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Rio 2016 Olympics: Volleyball

Faster, higher, rustier: Medals from Rio Olympics damaged

More than 100 athletes from around the world say the medals they won at the Rio Olympics are damaged. The IOC and Rio organizers plan to replace them with new medals.Among those with defective medals..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •CJMESeattle Times

US athletes have returned hundreds of rusty Rio Olympics medals to be replaced

Gold-winning wrestlers Kyle Snyder and Helen Maroulis and volleyball star Kerri Walsh Jennings among more than 100 sportsmen and women affected
Independent

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Sports Briefing: Several Athletes Have Defective Medals From Rio Olympics

The American wrestlers Kyle Snyder and Helen Maroulis and the beach volleyball star Kerri Walsh Jennings are among at least 100 athletes with damaged medals.
NYTimes.com

Beach Volleyball Hoping For A “Spike” In Viewers With New Deal

Every four years, beach volleyball players capture the attention of their home nations as the best of the best go head to head at the Summer Olympic Games.
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Beach volleyball hopes ESPN draws Olympic fans

*By The Canadian Press* Beach volleyball has a new ally as it tries to grow from an Olympic phenomenon to an every-year attraction: ESPN. The sports network will broadcast the World Series of..
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