Misty Elizabeth May-Treanor has now retired from competition and is one of the best beach volleyball athletes. She helped the US team win the gold medal at the 2012 London Summer Olympics, the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics.

With 112 championships, she was named one of the winners. The female volleyball player was very successful and was then introduced to the Volleyball Hall of Fame four years after she officially retired. Currently, she is taking care of her 3 children.

Misty May was voted AVP’s Most Valuable Player in 2005, 2006 and 2007 and was the most winning beach volleyball player of all time as well as holding the world record for most beach tournament wins. consecutive sea (15) with the record of consecutive match wins (90). Misty May Treanor is one of only three players to be named AVCA Player of the Year.


He was born on June 7, 1969 and American Samoan paired with Dain Blanton to win a gold medal in beach volleyball at the 2000 Olympic Games. He has played professionally for over 16 years, and has participated in over 200 Tournaments.

Fonoimoana has won at least one tournament in 7 consecutive years from 1998 to 2004. He is the most valuable former AVP player and in the top 10 for all-time leagues played. Eric Fonoimoana earned more than $ 1 million playing beach volleyball.

He was born in Manhattan Beach, California and studied at Mira Costa High School and later UCSB. 2002 was the peak year of Fonoimoana, in which he reached the AVP finals 6 times and won 4 titles with his then-partner Dax Holdren. In the same year, Fonoimoana was named by her colleagues AVP’s Most Valuable Player.

In the spring of 2000, Fonoimoana founded the non-profit Dig-Kids 501-C3 children’s educational organization. This helped children in urban cities excel in schools, volleyball and other subjects. Other athletics. Dig 4 Kids has helped over 3.45 children learn the importance of education and fitness. As the CEO of D4K, he personally helped raise more than $ 1,038,000 for children.