Dorota Świeniewicz

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Dorota Świeniewicz
Dorota Świeniewicz (cropped).jpg
Personal information
Full name Dorota Świeniewicz
Nickname Dori
Nationality Polish
Born (1972-07-27) July 27, 1972 (age 44)
Głuszyca, Poland
Hometown Świdnica, Poland
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Weight 65 kg (143 lb)
Spike 315 cm (124 in)
Block 305 cm (120 in)
Coaching information
Previous teams coached
Years Teams
2012–2013
2013
Poland PTPS Piła (II)
Poland Sparta Warszawa (II)
Volleyball information
Position Outside hitter
Career
Years Teams
1988–1993
1993–1997
1997–2006
2007–2008
2008–2009
2009–2010
2010–2012
Poland Polonia Świdnica
Poland BKS Stal Bielsko-Biała
Italy Pallavolo Sirio Perugia
Spain Ícaro Palma
Italy Santeramo Sport
Poland BKS Stal Bielsko-Biała
Poland Atom Trefl Sopot
National team
1991–2009  Poland (325)
Last updated: 11 June 2015

Dorota Świeniewicz (born 27 July 1972) is a female Polish volleyball player, a member of Poland women's national volleyball team in 1991–2009, double European Champion (2003, 2005), Polish Champion (1996, 2010), Italian Champion (2003, 2005).

Personal life[edit]

On March 1, 2007 she gave birth to son named Julian.[1] Child's father is Marek Brandt - a former manager of Poland women's national volleyball team.

Career[edit]

National team[edit]

On September 28, 2003 Poland women's national volleyball team, including Świeniewicz, beat Turkey (3–0) in final and won title of European Champion 2003.[2] Two years later, Polish team with Świeniewicz in squad defended title and achieved second title of European Champion.[3] She was Most Valuable Player of tournament.

Sporting achievements[edit]

Clubs[edit]

CEV Champions League[edit]

CEV Cup[edit]

National championships[edit]

National team[edit]

Individually[edit]

State awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dorota Świeniewicz już biega, ale za dzieckiem - wiadomosci24.pl - 15-03-2007
  2. ^ Polskie siatkarki mistrzyniami Europy! - onet.pl - 28-09-2003
  3. ^ Polska prasa: "Złotka ciągle złote" - interia.pl - 26-09-2005

External links[edit]

Awards
Preceded by
Poland Małgorzata Glinka
Most Valuable Player of
CEV European Championship

2005
Succeeded by
Italy Taismary Agüero

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