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Luigi Mastrangelo6'8" volleyballer Luigi Mastroangelo loves to show off in photo shoots and take his shirt off. 6'4" Nikola Karabatic loves to strut onstage, wear superman costumes and sing "YMCA."  Uh, yeah these are my kind of guys!  Also on this page are several other hot hot volleyballers including Phil Dalhausser and male model handsome Alberto Cisolla.

Luigi Mastrangelo (born 1975  is a 6'8" Italian men's volleyball player, a member of Italy men's national volleyball team, silver and bronze medalist of the Olympic Games, multiple winner of the European Championship and World League.

Philip "Phil" Peter Dalhausser (born 1980) is a 6'9" (2.06m) American professional beach volleyball player. He and his former playing partner, Todd Rogers, are the 2007 AVP Tour champions and the reigning FIVB world champions. Dalhausser and Rogers dominated both the domestic US tour and now the FIVB international tour winning #1 team honors on both tours in 2010. Dalhausser and Rogers were Olympic gold medalists at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games.

Dalhausser was born in Baden, Aargau, Switzerland, to a German father, Peter, and a Swiss mother, Marianne. His brother Mark lives in Brooklyn, New York. He now calls his hometown Ventura, California. He attended Mainland High School in Daytona Beach, Florida. Dalhausser did not start playing volleyball until his senior year in high school. He attended the University of Central Florida and joined Lambda Chi Alpha, where he was named "Most Valuable Player" and received the William G. Morgan Award for most outstanding player. He earned a business degree at UCF and played for the club volleyball team. After college, he worked for a concrete company and then worked a short time for a firm that painted stripes on Florida highways. Dalhausser once had longer hair but shaved his head at the age of 21 as he preferred the clean shaven look. Dalhausser previously lived in Florida. He currently resides in Ventura, California.

Dalhausser qualified for the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics to represent the United States with his teammate Todd Rogers by being the top seeded American team through the international qualification process. Dalhausser and Rogers had a record of 6�1 in their first Olympics, being upset in their opening match by 23rd-ranked Latvia.

They proceeded to win the rest of their games, coming back from 6-0 in the third set to beat 20th-seeded Switzerland. Dalhausser and Rogers won the gold medal match two sets to one against M�rcio Ara�jo and Fabio Luiz Magalh�es of Brazil. Newly crowned women's beach volleyball champions and compatriots Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh were watching from the stands in the final. Dalhausser made nine blocks in the championship match, with five coming in the deciding third set, putting the US up to a 9-1 lead and eventually winning it 15-4.

Dalhausser was named tournament MVP. This made the United States the only country to win gold medals in men's and women's beach volleyball at the same Olympics.

Here's a video featuring 6'5" Serbian handball player Nikola Karabatic and Vid Kavticnik singing the 970's hit "YMCA."  Yes, that song about how much fun it is to meet and pick up men at the Young Men's Christian Association while you are homeless.   As a fan of all-male choreography I am so glad to see shirtless giants dancing but ... do they even KNOW what this song is about in English? Probably not as they are Serbs and Frenchmen. Oh well, fun to make letters with your body! Nikola plays on a French team and so does his "little" brother Luka Karabatic who is as tall as Nikola.  I don't know what handball is but it sure keeps them in great shape.


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