Hawaii seashore volleyball participant Taylor Crabb checks optimistic with a rising variety of Olympic COVID instances

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Taylor Crabb, the U.S. Olympic beach volleyball champion, reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 in Tokyo.

United States volleyball confirmed that an athlete on the men’s beach team tested positive, according to NBC.

The 29-year-old Olympian from Oahu was due to play his first game against Italy on Sunday alongside his teammate Jake Gibb, 45.

This would have been his first participation in the Olympic Games. He was the youngest player in the squad.

Prior to the Tokyo Olympics, Crabb won eight Association of Volleyball Professionals World Tour tournaments and a gold medal at the Federation Internationale de Volleyball World Tour.

This story will be updated.

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