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Doug Beal, Full name Douglas Peter Beal (born March 4, 1947, in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American volleyball player and coach, the current USA Volleyball CEO, and a member of the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.
Beal was named head coach of the U.S. Men’s National Team in 1977 and became the driving force for establishing a full-time, year-around volleyball training center. The facility was created in Dayton, Ohio, in 1978. The center moved to San Diego, California in 1981 along with the national team program.
With Beal as head coach of the national team, the United States captured its first-ever gold medal in men's volleyball at the 1984 Olympics. Although he stepped down as head coach following his team’s 1984 gold medal run, Beal’s pioneering offensive and defensive systems continued to impact the U.S. volleyball program, yielding gold medals at the 1985 Volleyball World Cup, the 1986 Volleyball World Championships, and the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul. After his resignation, Beal became the organization's National Team Center Director from 1985-87. He remained involved with the organization until 1990 when he moved to Italy to coach a top professional team.
Beal returned to the men's national team in July, 1993 as a special assistant to the Executive Director/CEO. He worked closely with former USAV Executive Director John Carroll, and was responsible for FIVB relations and player development for the USA national teams. He worked in that capacity until he accepted the program's head coaching position for the second time in 1997.
I was at his lecture in Brno (Czech Republic)2,3,4 october 1993
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