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Saori Kimura
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Personal information
Full name Saori Kimura
Born August 19, 1986(1986-08-19)
Yashio,Saitama, Japan
Height 1.84 m (6 ft +12 in)
Weight 66 kg (150 lb)
Volleyball information
Position Wing-spiker
Current club Toray Arrows
Number 10
National team
 Japan

Saori Kimura (木村沙織 Kimura Saori, born August 19, 1986) is a Japanese volleyball player who plays for Toray Arrows.She is famous for her talent and a unique character. She plays for the All-Japan women's volleyball team, was a participant at the 2004 Summer Olympics and is a participant at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Her nickname is Japanese future, Saorin is infinite (ニッポンの未来 サオリン無限大 Nippon no mirai Saorin Mugendai). She is so versatile that she can play any position. Her potential is high, and she is called Miracle Saorin.

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Clubs

  • SeitokuGakuen Junior High → Shimokitazawa Seitoku High School (2002-2005) → Toray Arrows (2005-)
    • She is a junior for two years of Kana Oyama and Erika Araki at SeitokuGakuen High School and Toray Arrows!
  • Toray Arrows : Champion of Japan Volleyball V-League 2007-2008
  • Toray Arrows : Champion of Japan Volleyball V-League 2008-2009

National team

  • 2003: 5th place in the World Cup in Japan
  • 2004: 5th place in the Olympic Games of Athens
  • 2006: 6th place in the World Championship in Japan
  • 2007: 1st place in the 14th Senior Asian Championship at Thailand
  • 2007: 7th place in the World Cup in Japan
  • 2008: 5th place in the Olympic Games of Beijing
  • 2009: 3th place in the 15th Senior Asian Championship at Vietnam

Awards

  • The 12th Women's V.League New Face Award (2005-06)
  • 2007 Best Server 14th Senior Asian Championship at Thailand
  • 2007-08 MVP for All Japan Championship 2008
  • 2007-08 Women's V.Premier League Best 6
  • 2008-09 Women's V.Premier League Best 6
  • 2008 Best Server World GrandPrix 2008 Preliminary Round
  • 2009 MIP ( Most Impression Player ) Women's Top League
  • 2009 MVP Kurowashi 58 Tournament
  • 2009 Best Server 15th Senior Asian Championship at Vietnam

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