Suzana Ćebić

Suzana Ćebić (Serbian Cyrillic: Сузана Ћебић; born November 9, 1984 in Kosjerić, Serbia) is a volleyball player from Serbia, playing as a libero for CSM Volei Alba Blaj.

Suzana Ćebić
Suzana Ćebić
Ćebić with Serbian national team in July 2010.
Personal information
Full nameSuzana Ćebić
NationalitySerbian
BornNovember 4, 1984 (age 35)
Kosjerić, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
Height1.67 m (5 ft 6 in)
Weight60 kg (132 lb)
Spike279 cm (110 in)
Block255 cm (100 in)
Volleyball information
PositionLibero
Current clubRomania CSM Volei Alba Blaj
Career
YearsTeams
1998-2005
2005-2008
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
2017-2018
2018-
Crnokosa Kosjerić
Jedinstvo Užice
Tenerife Marichal
CSU Metal Galați
VfB 91 Suhl
Rabita Baku
Lokomotiv Baku
CSM Târgoviște
Beijing
CSM Târgoviște
CSM București
CSM Volei Alba Blaj
National team
2005–2006
2007–2017
 Serbia and Montenegro
 Serbia
Last updated: October 2011

Career

Suzana was a member of the Women's National Team until 2017 (when she retired to make room for the youngsters) that won the silver medal at the 2007 European Championship in Belgium and Luxembourg. Ćebić was named "Best Libero" at the 2006 FIVB Women's World Championship, where Serbia claimed the bronze medal.

Ćebić won the silver medal in the 2012 FIVB Club World Championship, playing with the Azerbaijani club Rabita Baku.[1]

Awards

Individuals

National Team

Senior Team

Clubs

References

  1. ^ "Trentino Diatec and Sollys Nestle crowned in Doha". Doha, Qatar: FIVB. 2012-10-19. Retrieved 2012-10-19.

External links

2006 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship

The 2006 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship was the 15th staging of the FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship, contested by the senior women's national teams of the members of the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB), the sport's global governing body. The final tournament was held in Japan from 31 October to 16 November 2006. Japan played hosts for this event for the third time. The final four was held at the Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium in Osaka.

The finals involved 24 teams, of which 22 came through qualifying competitions, while the host nation and reign champion qualified automatically. Of the 32 teams, 16 had also appeared in the previous tournament in 2002, while Cameroon, Costa Rica, Kazakhstan, Turkey and Serbia and Montenegro made their first appearances at a FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship.

Russia won their sixth world title, defeating Brazil in five sets at the final. Serbia and Montenegro won the 3rd place match, defeating Italy in straight sets Yoshie Takeshita from Japan was elected the MVP.

2007 Women's European Volleyball Championship squads

This article shows all participating team squads at the 2007 Women's European Volleyball Championship, held in Luxembourg and Belgium from September 20 to September 30, 2007.

2008 FIVB Women's World Olympic Qualification Tournament squads

This article shows all participating team squads at the 2008 FIVB Women's World Olympic Qualification Tournament, held from May 17 to May 25, 2008.

2009 Women's European Volleyball Championship squads

This article shows all participating team squads at the 2009 Women's European Volleyball Championship, held in the Poland from 25 September to 4 October 2009.

2011 Women's European Volleyball Championship

The 2011 Women's European Volleyball Championship was the 27th edition of the European Volleyball Championship, organised by Europe's governing volleyball body, the Confédération Européenne de Volleyball. It was hosted in Italy and Serbia from 23 September to 2 October 2011.

2012 FIVB Women's Club World Championship squads

This article shows all participating team squads at the 2012 FIVB Women's Club World Championship squads, held from October 13 to 19, 2012 in Doha, Qatar.

2013 Women's European Volleyball Championship

The 2013 Women's European Volleyball Championship was the 28th edition of the European Volleyball Championship, organised by Europe's governing volleyball body, the Confédération Européenne de Volleyball. It was hosted by Germany and Switzerland from 6 to 14 September 2013. The matches took place in 5 different cities (4 in Germany and one in Switzerland) with the final being played in Berlin.

Russia defeated Germany 3–1 in the final to capture their 18th title and the qualification for the 2013 FIVB Women's World Grand Champions Cup.

2013 Women's European Volleyball Championship squads

This article shows all participating team squads at the 2013 Women's European Volleyball Championship, held in Germany and Switzerland from 6 to 14 September 2013.

CSM București (women's volleyball)

Clubul Sportiv Municipal București, commonly known as CSM București and familiarly as CSM, is a professional volleyball club based in Bucharest, Romania.

CSU Galați (volleyball)

CSU Galați is a Romanian women's volleyball club based in Galaţi. The club plays in the Divizia A1, the highest Romanian league. The club won the Divizia A1 in four occasions, the Romanian Cup three times and has also played in European competitions before it was dissolved in 2010. The club was refounded later and promoted back to Divizia A1 at the end of the 2017–18 Divizia A2 season.

CV Tenerife

Club Voleibol Tenerife aka tubillete.com Tenerife Marichal was a Spanish volleyball club who played their home matches at the Pabellón Insular Santiago Martín hall in Tenerife.

The team participates in the Women's CEV Champions League 2007-08. They won that competition in 2003-2004, the only Spanish team ever to do so.

List of Serbian sportspeople

This is a partial list of Serbian sportspeople. For the full plain list of Serbian sportspeople on Wikipedia, see Category:Serbian sportspeople.

Lokomotiv Baku

Lokomotiv Baku is an Azerbaijani women's volleyball club.

OK Jedinstvo Užice

OK Jedinstvo Užice is a Serbian women's volleyball club based in Užice which currently plays in the Prva League (second highest professional league in Serbia). It has won the Serbian League and Cup on multiple occasions.

Serbia at the 2008 Summer Olympics

Serbia competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, People's Republic of China. The country returned under the name Serbia after 96 years, previously competing under the names Yugoslavia (1920–1988), Independent Olympic Participants (1992), Yugoslavia (1996–2002) and Serbia and Montenegro (2004–2006).

The flag on the opening ceremony was held by shooter Jasna Šekarić, who has won five medals in her five previous Olympic appearances.

Serbia women's national volleyball team

The Serbia women's national volleyball team is governed by the Volleyball Federation of Serbia and takes part in international volleyball competitions.

FIVB considers Serbia the inheritor of the records of SFR Yugoslavia (1948–1991) and Serbia and Montenegro (1992–2006).The Olympic Committee of Serbia declared the women's national volleyball team the best female side of the year from 2006 to 2011.

Serbia earned a silver medal at the 2016 summer Olympics and won the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship.

Suzana

Suzana may refer to:

Suzana Al-Salkini (born 1984), Macedonian model

Suzana Alves (born 1978), Brazilian sex symbol

Suzana Amaral (born 1932), Brazilian film director and screenwriter

Suzana Ansar (born 1978), English singer and actress

Suzana Ćebić (born 1984), female volleyball player from Serbia, playing as a libero

Suzana Dinić (born 1986), Serbian singer and pianist, the member of the girlband Beauty Queens

Suzana Ferreira da Silva, Brazilian footballer

Suzana Jovanović, popular Serbian turbo-folk singer

Suzana Perović (born 1962), Serbian singer

Suzana, Senegal, a village in the Bignona Department of Senegal

Telekom Baku

Telekom Baku (formerly named Rabita Baku) was an Azerbaijani women's volleyball club. Telekom was an eight-time champion of Azerbaijani Superleague and the winner of the 2011 FIVB Club World Championship.

Volleyball at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women's team rosters

This article shows the rosters of all participating teams at the women's indoor volleyball tournament at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

Serbia squads

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