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Incheon
Birthday
1988-02-26
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2019-11-23
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2020-08-17
Lausanne, Switzerland, August 17, 2020 - Kim Yeon Koung has been an integral part of the Korean national team for a good…
1 month ago • breakingice • 35 views
breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
1 month ago
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Many of the Korean players' names added the past month https://women.volleybox.net/players/KR in here has wrong formatting. Their last names and first names should be switched so that Lee/Kim/Han/etc comes after their first names.

sitenoiseUS 95
1 month ago
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@breakingice  looks like someone's working on that, just a few left?

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
3 months ago
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According to the official report found here on page 591,  the best player of the tournament are

  • Total Kills: Maria Salgado (BRA)
  • Kill %: Julie Vollertsen (USA)
  • Total Blocks: Rose Magers (USA)
  • Solo Blocks: Sandra Lima (BRA)
  • Sewing Ace: Meizhu Zheng (CHN)
  • Perfect Receptions: Heloisa Roese (BRA)

I think by current standards, the Best Spiker is Vollertsen, Best Blocker is Magers, Best Server is Zheng, and Best Receiver is Roese.

#TheOlympics1984 

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
3 months ago
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Today Kim revealed her house and her collection of trophies on TV. It shows that she was best scorer and best receiver of the 2005 U17 Asian Championship held at Mandaue City.

#AsianChampionshipU172005

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
4 months ago
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  • Best Scorer was given to Yeon-Koung Kim, despite being the best scorer for overall points being Yusleinis Herrera Alvarez. Kim was best scorer for points per set, which I think was the standard for this season.
  • Best Spiker was given to Yeon-Koung Kim, although Ivana Milos was best spiker statistics-wise.
  • Best Server was given to Floortje Meijners, although Yeon-Koung Kim was best server statistics-wise.
  • Best Setter was given to Naz Aydemir, although Nedime Elif Öner was best setter statistics-wise.
  • Best Reciever was given to Gözde Kırdar, although Ana Starčević was best receiver statistics-wise.
  • Best Libero was given to Gizem Örge, although dataproject's best team is Nihan Yeldan.
  • Dataproject, Italian Wikipedia, English Wikipedia

#TurkiyeBayanlarVoleybolLigi2014/15 

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
4 months ago
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Hello, could I know the maximum limit of the number of best players one can add for a cup tournament? Officially only MVPs are given out but since the dataproject website lists best scorer/server/blocker/receiver/spiker as well as the Best 7 of each position... which awards can you include?

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
4 months ago
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  • Best Scorer: Yeon-Koung Kim
  • Best Server: Floortje Meijners
  • Best Blocker: Milena Rasic
  • Best Reciever: Nihan Yeldan
  • Best Spiker: Eda Erdem

http://tvf-web.dataproject.com/CompetitionHome.aspx?ID=12

#TurkishCup2014/15 

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
4 months ago
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The Asian qualification tournament was held in Canberra, Australia, from March 28th to 31st. South Korea, Japan, Chinese Taipei and Australia participated in the tournament with the winner of the finals granted one ticket for the 1996 Summer Olympics. It was held in a round-robin format and the ticket went to South Korea. Yoon-Hee Chang was voted as MVP. Articles in Korean about this: 1, 2, 3.

#AsianOlympicQualification1996

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
4 months ago
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Kenny Moreno(Hyundai) was the regular round MVP and Montanyo(KGC) was the Final Championship MVP. Again, KOVO has failed to list this on their website but here is a picture on the website of the tournament.

MVP

#KoreanV-League2009/10

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
4 months ago
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Bethania De La Cruz (GS Caltex) was the regular round MVP and Yeon-Koung Kim(Heungkuk) was the Final Championship MVP. For some reason, KOVO has failed to list this on their website. One news video about this and another interview.

#KoreanV-League2008/09

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
4 months ago
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Yeon-Koung Kim (Heungkuk) was the MVP of the regular round, but the finals MVP is Dae-Young Jung (GS Caltex). There is an interview article and another news article about this. Under KOVO website, it also says 챔프전 MVP (Championship MVP) is Jung.

#KoreanV-League2007/08

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
4 months ago
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Thailand's team EST (7th) and Vietnam's Vietinbank (8th) also participated in the Cup. Tournament Information and ranking.

#KoreanCup2018/19

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
4 months ago
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Tianjin Bridgestone was the winner of this cup. KOVO cup is sometimes an international tournament with teams outside of Korea participating, so the region should be changed to continental. 

#KoreanCup2009/10

SherlockFR 127
4 months ago
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@breakingice Fixed, thanks for notifying it.

breakingiceKR in Volleyball microblog
4 months ago
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There is no Final MVP for the 2019/20 Korean V-League because there is no winning team due to do the COVID-19 crisis. Hyo-jin Yang is the regular season MVP, which is not the equivalent to a Championship MVP. There is no winning team of the season (Hyundai is 1st for the regular round), so there should be no MVP included in the Best Players section.

#KoreanV-League2019/20

breakingiceKR 1
4 months ago
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@Sherlock Because KOVO has explicitly stated there is no winning team for the season, I think it should be considered as cancelled.

SherlockFR 127
4 months ago
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@breakingice Okay I've done it, thanks for answering and for your informations :)

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2012-09-22
It was the first Sunday meeting in the Wroclaw hall. The match started much better for those of the former coach of Atom…
10 months ago • breakingice • 50 views
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10 months ago
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I think the best players list is wrong. Brankica Mihajlović and Tatiana Kosheleva were awarded the Best Outside Hitters of the tournament, but they were not the best receivers. The best receiver, according to the FIVB World Cup 2015 Website, was Sarina Koga.

#FIVBWorldCup2015 

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