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2009 FIVB Men's Junior World Championship  |  Pune, India

 
 FRA / France - Team Composition

 
Team manager Cyrille BOULONGNE-EVTOUCHENKO
Head coach Marc FRANCASTEL
Assistant coach Jean-Manuel LEPROVOST
Doctor Eric VERDONCK
Therapist / trainer Luc JOUFFRAY
Journalist
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  1 Frédéric Barais Barais 10/12/1989 189 88 345 325 Arago de Sète
  2   Franck Lafitte Lafitte 8/03/1989 203 95 350 330 Montpellier UC
  4 Benjamin Toniutti Toniutti 30/10/1989 183 74 320 300 Ravenne
  6   Guillaume Quesque Quesque 29/04/1989 203 92 345 325 Casa Modene
  7 Raphaël Corre Corre 21/11/1989 195 86 335 315 Rennes EC
  8   Julien Lyneel Lyneel 15/04/1990 192 85 340 320 Montpellier
  9 Raphaël Attié Attié 12/04/1989 201 30 340 320 Paris
  10   Youssef Krou Krou 19/06/1989 192 90 355 325 AS Cannes
  11 Stéphane Alpha Alpha 12/01/1989 198 93 355 335 Stade Poitevin
  12   Ivan Kartev Kartev 14/08/1990 217 97 335 320 Calais
  15 Jenia Grebennikov Grebennikov 13/08/1990 188 74 345 330 Friedrichshafen
  16   Martin Jambon Jambon 10/06/1989 189 80 334 309 Villefranche
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

1999: France finishes second at the World Championship in Thailand.

2000: France finishes thrid at the European Championship in Italy.

2001: The Juniors finish first at the World Championship Qualification Tournament and qualify for the 2001 World Championship in Poland.

France finishes seventh at the World Championship.

2002: France finishes second behind Italy at the European Championship in Poland.

2003: France fails to qualify for the 2003 World Championships in Iran.

2004: France finishes sixth at the European Championship in Croatia.

2005: France fails to qualify for the 2005 World Championships in India.

2006: France finishes second at the European Championship in Russia. Mory Sidibe is named Best Scorer of the competition, and Yoann Jaumel Best Setter.

2007: France fails to qualify for the 2007 World Championships in Maroc.

2008: In Brno, Czech Republic, France becomes European champion for the first time. Earvin N'Gapeth is elected MVP of the competition.

Coach profile

Yves is the coach of the youth national team and the youth pool in Châtenay Malabry.

After a 2 years pause, he tooks again its place this year in charge of the youth team, which won for the 2nd consecutive time the title of European champion.

   
 

  Photo gallery


Edition 2007