Volleyball - Beach
Martin Reader teamed up with partner Josh Binstock in his first appearance at an Olympic Games in the sport of Beach Volleyball. The duo finished in 17th place overall in London.
Binstock and Reader defeated Canadians Ben Saxton and Christian Redmann in a one-game qualifying match in Toronto to earn the right to represent Canada in London.
After a successful college career at Camosun College, where he was named the 2004 British Columbia Colleges’ Athletic Association Player of the Year, Reader joined the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball World Tour in 2005 with partner Briant Hiebert.
Reader also won the 2009 National Championship with partner Chaim Schalk. His best FIVB World Tour result was a ninth-place finish in 2012 with Binstock.
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