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Tina Graudina is an Athlete and a Latvian Beach Volleyball player. Read more to learn more about Tina Graudina.

Tina Graudina most often partners with Anastasija Kravcenoka to tournaments on Beach Volleyball.

Tina Graudina Age – How Old Is She?

Tina Graudina is 23 years of age, born on the 9th of March 1998.

She was born in Riga, Latvia.

Tina Graudina: Height

Tina Graudina is 6ft 0in (184cm) tall and weighs in at 70kg.

Tina Graudina: Parents, Family & Boyfriend

Tina Graudina was born to Maris and Ilze Graudina.

She has two brothers named Miks and Maris.

Her grandparents, Arturs Graudina, her grandfather, was a Latvian champion in the 100-meter hurdles and Stanislava Spruzenieks, her grandmother, was a high jump champion. (Source: Beach Volleyball Database)

According to Newsy Today, Tina Graudina is in a relationship with Mario Koenigsperger, a 23-year-old New Zealand swimmer.

Tina Graudina: Beach Volleyball Career

Career

  • 64-4 all-time record
  • Two-time AVCA All-American
  • DiG Magazine National Player of the Year (2019)
  • First NCAA beach volleyball player to qualify for the Olympic Games

2021 · JUNIOR

  • Tina Graudina is a junior with the Women of Troy

2020 · REDSHIRT

  • Redshirted her junior season to train for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games
  • Earned a berth into the Olympic Games to represent Latvia with partner Anastasija Kravcenoka as winners of the Olympic Beach Qualifying Tournament
  • 2019 European Champion (with Anastasija Kravcenoka)
  • First Latvian women’s pair to qualify for the Olympics
  • First NCAA beach volleyball player to earn an Olympic berth

2019 · SOPHOMORE

  • AVCA All-American
  • DiG Magazine National Player of the Year
  • DiG Magazine All-America First Team
  • Volleyball Magazine National Pair of the Year (with Abril Bustamante)
  • Volleyball Magazine All-America First Team
  • Pac-12 Player of the Year
  • Pac-12 Pair of the Year (with Abril Bustamante)
  • Pac-12 All-Conference First Team
  • Pac-12 Championship All-Tournament Team (with Abril Bustamante)
  • Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team
  • Two-time Pac-12 Pair of the Week: March 5, March 26 (with Abril Bustamante)
  • AVCA/CollegeBeachVB.com National Pair of the Week: March 12 (with Abril Bustamante)
  • 33-2 overall record, all at the No. 1 position with Abril Bustamante
  • Delivered clinching win in 12 duals
  • Had double-digit winning streaks of 15 matches (April 6-May 5) and 11 matches (Feb. 27-March 10)

2018 · FRESHMAN

  • AVCA All-American
  • Volleyball Magazine/Sand Socks National Pair of the Year (with Abril Bustamante)
  • Volleyball Magazine All-America First Team
  • Volleyball Magazine National Freshman of the Year
  • VolleyMob.com National Pair of the Week, March 13
  • Pac-12 Freshman of the Year
  • Pac-12 All-Conference First-Team
  • Pac-12 All-Freshman Team
  • Pac-12 Championship All-Tournament Team (with Abril Bustamante)
  • Pac-12 Pair of the Week, March 27
  • 31-2 overall record, all at the No. 1 position with Abril Bustamante
  • Had a season-long winning stream of 19 matches (March 24-April 28)
  • Outrigger Resorts Hawai’i Invitational Best Blocker award
  • Pac-12 South Invitational All-Tournament Team (with Abril Bustamante)
  • Pac-12 North Invitational All-Tournament Team (with Abril Bustamante)

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

Tina Graudina was the 2018 FIVB Top Rookie and earned 2019 FIVB Most Improved Team with partner Anastasija Kravcenoka and won the 2019 European Championship with Kravcenoka.

 

They earned the first-ever Latvian women’s berth into the Olympics with Kravcenoka by winning the Olympic Beach Volleyball Qualification Tournament (Haiyang, China) and were the first-ever NCAA collegiate beach volleyball player to qualify for the Olympics where they finished fifth at the 2018 FIVB Yangzhou four-star event and took ninth place in three other (Sydney, Lucerne, and Espinho) FIVB competitions during 2018-19 with partner Anastasija Kravcenoka.

She earned gold at the 2016 U22 European Championship with Kravcenoka and took gold at the 2015 U18 European Championship with Paula Neciporuka and placed third in the 2014 U17 World Championships with Linda Gramberga and she also had fifth-place finishes in the 2015 U19 World Championship and the 2017 European and U21 World Championships and took ninth place in the 2014 Youth Olympic Games.

Meet Tina Graudina on Instagram

Tina Graudina is on Instagram under the username @graudinatina.