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Arlene de Queiroz Xavier (born December 20, 1969) is a
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. She represented her native country at the
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. Xavier was named "Best Libero" at the FIVB World Grand Prix 2006 in Reggio Calabria, Italy, where the Brazil women's national volleyball team, Brazilian National Team claimed the gold medal for the sixth time at the annual competition.


Clubs

* Minas Tênis Clube (women's volleyball), Minas Tênis Clube (1990–1994) * Osasco Voleibol Clube, BCN Guarujá (1994–1996) * Esporte Clube Pinheiros (women's volleyball), Pinheiros (1996–1999) * Osasco Voleibol Clube, BCN Osasco (1999–2000) * Flamengo (2000–2001) * Osasco Voleibol Clube, BCN Osasco (2001–2003) * Minas Tênis Clube (women's volleyball), Minas Tênis Clube (2003–2004) * Osasco Voleibol Clube, Finasa Osasco (2004–2006) * Esporte Clube Pinheiros (women's volleyball), Pinheiros (2007–2009) * Praia Clube (women's volleyball), Praia Clube (2009–2010) * Mackenzie (2010–2011) * Praia Clube (women's volleyball), Praia Clube (2011–2013) * Minas Tênis Clube (women's volleyball), Minas Tênis Clube (2013–2014) * Vôlei São José (2014–2015) * Vôlei Cascavel (2015–2016) * Associação Vôlei Bauru, Vôlei Bauru (2016–2019)


Awards


Individuals

* ''2003 FIVB Women's World Cup#Awards, 2003 FIVB World Cup – "Best Libero"'' * ''FIVB World Grand Prix 2006#Individual awards, 2006 FIVB World Grand Prix – "Best Libero"'' * ''2006 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup#Awards, 2006 Pan-American Cup – "Best Libero"''


References


FIVB profile

UOL profile
1969 births Living people Brazilian women's volleyball players Volleyball players at the 2004 Summer Olympics Olympic volleyball players of Brazil People from Contagem Liberos {{Brazil-volleyball-bio-stub