Waldo Kantor

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Waldo Kantor
Personal information
Full name Waldo Ariel Kantor
Nationality Argentine
Born (1960-01-11) 11 January 1960 (age 58)
Height 178 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 93 kg (205 lb)
Volleyball information
Number 1 (national team)
National team
1988-1990Argentina Argentina

Wáldo Ariel Kantor (born January 11, 1960) is a retired volleyball player from Argentina, who represented his native country at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California and the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. In Seoul, Kantor won the bronze medal with the men's national team. He started played soccer at All Boys, and then decided to play volleyball at IL Peretz from Villa Lynch. He was also a great chinchon player, and also a knew how to make goods asados.

With Ferro Carril Oeste he obtained the Morgan Cup of 1979, and the national championships of 1980 and 1981. Kantor received 2 Konex Awards volleyball merit diplomas (1990 and 2000)

After retirement, he became a successful coach with Argentine first division Bolivar Buenos Aires, winning the 2007/2008 championship. He also played at Mendele from Loma Hermosa, where he defeated different teams from the area, such as villa piagio, los matreros, and River

Club history[edit]

Club Country From To
Club I.L. Peretz Villa Lynch  Argentina 1974–1975 1977–1978
Ferro Carril Oeste  Argentina 1978–1979 1981–1982
Sienne  Italy 1982–1983 1982–1983
Jesi  Italy 1983–1984 1984–1985
Pallavolo Catania  Italy 1985–1986 1985–1986
Córdoba  Spain 1986–1987 1986–1987
Pallavolo Catania  Italy 1987–1988 1989–1990
Pallavolo Modena  Italy 1990–1991 1992–1993
Montpellier UC Volley-Ball  France 1993–1994 1993–1994
Banespa/São Paulo  Brazil 1994–1995 1994–1995
Mendele Loma Hermosa 1995–1996 1995–1996
Paris Volley  France 1996–1997 1996–1997

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