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TEAM COMPOSITION

 PER / Peru - Team Composition

 
Team manager Luis Linares Pablo
Head coach Luca Cristofani
Assistant coach Edwin Jimenez
Doctor Carlos Tay
Therapist / trainer Hernan Artieda
Journalist
 
    No.   Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block
  1 ANGELICA AQUINO AQUINO 10.08.1990 170 65 279 268
  2   MIRTHA URIBE SORIANO 12.03.1985 182 67 297 286
  3 DANIELA URIBE URIBE 11.12.1993 180 63 302 292
  C 4   DIANA SOTO SOTO 10.02.1980 185 72 300 295
  L 5 VANESSA PALACIOS PALACIOS 03.07.1984 167 66 275 260
  6   ALEXANDRA MUÑOZ MUÑOZ 16.08.1992 177 63 287 281
  L 7 MIRIAM PATIÑO PATIÑO 28.03.1990 167 67 275 260
  8   ANDREINA RUIZ RUIZ 30.04.1985 175 68 280 280
  9 RAFFAELLA CAMET CAMET 14.09.1992 184 71 303 289
  10   ZOILA LA ROSA LA ROSA 31.05.1990 176 57 285 280
  11 CLARIVETT YLLESCAS YLLESCAS 11.08.1993 183 63 305 295
  12   CARLA RUEDA RUEDA 19.04.1990 184 70 284 280
  13 Ginna Lopez LOPEZ 28.05.1994 189 66 310 298
  14   ELENA KELDIBEKOVA KELDIBEKOVA 23.06.1974 177 72 289 280
  15 KARLA ORTIZ ORTIZ 20.10.1991 182 60 300 290
  16   GRECIA HERRADA HERRADA 13.03.1993 176 67 294 283
  17 VIVIAN BAELLA BAELLA 03.08.1992 173 63 291 280
  18   Angela Leyva Leyva 22.11.1996 180 74 310 289
  19 ALEXANDRA MACHADO MACHADO 28.02.1995 178 65 293 284
  20   Santana Sandra SANTANA 19.03.1995 179 68 278 272
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

Under Italian coach Luca Cristofani, Peru are aiming for a spot at the 2012 London Olympics and a return to the level they achieved in the 1980s when they were among the best teams in the world.

Peru’s journey to London started in 2010 when the team did well in the Pan American Cup and finished second in the Final Four in Mexico. 

The Peruvian Volleyball Federation (FPV) was founded on May 12, 1942, with Dr. Marcial Ayaipoma Alvarado its first president. 

Peru participated in its first South American competition in Buenos Aires in 1964 under the leadership of Dr. Jose Pezet Miro Quesada, who achieved, among other things, the affiliation of the FPV to the South American Volleyball Confederation (CSV) and the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB). Peru made great progress under Quesada and he is considered the patriarch of volleyball in Peru. It was he who recruited the brilliant and well-remembered Japanese coach Akira Kato, who raised the level of the team. 

Peru have been South American champions 12 times. They were World Championship silver medallists in 1982 and Olympic silver medallists in 1988.
Coach profile