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2009 Girls' Youth World Championship  |  Nakhonratchasima, Thailand
3 - 12 July 2009
 
 ITA / Italy - Team Composition

 
Team manager CECAMORE Enrico
Head coach MORETTI Maurizio
Assistant coach MAGHELLA Oscar
Doctor SPOLETINI Marco
Therapist / trainer FERRANTI Paola
Journalist
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  1 Floriana Bertone Bertone 19/11/1992 202 80 316 300 Il Bisonte San Casciano
  L 3   Sara Carrara Carrara 1/12/1992 167 60 260 248 Norda Foppapedretti Bergamo
  4 Marika Bianchini Bianchini 23/04/1993 176 68 306 282 Il Bisonte San Casciano
  5   Elena Gabrieli Gabrieli 26/07/1992 189 74 303 285 Club Italia
  6 Angela Gabbiadini Gabbiadini 12/05/1992 180 65 308 290 Norda Foppapedretti Bergamo
  7   Giulia Pisani Pisani 4/06/1992 184 69 313 298 Unendo Yamamay Busto Arsizio
  8 Rosa Laura Baggi Baggi 2/01/1992 191 77 308 290 Club Italia
  9   Giuliana Grazietti Grazietti 21/04/1993 196 76 308 286 Club Italia
  11 Erica Vietti Vietti 11/11/1992 187 66 291 274 Club Italia
  C 12   Letizia Camera Camera 1/10/1992 175 62 285 270 Imoco Volley Conegliano
  13 Valentina Diouf Diouf 10/01/1993 202 94 320 303 Foppapedretti Bergamo
  18   Anna Caneva Caneva 18/03/1992 185 71 305 290 Club Italia
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

The history of the Italian Girl's National Youth Team "Cadette" is rather short, but prestigious. The first official event they participated in was the 1995 European Championship in Barcelona, where they took home the gold medal.

In the same year the team claimed bronze at the World Championships in France after losing to Japan in the semifinal.

In 1997, the team finished 5th at the Continental Championships in Puchov, Slovakia, and won bronze at the World Championships in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

In 2001, Cadette won the gold medal at the European Championships in Liberec, Czech Republic.

Two years later the team claimed silver at the European Championships in Zagreb, Croatia, and also finished second at the World Championships in Pila, Poland. They lost only one match in each tournament.

In 2005 the team captured bronze medals at the European Championships in Tallinn, Estonia, and at the World Championships in Macau.

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