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19th Edition
5 - 28 August 2011

 
 SRB / Serbia - Team Composition

 
Team manager RELJIN Jelena
Head coach TERZIC Zoran
Assistant coach KOVACEVIC Branko
Doctor
Therapist / trainer MLADENOVIC Sinisa
Journalist STOJMENOVIC Sinisa
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  1 Ana Lazarevic Lazarevic 4/07/1991 186 74 280 268 Vizura Beograd (SRB)
  2   Jovana Brakocevic Brakocevic Canzian 5/03/1988 196 82 309 295 VAKIFBANK Istanbul (TUR)
  3 Sanja Malagurski Malagurski 8/06/1990 193 74 305 295 Trabzon Idman Ocagi (TUR)
  4   Bojana Zivkovic Zivkovic 29/03/1988 186 72 300 292 Volero Zurich (SUI)
  5 Natasa Krsmanovic Krsmanovic 19/06/1985 188 73 305 285 RABITA Baku (AZE)
  6   Tijana Malesevic Malesevic 18/03/1991 185 78 300 286 Igor Gorgonzola Novara (ITA)
  7 Brizitka Molnar Molnar 28/07/1985 182 69 304 290 AO Panathinaikos Athens (GRE)
  8   Ana Antonijevic Antonijevic 26/08/1987 185 70 295 283 RC DE CANNES Cannes (FRA)
  9 Jovana Vesovic Vesovic 21/06/1987 182 68 283 268 Tomis Constanta (ROM)
  10   Maja Ognjenovic Ognjenovic 6/08/1984 183 67 300 293 Nordmeccanica Piacenza (ITA)
  11 Vesna DJURISIC DJURISIC 3/02/1979 187 75 305 300 Galatasaray Istanbul (TUR)
  C 12   Jelena Nikolic Nikolic 13/04/1982 194 79 315 300 Bursa Buyuksehir (TUR)
  13 Ana Bjelica Bjelica 3/04/1992 190 78 310 305 CHEMIC Police SA (POL)
  14   Nadja Ninkovic Ninkovic 1/11/1991 192 77 307 298 Volero Zürich
  15 Jovana Stevanovic Stevanovic 30/06/1992 192 72 308 295 Pomi Casalmaggiore (ITA)
  16   Milena Rasic Rasic 25/10/1990 191 72 315 310 VakifBank Istanbul (TUR)
  17 Stefana Veljkovic Veljkovic 9/01/1990 190 76 320 305 Chemic Police SA (POL)
  L 18   Suzana Cebic Cebic 9/11/1984 167 60 279 255 CSM Targoviste (ROU)
  L 19 Silvija Popovic Popovic 15/03/1986 178 65 286 276 Volero Zürich (SUI)
  L 20   Nina Rosic Rosic 5/05/1990 172 61 277 261 VBC Volero Zurich (SUI)
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

The Serbian women’s team is presently ranked ninth by the FIVB. Over the past five years the “Blue Ladies” have achieved some notable results that have brought them to the level of the finest teams in the world.

The rise of the Serbian women’s team started with the bronze medal at the 2006 World Championship in Japan, followed by the silver medal at the 2007 European Championship.

For the first time ever in the history of Serbian volleyball, the “Blue Ladies” took part in the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008 and finished fifth.

For the next three years (2009, 2010 and 2011), the women’s team won the CEV European League, making them the only winners of this competition.

This year, the “Blue Ladies” will participate for the first time in the FIVB World Grand Prix. Jelena Nikolic returns to the team after injury problems and Vesna Citakovic-Djurisic is coming back after being absent for three years. With these two players, the young and talented Serbian team will pose a threat to every rival in the competition.

Coach profile

Zoran Terzic studied physical education at the Faculty of Physical Culture in Belgrade and played for VC Crvena Zvezda. At the start of his coaching career, he worked with ex-Yugoslavia coach Drago Tomic and then as assistant to Goran Nesic of VC IMT. Terzic debuted as head coach of the Serbian women’s team in 2002. His first major success was qualifying for the 2003 European Championship after a 12-year absence. Over the past five years, he has achieved a number of successes, including the bronze medal at the 2006 World Championship. In 2008, he led the team to qualification for the Olympic Games for the first time.




 
 

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