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World League 2010
21st Edition

- BRA / Brazil - Player's biography
Team name  Murilo
First name Murilo
Last name Endres
Age (birth date) 39  (3/05/1981)
Hometown Passo Fundo (RS)
Languages Portuguese
Position Height Weight Spike Block
Libero 190 cm 76 kg 343 cm 319 cm
National Selections Olympic W.Champ. Other Total  
  0 16 39 55
Volleyball career
International debut Venezuela 
Club debut At school
Actual Club SESI-SP 
Favourites Books:
Food: Barbecue
Movie: Gladiator
Other sports:

Height: 1,90m
Weight: 76 Kg
Date of birth: 03/05/81
Born in: Passo Fundo (RS)

In 2000, he got a second place at the Junior South American Championship. In the next year, Murilo became Junior World Champion. He was part of the team that won the FIVB World League in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. In 2005, he won a gold medal in the FIVB World Grand Champions. In 2006, he was World Champion in Japan. In 2007, he won the Pan-American Games, the FIVB World League, the FIVB World Cup, the South American Championship, and finished second at the America’s Cup, in Manaus, where he was the captain of the youth Brazilian team. In 2008, Murilo won his first Olympic medal, the silver at the Beijing Games, and finished second in the America’s Cup. In the following, season, Murilo turned to be an important player in Brazil’s winning campaigns in the FIVB World League, the FIVB World Grand Champions Cup and the South American Championship. He currently plays for SESI-SP.


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