Taylor Crabb


Taylor Crabb Out, Tri Bourne In For Jake Gibb, US Beach Volleyball Team

TOKYO (AP) — American beach volleyball player Taylor Crabb is out of the Olympics after four positive COVID-19 tests. Tri Bourne will take his place as the partner of four-time Olympian Jake Gibb when the competition begins at Tokyo’s Shiokaze Park this weekend. Crabb confirmed his withdrawal in a statement...

Team USA Volleyball Player Taylor Crabb Reportedly Tests Positive for COVID-19 in Tokyo

A rising number of athletes from around the world are testing positive for COVID-19 at the Tokyo Olympics, and Team USA's volleyball team is the latest to be be affected. According to NBC News and the Orange County Register, U.S. volleyball player Taylor Crabb recently tested positive for COVID-19 and is now in jeopardy of missing the Games entirely. The 29-year-old is scheduled to be replaced by Tri Bourne, who arrived in Japan on Wednesday, the Register reported.
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Taylor Crabb to Miss Tokyo Olympics, Will Be Replaced by Tri Bourne

Taylor Crabb won't be making his Olympic debut in Tokyo after all. Crabb, who was paired with Jake Gibb on one of the United States' two men's beach volleyball duos, announced via Instagram early Thursday morning that he will be unable to compete at the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for COVID-19. In his post, Crabb also announced that Tri Bourne would fill his spot alongside Gibb when the men's Olympic beach volleyball competition begins.