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Volleyball at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics

Volleyball at the
2010 Summer Youth Olympics
boys girls

Volleyball at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics took place August 21–26 at Toa Payoh Sports Hall in Singapore.


  • Teams 1
  • Medal Summary 2
  • Participating teams 3
    • Boys 3.1
    • Girls 3.2
  • External links 4


Continent Boys Girls
Europe  Serbia (SRB)
 Russia (RUS)
 Belgium (BEL)
Africa  DR Congo (COD)  Egypt (EGY)
Norceca  Cuba (CUB)  United States (USA)
Asia  Iran (IRI)  Singapore (SIN)
 Japan (JPN)
South America  Argentina (ARG)  Peru (PER)

Medal Summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys' volleyball
 Cuba (CUB)
Wilfredo León
Alejandro González
Calos Araujo
Juan Andres León
Alexis Lamadrid
Yonder Garcia
Yulian Duran
Daniel Albo
Nelson Loyola
Yassel Perdomo
 Argentina (ARG)
Mauro Llanos
Luciano Verasio
Leonardo Plaza
Frederico Martina
Gonzalo Lapera
Ramiro Nunez
Esteban Martínez
Gonzalo Quiroga
Tomas Ruiz
Ezequiel Palacios
Nicolas Mendez
Damian Villalba
 Russia (RUS)
Vladimir Manerov
Bogdan Glivenko
Ivan Komarov
Dmitriy Solodilin
Valentin Golubev
Aleksandr Shchurin
Filipp Mokievskiy
Aleksey Tertyshnikov
Konstantin Osipov
Ilya Nikitin
Vadim Zolotukhin
Maxim Kulikov
Girls' volleyball
 Belgium (BEL)
Laurine Klinkenberg
Laura Heyrman
Delfien Brugman
Elien Ruysschaert
Ilka van de Vyver
Lore van den Vonder
Sophie van Nimmen
Mira Juwet
Karolien Vleugels
Tara Lauwers
Lotte Penders
Valerie El Houssine
 United States (USA)
Samantha Cash
Crystal Graff
Micha Hancock
Natalie Hayes
Christina Higgins
Madison Kamp
Elizabeth McMahon
Katherine Mitchell
Tiffany Morales
Olivia Okoro
Taylor Simpson
Laura Teknipp
 Peru (PER)
Cary Vasquez
Brenda Daniela Uribe
Grecia Herrada
María Fátima Acosta
Vivian Baella
Alexandra Muñoz
Lisset Sosa
Katerinne Olemar
Raffaella Camet
Diana Gonzales
Clarivett Yllescas
Sandra Chumacero

Participating teams


Group A
Group B


Group A
Group B

External links

  • FIVB competition site boys
  • FIVB competition site girls
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