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CareerTimeline

Most Notable

  • Volleyball icon Currently ranked 14th in the world with partner Trevor Crabb
  • Volleyball icon Tied for 11th with partner Trevor Crabb in provisional Olympic ranking
  • Volleyball icon Partnered with Trevor Crabb since 2018
  • Volleyball icon Former Partners: John Hyden (2013-18)
  • Volleyball icon Did not play in 2017 because of a chronic inflammatory disease
  • Volleyball icon 2014 FIVB Top Rookie
  • Volleyball icon Made his international career debut in 2012
  • Volleyball icon Played on the U.S. Men's Senior National Indoor Team that finished fifth at the 2011 Pan American Games
  • Volleyball icon Outside hitter for the USC men's indoor volleyball team, 2008-11
  • Volleyball icon U.S. Men's Junior National Indoor Team, 2008 and 2009
  • Volleyball icon U.S. Boys Youth National Indoor Team, 2007

Events

  • flag 2020 FIVB Doha - T9th with Trevor Crabb
  • flag 2019 FIVB Doha - T17th with Trevor Crabb
  • Medal 2019 NORCECA Aguascalientes - Gold with Trevor Crabb
  • flag 2019 FIVB Itapema - T5th with Trevor Crabb
  • flag 2019 FIVB Gstaad - T25th with Trevor Crabb
  • flag 2019 FIVB Jinjiang - 4th with Trevor Crabb
  • flag 2019 FIVB World Championship - 4th with Trevor Crabb
  • flag 2019 FIVB Tokyo - T5th with Trevor Crabb
  • flag 2019 FIVB Rome - T25th with Trevor Crabb
  • flag 2019 FIVB Ostrava - T17th with Trevor Crabb
  • flag 2019 FIVB Warsaw - T17th with Trevor Crabb
  • Medal 2019 FIVB Chetumal - Bronze with partner Trevor Crabb
  • Medal 2018 FIVB Qinzhou- Gold with Trevor Crabb
  • flag 2018 FIVB Las Vegas - 4th with Trevor Crabb
  • flag Top finishes with John Hyden include 5th at the 2015 World Championships; 1st at the 2014 FIVB Berlin Grand Slam; and 3rd at 2016 FIVB World Tour Finals

Personal Highlights

  • Volleyball icon Born in 1989
  • Volleyball icon Married to Gabrielle Bourne; one daughter
  • Volleyball icon Father (Peter) and mother (Katie) were both triathletes, which is how he got his name
  • Volleyball icon Father played football at the University of Hawai'i
  • Volleyball icon Youngest of four children; a brother and sister also played collegiate sports
  • Volleyball icon Played with Outrigger Canoe Club, leading the team to the 18 Open bronze at the 2007 Boys Junior National Championship
  • Volleyball icon Attended Academy of the Pacific for high school, but played for Maryknoll High
  • Volleyball icon Hosts a podcast called Sandcast with Travis Mewhirter

 

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  • Tips for Helping Out Your Teammate“One of the big things is finding a partner who can play to your strengths and vice versa. Players should constantly be aware of how they can help their partners improve, not just themselves. If your partner needs extra setting reps, you need to be prepared to take more swings in practice so their good sets are rewarded. You have to be on the same page with the same focus, same goals and same work ethic. At the professional level, especially on the FIVB Tour, you are travelling together so often and so many miles that it’s easy to get frustrated with each other. You have to keep the lines of communication open.”