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Beach Volleyball

Interpack King & Queen of the Beach 2018

Interpack King & Queen of the Beach 2018

Timeout Beach Series 2018

dts Beach Arena, windhoek

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The second Timeout Beach Series 2018 event of the year, the Interpack King & Queen of the Beach 2018, was hosted at DTS Beach Arena last weekend.

The King & Queen of the Beach concept for this tournament is to find the best individual beach volleyball athlete in the three 2-a-side categories; Men’s, Ladies. The athletes in their own categories are divided into groups of 4 athletes and will play one set matches with each of the other 3 athletes in their group (3 different partners). You not only have to play great beach volleyball to be successful, but you also have to be able to play with different partners that you might not be familiar with. This is a skill in itself and needs to be mastered to be able to succeed at this tournament.

This tournament wouldn’t be possible without the continued support from Red Bull Namibia and Interpack, who are supporting their three Timeout Beach Series 2018 event this year. We are humbled and very thankful by their support of beach volleyball in Namibia.

The Ladies competition saw some of the best beach volleyball athletes in Namibia battle it out for the title of ‘Queen of the Beach’. Including NVF Bank Windhoek NAM Open winner; Rosi Hennes and the Fabupharm Swakop Master 2017 winner Simone von Wietersheim, who were just a few of the top names that made up the field of 8 athletes.

The ladies played in 2 groups of 4 athletes, playing round robin format. The second round again saw 2 groups playing 3 one set matches, with the top two in each group going into the final and the bottom two, playing for places 5-8.

The final four comprised of Rosi Hennes, Dorle Verrinder, Simone von Wietersheim and Karin Curschmann. After a battle royal, Hennes managed to win all her 3 games with the other 3 athletes finishing on one win each and the silver and bronze podium places would be decided on points difference.

Verrinder and Curschmann finished with a record of 21:11, 11:21 & 12:21 (-9 points). They needed to play a game of Volis, first to 5 points, to decide who finished second and third. Verrinder won 5:0 and took second and Curschmann finish 3rd. The Queen of the Beach 2018 title went to Hennes with a very impressive winning record of 21:11, 21:11 & 21:12.

Queen of the Beach 2018

The Men’s category saw 24 athletes take part. It took three rounds of action to find our final four athletes with notable performances from two 17 year olds Stephanus Nambahu and Danilo von Ludwiger, to reaching their first final in the Men’s category.

In the final, the pattern of the day continued with 3 athletes all winning 1 out of 3 matches, with the silver and bronze medals being decided by point’s difference. Danilo von Ludwiger finished in bronze position with -4 points difference and Jan-Eric Sack finished with silver -2 points. But the clear winner was Conrad Johannes winning all his 3 games in the final (21:10, 21:11 & 21:18 and taking the title of King of the Beach.

King of the Beach 2018

In the 4-a-side category, 6 teams battled it out in a round-robin format to try and finish on the podium.

The pool stages saw one team dominate the competition, with Starshine Volleyball Academy won all of their 5 matches. The rest of the teams had to battle it out for 2nd, 3rd and the minor places.

After 15 games were played we saw Phoenix Two finish in 3rd place with a record of 3 wins. This left the Net Violaters to take 2nd place, winning 4 games and only losing to Starshine Volleyball Academy (2:0, 21:13, 21;18). A huge congratulation to Starshine Volleyball Academy, based in Soweto, Katarura, taking the title of 4-a-side Social Mixed King and Queen of the Beach 2017.

4 a side King Queen 2018

 

Official Results:

Men

1st   Conrad Johannes

2nd   Jan-Eric Sack

3rd    Danilo von Ludwiger

Ladies

1st   Rosi Hennes

2nd   Dorle Verrinder

3rd    Karin Curschmann

Social Mixed 4-a-side

1st    Starshine Volleyball Academy

2nd   Net Violaters

3rd    Phoenix Two

Interpack King & Queen of the Beach 2018

Timeout Beach Series 2018

DTS Beach Arena, Windhoek

IMG 5741

 

The second Timeout Beach Series 2018 event of the year, the Interpack King & Queen of the Beach 2018, was hosted at DTS Beach Arena last weekend.

The King & Queen of the Beach concept for this tournament is to find the best individual beach volleyball athlete in the three 2-a-side categories; Men’s, Ladies. The athletes in their own categories are divided into groups of 4 athletes and will play one set matches with each of the other 3 athletes in their group (3 different partners). You not only have to play great beach volleyball to be successful, but you also have to be able to play with different partners that you might not be familiar with. This is a skill in itself and needs to be mastered to be able to succeed at this tournament.

This tournament wouldn’t be possible without the continued support from Red Bull Namibia and Interpack, who are supporting their three Timeout Beach Series 2018 event this year. We are humbled and very thankful by their support of beach volleyball in Namibia.

The Ladies competition saw some of the best beach volleyball athletes in Namibia battle it out for the title of ‘Queen of the Beach’. Including NVF Bank Windhoek NAM Open winner; Rosi Hennes and the Fabupharm Swakop Master 2017 winner Simone von Wietersheim, who were just a few of the top names that made up the field of 8 athletes.

The ladies played in 2 groups of 4 athletes, playing round robin format. The second round again saw 2 groups playing 3 one set matches, with the top two in each group going into the final and the bottom two, playing for places 5-8.

The final four comprised of Rosi Hennes, Dorle Verrinder, Simone von Wietersheim and Karin Curschmann. After a battle royal, Hennes managed to win all her 3 games with the other 3 athletes finishing on one win each and the silver and bronze podium places would be decided on points difference.

Verrinder and Curschmann finished with a record of 21:11, 11:21 & 12:21 (-9 points). They needed to play a game of Volis, first to 5 points, to decide who finished second and third. Verrinder won 5:0 and took second and Curschmann finish 3rd. The Queen of the Beach 2018 title went to Hennes with a very impressive winning record of 21:11, 21:11 & 21:12.

Queen of the Beach 2018

The Men’s category saw 24 athletes take part. It took three rounds of action to find our final four athletes with notable performances from two 17 year olds Stephanus Nambahu and Danilo von Ludwiger, to reaching their first final in the Men’s category.

In the final, the pattern of the day continued with 3 athletes all winning 1 out of 3 matches, with the silver and bronze medals being decided by point’s difference. Danilo von Ludwiger finished in bronze position with -4 points difference and Jan-Eric Sack finished with silver -2 points. But the clear winner was Conrad Johannes winning all his 3 games in the final (21:10, 21:11 & 21:18 and taking the title of King of the Beach.

King of the Beach 2018

In the 4-a-side category, 6 teams battled it out in a round-robin format to try and finish on the podium.

The pool stages saw one team dominate the competition, with Starshine Volleyball Academy won all of their 5 matches. The rest of the teams had to battle it out for 2nd, 3rd and the minor places.

After 15 games were played we saw Phoenix Two finish in 3rd place with a record of 3 wins. This left the Net Violaters to take 2nd place, winning 4 games and only losing to Starshine Volleyball Academy (2:0, 21:13, 21;18). A huge congratulation to Starshine Volleyball Academy, based in Soweto, Katarura, taking the title of 4-a-side Social Mixed King and Queen of the Beach 2017.

4 a side King Queen 2018

 

Official Results:

Men

1st   Conrad Johannes

2nd   Jan-Eric Sack

3rd    Danilo von Ludwiger

Ladies

1st   Rosi Hennes

2nd   Dorle Verrinder

3rd    Karin Curschmann

Social Mixed 4-a-side

1st    Starshine Volleyball Academy

2nd   Net Violaters

3rd    Phoenix Two

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