347 cm (137 in)
| 330 cm (130 in)|
| Plamen Georgiev Konstantinov|
June 14, 1973 (age 42)
Sofia, Bulgaria (1973-06-14)
Guberniya Nizhniy Novgorod
Eva Doycheva, Georgi Konstantinov
Volleyball at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's tournament
Vladimir Nikolov, Teodor Salparov, Matey Kaziyski, Andrey Zhekov, Todor Aleksiev
Plamen Konstantinov Wikipedia
Plamen Georgiev Konstantinov (Bulgarian: Пламен Георгиев Константинов; born 14 June 1973) is a former Bulgarian volleyball player, a member of Bulgaria men's national volleyball team, head coach of Bulgaria men's national volleyball team and Lokomotiv Novosibirsk.
Konstantinov was born in Sofia; both his parents, Georgi and Eva née Doycheva, are former volleyball internationals and his older brother Julian Konstantinov is an opera singer. Like his father, he bears the nickname Gibona ("The Gibbon").
Konstantinov finished a sports school and started his career with Levski Sofia in 1986, where he remained until 1995; he spent some of the following season with Slavia Sofia and then moved to Italy to play for the Gioia del Colle team. In 1996–97, he was a member of Greek Aris VC and then of Turkish Halkbank Ankara (1997–99). From 1999 until 2004 he played in Greece for Orestiada, PAOK Thessaloniki V.C., Iraklis V.C., Olympiacos S.C. and Panathinaikos VC. In 2004–05, he was with the French Tours VB and then in 2004–05 he represented the Montichiari team. In 2005–06, he played in Poland for Jastrzębski Węgiel and then in 2006–07 he was in Russia with ZSKA Gazprom Surgut. He ended his career in Iraklis, where he played from 2007 to 2009. With Iraklis Thessaloniki he won the silver medal at the 2008-09 Indesit Champions League and also was individually awarded "Best Receiver".
Konstantinov's awards and achievements include Bulgarian championship titles with Levski and Slavia, Greek championship titles with Aris, Iraklis, Olympiacos and Panathinaikois and a French championship title with Tours. He has also won the Greek Cup once and the Supercup twice with Iraklis and the Bulgarian Cup twice with Slavia. He has twice been awarded the Greek Championship Volleyball Player of the Year prize. In 2006, he won third-place bronze medals from the 2006 FIVB Men's World Championship and the 2007 FIVB Men's World Cup in Japan with the Bulgaria national team. In 2008, he was voted Bulgaria's Man of the Year in an online poll organized by Darik Radio.
In 2010/11 season, he started his coaching career, as the coach of Ziraatbank of the Turkish Volleyball League.2008–09 CEV Champions League "Best Receiver"
2004 Greek Volley League "Most Valyable Player