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Who are some famous female vollyball players?

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Some famous female volleyball players are Flo Hyman, Lang Ping, Misty May-Treanor, Kerri Walsh Jennings, April Ross and Fernanda Venturini. These women are famous for the talent and ability that they have exhibited during their matches.

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Jennings and May-Treanor took the world of volleyball by storm when they represented the United States in the 2004, 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics, taking home gold medals each time. Their partnership lasted until May-Treanor retired, causing Jennings to pair up with Ross, a silver medalist in the 2012 Olympics.

Hyman was a three-time All-American player who earned a silver medal in the 1984 Summer Olympics. Her career was cut short when she died at age 31.

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