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Year: 2019
Genre: Sports

Two days, 28 courts and over a thousand players, Wasaga Beach Ontario hosts one of the largest beach volleyball tournaments in Canada. SPIKED, follows six teams and their players on their quest for victory in the sand.


Episodes

Episode 1

A team from Windsor, faced with some physical hurdles,  hopes to defend their title as they prepare for this year’s tournament. 

Episode 2

Graduates from the Base Borden Military Police Academy form a beach volleyball team to play in the tournament as their final time together before leaving for their posts across Canada.

Episode 3

A team of childhood friends returns to Wasaga Beach to compete, hoping to win for a second year in a row. 

Episode 4

A team composed of family members head to Wasaga Beach with hopes high for a victory, but will their family dynamic get in their way of winning?

Episode 5

High end players come together for the first time to form a team and hope for victory.

Episode 6

A team of friends from Hamilton vie for the top spot in the Advance 4’s category. 

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