Małgorzata Glinka-Mogentale

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Małgorzata Glinka-Mogentale
Małgorzata Glinka-Mogentale 02 - FIVB World Championship European Qualification Women Łódź January 2014.jpg
Personal information
Full name Małgorzata Glinka-Mogentale
Nickname Maggie
Nationality Polish
Born (1978-09-30) September 30, 1978 (age 38)
Warszawa, Poland
Height 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)
Weight 75 kg (165 lb)
Spike 315 cm (124 in)
Block 304 cm (120 in)
Volleyball information
Position Opposite/Outside hitter
Career
Years Teams
1993–1996
1996–1998
1998–1999
1999–2003
2003–2005
2005–2006
2006–2008
2010–2013
2013–2015
Skra Warszawa
MKS Andrychów
Augusto Kalisz
Minetti Vicenza
Asystel Novara
RC Cannes
CAV Murcia 2005
Vakıfbank Istambul
KPS Chemik Police
National team
1997–2014  Poland
Last updated: 23 February 2017

Małgorzata Glinka-Mogentale (born 30 September 1978) is a female Polish retired volleyball player, she was a member of Poland women's national volleyball team in 1997–2014, a participant of the Olympic Games Beijing 2008, double European Champion (2003, 2005), gold medalist of Polish, French, Spanish and Turkish national championships.

Personal life[edit]

Glinka was born in Warszawa, Poland. She has an older sister Dorota. On June 24, 2004 she married to former Italian volleyball player - Roberto Mogentale.[1][2] In July 2009 she gave birth to their daughter Michelle.[3]

Career[edit]

Clubs[edit]

Glinka won the 2010–11 CEV Champions League with Vakıfbank Istambul and she gained individual award for the Most Valuable Player.

National team[edit]

Glinka was awarded Best Scorer and Most Valuable Player of World Cup 2003.[4] On September 28, 2003 Poland women's national volleyball team, including Glinka, beat Turkey (3–0) in final and won title of European Champion 2003.[5] She was also Best Scorer and Most Valuable Player of tournament. Two years later, Polish team with Glinka in squad defended title and achieved second title of European Champion.[6] In October 2009 she won with team mates bronze medal of European Championship 2009 after winning match against Germany.[7] She participated with her national team at the Olympic Games 2008 held in Beijing, China.

Records[edit]

  • Glinka scored 41 points in a match between Poland and Germany (European Championships 2003 - semifinal).
  • In the 2012-2013 Season, Vakıfbank İstanbul won all 47 games and reached three championship trophies (Turkish Cup, CEV Champions League, Turkish League). Turkish team never lost in the 2012-13 season.

Sporting achievements[edit]

Clubs[edit]

CEV Champions League[edit]

CEV Cup[edit]

FIVB Club World Championship[edit]

National championships[edit]

National team[edit]

Individually[edit]

State awards[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Awards
Preceded by
Bulgaria Antonina Zetova
Best Scorer of
CEV European Championship

2003
Succeeded by
-
Preceded by
-
Most Valuable Player of
CEV European Championship

2003
Succeeded by
Poland Dorota Świeniewicz
Preceded by
Croatia Barbara Jelić
Best Scorer of
FIVB World Cup

2003
Succeeded by
Poland Katarzyna Skowrońska-Dolata
Preceded by
Cuba Taismary Agüero
Most Valuable Player of
FIVB World Cup

2003
Succeeded by
Italy Simona Gioli