Kervin Pinerua | Volleyball Legend | Legendary Volleyball Player (HD)
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Kervin Martin Piñerúa Urbina (22 February 1991 – 18 November 2016) was a Venezuelan volleyball player who played as an opposite hitter for Miranda and as captain for Venezuela’s national team. On November 18, 2016 he died at a hospital in Ankara after a heart attack.
Piñerúa started playing baseball and competing in athletics at an early age, he was convinced by his mother to play volleyball and entered Venezuela’s national team at the age of 18.
Piñerúa represented his country at the First Junior Pan-American Cup in Panama City where he helped his team win the Gold Medal and was named MVP of the competition. He represented his country again in the Pan American Games finishing 8th and the 2011 South American Championship winning the Bronze Medal and the award for “Best Server”.
2010 Junior South American Championship “Best Spiker”
2011 Junior Pan-American Cup “Most Valuable Player”
2011 South American Championship “Best Server”
2016 Lebanese Volleyball Championship “Most Valuable Player” 
2016 Lebanese Volleyball Championship “Best Opposite”
2016 Lebanese Volleyball Championship “Best Server”
2011 South American Championship – Med 3.png Gold Medal
2011 Junior Pan-American Cup – Med 1.png Gold Medal
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