|Full name||Regla Torres Herrera|
February 12, 1975 |
|Height||1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)|
|Weight||75 kg (165 lb)|
|Spike||331 cm (130 in)|
|Block||315 cm (124 in)|
|Last updated: March 2010|
|Competitor for Cuba|
|World Grand Champions Cup|
|FIVB World Cup|
|FIVB World Grand Prix|
|Gold||1993 Hong Kong||Team|
|Bronze||1998 Hong Kong||Team|
Regla Torres Herrera (born in Havana on February 12, 1975) is a Cuban volleyball player who has won three Olympic gold medals with her first being at the young, for volleyball, age of 17. She has played on the international circuit since she was 14. In 2001 she was recipient of the Best Player of the 20th Century award by the FIVB and was inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame.
- FIVB Best Player of the 20th Century
- 2001 Hall of Fame Inductee
- 2000 Summer Olympics "Best Spiker"
- 1998 World Championship "Most Valuable Player"
- 1998 World Championship "Best Blocker"
- 1994 World Championship "Most Valuable Player"
- 1994 World Championship "Best Blocker"
- FIVB. "Best Volleyball Player Of The 20th Century - Female". Retrieved 2010-03-11.
- Volleyball Hall of Fame. "Regla Torres Herrera". Retrieved 2010-03-11.
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