Volleyball jocks from around the country descended on LGBTQ Atlanta for the Hotlanta Classic, hitting both the court and the town for the annual tournament weekend.
The two-day tournament brought 24 teams from the North American Gay Volleyball Association to Tsunami Volleyball Gym in Forest Park on Saturday and Sunday.
Events off the court included a pre-tournament party at BJ Roosters, pre-tournament margarita bust at Ten post-tournament party at Woofs.
Atlanta teams did well again this year, with two teams medaling in the B Division and one team medaling in each the BB and A Divisions.
The full results:
B Division Medalists
1. Atlanta Shade Explosion
2. D.C. That's What She Set
3. Atlanta Breeding Rainbows
BB Division Medalists
1. USC Mrs. Micah Christenson
2. Dayton Fembots
3. Atlanta Star Fleet
1. Miami Yu-Gi-Oh!
2. Boston EC Bitches
3. Atlanta Vertigo
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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