Dmitry Muserskiy

Dmitriy Muserskiy
Personal information
Full name Dmitry Aleksandrovič Muserskiy
Nickname Dima
Nationality Ukrainian
Born (1988-10-29) October 29, 1988
Makiivka, Ukraine, USSR
Height 2.18 m (7 ft 2 in)
Weight 104 kg (229 lb)
Spike 375 cm (148 in)
Block 351 cm (138 in)
Volleyball information
Position Middle blocker/Opposite
Current club Russia Belogorie Belgorod
Number 13
Ukraine VBK Kharkiv
Russia Belogorie Belgorod
Russia VK Metalloinvest
Russia Belogorie Belgorod
National team
2010– Russia (132)
Last updated: 27 June 2015

Dmitriy Aleksandrovič Muserskiy (Russian: Дмитрий Александрович Мусэрский born 29 October 1988) is a Russian volleyball player of Ukrainian origins, a member of Russia men's national volleyball team and Russian club Belogorie Belgorod, Olympic Champion 2012, European Champion 2013, gold medalist of the World Cup 2011, multimedalist of the World League. Muserskiy is currently considered one of the world's tallest Athletes.


Muserskiy started playing volleyball at the age of 8 under the guidance of Boris Osnach. In 2006 Muserskiy defended the colors of the junior national team. On the 4th of June, 2010, in Yekaterinburg, in his first match for the Russia national team against rivals from the United States in the FIVB World League Muserskiy scored 13 points and became the best scorer of the Russian team that day. Musersky in 2011 with Russian national team won the World League, also won the prize for the Best on the Pitch, and the World Cup.

He won Olympic Games London 2012 and World League 2013 and European Championship 2013.

Personal life

Muserskiy was born in Makiivka, Ukraine, USSR. He was Ukrainian, but he took Russian citizenship in 2006. He is married. In February 2015 his wife gave birth to their son named Roman.[1]

Sporting achievements


National championships

National team



  1. RUS M: Dmitriy Muserskiy became father! - - 15-05-2015
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Preceded by
Cuba Robertlandy Simón
Best Blocker of
FIVB World League

Succeeded by
Russia Maxim Mikhaylov
Preceded by
Serbia Ivan Miljković
Most Valuable Player of
CEV European Championship

Succeeded by
France Antonin Rouzier
Preceded by
United States David Lee
Best Blocker of
CEV Champions League

Succeeded by
Poland Piotr Nowakowski
Netherlands Rob Bontje

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