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2009 FIVB Women's Junior World Championship  |  Tijuana & Mexicali, Mexico
16 - 25 July 2009
 
 POL / Poland - Team Composition

 
Team manager KROL Piotr
Head coach KRZYZANOWSKI Zbigniew
Assistant coach WASILKOWSKI Tomasz
Doctor WOLEK Malgorzata
Therapist / trainer BANYS Tomasz
Journalist ANDREJUK Eugeniusz
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  1 Aleksandra SZYMANSKA SZYMANSKA 2/06/1991 190 83 300 282 KS GEDANIA
  2   Aleksandra TROJAN TROJAN 6/06/1991 193 68 306 293 DALIN
  3 Monika Martalek Martalek 14/05/1990 187 72 310 289 PTPS
  4   Katarzyna LISIECKA LISIECKA 29/04/1990 185 70 305 281 MTS AS
  5 Aleksandra PASZNIK PASZNIK 26/02/1990 183 72 295 278 Energa Gedania Gdansk
  6   Tamara Kaliszuk Kaliszuk 20/03/1990 181 73 296 281 KS Palac
  7 Katarzyna BRYDA BRYDA 30/04/1990 181 78 300 293 Culmen
  8   Sylwia Pelc PELC 30/11/1990 189 85 312 293 MKS
  C 9 Joanna Wolosz Wolosz 7/04/1990 181 65 303 281 Unendo Yamamay Busto Arsizio
  10   Maja Tokarska Tokarska 22/02/1991 194 79 317 293 Tauron MKS
  L 11 Angelika BULBAK BULBAK 16/06/1991 171 64 268 260 Calisia
  12   Natalia KURNIKOWSKA KURNIKOWSKA 13/01/1992 185 71 304 275 Gedania
  L 13 Izabela SLIWA SLIWA 11/12/1990 168 60 270 260 Wisla Krakow
  14   Sylwia CHMIEL CHMIEL 6/04/1991 185 66 304 281 TPS
  L 15 Dorota MEDYNSKA MEDYNSKA 25/04/1993 168 60 280 261 TOP
  16   Patrycja Polak Polak 23/02/1991 183 62 301 279 Impel Volleyball
  17 Agata SKIBA SKIBA 24/02/1991 184 74 303 290 Palac Bydgoszcz
  18   Agnieszka SOJKA SOJKA 7/05/1991 179 70 285 271 KS Legionovia
  19 Koleta LYSZKIEWICZ LYSZKIEWICZ 22/01/1993 185 72 313 292 MTS
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

The Junior Women's National Team of Poland consists of players born in 1990 and 1991.

Most of them train daily at the High Sport School located in Sosnowiec in southern Poland.

During the 2006/2007 season, the national team participated in the EEVZA Tournament, where it finish in second place. In the qualification tournament for the European Girls Youth Finals in Bulgaria, the Polish team also finished second and gained a ticket to the Final Round.

The European Championship in Brno, Czech Republic, was not as successful for the team as they had hoped. Poland lost to Russia and Germany in the group stage and was therefore unable to earn a podium finish.

After altering the training structure, the team regained its confidence and achieved a spectacular success: victories over Israel and Belgium at the European Championship Qualification tournament.

Poland finished sixth at the European Championship in Italy, which gave the team a lucky group in the World Championship Qualification tournament.

The team is currently full of belief in its abilities and the players are eager to clash against the world's best teams. It is with such an attitude that Poland travels to Mexico for the World Championship.

 

 

Coach profile

Zbigniew Krzyzanowski has been working as a coach for 30 years. In 1999, he led the Polish Youth Girl's National Team to the gold medal at the European Championships in Gdansk, Poland.

From 2000 to 2003, Krzyzanowski coached the Polish Senior Women's National Team. In 2002, the team qualified for the Senior Women's World Championship in Germany.

Krzyzanowski twice won the Polish Championship with BKS Stal Bielsko Biala. 

He joined the Polish Junior Women's National Team as coach in 2007.

   
 

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