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2009 Boys' Youth World Championship  |  Jesolo - Bassano del Grappa, Italy

 
 FRA / France - Team Composition

 
Team manager Laurent Delacourt
Head coach Yves Logeais
Assistant coach Olivier Audabram
Doctor Etienne Barbiche
Therapist / trainer Jérémy Torlois
Journalist
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  1 Olivier Ragondet Ragondet 19/05/1991 189 77 325 304 Toulon 6 fours
  2   David Guelle Guelle 3/01/1991 193 82 326 302 Saintes VB
  3 Nicolas Burel Burel 7/09/1991 196 82 335 314 Nantes VB
  7   Nicolas Le Goff Le Goff 15/02/1992 204 97 346 317 Montpellier UC
  9 Earvin Ngapeth Ngapeth 12/02/1991 194 93 358 327 Modène
  10   Tchen Petro Petro 16/04/1991 195 90 338 311 St Egrève
  11 Maoni Talia Talia 30/07/1992 192 83 333 304 CPB Rennes
  12   Thièbault Bruckert Bruckert 16/04/1991 198 84 334 301 Tours VB
  13 Mickaël Accambray Accambray 23/01/1991 200 92 325 310 AS Cannes
  14   Stanislas Rabiller Rabiller 22/02/1992 197 78 323 305 La Roche Sur Yon
  15 Ludovic Duée Duee 3/06/1991 192 80 320 295 Plessis Robinson
  16   Jean Oriol Oriol 17/02/1991 184 78 324 301 ASUL Lyon
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

1983 - Creation of the Volleyball National Center in Montpellier

1985 - French team begins 18-month preparation for the World Championship, which takes place in France in 1986. In September, France finishes third at the European Championship in Holland. In November, France finishes second at the Seoul Top Ten

1991 - France finishes seventh at the second World Championship in Portugal
 
1995 - France finishes ninth at the World Championship in Porto Rico and fourth at the First European Championship in Spain

1997 - France finishes seventh at the World Championship in Iran and fifth at the European Championship

1999 - France finishes ninth at the World Championship and seventh at the European Championship

2001 - France finishes seventh at the World Championship and third at the European Championship

2003 - France does not manage to qualify for the 2003 European Championship or the 2003 World Championship

2005 - France wins silver after losing to Poland in the final of the European Championship and finishes sixth at the World Championship

2007 - France wins every single game at the Qualification Tournament to book its ticket to the 2007 European Championship in Austria. France defeats Poland in the final to win the first international title in the history of French volleyball. After being crowned European Champion, the team went on to win bronze at the World Championshi

2009 - In Rotterdam, Netherlands, France wins the European Championship for the second time

Coach profile

Yves Logeais is the French National Youth Team and the youth pool in Châtenay Malabry.

After a two-year pause, he took charge of the youth team again this year, helping it win the European Championship for the second consecutive time.
   
 

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