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July 31, 2012             11:17 PM

The United States men’s team of Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser had a good night Tuesday. Rogers and Dalhausser, the defending Olympic champions, defeated Spain’s Pablo Herrera Allepuz and Adrian Gavira Collado, 19-21, 21-16, 15-13, and will face Petr Benes and Premysl Kubala of the Czech Republic on Thursday.

from:  http://london2012.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/07/31/two-matches-two-wins-for-u-s-beach-volleyball/

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Phil Dalhausser was born on January 26th, 1980 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phil_Dalhausser

January 26th, 1980

January 26th

1 + 26 +2+0+1+2 = 32 = his personal year (from January 26th, 2012 to January 25th, 2013) = Olympics.  Winning.  Medals.

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  • Home:  Ormond Beach, Fla.
  • Birth Year:  1980

Resides: Ventura, Calif.
Height: 6-9
Weight: 200 lbs
College: University of Central Florida
Olympic Experience: 2008 Men’s Beach Volleyball (Gold Medal)
View Phil’s complete statistics and event results at BVBInfo.com

PERSONAL: Born Philip Peter Dalhausser on Jan. 26, 1980, in Baden, Aargau, Switzerland… Parents are Peter and Marianne Dalhausser… Has one brother, Mark… Received a degree in business administration from University of Central Florida… Graduated from Mainland High School in Daytona Beach, Fla., in 1998… Played tennis for three years, baseball for two years and volleyball for one year in high school… Hobbies include Xbox, fantasy sports, tennis and volley pong… Would be “sitting behind a computer crunching numbers” if he was not playing volleyball… After college, worked for a concrete company and then worked a short time for a firm that painted stripes on Florida highways… Lists his dad as the person he most admires because he has endured “many serious illnesses”… Dalhausser credits partner Todd Rogers (who was an assistant volleyball coach at UC Santa Barbara) with making him a better player… Favorite TV show is SportsCenter… Phil’s nickname on the AVP Tour had been the Thin Beast; but during the 2008 Olympic Games, he was renamed the Beijing Beast.

INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS: 2011- Phil Dalhausser and partner Todd Rogers began the year with two gold medals, and in the process established a new FIVB record for consecutive match wins – 40 straight until the gold medal match in Prague where they lost to Brazil’s Alison Cerutti and Emanuel Rego… After the team finished second in Prague, they competed in Beijing where Dalhausser suffered a sprained ankle and the pair had to forfeit in the third round to finish tied for fifth… The team finished ninth at the World Championships in Rome and fifth at the Grand Slam in Stavanger before returning to the podium with a silver medal in Gstaad… Phil and Todd medaled in their final five events, including victories in Quebec and Stare Jablonki, Poland… In Aland, Finland, Phil and Todd had to forfeit the gold medal match after Todd suffered a knee injury that ended up requiring surgery… The team finished the season in second place in the FIVB World Tour rankings and winning $144,200. They are ranked first in the FIVB beach technical rankings and first in the rankings for Olympic qualification… Phil was named 2011 USA Volleyball Beach Male Athlete of the Year.  2010 – Phil and partner Todd Rogersbecame the first American men’s team to win the SWATCH FIVB World Tour championship since the early 1990s when Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos were the top international team when the season overlapped two years (1992-1993).  Dalhausser and Rogers also established a record for winnings by a men’s team in a single-season with US$387,700 in earnings… Phil and Todd were named the FIVB’s Team of the Year after capturing nine SWATCH FIVB World Tour titles in 2010, including Grand Slam gold medals in Italy (Rome), Switzerland (Gstaad), Austria (Klagenfurt) and Poland (Stare Jablonki) along with second- and third-place finishes at major events in Russia (Moscow) and Norway (Stavanger), respectively… Phil and Todd won their 500th match as a team when they defeated  Reinder Nummerdor and Richard Schuil of the Netherlands on July 31 while playing at the FIVB event in Klagenfurt, Austria… The team ended the season with a 23-match winning streak and it won 75 of 86 matches in 2010… The only SWATCH FIVB tournament where Phil and Todd did not medal was the May event in Shanghai, China, where they finished fourth… Phil and Todd came through the contender’s bracket to win the season opener in Brasilia, becoming the first American team to win a title in Brazil since 1996… Phil dominated the FIVB postseason awards (see below). 2009 – Phil and Todd won the men’s title at the AVP World Challenge: USA vs. Brazil presented by Sanderson Ford in Glendale, Ariz., which pitted top U.S. beach teams against top teams from Brazil… Phil and Todd played in five FIVB international tournaments and won two (Marseille, France and Klagenfurt, Austria). In Marseille, Phil and Todd ended the record 25-match winning streak by Germany’s Julius Brink and Jonas Reckermann. Phil was also named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player… Phil and Todd finished third at the FIVB World Championships in Stavanger, Norway. Phil led all players in hitting percentage with 68 kills on 90 attacks with nine errors for a 0.656 percentage. He was second among all players in aces with an average of 0.88 per set. He was third among all players in blocks with an average of 2.19 per set… The team won $72,950 internationally for the season and is ranked ninth. 2008 – Phil and Todd competed in seven FIVB international tournaments, including the Olympic Games in Beijing. Phil was named most outstanding player of the Olympic beach volleyball tournament after he and partner Todd Rogers won the gold medal in Beijing. Phil was the leading server and blocker of the tournament, finishing with 14 aces and 42 blocks in seven matches. Phil and Todd went 6-1 at the Olympic tournament after losing their opening match to Latvia’s 23rd-ranked Martins Plavins and Aleksandrs Samoilovs. Phil and Todd had the most Olympic qualifying points of any team in the Games, but were ranked second due to an FIVB rule that allows the host country the top ranking if it has a team in the top six… Phil and Todd went into Beijing as the defending FIVB World Champions and were the first U.S. men’s beach team to win the title since the FIVB started holding the event in 1997. Phil and Todd played in six FIVB World Tour events in 2008 as they worked to secure Olympic qualification and won the last three Grand Slam events (in Paris, France; Stavanger, Norway; Moscow, Russia)… They finished second in one event (Berlin, Germany) and third in two (Roseto degli Abruzzi, Italy; Adelaide, Australia)… Dalhausser was named the Most Outstanding Player of the events in Stavanger and Moscow. The team has won $94,000. 2007 – Won the first world championship for a U.S. men’s beach team in Gstaad, Switzerland… Competed in six tournaments winning one gold medal, one silver and one bronze. Won $68,250. 2006 – Played in six tournaments with one first-place finish, one second and one third. Won $49,350. 2005 – Netted one top 10 finish in three tournament appearances… Improved to 78th for the end of season ranking… Earned $11,250. 2004 – Made his debut by finishing 25th in his first tournament… Finished the season ranked 163rd… Received $1,000 in prize money.

