Mike Dodd, 1996 Olympic silver medalist, joins Paper Courts

He was there for beach volleyball's inaugural appearance in the Olympic Games -- and he came away with a silver medal. Listen to the podcast here! Mike Dodd, partnered with Mike Whitmarsh, cemented his legacy as one of beach volleyball's greats in Atlanta in 1996, though his legacy goes far beyond what he did on …

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Mike Dodd, five time Manhattan Beach Open winner, joins Paper Courts

It wouldn't be wrong to put Mike Dodd on the Mount Rushmore of beach volleyball. The man won five Manhattan Beach Opens and secured a silver medal in the 1996 Olympic Games, the first in which beach volleyball was a sport. On Paper Courts, we discuss his first love of basketball, being drafted by the …

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Karch Kiraly, the Greatest of All Time, joins Paper Courts

There has never been a point in which Karch Kiraly has not met success. Listen in to his conversation with Travis Mewhirter In high school, he won a state championship. At UCLA, where he majored in, of all things, biochemistry, he won three national titles. As a member of the United States indoor national team, …

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Sean Scott, former AVP champion, joins Paper Courts

Most first heard Sean Scott's name in 1999, when he earned the AVP Rookie of the Year. Over the next 13 years of his career, he would win 24 tournaments, rising to the top of the AVP ranks with partner John Hyden. On the podcast, Scott will discuss with Travis Mewhirter his upbringings in volleyball-mad …

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