7 Volleyball Monsters of the Vertical Jump That Shocked the World

7 Volleyball Monsters of the Vertical Jump That Shocked the World. 1. Wilfredo León Venero (born 31 July 1993) is a Cuban–Polish professional volleyball player, member of the Cuba men’s national volleyball team in 2007–2012, and a current member of…

7 Volleyball Monsters of the Vertical Jump That Shocked the World

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7 Volleyball Monsters of the Vertical Jump That Shocked the World.
1. Wilfredo León Venero (born 31 July 1993) is a Cuban–Polish professional volleyball player, member of the Cuba men’s national volleyball team in 2007–2012, and a current member of the Poland men’s national volleyball team and Italian club Sir Safety Perugia, silver medallist of the 2010 World Championship, NORCECA Champion (2009, 2011), Cuban Champion (2009, 2010, 2011), Russian Champion (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018).

2. Rok Možič is considered to be one of the most promising Slovenian volleyball players. He is also the youngest member of the Slovenian national volleyball team. He was also in the national team in all junior selections. With the cadet national team, they became Central European champions. With VC Maribor, he won the 4th place in Slovenia in the 2018/2019 season, and at the same time he was declared the best player after regular play time with the most points. In beach volleyball, he became the European runner-up under 18.

3. Yuji Nishida (西田 有志, Nishida Yūji, born 30 January 2000) is a Japanese male volleyball player. Currently, he plays for Volley Callipo in Italian Volleyball League.Nishida made his debut with JTEKT Stings at V.League on 6 January 2018 in a match against Osaka Blazers Sakai. His impressive debut at the young age of 17 soon earned him a position in JTEKT’s Starting 6,as well as Japan men’s national volleyball team. Nishida was also led the team finishing 7th place after 29 years, in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

4. Ricardo Samuel Lucarelli Santos de Souza (born 14 February 1992) is a Brazilian volleyball player, member of the Brazil men’s national volleyball team and Italian club Trentino Volley, 2016 Olympic Champion, silver medallist of the 2014 World Championship, gold medallist of the 2019 World Cup, fourth–time South American Champion (2013, 2015, 2017 and 2021).

5. Yūki Ishikawa (石川祐希, Ishikawa Yūki, born 11 December 1995) is a Japanese male professional volleyball player from Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture.

Ishikawa is the first volleyball player to have a wax figure in Japan.[1] Currently, his wax figure is displayed at Madame Tussauds Tokyo.[2]

As of April 2021, Ishikawa is the captain of the Japan men’s national volleyball team, and plays as an outside hitter. He currently plays in the Italian Volleyball League (7th consecutive seasons) for Power Volley Milano.

6. György Grozer (born 27 November 1984), also known as Georg Grozer, is a German volleyball player of Hungarian origin, a member of the Germany men’s national volleyball team and Italian club Gas Sales Piacenza, a bronze medalist of the 2014 World Championship, two–time German Champion (2009, 2010), Polish Champion (2012), Russian Champion (2013), Chinese Champion (2017).

Nimir Abdel-Aziz (born 5 February 1992) is a Dutch volleyball player, member of the Netherlands men’s national volleyball team and Italian club Modena Volley, gold medalist of the 2012 European League.

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