Around the planet, people are passionate about sports. In much of the world, volleyball is second only to soccer in popularity and participation. In America, the sport of volleyball is surging.
The 2013 NCAA Division 1 Women’s Volleyball Championships was hosted December 19 & 21 in Seattle’s Key Arena. Seattle’s own Courtney Thompson—an American Olympian—is our unforgettable guide in a new documentary which premiered at a private screening during Seattle’s Final Four.
Court & Spark offers a rare glimpse into the life of an American volleyball player and the trials, triumphs tears and laughter that are central to the sport. Shot on location in Poland, Kentucky, California and Washington, the one-hour documentary also features a host of volleyball luminaries, including Karch Kiraly, Hugh McCutcheon, Doug Beal, Marv Dunphy, Kathy DeBoer and many others.
Produced by no little things Productions for the nonprofit Puget Sound Region of USA Volleyball, proceeds from the sale of the DVD will benefit volleyball programs that serve youth, adults, indoor, sand and sitting volleyball players.
Visit psrvb.org to order your copy today.
Court & Spark is made possible by a generous grant from the Floyd and Delores Jones Foundation. Sponsors include Baden, the American Volleyball Coaches Association, USA Volleyball, Gold Medal Squared and other generous contributors.