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Charlie White

Olympian 2010, 2014

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Athlete Bio

Height

5’9"

Hometown

Bloomfield Hills, MI

Education

University of Michigan '14

Grew up in a military family living in Southern California, New Mexico, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, Hawaii and San Francisco…Has an identical twin brother who competed with him at Vanderbilt…Former Division 1 soccer player that converted to beach handball after moving to Los Angeles… Was named San Francisco High School Player of the Year, helping his team win back to back championships, the first in 32 years… Has the nickname “Beast Mode,” which was started by his Team USA teammates during the filming of a sports competition show hosted by JJ Watt on FOX…Works as a UX Designer and helped create one of the most-played video games ever made at the time, which was added to the Guinness Book of World records (CityVille by Zynga).
  • 2022 Copa Internacional de Balonmano Playa Volcán - Best Right Wing
  • 2021 SoCal Beach Handball Championships - 2nd
  • 2021 EHF Champions Cup - 5th (Sicily, Italy)
  • 2021 Torneo Internacional De España Gran Canaria - 5th (Gran Canary Islands, Spain)
  • 2020 Copa Internacional de Balonmano Playa Volcán - 1st, Best Pivot
  • 2019 North American and the Caribbean (NAC) Beach Handball Championship - 1st (Trinidad & Tobago)
  • 2019 ANOC World Beach Games - 11th (Doha, Qatar)
  • 2019 SoCal Beach Handball Championships - 1st
  • 2019 PGNiG Summer Superliga Płock - 2nd, Best Left Wing (Poland)
  • 2019 Copa Internacional de Balonmano Playa Volcán - 3rd
  • 2018 SoCal Beach Handball Championships - 3rd
  • 2018 Pan American Beach Handball Championships - 3rd (Alternate)
  • 2018 Taça Kika Invitational (João Pessoa, Brazil)
  • 2017 SoCal Beach Handball Championships - 3rd
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