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Do you remember Dorota Świeniewicz?

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Dorota Swieniewicz, former member of the Polish National team was of the best players which Poland had in history. In 2012 she ended her volleyball career and became a coach.

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Dorota

Today, Dorota is the assistant coach of Jack Pasonskiego in Sparta Warszawa. She stayed in volleyball and what is more important, she is not selfish, she wants to share her knowledge and experience with young players. She also has her own foundation.

Before that, in season 2012/2013 she was the assistant coach of Miroslaw Zawieracza in the team PTPS Pila. She studied the coaching job from Giovanni Guidetti, Ze Roberto and Daniel Castellani.

In her career Dorota was named the best player of Europe and MVP of European Championship. She won Champions league in 2005/2006 with Despar Perugia with representation of Poland, Dorota won European Championship twice, in 2003 and 2005.

In 2006 she decided to take a break from volleyball. On the first of March 2007 at 9:40 Świeniewicz gave a birth to a son. In April, Świeniewicz came back to sport, she started training in her ex club – BKS Bielsko-Biała. In that time the Polish coach, Marco Bonitta, chose her to play for National team at Montreux Volley Masters tournament. 

Career

  • Most important successes with national team: European Championship in 2003 and in 2005, 6th place in European Championships 1999, 8th place in European Championships 1997, 9th place in European Championships 1995 and 1991
  • Most important successes with Despar Perugia: Champion League (2006), 2nd place in European Championship (2004), Cup of Cup’s Champions (2000), Italian Championship (2003) – Dorota was chose as MVP of finals, Italian Cup (1999,2003,2005). Many times Dorota was chose as MVP.
  • Most important successes with BKS Stal Bielsko-Biała: Polish Championship (1996), 2nd place in Polish Championships (1994, 1995)

 

 
For similar stories, click on After sport’s career.

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