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World League Star
Reinder Nummerdor
The 28-year-old Dutch player has been playing volleyball since the age of seven, but he marks the start of his real career from when he was 15. “I finally began to grow a little so I could block for the first time,” he says. It was a fine time for a kid who, as a setter for youth teams was often the smallest on the court.  Nummerdor finally grew to 1.94m and went on to become an outside hitter. He played for the Dutch National Junior Team in 1993 and went to Athens in the summer of 1995 to compete in the European Championships. A drop in form shut him out of selection for the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, a moment he describes as his biggest sporting disappointment. Two seasons with long time Dutch champions Piet Zoomers Dynamo put him back on track and he was again selected for the national side in 1997. He is proud to have been chosen as “Best Receiver” at the European Championships in the Netherlands. Nummerdor currently plays in Italy for Bossini Montichiari and has played for his country 198 times.