Winifer Fernández, a volleyball player from the Dominican Republic, was born on January 6, 1995. She participated in the 2015 FIVB Club World Championship with her team Mirador. In July 2016, a video and later some images of her practising and performing as well as some of her personal photos—some of which staged—went viral. She earned the Best Libero, Digger, and Receiver titles at the 2010 NORCECA U18 Continental Championship.
In 2012, Winifer Fernández repeated this feat, winning the gold medal and the Most Valuable Player award. Prior to making her senior national team debut at the 2012 FIVB World Grand Prix. She previously won the gold medal in the U23 Pan-American Cup in 2012. With her senior squad, Fernández won gold medals in the 2017 Bolivarian Games. The World Grand Prix Group 2 in 2016, and the Pan-American Cup in 2016.
Winifer Fernandez’s Personal and childhood
Winifer Fernández was born on January 6, 1995, in Cienfuegos, Santiago, Dominican Republic, and is 169 cm (5 ft 7 in) tall and 62 kilos (137 lb) in weight. Under the direction of coach Miguel Durán, she began playing volleyball when she was 10 years old. In 2009, she moved to Santo Domingo to join the junior national squad. She had plans to obtain a degree in business administration as of 2013. She characterized as sleek, quick, and intelligent.
Winifer Fernandez Career -2008-2010
With the Dominican team Santiago, Winifer Fernández earned the bronze medal in the 2008 Dominican Republic Volleyball League. Shew and her team, Cienfuegos, won the Santiago province championship and the Best Libero award in 2009. She finished with her team in fourth place. While competing as a 15-year-old in the 2010 NORCECA Youth Championship, earning. The Best Digger, Best Receiver, and Best Libero titles.
Winifer Fernandez 2011-2014
In 2011, Fernández competed in the Girls’ Youth Pan-American Cup, where she took home the bronze medal and the Best Libero honour. When she assisted the Dominican club Cienfuegos in capturing. The provincial tournament gold medal in 2011, she was recognised with the Best Digger, Best Receiver, and Best Libero trophies. Fernández contributed by leading the spikers with 15 points as Santiago won the 2012. Northern Region Cup in her native nation. In the 2012 FIVB World Grand Prix, Fernández and Ana Binet split the libero duties. She made her senior national team debut, for which she garnered mixed reviews. Her country’s squad finished in 12th place.
She played volleyball for the Dominican club Mirador after being named volleyball player of the year by the Santiago Provincial Guild of Sports Writers, Her team finished in a tie for fifth place with the Japanese Hisamitsu Springs after losing its two matches, 1-3 to the Swiss Voléro Zürich and 0-3 to the Brazilian Rexona Ades Rio. Fernández competed at the 2015 Montreux Volley Masters, where her nation’s team fell to Germany 1-3 in the match for fifth place. She went on to compete in the 2015 FIVB World Cup and win the gold medal in the NORCECA Champions Cup.
The El Mundo newspaper in El Salvador named her as the seventh most attractive and sought-after athlete in the world in September. Winifer Fernández responded that while it was a praise and an honour for Dominican women, she would rather be recognised for her playing abilities.