Jawo and Mbye Babou Jarra are preparing to represent The Gambia in their first
ever world beach volleyball appearance when the FIVB (Federation of
International Volleyball) World Tour one star commonly call Aspire beach
volleyball cup competition serve off from November 12, through November 15th in
With $5,000 in prize money, the Gambians will be facing one of the top class beach volleyball kings around the world, Qatar’s Cherif Younousse Samba and Ahmed Tijan will be the top-seeded team in November’s Aspire Beach Volleyball Cup as the host country pair is currently ranked 13th on the FIVB World Tour and ninth on the provisional Olympic ranking lists.
However this big names do not trouble the Gambian captain Sainey Jawo who believe they can shock the world as they did in Rabat. We have train so hard for this and we can make another history because we are hungry for more victories Jawo said.
We are young and energetic, so we have all the opportunity to excel and become giant killers, so watch the space the tall lanky African Games gold winner stated.
After the World Tour, the pair will also represent Gambia in the 2020 Olympics beach volleyball qualifiers when Banjul host the Pool B of Zone II qualifications later this month.