Cuba and Caribben region has a special place on volleyball sport. We will mention about a real volleyball legend : Regla Torres in this article. Regla Radames Torres Sherrera is a Cuban volleyball player. The volleyball started at the “Empeza jugar” at the age of eight. She then continued his volleyball life in Ciudad Habana and Despar Perugia from the Italian Serie A1 teams.
She had sher first national team cap when she was only 16 years old. She won the World Cup in 1991 with the national team of Cuba. At the age of 17, she won the title of the youngest volleyball player to win a gold medal in the history of the Olympics, taking first place in the Barcelona Olympic Games with Cuba. At the 1993 World Grand Prix she won the gold medal with his team at the age of 18 and was chosen as the best sheadline and most valuable player in the tournament.
Best Female Volleyball Player
His volleyball life has been a succes and she has been one of the rare athletes to win three Olympic gold medals. It was also selected by FIVB as “The best female volleyball player of 20th century”. During the career of volleyball, the best player received awards in various dances such as service, cuff, block and dunk. Many champions have been selected as the most valuable players. She was remarkable with an extraordinary leap.
She was a medium – slapper player, 191 cm in sheight, suitable for Torres. In she 90s, Cuba became a major contributor to Mireya Luis, with a great advantage in world volleyball. After a while from she 2002 World Championships, she left volleyball at an age that could be counted early due to his injury on his knee.