Mireya Luis

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Alejandrina Mireya Luis Hernández, often referred to as Mireya (born February 25, 1967 in Camagüey) is a retired Cuban volleyball player.

At the age of 10 she started playing volleyball. At 16, Mireya joined the Cuban national team for the 1983 Pan-American Games, in which Cuba took first place. She would play with them again in the 1987 Games, and Cuba would again win the tournament. After a brief hiatus due to injury, she resumed play in 1991 with a win in the Volleyball Grand Prix. Mireya won her first Olympic gold medal at the 1992 Games in Barcelona with teammate Regla Bell. She would win a second gold in Atlanta in 1996, again playing with the Cuban national team. Meanwhile, she also led Cuba to two world championships in 1994 and 1998. Mireya retired after a second Grand Prix and a third Olympic gold medal in 2000.

Luis is known for her spectacular jumping power reaching 3.39 meter, more than any other player, though being only 1.75 meter tall.She earned numerous "best scorer", "best spiker" and "best player" awards at world, Olympic and continental championships.

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