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2009 FIVB Men's Junior World Championship  |  Pune, India

 
 BLR / Belarus - Team Composition

 
Team manager Hryhoryeu Yauheni
Head coach Herasimau Aliaksandr
Assistant coach Salikau Uladzimir
Doctor Kozhar Natallia
Therapist / trainer Dubakou Aliaksei
Journalist
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  1 Andrei Radziuk Radziuk 23/03/1990 191 84 345 327 Stroitel
  2   Pavel Audochanka Audochanka 13/01/1990 204 89 365 340 Stroitel
  3 Aliaksandr Prushak Prushak 31/01/1990 184 75 335 320 Shakhtospetsstroi
  C 4   Mikalai Shkliar Shkliar 31/12/1989 196 78 325 315 Stroitel
  5 Siarhei Busel Busel 30/05/1989 205 86 345 340 Stroitel
  6   Anton Marozau Marozau 6/05/1989 195 88 335 330 Marko
  7 Andrei Mikhnevich Mikhnevich 14/12/1989 198 84 345 335 Kommunalnik
  L 8   Pavel Kuklinski Kuklinski 18/12/1989 188 84 327 315 Kommunalnik
  9 Artur Udrys Udrys 18/10/1990 208 88 345 330 Shakhtospetsstroi
  11   Yury Audzeyenka Audzeyenka 26/03/1989 194 86 345 330 Kommunalnik
  14 Aliaksandr Dziadkou Dziadkou 20/02/1990 188 80 345 327 Rezinotekhnika
  18   Yauheni Misiyuk Misiuk 4/07/1989 199 98 350 325 Stroitel
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

The current Men's Junior National Team of the Republic of Belarus started participating in international tournaments in March 2008 at the European Championship Second-Round Qualification Tournament in Romania. The team finished second and advanced to the third round in July 2008 in Mogilev, Belarus. The team won all their matches and qualified for the Final Round, finishing sixth. In May 2009, the team played in the World Championship Qualification Tournament in Turkey. During the tournament the team won all their matches and for the first time in its history qualified for the Final Round. 

Coach profile

Head coach Aliaksandr Herasimau graduated from the Gorki State Pedagogical Institute Physical Culture faculty in 1973.

He was a volleyball player until 1987, winning the RSFSR twice, the USSR Cup once in 1978 and multiple championships with the Soviet Armed Forces.

From 1987-1991, Herasimau was the assistant coach of VC SKA Minsk, and from 1996-2005 he was the head coach of VC Zapadny Bug Brest (Men's Division A in the National Championship of Belarus). With Zapadny he led the team to two silvers and one bronze in the Belarus Championship. Under his supervision the club qualified to the quarterfinals of the CEV Cup.

From 2005-2007 he worked as the head coach and director of the Saratovski branch of SC Dinamo Moscow.

Herasimau became head coach of the Men's Junior National Team in 2007 and is also the head coach of the Men's Senior National Team of the Republic of Belarus.

   
 

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