Annett Davis

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Annett Davis
Personal information
Born September 22, 1973 (1973-09-22) (age 44)
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)

Annett Davis (born September 22, 1973)[1] is an American beach volleyball player, who won the silver medal at the 1999 Beach Volleyball World Championships, alongside Jenny Johnson Jordan.

Career[edit]

Throughout her career, she has partnered with Jenny Johnson Jordan.

In 1999, she and Johnson Jordan were the winningest USA men's or women's pro beach volleyball team with over $200,000 in winnings.

Davis was named "Queen of the beach" in the Honolulu AVP tournament.

Davis and Johnson Jordan missed the 2005 AVP tour because of their pregnancies.

http://www.bvbinfo.com/player.asp?ID=1198

Best Finish Winnings
United States 1st (11 times) $652,950
  AVP 1st (8 times) $537,325
  AVP CUERVO 3rd $0
  AVP HWN* 1st (4 times) $26,625
  BVA 1st (2 times) $27,750
  NVL 2nd $4,375
  P&R 2nd $4,000
  Pro Beach 7th $3,688
  USAV 1st $32,000
  Wide Open 2nd $5,750
  WPVA 2nd $6,438
  Bonus Money $5,000
International 1st (2 times) $221,225
  FIVB 1st (2 times) $221,225
Overall 1st (13 times) $874,175

Personal life[edit]

Davis currently resides in Valencia, California with husband Byron and two children, Mya (born 2001) and Victoria (born 2005).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Annett Davis profile". Beach Volleyball Database. Retrieved September 26, 2013. 

External links[edit]