Colombia women's national volleyball team

Colombia
Association Federación Colombiana de Voleibol
Confederation CSV
Head coach Brazil Mauro Maraciulo
FIVB ranking (as of October 7, 2013)
Website www.fedevolei.com (Spanish)
Uniforms
Team colours
 
Home
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Colombia women's national volleyball team
Medal record
South American Championship
Bronze 1991 São Paulo Team

The Colombia women's national volleyball team represents Colombia in international competitions in women's volleyball. The squad won its first continental medal at the 1991 edition of the South American Championship. The dominant forces in women's volleyball on the South American continent are Brazil and Peru.

Results

Pan American Games

  • 1955 – did not participate
  • 1959 – did not participate
  • 1963 – did not participate
  • 1967 – did not participate
  • 1971 – 7th place
  • 1975 – did not participate
  • 1979 – did not participate
  • 1983 – did not participate
  • 1987 – did not participate
  • 1991 – did not participate
  • 1995 – did not participate
  • 1999 – did not participate
  • 2003 – did not participate
  • 2007 – did not participate
  • 2011 – did not participate

Pan-American Cup

  • 2002 — did not participate
  • 2003 — did not participate
  • 2004 — did not participate
  • 2005 — did not participate
  • 2006 — did not participate
  • 2007 — did not participate
  • 2008 — did not participate
  • 2009 — did not participate
  • 2010 — did not participate
  • 2011 — did not participate
  • 2012 — 11th place

South American Championship

  • 1951 — did not compete
  • 1956 — did not compete
  • 1958 — did not compete
  • 1961 — did not compete
  • 1962 — did not compete
  • 1964 — did not compete
  • 1967 — did not compete
  • 1969 — 6th place
  • 1971 — 7th place
  • 1973 — 7th place
  • 1975 — did not compete
  • 1977 — did not compete
  • 1979 — did not compete
  • 1981 — did not compete
  • 1983 — 5th place
  • 1985 — 4th place
  • 1987 — did not compete
  • 1989 — did not compete
  • 1991Bronze medal
  • 1993 — 4th place
  • 1995 — 5th place
  • 1997 — 6th place
  • 1999 — did not compete
  • 2001 — did not compete
  • 2003 — 4th place
  • 2005 — did not compete
  • 2007 — 6th place
  • 2009 — 4th place
  • 2011 — 4th place

Bolivarian Games

  • 2005 — 3rd place

Squads

  • Bronze Medal
    • Paola Ampudia, Sandra Montoya, Carolina Bahamon Kenny Moreno, Diana Arango, Laura Cadavid, Silvia Lobo, Jessica Ángulo and Cindy Ramírez
  • 2011 South American Championship — 4th place
    • Madelaynne Montaño, Jessica Angulo, Cindy Ramírez, Martha Nieva, Lorena Zuleta, Paola Ampudia, Mery Mancilla, Danna Escobar, Kenny Moreno, Estanislada Cuéllar, Paola Cortés and Sandra Montoya.

External links

  • Sports123

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