| Grzegorz Wagner|
84 kg (185 lb)
| 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)|
| December 13, 1965 (age 50)
Warszawa, Poland (1965-12-13) |
Grzegorz Wagner (born 13 December 1965) is a former Polish volleyball player and head coach, a member of Poland men's national volleyball team in 1985–2002, Polish Champion (1989).
Son of Danuta Kordaczuk and Hubert Wagner. His mother was volleyball player (setter), bronze medalist of Olympics 1964, medalist of World Championship and European Championship. His father Hubert was also volleyball player (also setter), bronze medalist of the European Championship 1967, as head coach led the Polish men's national volleyball team to titles of World Champions 1974 and Olympic Champions 1976.
He is married to Agata (née Marszałek), a former volleyball player. He had two sons - Iwo (born 1991) and Jakub (born 1993) and daughter Sara (born 2003). Both of sons are volleyball players.
He debuted as head coach of Jadar Radom in 2005. His team was promoted to the top of Polish volleyball league - PlusLiga. In 2006 he joined to BBTS Bielsko-Biała, club of I league. In season 2009/2010 was a head coach of AZS Częstochowa and his team took 5th place in PlusLiga. Then he led Fart Kielce and in 2011/2012 was coach of women's club BKS Aluprof Bielsko-Biała.
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