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Name  Luisa Fuentes

Luisa Fuentes

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Luisa Estela Fuentes Quijandría (1954, in Ica), more known as Lucha Fuentes is a noted retired volleyball player from Peru.


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Luisa Fuentes was born on 24 August in Ica of 1954. Her father was player Félix Fuentes and of the iqueña Estela Quijandría. When she was 14 years old she was discovered by Akira Kato and before she turned 15 years she was playing in Lima by the Divine School Teacher.

She was several times champion of South America and Sub-champion of Pan-American volleyball in the 1960s. She participated in the Olympic games of Mexico 1968 and participated with the selection until the Worldwide Championship of USSR 1978. She has been a great player, probably one of the five best of all times in Perú. She fought to popularize volleyball in Peru. In the year 2000, she was nominated by the international federation in the election to the best player of the 20th century.

She went on to become professor of the Sportive Academies Pupils of the Foundation Telefónica, where 300 girls and boys between 9 and 14 participate.


  • 1967: Runner-up Pan-American to
  • 1967: Champion South American Santos
  • 1967: 4th put Worldwide Championship Japan
  • 1968: 4th put Olympic games of Mexico
  • 1969: Runner-up South American Caracas
  • 1970: 14 at Worldwide Championship Bulgaria
  • 1971: Runner-up Pan-American
  • 1971: Champion South-American Montevideo
  • 1973: Champion South-American Bucaramanga
  • 1974: 8th Worldwide Championship Mexico
  • 1975: Runner-up Pan-American
  • 1975: Champion South-American Asunción
  • 1976: 7th place Olympic games of Montreal
  • 1977: Champion South American Lima
  • 1978: 10th place Worldwide Championship USSR 78
  • 1979: Second place in the Panamericanos of San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • 1979: Champion South American Saint Faith, Argentina (with what marked his definite retreat of the fields)
  • References

    Luisa Fuentes Wikipedia

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