Drussyla Costa

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Drussyla Costa
Personal information
Full name Drussyla Andressa Felix Costa
Nationality Brazil
Born (1996-06-01) June 1, 1996 (age 21)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Hometown Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Height 1.82 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
Spike 304 cm (120 in)
Block 286 cm (113 in)
Volleyball information
Position Wing Spiker
National team
2011 - Brazil
Last updated: August 2017

Drussyla Andressa Felix Costa (born July 1, 1996 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) is a Brazilian beach volleyball player who has represented her country in junior and youth world championships and the South American Beach Volleyball Circuit. She was part of the first U16 Brazil national indoor volleyball team that won gold at the first edition of the first U16 South American Championship.[1] Drussyla was member of Brazil national team that won for the first time the World Championship U-23 in a final against Turkey.


Indoor Volleyball[edit]

Drussyla was picked to be a part of Brazil's team in the first U16 South American Championship in Canelones, Uruguay where she took gold with her team. She was named MVP of the tournament.[1]

During the 2015 FIVB Club World Championship, Costa played with the Brazilian club Rexona Ades Rio and her team lost the bronze medal match to the Swiss Voléro Zürich,[2]

Beach Volleyball[edit]

Drussyla began representing Brazil in the South American Circuit at the Bolivian Open of the 2012 Continental Cup. Brazil's team took gold, however none of the pairings qualified due to the Olympic Qualification quota for the country already being filled.

Drussyla participated in the 2012 Youth and Yonior Beach Volleyball World Championships, she partnered with Eduarda Santos in the Youth tournament finishing in sixth place, and partnered with Eduarda Santos in the Junior championship, earning the Silver Medal.[3]





  1. ^ a b "Perú pierde en la final y Brasil se queda con el Oro" (in Spanish). 
  2. ^ "Volero get it right on third try". Zurich, Switzerland: FIVB. 10 May 2015. Retrieved 11 May 2015. 
  3. ^ "Beach Volleyball Database".