Overview
Alexey Obmochaev

Alexey Obmochaev

Club
Dinamo
Nationality
Russia
Birth Date
22/05/1989
Birth Place
Russia
Height
188 cm
Weight
80 kg
Hobbies
Fishing
Favorite Book
Akunin
Favorite Athlete
Football

 

Alexey Obmochaev was born May
22, 1989 in Kislovdsk. He started playing volleyball at six,  in Kislovodsk.


The first club in sports
biography  was "Neftekhimik".


In season 2006/07, playing in
the high league "A" Alexey drew the attention of Kazan
"Dinamo-TTG".


In season 2007/08 played for
Alexey Obmochaev farm team of the Kazan club - "Dynamo-TTG-2."


In September 2008, won a
bronze medal Obmochaev Youth European Championship in Brno and was awarded two
prizes as the best receiver and libero tournament.


Another club season, he played
in Kazan "Zenit-2" in the high league "B", and the summer
of 2009 moved to Kaliningrad "Dinamo-Yantar". In August, the youth
team played in the World Cup, where the Russian team took 5th place.


Upon completion of this season
Alexey Obmochaev returned to "Zenit" and began to share playing time
in the first team with Vladislav Babichev.


In August 2011, Alexey
Obmochaev played for the student team of Russia at the Universiade in Shenzhen
and 20 November 2011 in Kagoshima debuted in the national team, playing in the
opening match of the World Cup against Italy. Both the tournament ended in
victory for the Russian team.


In the season 2011/12 in the
"Zenit" for the second time in his career he became the champion of
Russia, won the Champions League and the prize for the best libero "Final
Four" in Lodz. He also moved the "Zenit-RBM" in the final of the
first tournament of the Youth League. At the end of the season the club was
again summoned to the Russian team, in its composition won the gold medal at
the Olympic Games in London.


 

In May 2013 Alexey Obmochaev
announced the transition from the "Zenit" in Moscow
"Dynamo", in August started working with a new team.


With the national team:

Bronze medalist of the
European Championship for youth teams (2008).


The winner of the Universiade
(2011).


World Cup winner (2011).

The winner of the Olympic
Games in London (2012).


Career

  • Position Libero
  • Selection Olympic (8) - W.C. (0) - Other (22)
  • International Debut Japan
  • Club Debut Salavat-Nefnyanik
  • Current Club Dinamo
  • Spike 325
  • Block 310