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Team manager Nikolaychuk Inna
Head coach Zhuravlev Viktor
Assistant coach Zinkin Ilya
Doctor Volkov Maxim
Therapist / trainer Shamuzov Malik
Journalist Koibagarov Talap
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
1 Natalya Zhukova Zhukova 29.03.1980 184 72 295 280
2   Tatyana Pyurova Pyurova 05.04.1982 180 66 298 294 Zhetyssu
4 Olga Karpova Karpova 10.06.1980 184 65 305 295 Zhetyssu
5   Yuliya Kutsko Kutsko 18.04.1980 190 76 305 295 Neve Shaanan
6 Olga Nassedkina Nassedkina 28.12.1982 190 75 305 295 Zhetyssu
8   Korinna Ishimtseva Ishimtseva 08.02.1984 187 69 300 290 Zhetyssu
9 Xeniya Ilyuchshenko Ilyuchshenko 29.05.1979 180 66 290 280 Rabita Baku
L 10   Yelena Ezau Ezau 09.03.1983 174 57 265 260 Irtysh Kazchrome
11 Olga Grushko Grushko 07.04.1976 180 72 303 293 Zhetyssu
C 13   Yelena Pavlova Pavlova 12.12.1978 184 70 315 290 Hisamitsu
16 Inna Matveyeva Matveyeva 12.10.1978 186 70 303 294 Altay
18   Sana Anarkulova Anarkulova 21.07.1989 188 77 300 280 Altay
 C=Captain  L=Libero
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Women's Volleyball in Kazakhstan has a strong tradition. In the past, Kazakhstan players have been included in the National Women's Team of the USSR, at various times becoming Olympic and World Champions.

After Kazakhstan gained independence, a newly formed National Team began to represents the country in international competitions organised by the AVC and FIVB.

The Kazakhstan Women's National Team qualified for the 2006 FIVB World Championship in Japan and won the silver medal at the 13th Asian Women's Championship.

In 2007, Kazakhstan for the first time appeared in the FIVB World Grand Prix and finished in 10th place, beating Dominican Republic and going close to downing Russia in an epic five-set match.

The Kazakhstan Women were a little unlucky in the Asian Women's Championship in Thailand and couldn't qualify for the 2007 FIVB World Cup but the major aim now is to claim an Olympic Games ticket and the target is definitely an achievable one.