| 296 cm (117 in)|
306 cm (120 in)
| Leyla Felicita Chihuan Ramos|
September 4, 1975 (age 40)
Lima, Peru (1975-09-04)
Volleyball at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Women\'s tournament
Natalia Malaga, Milagros Moy, Elena Keldibekova, Rosa Garcia, Sara Joya
Leyla Felicita Chihuán Ramos (born September 4, 1975 in Lima) is a former female volleyball player from Peru, of Quechua and Afro-Peruvian descent, who twice represented her native country at the Summer Olympics. In 2011, she entered politics, becoming a Congresswoman.
Leyla Chihuán Wikipedia
She was the captain of the Peruvian volleyball national team from 2005 to 2010 2006 FIVB Women's World Championship.
She has played in several teams in Spain and Italy.
Playing in Chiapas, Mexico with her National Senior Team, she won the Best Blocker award and the silver medal at the 2010 Final Four Cup.
Chihuán stated during the 2010 FIVB Women's World Championship that it would be her last tournament with her team and that she would step down as player and captain. After Peru's final match against China she told reporters in interviews that she did not leave because of some physical or age related issue but due to "circumstances" that she could not control. Winiary Kalisz (1997-1999)
CV Benidorm (2005-2007)
CV Miranda (2008-2009)
Regatas Lima (2009-2010)
Universidad César Vallejo (2013-2014)
In 2011, Leyla Chihuán was elected to the Congress of Peru on the list of the fujimorist Fuerza 2011 party, representing the city of Lima. She is one of four female ex-volleyball players serving in Congress for the 2011-2016 term.1996 Olympic Games — 11th place
1998 World Championship — 9th place
2000 Olympic Games — 11th place
2006 World Championship — 20th place
2007 FIVB World Cup — 11th place
2009 Pan-American Cup — 5th place
2010 World Championship — 15th place
2009 South American Championship "Best Scorer"
2009 South American Championship "Best Spiker"
2010 Final Four Cup "Best Blocker"
2005 Bolivarian Games, Gold Medal
2007 South American Championship, Silver Medal
2009 South American Championship, Bronze Medal
2010 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup, Silver Medal
2010 Final Four Women's Volleyball Cup, Silver Medal