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2011 Manhattan Beach Open - Jose Cuervo Pro Beach Volleyball

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  • Location: South side of the Manhattan Beach Pier
    Manhattan Beach, California 90266
Tournament Dates Friday, August 26, 2011 to Sunday, August 28, 2011
Qualifier Date Thursday, August 25, 2011
Registration Deadline Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 11:59 PM Pacific Standard Time
Men's Registration
Women's Registration
Seeding Seeding for the Manhattan Beach Open - Jose Cuervo Series will be based on the USA Volleyball (USAV) National Ranking System.
Location South side of the Manhattan Beach Pier
Tournament Format 64 Team Draw - Double Elimination (46 automatic berths and 2 wildcard berths)
Qualifier Format Single elimination to qualify last 16 teams into the Main Draw
Cost $200 per team ($100 per player – each partner registers separately)
Prize Money $200,000 - Top 32 teams paid

Manhattan Beach Open
Manhattan Beach is probably most famous for its beach volleyball and the grand daddy of beach volleyball tournaments, the Manhattan Beach Open. Since 1960 this tournament, which started as an amateur event and is now part of the professional volleyball player's tour, has been a popular Summertime activity. The Manhattan Beach Open is the only professional volleyball tournament in which amateurs are able to "place into" the event through pre-qualifying rounds. Many local residents have participated in the tournament and some have won the tournament including U.S. Olympic Silver Medalist, Mike Dodd. Winners of the tournament are memorialized with bronze volleyball-shaped plaques in the "Volleyball Walk of Fame" which spans the length of the Manhattan Beach Pier.
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