FIVB Volleyball Girls' U18 World Championship



2nd assistant coach RIBAS JULIANO
    No.   Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Country
  C 1 Fabiana Claudino Fabiana 24.01.1985 193 76 314 293 BRA
  3   Danielle Lins Dani Lins 05.01.1985 181 68 290 276 BRA
  4 Suelle Oliveira Suelle 29.04.1987 187 72 291 278 BRA
  5   Alessandra Januario Dos Santos Januario Dos Santos 13.04.1988 174 60 0 0 BRA
  6 Barbara Bruch Barbara 28.05.1987 186 72 298 279 BRA
  7   Priscila Daroit Priscila 10.08.1988 182 74 290 280 BRA
  L 8 Suelen Pinto Suelen 04.10.1987 166 81 256 238 BRA
  9   Natália Fernandes Silva Natália 31.03.1995 191 68 292 303 BRA
  10 Mariana Casemiro Mariana 27.03.1987 181 67 301 284 BRA
  11   Ivna Marra Ivna 25.01.1990 185 76 305 294 BRA
  12 Carolina Albuquerque Carol 25.07.1977 182 76 289 279 BRA
  13   Francyne Aparecida Jacintho Francyne 16.07.1992 190 66 304 243 BRA
  14 Dayse Figueiredo Dayse 27.06.1984 183 72 304 291 BRA
  15   Sarah Blefari Nather Sarah 02.02.1993 171 68 0 0 BRA
  17 Juliana Costa Juliana 09.05.1982 186 72 305 292 BRA
  18   Juliana Paes Fillipelli Juliana 18.05.1994 164 56 252 245 BRA
  19 Stephanie Cristina Apolinário Corrêa Stephanie 15.07.1994 188 63 295 279 BRA
  20   Ana Beatriz Correa Ana Beatriz 07.02.1992 187 70 298 292 BRA
 C=Captain  L=Libero
Team profile

SESI-SP won the 14th edition of the Women’s South American Club Championship in February to secure their ticket to the FIVB Volleyball Women’s Club World Championship scheduled to take place from May 7 to 11 in Zurich, Switzerland.  This will be the first time the club will be taking part in the world event.

Led by coach Talmo Oliveira, SESI-SP defeated Molico/Osasco 3-0 (25-21, 25-21, 25-16) at the José Liberatti gym in Osasco. 

"I'm super happy to have won this South American title. It is an honor to lead the team on the court,” said Coach Oliveira.

“I am increasingly seeking to improve and bring everyone along with me and this title is of huge importance to our team. Now we have the Club World Championship ahead, but honestly we still do not know the other teams that will participate. Our captain Fabiana was voted best player of the tournament. She is strong, very targeted and going full force in the league to try to bring this exclusive title for the SESI." he said. Fabiana was also a key player in Brazil's victory at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

The following SESI-SP players were named in the Women’s South American Club Championship All Star Team:

Best Outside Spiker: Deyse (SESI-SP)
Best Middle Blocker: Ivna (SESI-SP)
Libero: Suellen (SESI-SP)
Best Setter: Dani Lins (SESI-SP)
MVP: Fabiana (SESI-SP)

SESI-SP’s women’s volleyball team was created in 2011 by SESI-SP President Mr Paulo Skaf. As one of the newest teams in Brazil, SESI-SP’s achievements are spectacular, including two victories in the Sao Paulo Cup and the South American club title in 2014. In the Superliga, SESI-SP were second in 2014, fourth in 2013 and fifth in 2012.

Coach profile

Talmo Curto De Oliveira is a former Brazilian international and a gold medallist at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.

Talmo began his coaching career with Sada Betim, winning the Mineiro Championship in 2008. He then moved to Montes Claros in 2009, who were the Superliga vice-champions that season. In 2010, Talmo took on SESI-SP. He won the South American Championship in 2014, qualifying his team for the World Club Championship for the first time in its history, and also inspired SESI-SP to victories in the Sao Paulo Cup in 2012 and 2013. Talmo is one of the most respected and experienced coaches in Brazil. He is known for bringing fresh ideas and methods to the game, and for inspiring his players to fight for every point in a game. 

After defeating Molico Osasco in the 14th edition of the Women’s South American Club Championship to qualify for this year’s FIVB Volleyball Women’s Club World Championship in Zurich, Talmo said: "I'm super happy to have won this South American title. It is an honor to lead the team on the court.”