Dmitry Musersky was born on 29 October 1988. He is a famous Russian volleyball player. Today, this unique athlete, standing full 2 m 19 cm, plays as an Opposite and Middle Blocker for "Suntory Sunbirds", Japan and is a member of the Russian national volleyball team. Dmitry is an Honored Master of Sports and a 2012 Olympic champion.
The athlete also holds numerous awards and titles. He is a Silver Medalist (2010) and winner (2011, 2013) of the World League, winner of the World Cup (2011), European Champion (2013), and Silver Medalist of the World Champions Cup (2013). FIVB Nations League winner (2018)
This charismatic volleyball player spent his childhood in the small town of Makeevka (Donetsk Region, Ukraine). He went in for volleyball at the age of 8, and was invited to play for the Russian Belogorye Club in 2005. The team’s coach Gennady Shipulin discovered his talent and his will to play for nothing but victory, and foresaw for this tall boy the future of a world-class star. Dmitry joined the Russian National Volleyball Team in 2010, and sports fans all over the world met the new volleyball icon nicknamed Malysh (The Kid).
Very unfortunately for the Russian team and for its numerous fans, an injury forced Dmitry to miss the 2016 Olympics. Without him, the team only managed to take the fourth place, which is considered far from its best game. The athlete has now completely recovered and is prepared toachieve new heights and victories. Despite his professional rigor and austerity, Dmitry is a quite modest and compassionate person, an exemplary family man raising his son Roman together with his wife Inna.
Despite his professional rigor and austerity, Dmitry is a quite modest and compassionate person, an exemplary family man raising his son Roman together with his wife Inna.