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Full name  Saori Kimura
Name  Saori Kimura
Siblings  Misato Kimura
Position  Wing-spiker
Weight  65 kg
Block  293 cm (115 in)
Height  1.85 m
Spike  304 cm (120 in)
Role  Volleyball player

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Born  August 19, 1986 Yashio, Saitama, Japan (1986-08-19)
Olympic medals  Volleyball at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women's volleyball
Similar People  Saori Sakoda, Megumi Kurihara, Misato Kimura, Haruka Miyashita, Yukiko Ebata

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Saori Kimura (木村 沙織, Kimura Saori, born August 19, 1986) is a Japanese volleyball player who played for Toray Arrows. She also played for the All-Japan women's volleyball team and was a captain of the team. She was a participant at the 2004 Summer Olympics, 2008 Summer Olympics, 2012 Summer Olympics and 2016 Summer Olympics, winning a bronze medal in 2012. Her nicknames are Japan's future, Infinite Saorin (ニッポンの未来 サオリン無限大 Nippon no mirai Saorin Mugendai) and Miracle Saorin. She was so versatile that she could play any position.

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On 10 July 2012, Toray announced that Kimura will move to VakıfBank Türk Telekom next season.

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On 3 June 2013, Daikin (which is a sponsor of Galatasaray Daikin) announced that Kimura will move to Galatasaray Daikin next season.

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On 5 June 2014 Toray Arrows announced her joining next season.

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In 2017, Kimura embarked on a tour of Japan as a musician, joined by 3776 producer Ishida Akira, who composed several original songs for her.

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Individuals

  • The 12th Women's V.League - New Face Award (2005–06)
  • 2007 14th Senior Asian Championship at Thailand - Best Server
  • 2007-08 All Japan Championship 2008 - MVP
  • 2007-08 Women's V.Premier League - Best 6
  • 2008-09 Women's V.Premier League - Best 6
  • 2008 World GrandPrix 2008 Preliminary Round - Best Server
  • 2009 Korea-Japan Top Match - MIP ( Most Impression Player )
  • 2009 58th Kurowashi Tournament - MVP
  • 2009 15th Senior Asian Championship at Vietnam - Best Server
  • 2009-10 Women's V.Premier League MVP,Best 6
  • 2010 Korea-Japan Top Match - MVP
  • 2010 59th Kurowashiki Tournament MVP,Best6
  • 2010 Piemonte Woman Cup Tournament - Best Server and MVP
  • 2010 FIVB World Grand Prix "Best Scorer"
  • 2010-11 Women's V.Premier League - Excellent player award
  • 2011 60th Kurowashi Tournament - Best6
  • 2011-12 Women's V.Premier League Best 6
  • Clubs

  • 2007Domestic Sports Festival (Volleyball) - Champion, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2007-2008 Empress's Cup - Champion, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2007-2008 V.Premier League - Champion, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2008 Domestic Sports Festival - Runner-Up, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2008-2009 V.Premier League - Champion, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2009 Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Championship - Champion, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2009-2010 V.Premier League - Champion, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2010 Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Championship - Champion, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2010-2011 Empress's Cup - Runner-Up, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2010-2011 V.Premier League - Runner-Up, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2011-2012 Empress's Cup - Champion, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2011-2012 V.Premier League - Champion, with Toray Arrows.
  • 2012-13 Turkish Cup - Champion, with Vakıfbank Spor Kulübü
  • 2012–13 CEV Champions League - Champion, with Vakıfbank Spor Kulübü
  • 2012-13 Turkish Women's Volleyball League - Champion, with Vakıfbank Spor Kulübü
  • Senior Team

  • 2003: 5th place in the World Cup in Japan
  • 2004: 5th place in the Olympic Games of Athens
  • 2005: Bronze Medal in the 13th Senior Asian Championship
  • 2006: 6th place in the World Championship in Japan
  • 2006: Silver Medal in Asian Game 2006
  • 2007: Gold Medal in the 14th Senior Asian Championship at Thailand
  • 2007: 7th place in the World Cup in Japan
  • 2008: 6th place in the World Grand Prix Final round
  • 2008: 5th place in the Olympic Games of Beijing
  • 2009: 6th place in the World Grand Prix Final round
  • 2009: 3rd place in the 15th Senior Asian Championship at Vietnam
  • 2009: 4th place in the World Grand Champion Cup
  • 2010: 1st place in Piemonte Woman Cup Tournament, Turin Italy
  • 2010: 5th place in the World Grand Prix Final round
  • 2010: Bronze Medal in the World Championship
  • 2011: 5th place in the World Grand Prix Final round
  • 2011: Silver Medal in the 16th Senior Asian Championship
  • 2011: 4th place in the World Cup in Japan
  • 2012: Bronze Medal in the Olympic Games of London
  • 2013: 4th place in the World Grand Prix Final round
  • 2013: Silver medal in the Asian Championship
  • 2013: Bronze Medal in the Grand Champions Cup
  • 2014: Silver medal in the 2014 Grand Prix
  • CD singles

  • Caught Out / No Mark
  • Setter / Over Times
  • Tanoshii yo?
  • All singles were released as venue-exclusive CD-Rs on Kimura's nationwide tour, held February of 2017.

    References

    Saori Kimura Wikipedia


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