Jul 31, 2012
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Beach volleyball: Brazil overcome gutsy Germans
Brazil's Talita Da Rocha Antunes and Maria Antonelli needed 11 match points to overcome German resistance 2-1 at the Olympic women's beach volleyball tournament on Tuesday to go through to the knockout phase.
Olympics: No evidence that sex spoils sport
Sanne Keizer of the Netherlands signals the play to her teammate Marleen van Iersel as Spain's Elsa Baquerizo McMillan is seen in the background during their women's beach volleyball preliminary round match at the London 2012 Olympics Games at the Horses Guards Parade July 29, 2012.
'The King' arrives at royal Horse Guards Parade
Brazil's Emanuel and Alison, the defending world champions and top-ranked team in the world, needed an extended third set to win their opening match in the Olympic beach volleyball tournament Sunday, beating Austrians Clemens Doppler and Alexander Horst 19-21, 21-17, 16-14. In a match dampened by the first rain at the rollicking Horse Guards Parade ... (more)