Canadian beach volleyball siblings Megan and Nicole McNamara reached the podium at the King of Court beach volleyball tournament in Utrecht, Netherlands on Saturday.
The 24-year-old twins from Richmond, B.C. finished third in the 20-team per gender tournament.
Brazil's Carolina Solberg Salgado and Barbara Seixas de Freitas came second, while the Spanish-Italian team of Maria Carro and Marta Menegatti were crowned winners.
Success, however, is no stranger to the McNamara sisters.
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The sand-loving siblings, who made their debut on the beach volleyball world tour in 2018, helped lead UCLA its first Pac-12 and NCAA titles.
Still, the sisters, born and raised in British Columbia, had to battle through four days of competition to reach the final.
On the men's side, David Åhman & Jonatan Hellvig of Sweeden were crowned champions.
Unlike a standard beach volleyball tournament, King of the Court is a new and highly energetic format that is marking its third edition in Utrecht.
Instead of the standard two teams, each match features five teams rotating in and out on a single court. A frantic affair to retain control of the "kings" side of the court and score as many points as possible before time expires.