Lausanne, Switzerland, March 11, 2013 – A dedicated webpage for the Beach Volleyball Open competitions for 2013 is now live on FIVB.org
Visitors will find the latest news on each competition, an event calendar and a global map.
The FIVB Open tournaments will get underway in Fuzhou in south-east China from April 24 to 28 and conclude in...
ST. PETERSBURG — Those memorable spikes, dives and grunts from the 2012 Olympics beach volleyball matches may possibly be seen and heard here later this year.
Representatives of the Association of Volleyball Professionals, including owner Donald Sun, are scheduled to visit Thursday to consider the city as a potential tournament location.
"It looks like they are scouting sites in downtown," said Dave Punzak, chairman of the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce.
Long Beach, Calif. - On a beautiful day in Long Beach, the 49er Sand Volleyball team opened the season with a huge win, defeating No. 4 Florida State 4-1 on Tuesday. No. 2 Long Beach State earned wins from No. 5 to No. 2, with the only loss coming at No. 1.
Tyler Jackson and Janisa Johnson started the day off for the 49ers with a straight set win over the Pellitteri sisters of Florida State, winning at No. 5 21-16, 21-19 behind 16 kills and 19 digs from the senior Johnson. Jocelyn Neely and Lauren Minkel then...
Skegness is a long way from Brazil’s sun-kissed Copacabana beach, but the Lincolnshire seaside town, better known for its bracing east winds, could become home to a new national beach sports arena under an ambitious plan announced on Friday.
The privately owned Skegness Beach Stadium company is...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida State sand volleyball team opens the 2013 campaign ranked fourth in the nation in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Preseason Poll released Monday.
The Seminoles, who finished with a 15-0 dual match record in the regular season a year ago, are behind only defending national champion No. 1 Pepperdine, defending runner-up No. 2 Long Beach State and No. 3 Southern California. Read More