Sumie Oinuma (生沼 スミエ Oinuma Sumie, born September 16, 1946) is a female Japanese former volleyball player who competed in the 1968 Summer Olympics and in the 1972 Summer Olympics. She was born in Tokyo. In 1968 she was part of the Japanese team which won the silver medal in the Olympic tournament. She played all seven matches. Four years later she won her second Olympic silver medal with the Japanese team. She played all five matches.

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  • Sumie Oinuma (生沼 スミエ Oinuma Sumie, born September 16, 1946) is a female Japanese former volleyball player who competed in the 1968 Summer Olympics and in the 1972 Summer Olympics. She was born in Tokyo. In 1968 she was part of the Japanese team which won the silver medal in the Olympic tournament. She played all seven matches. Four years later she won her second Olympic silver medal with the Japanese team. She played all five matches. (en)
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  • Sumie Oinuma (生沼 スミエ Oinuma Sumie, born September 16, 1946) is a female Japanese former volleyball player who competed in the 1968 Summer Olympics and in the 1972 Summer Olympics. She was born in Tokyo. In 1968 she was part of the Japanese team which won the silver medal in the Olympic tournament. She played all seven matches. Four years later she won her second Olympic silver medal with the Japanese team. She played all five matches. (en)
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