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17-06-2014

BERLIN BEACH GRAND SLAM MAIN DRAW FOR GALLAY-KLUG

After Moscow now the Argentine pair starts at the Berlin Main Draw

Berlin, Germany, June 17, 2014 - The Argentine Ana Gallay-Georgina Klug keep on their international experience and development playing against the best teams of the World at Berlin Beach Grand Slam Main Draw. The stop double-gender shows the Argentine pair starting at the main competition.

This confirms the good path for the Argentine Women pair at the FIVB World Tour. The participation of the light blue - white jersey pair of Ana Gallay-Georgina Klug, as part of the continuous work of the Argentine National Teams growth boosted by the FeVA Beach Volleyball National Secretariat, the ENARD and the National Sport Secretariat. The continuous effort of the management of beach volleyball at all stages added to the utmost performance of Gallay-Klug training all year without stop gives its harvest, they add at the most important World Beach competitions points and good results.

Gallay-Klug stand [23] among the 24 pairs that are confirmed already for the Main Draw in Berlin. Once the Qualy this Tuesday ends, eight more pairs will join the Main Draw, played on the preliminary round on four-team pools. At that moment the Argentine pair will know their first rivals (Wednesday and Thursday morning).

At the present World Beach Volleyball season Gallay-Klug obtained their best result as pair at a FIVB Grand Slam. It was in Shanghai, China, obtaining an historical never happened ninth place for Argentine Beach Volleyball.

Also for Berlin are registered Pablo Bianchi-Julian Azaad, at the Men's competition but up to know they stand as reservation pair at this important World Beach Volleyball Stop.

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