This year the AVP Tour was hosted in Riverside (both Doug and I thought it was kind of funny, since usually the tour is held in one of the nearby beach cities). So Doug's firm had tickets for Saturday, so we went out in the 95 degree heat (fortunately there was a bit of a breeze) to check out all the men and women pro volleyball players. We brought one of the youth in our ward, Michael, since we had some extra tickets. It was lots of fun to watch the pros compete.
During one of the breaks in the games they needed two couple volunteers (for which Doug volunteered us) to participate in a relay. It ended being a 3-legged race from one side of the volleyball court to the opposite end (yes, under the net), at which point we each had to drink a Gatorade and then race back to the side of the court where we started. A middle aged couple from Texas was our competition - we made it down to the end of the court and had a decent lead, but I lost it for us when I could only drink 1/4 of my Gatorade and Doug had to finish the rest for me. Drinking large quantities of liquid in a short amount of time is not one of my skills I guess.