Overview
Mariusz Wlazly

Mariusz Wlazly

Nickname
Wlazly
Club
PGE Skra
Birth Date
04/08/1983
Birth Place
Wielun, Poland
Height
194 cm
Weight
80 kg
Hobbies
Sports
Favorite Book
Science fiction
Favorite Athlete
Football,tennis

 Mariusz Wlazły (born August 4, 1983 in Wieluń) is a Polish professional volleyball player, member of Poland men's national volleyball team, silver medalist of World Championship 2006. He plays in Polish team PGE Skra Bełchatów since 2003. He studied at School of Management and Administration in Opole. In June 2006
Mariusz married to Paulina. In January 2009, they welcomed their first child, a
son named Arkadiusz.
He was a member of the Polish junior team which
won the World Junior Championship in 2003. He made his debut in the senior
squad during 2004 summer season and by 
FIVB World League 2005 he had already
established himself as one of the most important players of the national team.
In 2006, he won second place at 
FIVB Senior
World Championships
 in Japan. During that tournament he was
nominated for the Most Valuable Player award, losing only to 
Brazilian star Giba. On April 8, 2014 was appointed to the Polish
national team after 4 years of absence, by coach 
Stephane Antiga

Career

  • Position Wing spiker
  • Selection Olympic (6) - W.C. (17) - Other (106)
  • Club Debut WKS
  • Current Club PGE Skra
  • Spike 360
  • Block 329