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Complete workouts with Samoilovs and #StayStrong

Follow the video workouts featured this month and #StayStrong with Latvia's Aleksandrs Samoilovs, here pushng the ball past Chile's Marco Grimalt.
Lausanne, Switzerland, June 29, 2020 - The #StayStrong campaign with workouts by Aleksandrs Samoilovs wraps up this week, as the three-time beach volleyball Olympian continues to provide his expert tips for staying healthy in body and mind.

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The IOC #StayStrong campaign celebrated Olympic Day on June 23 featuring the world's largest 24 hour digital-first Olympic workout, striving to inspire more people to Stay Strong, Stay Active, and Stay Healthy.

The 35-year-old Latvian star was a gold medallist at the 2005 FIVB U21 World Championship and was crowned European Champion in 2015 (following silver medals in 2013 and 2014). He finished 9th in both the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympic Games.

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