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  • Don't spike volleyball at Rash Field [Letter]

    As a member of Baltimore Beach Volleyball for the past three years, I take strong exception to how volleyball at Rash Field is viewed so negatively by The Sun ("Inner Harbor reborn," Nov. 17). Being a new resident of the city several years ago,...
  • McKenna is mighty for Lightning

    McKenna is mighty for Lightning
    At 5-foot-7, Sage Hill School junior Halland McKenna does not tower over many people on the volleyball court. The height certainly isn't short outside of the gym. It certainly is short, though, for a high school outside hitter, even at a small school...
  • Misty May-Treanor pregnant

    Misty May-Treanor pregnant
    When Misty May-Treanor was asked all for that she had to be thankful, the three-time Olympic gold medalist said she is grateful to be starting a family. May-Treanor, the beach volleyball legend, said she is about three months pregnant with her first...
  • Briefs: Cairns leads way

    Ian Cairns of Laguna Beach is leading the first PacSun USA Longboard Team in competition as its head coach this week at the ISA World Longboard Championships at Huanchaco, Peru. The team consists of returning ISA World Team members Tony Silvagni...
  • Weekend preview: Beauty more than skin deep at Model Beach Volleyball

    Weekend preview: Beauty more than skin deep at Model Beach Volleyball
    Former Miami Heat star Shaquille O’Neal doesn’t miss many slam dunks. Nana Meriwether is a slam dunk, and Shaq missed it. Meriwether, who will travel from her home in New York to take part in the fifth annual Wild Fox Model Beach...
  • Weekend Preview: Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Nina Agdal... Any questions?

    Weekend Preview: Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Nina Agdal... Any questions?
    When the 2013 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue is published on Tuesday, Nina Agdal will be as anxious as you are to see the cover. She may be on it. If so, it will not be the only thing she has in common with last year’s wildly popular cover...
  • Model Beach Volleyball returning to South Beach next month

    Model Beach Volleyball returning to South Beach next month
    You remember the annual Model Beach Volleyball Tournament last year on South Beach, right? The one that included Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Nina Agdal, “Dancing With the Stars” temptress Joanna Krupa … oh, and actor James...
  • Gene Selznick dies at 82; beach volleyball player pioneered sport in Southern California

    Gene Selznick dies at 82; beach volleyball player pioneered sport in Southern California
    Gene Selznick, a beach volleyball player who pioneered the sport in Southern California and twice coached U.S. teams in the Olympics, died Sunday at Kindred Hospital in Los Angeles. He was 82. His family said he had multiple health issues, including...
  • Sportsworld delivers in the end, beats UPS Store

    The final regular-season game in the Laguna Beach Little League AAA Division was a close contest between Sportsworld and UPS Store until the final innings, where division champion Sportsworld pulled away to score an 11-2 victory. UPS starting pitcher...
  • Another Preakness distraction: beach volleyball in the Infield

    Another Preakness distraction: beach volleyball in the Infield
    One of the many competitions taking place in the Infield at Pimlico today -- along with the bikini contest, a 64-team cornhole tournament and some kind of competitive eating event you couldn't pay me to watch -- is the National Volleyball League’s...
  • Business leaders propose walking bridge, light shows, waterfront park for Inner Harbor

    While the city reviews proposals to invigorate the Inner Harbor, the Greater Baltimore Committee unveiled a vision of its own, highlighted by a pedestrian bridge that would link the north and south shores, allowing visitors for the first time to walk a...