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Beach Volleyball

Historic Silver Medal for NAM Beach Volleyball

Historic Silver Medal for NAM Beach Volleyball

1st African Beach Games

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NAM Silver Medal 2019

DTS Beach Volleyball athletes Kim Seebach & Julia Laggner and coach James Verrinder made Namibia proud with a silver medal winning performance for senior female beach volleyball category at the 1st African Beach Games which took place in Sal, Cape Verde, between 14th -23rd June 2019. 

After several great competitions over the last 5 years including 5th place at the CAVB Cup of Nations in 2015 and 7th place at the CAVB Continental Cup Finals in 2016, participating was not enough for Seebach & Laggner, and they set out to dominate their competition, ultimately finishing second overall following Morocco, who won the final.

They beat Morocco & Congo in the pool stages, Angola 2:0 in the quarter final and Kenya 2:0 in the semifinals. With a guaranteed medal to take home, they played Morocco again for the gold medal. Morocco produced their best performance of the Games and won the final 2:0, 21-18, 21:15 which left the NAM girls with a historic Silver Medal.

Next up for the Namibian women’s beach volleyball team is a trip to Morocco for the All African Games in August 2019.

 

 

Historic Silver Medal for NAM Beach Volleyball

1st African Beach Games

sal, cape verde

NAM Silver Medal 2019

DTS Beach Volleyball athletes Kim Seebach & Julia Laggner and coach James Verrinder made Namibia proud with a silver medal winning performance for senior female beach volleyball category at the 1st African Beach Games which took place in Sal, Cape Verde, between 14th -23rd June 2019. 

After several great competitions over the last 5 years including 5th place at the CAVB Cup of Nations in 2015 and 7th place at the CAVB Continental Cup Finals in 2016, participating was not enough for Seebach & Laggner, and they set out to dominate their competition, ultimately finishing second overall following Morocco, who won the final.

They beat Morocco & Congo in the pool stages, Angola 2:0 in the quarter final and Kenya 2:0 in the semifinals. With a guaranteed medal to take home, they played Morocco again for the gold medal. Morocco produced their best performance of the Games and won the final 2:0, 21-18, 21:15 which left the NAM girls with a historic Silver Medal.

Next up for the Namibian women’s beach volleyball team is a trip to Morocco for the All African Games in August 2019.

Sal Games 2019

 

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