Anders Mol, Christian Sorum stoked not only on Paris gold medal, but just to play healthy again
Put the gold medal aside for just a moment. The prize money won by Anders Mol and Christian Sorum on Sunday afternoon in Paris will hit their bank accounts soon enough. The 1,200 points they earned for seeding purposes are, when it comes to the Norwegians, mostly irrelevant anyway; they
Katja Stam, Raisa Schoon celebrate birthday in style, with a gold medal in Roland Garros
On Monday, Katja Stam and Raisa Schoon will have celebrated a combined 45 birthdays. It’s unlikely that this one will ever be topped.
Festival feel awaits back-to-back Dubai Challenge events
Beach volleyball players and fans will experience a thrilling fortnight on and off the sand when two Beach Pro Tour Dubai Challenge events take place back-to-back next month.
Dubai, UAE - 1st
Subic Bay, Philippines
The Hague, Netherlands
Graudina-Samoilova, Stam-Schoon both record momentous wins in reaching Paris final
On how many occasions had Tina Graudina and Anastasija Samoilova played Brazilians Eduarda 'Duda' Lisboa and Ana Patricia Ramos without a win? Four? Five? Six? Graudina didn’t know. And, at any rate, what did the record matter, anyway?
Christian Sorum, Anders Mol, and the scariest two words in volleyball: 'We're back'
Just moments after securing an uninterrupted dismantling of Chile’s Marco and Esteban Grimalt in the semifinals of the Paris Elite16, Christian Sorum spoke what might just be the two most terrifying words in beach volleyball: “We’re back.”
Brouwer-Meeuwsen looking to get over 'haunting' miss in Hamburg with gold in Paris
Nearly two months later, Alex Brouwer still can’t forget about it.
Cheng-Flint, Nuss-Kloth emerge from Pool C to continue run in Paris Elite16
Let’s rewind the tape, shall we? Run it back. Only this time, let’s take arguably the best rivalry on the AVP Tour – Kelly Cheng and Betsi Flint vs. Kristen Nuss and Taryn Kloth – and move it from the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona, and drop it onto an
Switzerland, Brazil out to dominant starts at the Paris Elite16
The most lopsided score of the Paris Elite16 thus far – Nina Brunner and Tanja Huberli’s 21-6 second set victory over France’s Lezana Placette and Alexia Richard – is also something of a strange one, not only because of the vast difference in points scored, but because of how deceiving
Pool B: The pool of brotherly love
Pool B in this weekend’s Paris Elite16 is both metaphorically and literally a family affair. Of the four teams in the pool, two – Norway’s Anders Mol and Christian Sorum, and Hendrik Mol and Mathias Berntsen – include actual brothers, with the elder, Hendrik, battling with his World Championship-winning brother,