Kana Oyama

Kana Oyama

volleyball player infobox
fullname = Kana Oyama
nickname = Kana

dateofbirth =birth date|1984|06|19|mf=y
cityofbirth = Tokyo
countryofbirth = Japan
dateofdeath =
residence =
spike = 308cm
block = 299cm
height = height|m=1.87
weight = convert|84|kg|lb|abbr=on|lk=on
position = Wing Spiker
currentclub = Toray Arrows
clubnumber = 05
nationalteam = JPN

Kana Oyama (大山 加奈 "Ōyama Kana ",born June 19, 1984) is a Japanese volleyball player who plays for Toray Arrows.She competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, wearing the number #13 jersey. There she ended up in fifth place with the Japan women's national team. Oyama played as a wing-spiker.


*While attending Seitoku Gakuen high school, the volleyball team won the top of Japanese high school with Erica Araki.
*She is selected the national team members for Olympic games in Beijing,but refuse it due to lumbago.
*Miki Oyama is her younger sister.


*Seitoku Gakuen High School → jpn Toray Arrows (2003-)


*2003 - 10th V.League New Face award
*2004 - 5th place the Olympic games in Athens

External links

* [http://www.fivb.org/EN/volleyball/competitions/olympics/2004/women/Teams/VB_Player.asp?No=12713 FIVB biography]
* [http://www.toray.co.jp/arrows/women/index.html Toray Arrows Women's Volleyvall Team]

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