Dmitriy Muserskiy

Dmitriy Muserskiy

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218 cm
104 kg
Favorite Athlete


Dmitry Muserskiy was
born and spent his childhood in Makeyevka.
Не started playing volleyball at the
age of 8 under the guidance of Boris Osnach. After moving to
Kharkiv, where he performed for the local “Jurakademia” in 2005 Muserskiy was
invited to Belgorod and spent two years playing in the second Russian league
for the “Lokomotiv” farm club.

In 2006 Muserskiy defended the colors of the junior
national team of Ukraine during the championship of the EEVZA in Kharkiv, and
with the youth team of Ukraine took part in the European Championships in
Kazan. In autumn 2006 Muserskiy played several matches for the Belgorod main
team in the CEV Champions League and showed a very solid level for the

In season 2007/08 Muserskiy played for “Lokomotiv”
(Belgorod) in the Russian Superleague, but before the start of the new season
was moved to “Metalloinvest” (Stary Oskol) which is actually another club of
the Belgorod system. However in December 2008 Dmitry returned to “Lokomotiv”,
played the whole championship on the opposite position, won the 2008/09 CEV Cup
and was included into the expanded application of Russian team for the World
League. Unfortunately Muserskiy didn’t make his international debut that summer
because of health problems, but next year after a successful club season (5th
place in the top-scorers charts and the prize of the best blocker in Russia), Dmitry
was once again called for the national team of Russia.

On the 4th of June, 2010, in Yekaterinburg, in
his first match for the national team against rivals from the U.S. in the FIVB
World League Muserskiy scored 13 points and became the best scorer of the
Russian team that day. As a result of the Intercontinental Round he was the
best blocker (42 points, or 0.98 per set), third in the servers ranking (16
aces, 0.37 per set) and was the only central blocker of the tournament, who
entered the top-twenty best-scorers
. In the “Final Six"” Muserskiy again was brilliant
in blocking - 16 points and 0.94 blocks per set. As part of the Russian team he
won the silver medal of the 2010 FIVB World League.

In 2011 Dmitry Muserskiy in the Russian national team won the World League, also won the prize for the Best on
the Pitch, and the World Cup.

Olympic champion XXX Games in London, winner of the
World League 2013, the European champion 2013, Winner of a Champions League


  • Position Opposite spiker
  • Selection Olympic (8) - W.C. (30) - Other (141)
  • International Debut Russia
  • Club Debut Lokomotiv-Belogorie
  • Current Club Suntory Sunbirds
  • Spike 375
  • Block 347