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Lidia Teresa Chmielnicka-Żmuda (8 March 1939 – 27 September 2002) was a former female Polish volleyball player, a member of Poland women's national volleyball team in 1963–1968, bronze medalist of Olympic Games Mexico 1968 and silver medalist of European Championship (1963 and 1967), eight-time Polish Champion (1960, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1971, 1972).

Lidia Chmielnicka-Żmuda
Personal information
Full nameLidia Teresa Chmielnicka-Żmuda
NationalityPolish
Born(1939-03-08)8 March 1939
Lubliniec, Poland
Died27 September 2002(2002-09-27) (aged 63)
Opole, Poland
Height1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Weight60 kg (130 lb)
National team
1963–1968 Poland
Last updated: 26 June 2015

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CareerEdit

In Polish national team she played 119 times in 1963-1968. She won a bronze medal of Olympic Games Mexico 1968 and double-silver of European Championship (Romania 1963 and Turkey 1967). Her club career began in Opole and then moved to AZS AWF Wawrszawa. She won with this club 6 titles of Polish Champion and silver medal of Polish Championship in season 1960/1961. Her next club was Start Łódź and she won with this team bronze, silver and two gold medals of Polish Championship.

Sporting achievementsEdit

ClubsEdit

National championshipsEdit

  • 1959/1960   Polish Championship, with AZS-AWF Warszawa
  • 1960/1961   Polish Championship, with AZS-AWF Warszawa
  • 1961/1962   Polish Championship, with AZS-AWF Warszawa
  • 1962/1963   Polish Championship, with AZS-AWF Warszawa
  • 1963/1964   Polish Championship, with AZS-AWF Warszawa
  • 1964/1965   Polish Championship, with AZS-AWF Warszawa
  • 1965/1966   Polish Championship, with AZS-AWF Warszawa
  • 1968/1969   Polish Championship, with Start Łódź
  • 1969/1970   Polish Championship, with Start Łódź
  • 1970/1971   Polish Championship, with Start Łódź
  • 1971/1972   Polish Championship, with Start Łódź

National teamEdit

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