DOMESTIC HIGHLIGHTS: 2011 – While Todd was recovering from knee surgery, Phil competed at the NVL event in Miami with former partner Nick Lucena. The team finished first and won $10,000, defeating Jake Gibb and Sean Rosenthal in the final.2010 – Phil and Todd advanced to the final of the AVP season opener in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., but the final was canceled due to rain and so they finished tied for second with Nick Lucena and Matt Fuerbringer… Other than Fort Lauderdale, Phil and Todd won all five of the AVP tournaments in which they competed on 2010 before the AVP ceased operations on Aug. 13… The pair won all 34 matches and lost only six sets. They won $59,750 for the season… Phil and Todd ended the domestic season by playing in the “Cincinnati Pro Beach Volleyball Players Championship” on Sept. 3-5 in Cincinnati, Ohio, where they lost to Sean Scott and John Hyden in the final. 2009 – Phil and Todd won nine of 15 AVP tournaments with four second-place finishes and one third. Phil also won his first King of the Beach title. The team won $195,170 and finished as the top-ranked men’s AVP team. 2008 – Phil and Todd won 11 out of 15 AVP tournaments with two second-place finishes and two thirds. They won $186,000. They finished third at AVP Cuervo. 2007 – Played in 17 AVP tournaments with 10 first-place finishes, two seconds, four thirds and one fourth. Won $207,750 and finished season ranked first. 2006 – Played in 16 AVP tournaments and finished first nine times with one second-place finish and four thirds. Finished in the top-10 in all 16 tourneys. Won $163,975 and finished season ranked third. 2005– Played in 14 AVP tournaments with one first-place finish, one second and two thirds. Finished in the top-10 12 times and won $50,037.50. Finished season ranked 13th. 2004 – Played in 10 AVP tournaments with one third-place finish and six top-10 placings. Won $10,647.50 and finished season ranked 21st.2003 – Played in six AVP tournaments with no top-10 placings. Won $780.

PARTNERS: 2010 – Todd Rogers. 2009 – Todd Rogers. 2008–Todd Rogers. 2007 – Todd Rogers. 2006 – Todd Rogers. 2005 – Nick Lucena (FIVB with Todd Rogers). 2004 – Nick Lucena (FIVB with Adam Roberts). 2003 – Nick Lucena. Justin Phipps.

HONORS: 2010 – FIVB Most Outstanding Player… FIVB Best Blocker… FIVB Best Offensive Player… FIVB Best Hitter… FIVB Best Setter… FIVB Team of the Year (Todd Rogers)… FIVB Tour Champion  (Todd Rogers). 2009 – USA Volleyball Male Beach Athlete of the Year, FIVB Best Offensive Player, FIVB Best Hitter, FIVB Best Setter, AVP Most Valuable Player… AVP Best Defensive Player… AVP Best Offensive Player… Crocs Cup Champion (with Todd Rogers)… Team of the Year (with Todd Rogers). 2008 – FIVB Sportsperson of the Year… Best Hitter… Best Offensive Player… Best Blocker… AVP Most Valuable Player… Best Offensive Player… Best Defensive Player… Crocs Cup Champion (with Todd Rogers)… Team of the Year (with Todd Rogers). 2007 – FIVB Best Blocker and Best Hitter… AVP Team of the Year and Crocs Cup Champion (with Todd Rogers)… AVP Most Valuable Player and Best Offensive Player. 2006 – FIVB Most Improved Player… AVP Best Offensive Player.  2005 – AVP Best Offensive Player.

COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS: 1996 – Named “Most Valuable Player”… Received the William G. Morgan Award for most outstanding player.

from:  http://usavolleyball.org/athletes/phil-dalhausser

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Phil Dalhausser was born on January 26th, 1980 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phil_Dalhausser

January 26th, 1980

1 + 26 +1+9+8+0 = 45 = his life lesson = Intense.  Focused.  Hardcore.

Five of Cups Tarot card

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January 26th, 1980

January 26th

1 + 26 +2+0+1+2 = 32 = his personal year (from January 26th, 2012 to January 25th, 2013) = Olympics.  Winning.  Victory.  Medals.

Six of Wands Tarot card

32 year + 7 (July) = 39 = his personal month (from July 26th, 2012 to August 25th, 2012) = Nice.  Perfect.  Ideal.  Compliments.

Knight of Cups Tarot card

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comprehensive summary and list of predictions for 2012:

http://predictionsyear2012.com/

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http://numerologybasics.com/

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https://www.createspace.com/3411561

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