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Beachvolley Vikings play volleyball in glacier river

Lausanne, Switzerland, July 10, 2020 – Look out for more fun adventures with the Beachvolley Vikings as they continue to explore beautiful places and out-of-the-ordinary volleyball activities as the sport goes aquatic this week on social media.

Christian Sorum and Hendrik Mol recently showed us some Arctic Volleyball in a Norwegian glacier river... which looks cold!

USA duo Sarah Sponcil and Kelly Claes also played in water, but in the more controlled temperatures of a swimming pool.

And in India, even when it is raining hard and the water level is already high, no one can stop the locals from enjoying another wet form of volleyball.

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