Aleksey Rastvortsev

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Aleksey Rastvortsev
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BornAugust 8, 1978 (1978-08-08) (age 41)
Belgorod, Russia

Aleksey Petrovich Rastvortsev (Russian: Алексей Петрович Растворцев; born August 8, 1978) is a Russian handball player who competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics (bronze winner) and in the 2008 Summer Olympics. He played for the Russian National Handball Team 251 match and scored over 900 goals. In his career he played for HC Neva (St. Peterburg), HC Energija (Voronez), HC Chekhovskie Medvedi (Chekhov, Moskovskaja oblast), HC Vardar (Skopje) and RK Vojvodina ( Novi Sad). He finished his active sports career in 2016 and since then he is deputy sport director in HC Vardar; they won the EHF Champions League in 2017.

He was born in Belgorod.


In 2004 he was a member of the Russian team which won the bronze medal in the Olympic tournament. He played all eight matches and scored 40 goals. Four years later he finished sixth with the Russian team in the 2008 Olympic tournament. He played all eight matches again and scored 25 goals.

Aleksey has finished Faculty for Physical Education in 2001 and is pronounced Honorary Master of Sport of Russia in 2004.

  • Champion of Russia 10 times with HC Chekhovskie Medvedi 2003–2013
  • Champion of Macedonia with HC Vardar season 2014–15
  • Champion of Serbia with HC Vojvodina season 2015–16
  • Winner of the EHF Cup Winner's Cup season 2005–06
  • EHF Champions League Final 4 season 2009–10
  • Winner of SEHA League season 2013–14
  • Winner of the Intercontinental Cup 2002 in Russia.


On 6 December 2015 players and staff of RK Vojvodina were travelling by plane from Portugal, where RK Vojvodina had lost an 2015–16_EHF_Champions_League game against FC Porto (handball)), back to Serbia. When one of the passengers, a Jordanian citizen with an American passport, tried to break into the plane's cockpit, he was tackled by Rastvortsev and Milan Mirković, club's assistant coach. The passenger stayed calm for the rest of the flight, but he was observed by the player and the coach.[1]


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2015-12-07.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

External links[edit]

Aleksey Rastvortsev at Olympics at