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Sabina Altynbekova invited to Japan's Volleybal Championship

Picture perfect Sabina Altynbekova. Photo © Tengrinews.kz Picture perfect Sabina Altynbekova. Photo © Tengrinews.kz

Kazakhstani volleyball player Sabina Altynbekova has just arrived from her Hong Kong trip to be soon getting ready for another sport related travel. 

“I want to tour the world representing my country Kazakhstan, particularly as a volleyball player,” she said in an interview in Hong Kong. It seems kawaii Sabina's wish is coming true. 

This time, the 18 y.o. athlete was invited to the Volleyball Championship in Japan organized by the V-league.

Sabina will have several training sessions, exchange experience with Japanese players and take part in TV shows for FujiTV. According to Sabina’s mother Nuripa Altynbekova, a trainer Lyudmila Perevertova was also invite by the V-league to Japan.

“Sabina Altynbekova is very popular in Japan. We would be happy if she took part in TV shows for one of the largest TV channel in the country FujiTV. We also hope that Altynbekova’s visit to Japan will give her more experience, as well as strengthen friendly ties between our countries,” the organizers wrote in the official invitation letter.

Photo courtesy of Sabina Altynbekova

In her interview with Tengrinews Sabina talked about her plans for 2015. She maintained that this year she would mostly concentrate on volleyball and university studies.

 Photo courtesy of Sabina Altynbekova

The pretty doe-eyed leggy bijin from Kazakhstan was caught in the spotlight of the local media and won the hearts of hundreds of thousands of anime fans in Asia and all over the world after she appeared at the nine-day Asian Under-19 Championships in Taiwanese Taipei. She completely outshined the entire event and has retained her popularity since.

By Gyuzel Kamalova

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