Overview
Wilavan Apinyapong

Wilavan Apinyapong

Nickname
Wilavan
Club
Supreme VC
Nationality
Thailand
Birth Date
06/06/1984
Birth Place
Nakhon ratchasima
Height
174 cm
Weight
70 kg
Hobbies
Shopping
Favorite Book
Cartoons
Favorite Athlete
Swimming

 

Wilavan Apinyapong (Thai: วิลาวัณย์ อภิญญาพงศ์; RTGS:
Wilawan Aphinyaphong, born June 6, 1984) is a Thai professional volleyball
player who plays for Supreme VC in Thailand as an Outside Hitter. She has been
the captain for the Thailand women's national volleyball team since 2008.
Apinyapong led the Thai team to win the first gold medal at 2009 Asian Women's
Volleyball Championship beaten China 3-1 for the first time in history and
repeated again in 2013 Asian Women's Volleyball Championship where she also
received the MVP award of the event.

In
2012 was the golden year for Thai team even though the team failed to qualify
to the 2012 Summer Olympics.


Thai team went on to finish 4th place at the 2012 World
Grand Prix made it the best result for Thailand since 2002 as the Thai team
participated for the first time . After won the gold medal against Asia's power
house China at 2012 Asian Women's Cup Volleyball Championship she and her 6
other teammates signed for Igtisadchi Baku and helped the team to win the
silver medal at the 2012–13 Azerbaijan Women's Volleyball Super League and
qualified for the 2013/2014 CEV Women's Champions League for the very first
time since the club was found.

In 2013 She received the
MVP award at the 2013 Asian Women's Volleyball Championship .

Career

  • Position Wing spiker
  • Selection Olympic (0) - W.C. (2) - Other (58)
  • International Debut Matera, Italy
  • Club Debut Chumchonnonghurean
  • Current Club Supreme VC
  • Spike 294
  • Block 282