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IMMIGRANT OF THE DAY: PHIL DALHAUSSER - OLYMPIC BEACH VOLLEYBALL PLAYER

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Dalhausser
6'9" Phil Dalhauuser, a Swiss native, towers over most of his beach volleyball competitors. His partner Todd Rogers and he have been winning titles left and right over the past few years and Dalhausser is one of the most highly ranked players on the tour.



Here's a quick video of Dalhausser in action.



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  1. Heather Ching's Avatar
    Born and raised in CA!, now in AZ, I don't get to the beach. How can I find out how these two are doing and if they are thinking about London? Where can I catch a game in the next four years? Please send me some info., I would love to follow their progress. I also hsve an organization of my own who celebrates our local heores (soldiers). We throw welcome home and deploynemt celebrations for them. And now have it started it in two other near towns. We were on the front page of the New York Times in March 2007. Was wondering if maybe in a year when things calm down, they might want to surprise a few soldiers and vets. But that is much later. For now, I just want to be able to find them!! Thanks for any info you can give.

    Heather
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