the cbva promotes volleyball by conducting outdoor volleyball events while striving for the highest possible standards for players, tournament directors, members and sponsors. HBHS Museum Beach Volleyball Hall of Fame located inside the HBHS museum.
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The Beach Volleyball Hall of Fame is located in the Hermosa Beach Historical Society museum, at 710 Pier Avenue, Hermosa Beach CA, 90254 US Ceremony Each fall, the Hall of Fame committee solicits nominations from the beach volleyball community for the next class of inductees.
All-Time Great Beach Female Player. Holly McPeak had a successful career on the beach, winning Olympic bronze in 2004. She won 72 beach titles and became the first woman to reach $1 million in career earnings. Holly was inducted into the International Volleyball Hall of Fame in 2004. View Bio.
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The USA Volleyball Hall of Fame honors players, coaches officials and other leaders in the sport. Every year, volleyball legends and stars of the sport are inducted into the Hall of Fame as presented at the Dorothy C. Boyce Banquet. This year’s Hall of Fame induction gala has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Born: December 13, 1960 Enshrined: 2008 Country: United States Category: Male Beach Player
TUCSON, Ariz. – Former Arizona Softball player Lovieanne Jung was inducted into the National Softball Hall of Fame on Saturday in Greensboro, N.C. Jung was one of nine inductees in the 2020 class. Jung, an Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist with Team USA in 2004 and 2008, a two-time Pan American Games Gold Medalist, and a two-time WBSC World ...
He was inducted into College Football Hall of Fame in 2005 and the USC Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999. He also was an outfielder on USC's 1973 and 1974 College World Series champion baseball teams. After USC, Davis played in the NFL, WFL, CFL and USFL, then became an actor and a real estate developer in Southern California.