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Full name  Maiko Kano
Position  Setter
Height  1.85 m
Nickname  Maiko
Current club  Hisamitsu Springs
Weight  72 kg
Spike  304 cm (120 in)
Name  Maiko Kano
Siblings  Miyuki Kano
Block  285 cm (112 in)
Role  Volleyball player

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Born  July 5, 1988 Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan (1988-07-05)
Olympic medals  Volleyball at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women's volleyball
Similar People  Saori Kimura, Risa Shinnabe, Yukiko Ebata, Yuko Sano, Erika Araki

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Maiko Kano (狩野舞子 Kano Maiko, born July 15, 1988) is a Japanese volleyball player who plays for Hisamitsu Springs. She was part of the Japanese team that won bronze at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Kumi Nakada (the coach of Hisamitu Springs) converted her to Setter in 2012-13 season.

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Profiles

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  • She became a volleyball player at 10 years old.
  • Miyuki Kano is her elder sister.
  • She was elected the candidate player of the national team when she was a junior high school student.
  • Clubs

    Maiko Kano 2011 FIVB World Grand Prix Week Nippon News
  • Hachiouji Jissen Junior High
  • Hachiouji Jissen High School
  • Hisamitsu Springs (2007–2010)
  • Minerva Volley Pavia(2010-2011)
  • Beşiktaş(2011-2012)
  • Hisamitsu Springs (2012–)
  • Individuals

  • 2009 Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament Excellent player awards, Best 6
  • Team

  • 2007 Empress's Cup - Runner-Up, with Hisamitsu Springs.
  • 2008-2009 V.Premier League - Runner-Up, with Hisamitsu Springs.
  • 2012 Empress's Cup - Champion, with Hisamitsu Springs.
  • 2012-2013 V.Premier League - Champion, with Hisamitsu Springs.
  • 2013 - Japan-Korea V.League Top Match - Champion, with Hisamitsu Springs.
  • 2013 - Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament - Champion, with Hisamitsu Springs.
  • 2014 Asian Club Championship - Champion, with Hisamitsu Springs.
  • National team

  • 2011: 4th place in the World Cup in Japan
  • 2012: Bronze Medal in the Olympic Games of London
  • References

    Maiko Kano Wikipedia


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