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Full name  Bruno Mossa de Rezende
Name  Bruno Rezende
Siblings  Julia Rezende
Number  1
Weight  76 kg
Current club  DHL Modena Volley
Height  1.90 m
Position  Setter
Role  volleyball player

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Born  2 July 1986 (age 37) (1986-07-02)
Parents  Vera Mossa, Bernardo Rezende, Vera Mossa de Rezende
Grandparents  Condorcet Rezende, Mariangela Rezende
Similar People  Bernardo Rezende, Lucas Saatkamp, Murilo Endres, Leandro Vissotto, Giba

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Bruno Mossa de Rezende (born 2 July 1986) is a Brazilian volleyball player, a member of Brazil men's national volleyball team and Italian club Modena Volley, 2016 Olympic Champion, double silver medalist of the Olympic Games (Beijing 2008, London 2012), 2010 World Champion, double gold medalist of the World Grand Champions Cup (2009, 2013), South American Champion (2007, 2009, 2011, 2013), multimedalist of the World League, Pan American Games, Brazilian Champion (2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2013), Italian Champion (2016).


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National team

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Rezende started his career in the Brazil team in the youth teams, winning the second place in the 2005 U20 World Championship. Playing for the adult team in 2007, he won the FIVB World League, the Pan American Games, the FIVB World Cup and the South America Championship. In 2008, he took part in the Beijing Olympic Games, where Brazil won the silver medal.

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In 2009, Bruno won two trophies with the national team: the World League and the Champions Cup. One year later, he won the World League for the third time and obtained his first FIVB World Championship. In 2011, he finished in second place in the World League and became a South American champion and Pan American champion. A few months later, Brazil won the bronze medal at the FIVB World Cup. In 2012, the Brazilian national team once again won the silver medal at the London Olympic Games.

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In 2013, Brazil finished in second place at the World League and won two gold medals in the South American Championship and in the FIVB World Grand Champions Cup. The setter started the 2014 season with the silver medal in the FIVB World League and a silver medal in the dramatic final with Poland in FIVB World Championship. In 2015, Brazil won the gold medal in the American Championship. In the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Brazil won a gold medal after the final match against Italy, and Bruno was named best setter of the tournament.

Personal life

Bruno is the only child of former volleyball players Bernardinho and Vera Mossa. His mother took part in Olympics three times (1980, 1984, 1988). His father is a silver medalist with the 1984 Olympic Games and former coacher of Brazil men's national volleyball team. His parents divorced when he was a child. From his mother's first marriage to basketball player Éder Mundt Leme, Bruno has an older half-brother, Edson (born 1981). From her third marriage, he has a younger half-sister, Luisa. From his father's second marriage to former volleyball player Fernanda Venturini, Bruno has two younger half-sisters, Júlia (born 2002) and Victória (born 2009).

Bruno often faced accusations of nepotism when he first started playing for Brazil national volleyball team, since his father Bernardinho was the team's coach from 2001 to 2017. However, both he and his father have vehemently defended themselves against the accusations, and were always backed up by the other players, who said Bernardinho was tougher and more demanding of Bruno because of their family ties.

Bruno is close friends with footballer Neymar.

National championships

  • 2003/2004 Brazilian Championship, with Unisul Florianópolis
  • 2005/2006 Brazilian Championship, with Cimed Florianópolis
  • 2007/2008 Brazilian Championship, with Cimed Florianópolis
  • 2008/2009 Brazilian Championship, with Cimed Florianópolis
  • 2009/2010 Brazilian Championship, with Cimed Florianópolis
  • 2012/2013 Brazilian Championship, with RJX
  • 2015/2016 Italian Championship, with DHL Modena
  • National trophies

  • 2014/2015 Italian Cup, with Modena Volley
  • 2015/2016 Italian SuperCup, with DHL Modena
  • 2015/2016 Italian Cup, with DHL Modena
  • International trophies

  • 2009 South American Club Championship, with Cimed Florianópolis
  • National team

  • 2005 FIVB U19 World Championship
  • 2007 America's Cup
  • 2007 South American Championship
  • 2007 Pan American Games
  • 2007 FIVB World Cup
  • 2008 America's Cup
  • 2008 Olympic Games
  • 2009 FIVB World League
  • 2009 South American Championship
  • 2009 FIVB World Grand Champions Cup
  • 2010 FIVB World League
  • 2010 FIVB World Championship
  • 2011 FIVB World League
  • 2011 South American Championship
  • 2011 Pan American Games
  • 2011 FIVB World Cup
  • 2012 Olympic Games
  • 2013 FIVB World League
  • 2013 South American Championship
  • 2013 FIVB World Grand Champions Cup
  • 2014 FIVB World League
  • 2014 FIVB World Championship
  • 2015 South American Championship
  • 2016 FIVB World League
  • 2016 Olympic Games
  • 2017 FIVB World League
  • 2017 South American Championship
  • Individual

  • 2006 Superliga Brasileira – Best Setter
  • 2007 Superliga Brasileira – Best Setter
  • 2007 America's Cup – Best Setter
  • 2008 Superliga Brasileira – Best Setter
  • 2008 America's Cup – Best Setter
  • 2009 Superliga Brasileira – Best Setter
  • 2009 FIVB World Grand Champions Cup – Best Setter
  • 2013 FIVB World League – Best Setter
  • 2013 South American Championship – Best Setter
  • 2013 FIVB World Grand Champions Cup – Best Setter
  • 2015 South American Championship – Best Setter
  • 2016 Olympic Games – Best Setter
  • 2017 South American Championship – Best Setter
  • References

    Bruno Rezende Wikipedia