This Beach Volleyball Player’s Dog Is Better Than You

With the world on a pandemic lockdown, everyone needs to find new ways of keeping themselves entertained. Some people are finally getting around to organizing their garages while there are others who are learning a new language or skill. And some of us, are just busy playing with our pets. And as the Norwegian beach volleyball team displayed on Instagram, the boredom is getting to the dogs as well.

The video was posted onto the team’s Instagram page. The clip showed a dog named Kiara participating in some fun during a two-on-two volleyball game. However, there isn’t a dog around who can play volleyball like this good girl!

Kiara might have been a little shaky in spots, but overall she kept up quite well during the game. It would appear that there is no stopping Kiara.

Naturally, it’s not hard to imagine that this isn’t her first time playing volleyball. In fact, there is plenty of video evidence that she’s played before, like the video that shows Kiara practicing reps with two other players while she waits for her partner to join the game.

Unfortunately, Kiara won’t be able to participate in the 2020 Summer Olympic Games, but there is no doubt that she’ll be cheering on Norway as they search for their gold medal in both the men’s and women’s events. Of course, the Olympics will be moved to the summer of 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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