Most fans go to indoor stadiums to watch top volleyball matches but when you want a more open space you can search for beach volleyball. The United States is used to dominating volleyball indoors but at beach volleyball there are still monsters to help them dominate.

If you are passionate about volleyball with extremely attractive beach battles, then choosing the reputable bookmaker to make a bet is something to think about. Let’s find out who is the greatest American athlete in the beach volleyball tournament.


Misty Elizabeth May-Treanor has now retired from competition and is one of the best beach volleyball players. She helped the US team win the gold medal at the 2012 London Summer Olympics. Also, 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. She 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. She was the most winning beach volleyball player of all time. The athlete held the world record for most beach tournament victories ​​in a row (15). She also held a record of consecutive match wins (90). Misty May Treanor is one of only three players to be named AVCA Player of the Year.


Born in 1971 in Laguna Beach, California and won a gold medal in beach volleyball during the 2000 Olympic Games, with partner Eric Fonoimoana. He returned to the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece with partner Jeff Nygaard, one of the only players in volleyball history to win a championship at every level of the game (college, Olympic and professional).

As a high school student in 1990, Blanton was selected as Orange County Player of the Year. He was also the Pacific Coast Federation’s Most Valuable Player and won all-American titles at the Olympics. Junior. Blanton is also a basketball player of all states who led Laguna Beach to the 1990 CIF Finals.

He attended Pepperdine University, where he was American and guided The Waves to the 1992 National Volleyball Championship. That was when he was a sophomore. He also held the AVP record for 11 matches in a match. to 15 in Vail, Colorado in 1997. After winning gold at the 2000 Olympics, Blanton and Fonoimoana broke their partnership. This was because of the rule changes that took effect in 2001.