“I encourage my girls to play on the beach in the summer because you get a million reps, and you see the ball coming at you in different ways,” Strachan said. “You learn to read the hitter faster.” He also praised the conditioning benefits of playing on the beach — running on the sand is much tougher than on a hard court — and said switching between versions of the game keeps players from burning out mentally.
 
 
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