The oldest VNL women’s volleyball team is Brazil, and Korea is 25.63 years old, ‘fourth’

The oldest women’s volleyball team in the 2023 International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Volleyball Nations League (VNL) is Brazil. Korea ranked fourth with an average age of 25.63. The youngest team is Bulgaria.

On the 15th,카지노사이트 FIVB released the preliminary list of 16 men’s and women’s volleyball teams participating in the VNL. Each team has a reserve list of up to 30 players.

The oldest team is Brazil, led by coach Ze Roberto. The average age was 27.5 years. Brazil is drawing attention with the return of veteran middle blocker Taisa Menezes, born in 1987, to the national team. There are a total of eight veteran players over the age of 30, including setters Fernanda Macris and Silva Roberta Hatsuke, and outside hitter Priscilla Daroit.

Following Brazil, the United States and Thailand tied for second place with an average age of 25.9. USA also returned veteran outside hitter Jordan Larson to the national team. He announced his retirement after the Tokyo Olympics, but was named to the VNL roster this year. The oldest in Thailand is Libero Pianut Pano, born in 1989. Coincidentally, the setter Phonpun Gedpard (IBK Industrial Bank of Korea), who was nominated through this year’s V-League Asia Quarter, outside heater Wipai Sitong (Hyundai E&C), and Tanacha Sosuksot (Korea Expressway Corporation) are all in the 30-man preliminary list for the Thai national team. included

Korea was named fourth. The average age of 30 people is 25.63 years old. After the last Tokyo Olympics, veterans Kim Yeon-kyung, Kim Su-ji, and Yang Hyo-jin left the national team, and Kim Hee-jin also underwent knee surgery during last season and was away. The captain is Park Jung-ah. It is Césarho who has built a team mainly with young players.

It is followed by Turkey, Canada, Japan, Poland, Italy, Serbia, China, Dominican Republic, Germany, Netherlands, Croatia and Bulgaria. The average age of the youngest team Bulgaria is 21.64 years old.

Meanwhile, the oldest player in the preliminary list announced this time is Serbian setter Maya Ognenovic. He is born in 1984. This setter also left the national team for a while and then returned. The youngest player is Ana Prkacin, a Croatian setter born in 2007.

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