Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May-Treanor of the United States during the Women's Beach Volleyball Semi Final match between United States and China at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
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If you’ve watched beach volleyball at the London Olympics this summer, you might notice the athletes somehow manage to keep sand from sticking all over their bodies during the matches.
Yahoo.com points out that beachgoers often find sand sticks to their bodies easily while these players seem to dive into the sand and stay pretty clean.
So how do they do it?
The article said the International Volleyball Federation regulates the sand used in competitions.
The sand is made of smoother grains, is free from pebbles and shells, and is designed not to stick, according to the article. Read more.
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