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Heidrich and Gerson win their first World Tour gold medal in Qinzhou

Qinzhou, China, November 3, 2019 – In their 25th tournament together in the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour, Switzerland’s Adrian Heidrich and Mirco Gerson made a follow-up to their bronze medal win in Lucerne, this time two places up at the Qinzhou 3-star.

Heidrich and Gerson kept their unbeaten run in the tournament, concluding it with a 2-0 (21-13, 21-6) victory over Austria’s Martin Ermacora and Moritz Pristauz in the men’s final.

“We played a really good match and we just focused on our side. We served really well and played good defence. That forced them to have many mistakes. Normally we would start with a lot of errors, but fortunately in this match we did not.” Heidrich said.

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In the all -Russian bronze medal match, Samoday and Velichko prevailed against Ruslan Bykanov and Alexander Likholetov 2-0 (16-21, 22-20, 15-8).

“This last match was the most difficult because of the weather and our opponents,” Velichko said. “We know each other very well that’s why it was difficult for us, but we pushed ourselves to the limit and get the best result for this game.

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