Chaim Schalk
 

ABOUT

Chaim Schalk

 
 

Notable International Results

9th – 2016 Olympic Games, Rio, Brazil

30 top ten finishes on the FIVB World Tour. 

2019:
1st – AVP Seattle Open
2nd – AVP Austin Open
3rd – AVP Chicago Championships

2018:
2nd – AVP Chicago Championships
3rd – AVP San Fransisco Open

2017:
5th – FIVB World Tour Finals, Hamburg
5th – FIVB World Championships, Vienna
3rd – AVP Gold Series, New York


2016:
4th – FIVB World Tour Finals, Toronto
3rd – FIVB Swatch Major Series, Klagenfurt
3rd – FIVB Swatch Major Series, Porec
5th – FIVB Grand Slam, Olsztyn


2015:
3rd – FIVB Grand Slam, Olsztyn
2nd – FIVB Grand Slam, Yokohama
5th – Swatch Major Series, Porec


2014:
1st – NORCECA Championships, Trinidad & Tobago
3rd – FIVB Open, Parana
5th – FIVB Grand Slam, Sao Paulo

 

Chaim Schalk grew up in Red Deer, Canada. He has 4 highly competitive brothers, where he learned how to fight and work hard for everything (including food at the dinner table). Chaim’s father built him and his brothers a beach volleyball court in the backyard, which he believes to be one of the biggest factors in him making a career of the sport.


Up until 2009, Chaim’s primary focus was indoor volleyball. He was a setter and an All-Canadian while playing for Trinity Western University; he also captured two National Championships with Red Deer College.

In 2009 Chaim made the Canadian Beach National Team and has competed on the FIVB World Tour since 2010. He formed one of the strongest Canadian teams ever with Ben Saxton. Over a period of 5 years together, they captured 5 FIVB medals, a 9th place at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, and accumulated over 30 top 10 finishes on the FIVB World Tour.


Chaim has established himself as a top player on the AVP tour and is now focussed on representing the US on an international level. His biggest priority over the next 5 years is to win a medal at the Olympic Games. Chaim is determined more than ever to see how far the sport of beach volleyball will take him.

 

 
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