On July 26th and 27th, nearly 500 AAU members flocked to the beach to compete in the West Coast AAU Junior Olympic Games’ Beach Volleyball competition. More than fifty courts were set up on Hermosa Beach in California for the 241 teams from three different countries to show off their skills.
Most of the teams came from California, but a whopping 51 teams traveled all the way from Texas to compete in the two day event! Florida had the third most with 26 teams. One of the Florida teams was invited to the USA HP Camp in Hermosa but decided they wanted to compete in the West Coast AAU Junior Olympic Games instead. They were unable to qualify in their own area, so they traveled to a neighboring state to participate in a qualifying tournament! Although this may not be uncommon for other sports, it is a testament to the growth of beach volleyball and the quality event of the West Coast AAU Junior Olympic Games and we are so ecstatic that they chose to participate in our AAU event!
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Nov. 27, 2017) - Sports Destination Management, the leading publication with the largest circulation of sports event planners and tournament directors in the sports tourism market, today announced the 2017 Champions of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism. This year’s winners are responsible for contributing more than $400 million to the national economy over the past year.
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