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Miguel Maia

Miguel Maia
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Nickname Luis Miguel Barbosa Maia
Nationality Portuguese
Born (1971-04-23) April 23, 1971
Paranhos, Portugal
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Luis Miguel Barbosa Maia (born April 23, 1971 in Paranhos) is a beach volleyball player from Portugal, who competed in three consecutive Summer Olympics for his native country, starting in 1996. He ended up in fourth place in Atlanta (1996) and in Sydney (2000), alongside João Brenha, after having lost the bronze medal match against the German couple Axel Hager / Jörg Ahmann.

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