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August 26, 1995 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over the years, Karch Kiraly has proven that he is probably the world's best volleyball player. As an All-American at UCLA, he led the Bruins to three NCAA titles. As an Olympian, he led the United States to two gold medals. He also made millions playing professionally in Italy. And now, he's tearing it up on the beach. Kiraly, 34, has made millions on the sand, something he never imagined possible when he first played beach volleyball as an 11-year-old in Santa Barbara.
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May 2, 1998 | JOHN BOWLES and PAUL McLEOD
Seal Beach has settled its differences with the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals, paving the way for the return of the AVP Open July 10-12. A dispute between Mayor Marilyn Hastings and the AVP board over how much the AVP should pay for using the city beach scuttled the event after it was held north of the city pier in 1994 and 1995. When the tour attempted to charge for seating at its tournaments, Hastings contended the city should get a cut. The AVP balked.
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May 2, 1998 | JOHN BOWLES and PAUL McLEOD
Seal Beach has settled its differences with the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals, paving the way for the return of the AVP Open July 10-12. A dispute between Mayor Marilyn Hastings and the AVP board over how much the AVP should pay for using the city beach scuttled the event after it was held north of the city pier in 1994 and 1995. When the tour attempted to charge for seating at its tournaments, Hastings contended the city should get a cut. The AVP balked.
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August 26, 1995 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over the years, Karch Kiraly has proven that he is probably the world's best volleyball player. As an All-American at UCLA, he led the Bruins to three NCAA titles. As an Olympian, he led the United States to two gold medals. He also made millions playing professionally in Italy. And now, he's tearing it up on the beach. Kiraly, 34, has made millions on the sand, something he never imagined possible when he first played beach volleyball as an 11-year-old in Santa Barbara.
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