- Supreme VC
- Birth Date
- Birth Place
- Ang Thong
- 180 cm
- 67 kg
- Favorite Book
- Favorite Athlete
Pleumjit Thinkaow (Thai: ปลื้มจิตร์ ถินขาว; RTGS:
Pluemchit Thinkhao) (born 9 November 1983) is a Thai volleyball player.
She is a member of the Thailand women's volleyball team. Her
international debut was at the 21st
SEA Games in Malaysia.
Pleumjit grew up in a sport-loving family in Angthong (a
province about 100 km. north of Bangkok), having an elder brother. Her parents
are civil servants. Before she started playing volleyball, she had been rather
into table tennis. She switched to volleyball following her father’s advice
that volleyball was more fun and more likely to become popular. Afterwards, a
volleyball coach of Bodindecha (Sing Singhaseni) School in Bangkok was so
impressed by her playing that he brought her to the school during her
high-school level. At first, she did not play as a middle blocker but an
Pleumjit was first capped for the national junior team in
2000. A year later, she was chosen to join the national team. She went to play
professional volleyball overseas for the first time in China for a month when
she was 20 years old.
Pleumjit got her first and master’s degrees in Business
Administration from Ratana Bundit University, Bangkok.
She won the 2013–14 Azerbaijani Super League Bronze Medal
3-0 to Azerrail Baku and she won the Best Spiker award.