Dear Beach Volleyball Community

So far, we only knew a scenario like the current one from the fiction of various apocalypse movies. In reality, of course, none of us really have any idea how to deal with it. Only one thing unites us in this challenging time: the certainty that we have to put down everything that is not directly related to the elimination of the virus. A logical conclusion that, however, has a dramatic impact on all of us.

Experts are now predicting that the pandemic will peak in July and August. And that, in turn, means for us that currently, nobody can assume the responsibility to approach the implementation of the planned events with a clear conscience and with full conviction. After extensive discussions with the International Federation, our sponsors as well as partners and representatives from the cities of Vienna and Hamburg, we decided to cancel the two Major tournaments. And we can no longer contribute to the upgrade of the event in Gstaad.

We are sad to announce this decision. At the moment, we only have hope that the global crisis will soon subside and be under control. Then we will start the work to realize our events in 2021 with full energy and unwavering commitment.

My thanks go to everyone who has shared and supported our enthusiasm for beach volleyball over the past 25 years. I firmly believe that we will be able to provide proof of our subline again next year:

Goosebumps don't lie - See you @ the Beach!

Your Hannes Jagerhofer for the Beach Majors team
Founder of the Beach Volleyball Major Series

2018-08-18 21:22:00 CEST

Formidable Vikings on top of the World

Super Scandinavians storm to World Tour Finals glory

Anders and Christian celebrate their brilliant victoryAnders and Christian celebrate their brilliant victory

Two months ago, Anders Mol and Christian Sørum had never won a World Tour gold medal. Fast forward to today and the new beach kids on the block are on top of the beach volleyball world.

The new undisputed stars of beach volleyball are Norwegian Vikings – and the formidable youngsters claimed their biggest catch of their careers by netting FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Finals presented by Vodafone title in Hamburg – and a check for a cool 150,000 US Dollars.

By putting Poland’s Michal Bryl and Grzegorz Fijalek to the sword, 21-19, 21-17, Anders and Christian completed an incredible four-timer, as they added to their successive gold medals won at the European Championships and both the Vienna and Gstaad Major Series titles.

The rising stars of the sand are only 22 and 21-year-old, yet their win over the Poles came just 13 days after they had taken gold away from the same team in the final in Vienna.

"We just feel it’s a great payback for all the hard work we’ve put it," said Anders.

Christian added: "We know there’s still a lot we can improve. For us, it’s just about playing as well as we can. We’ll work very hard this coming offseason to come back even stronger next season."

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They've done it! The BeachVolley Vikings are victorious yet again! Huge congratulations to our 2018 #HamburgFinals men's champions 🇳🇴🏐🏆🥇 Watch everything again on demand at

There was to be disappointment for the German fans who packed the Red Bull Beach Arena for the bronze medal match as home favorites Clemens Wickler and Julius Thole were beaten by Piotr Kantor and Bartosz Losiak. The German rising stars, just 21 and 23 years old, took the first set but could not hold on, losing 21-19, 15-21, 13-15 to the Polish pair who went one better than their fourth place here 12 months ago.

The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Finals presented by Vodafone comes to its conclusion on Sunday with the women’s semifinal and medal matches. All four matches will be streamed live on the Beach Major Series BeachStream channel.

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