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    حمزه زرینی


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    (Wikipedia) - Hamzeh Zarini Hamzeh Zarini Personal information Full name Born Height Weight Spike Block Volleyball information Position Current club Number Career National team Honours
    Hamzeh Zarini
    (1985-10-18) October 18, 1985 (age 29) Eslamshahr, Iran
    1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)
    91 kg (201 lb)
    3.36 m
    3.18 m
    Wing-spiker
    Kalleh Mazandaran
    7
    Years Teams
    2004–2005 2005–2006 2006–2007 2007–2008 2008–2009 2009–2011 2011– Saipa Tehran Bargh Tehran Paykan Tehran Pegah Urmia Petrochimi Bandar Imam Damash Gilan Kalleh Mazandaran
    2004–2005 2005– Iran U21 Iran
    Competitor for  Iran Men''s volleyball Asian Games Asian Championship Asian Cup
    Silver 2010 Guangzhou Team
    Gold 2011 Tehran Team
    Gold 2013 Dubai Team
    Silver 2009 Manila Team
    Gold 2008 Nakhon Ratchasima Team
    Gold 2010 Urmia Team

    Hamzeh Zarini (Persian: حمزه زرینی‎, born October 18, 1985 in Eslamshahr) is a volleyball player from Iran, who plays as a wing-spiker for the Men''s National Team.

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    Iran squad – 2009 Asian Championship – Silver medal
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    • 6 Mousavi
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    • 9 Nadi
    • 10 Andalib
    • 11 Sadeghiani
    • 12 Nazari
    • 13 Mahdavi
    • 16 Alizadeh
    • 18 Mohammadkazem
    • Coach: Maadani
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    Iran squad – 2009 World Grand Champions Cup – 5th place
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    • 4 Marouf
    • 6 Mousavi
    • 7 Zarini
    • 9 Nadi
    • 10 Andalib
    • 11 Sadeghiani
    • 13 Mahdavi
    • 14 Keshavarzi
    • 15 Kamalvand
    • 16 Alizadeh
    • 18 Mohammadkazem
    • Coach: Maadani
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    Iran squad – 2010 World Championship – 19th place
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    • 3 Attar
    • 4 Marouf
    • 6 Mousavi
    • 7 Zarini
    • 9 Nadi
    • 10 Andalib
    • 12 Nazari
    • 13 Mahdavi
    • 14 Keshavarzi
    • 15 Bakhsheshi
    • 16 Alizadeh
    • 18 Mohammadkazem
    • 19 Kamalvand
    • Coach: Maadani
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    Iran squad – 2010 Asian Games – Silver medal
    • 1 Gholami
    • 3 Attar
    • 4 Marouf
    • 6 Mousavi
    • 7 Zarini
    • 9 Nadi
    • 10 Andalib
    • 12 Nazari
    • 13 Mahdavi
    • 14 Keshavarzi
    • 18 Mohammadkazem
    • 19 Kamalvand
    • Coach: Maadani
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    Iran squad – 2011 Asian Championship – Gold medal
    • 2 Mohammadinejad
    • 3 Hosseini
    • 5 Bazargard
    • 6 Mousavi
    • 7 Zarini
    • 8 Zarif
    • 9 Nadi
    • 12 Nazari
    • 13 Mahdavi
    • 14 Keshavarzi
    • 17 Kamalvand
    • 18 Ghafour
    • Coach: Velasco
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    Iran squad – 2011 World Cup – 9th place
    • 1 Fayazi
    • 3 Hosseini
    • 4 Mousavi
    • 6 Hossein
    • 7 Zarini
    • 8 Zarif
    • 9 Nadi
    • 10 Ghafour
    • 12 Nazari
    • 13 Mahdavi
    • 14 Keshavarzi
    • 15 Bakhsheshi
    • 16 Bazargard
    • 19 Kamalvand
    • Coach: Velasco
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    Iran squad – 2013 Asian Championship – Gold medal
    • 1 Mahmoudi
    • 4 Marouf
    • 5 Ghaemi
    • 6 Mousavi
    • 7 Zarini
    • 8 Zarif
    • 9 Gholami
    • 10 Ghafour
    • 11 Davoudi
    • 13 Mahdavi
    • 14 Tashakkori
    • 20 Mobasheri
    • Coach: Velasco
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    Iran squad – 2013 World Grand Champions Cup – 4th place
    • 1 Mahmoudi
    • 4 Marouf
    • 5 Ghaemi
    • 6 Mousavi
    • 7 Zarini
    • 8 Zarif
    • 9 Gholami
    • 10 Ghafour
    • 11 Davoudi
    • 12 Mirzajanpour
    • 13 Mahdavi
    • 15 Rahimipanah
    • 16 Tashakkori
    • 20 Mobasheri
    • Coach: Velasco
    Persondata
    Name Zarini, Hamzeh
    Alternative names
    Short description Iranian volleyball player
    Date of birth October 18, 1985
    Place of birth Tehran, Iran
    Date of death
    Place of death
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