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What People Are Saying About Volleyball in Twitterland

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July 18
@Gatorade (Gatorade)

Words of truth RT @iChrisHarrison Everyday u should strive to be a better person than you were the day before. #WinFromWithin #Success

July 10
@Misty May-Treanor (Misty May-Treanor)

Help! Turkey, roast beef or ham on #ArnoldandOroweat bread?

July 2
@mattgarthoff (Matt Garthoff) 

You’re just a butter knife. I’m a machete. #favoriterapmetaphors

July 3
@tanyaxwhite (Tanya White)

“Remember…there is always a little girl in the stands that wants to be just like you, don’t disappoint her.”

July 18
@Sports_Greats (Sports Quotes)
Don’t practice until you get it right. Practice until you can’t get it wrong. –Unknown

July 4
@LauraKam (Laura Kam)

Yoga in Yogya, chill!

July 17
@shuvolleygb (Shauna Mullin)

Omg just gone past the velodrome…I can see the Olympic park!!! Time to get my accreditation!!!!!!!!! #excitedmuch

July 9
@kerrileewalsh (Kerri Walsh)

Getting to the @Olympics is an honor, but takes an unbelievable amount of work. Tell me how you push yourself #KerriBeyondReason

July 16
@rachkidder (Rachael Kidder)

wait my neighbors are actually playing good (country) music? is this real life?? im shocked

Originally published in September/October 2012

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