Maxim Mikhaylov

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Not to be confused with Maxim Mikhailov.
Maxim Mikhaylov
Maxim Mikhaylov Rio2016.jpg
Mikhaylov at the 2016 Olympics
Personal information
Full name Maxim Mikhaylov
Nationality Russian
Born (1988-03-19) 19 March 1988 (age 29)
Kuzmolovsky, Leningrad AO, Russia[1]
Height 2.02 m (6 ft 8 in)[2]
Weight 103 kg (227 lb)
Spike 345 cm (136 in)
Block 330 cm (130 in)
Volleyball information
Position Opposite hitter[3]
Current club Russia VC Zenit-Kazan
Number 18 (club), 17 (national team)
Career
Years Teams
2003–2010
2010–
Russia Yaroslavich Yaroslavl
Russia VC Zenit-Kazan
National team
2008–  Russia (177)
Last updated: 2 June 2015

Maxim Mikhaylovich Mikhaylov (Russian: Максим Михайлович Михайлов; born 19 March 1988) is a Russian volleyball player, a member of Russia men's national volleyball team and Russian club VC Zenit-Kazan, gold medalist of the Olympic Games London 2012, bronze medalist of the Olympic Games Beijing 2008, gold medalist of the World Cup 2011, European Champion 2013, multimedalist of the World League.

Career[edit]

Maxim Mikhaylov started playing volleyball in the Leningrad region under the guidance of Valery Besprozvannykh. Since from 2003 Maxim performed as an outside striker in different Yaroslavl club.

National team[edit]

In 2008 Russia, including Mikhaylov, won bronze medal of the Olympic Games Beijing 2008. At the next Olympics his team achieved gold of the Olympic Games 2012 in London.[4] In September 2013 his national team beat Italy in final of the European Championship (3–1) and achieved gold medal.[5] Mikhaylov was named best spiker and best scorer at the 2012 Olympics.[3] He missed the early rounds of the 2013 season due to a shoulder injury and most of the 2014 season due to injuries to both ankles, which required surgery.[3] He played at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Club[edit]

Mikhaylov at the 2010 year join to Zenit Kazan. he with zenit winner CEV Champions League in 2011–12, 2014–15, 2015–16 season and boronz medalist in World Championship Club 2011.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Mikhaylov is married to Anastasia and has a son Nikita.[7]

Sporting achievements[edit]

Clubs[edit]

CEV Champions League[edit]

FIVB Club World Championship[edit]

National championship[edit]

National team[edit]

Individually[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Awards
Preceded by
Serbia Ivan Miljković
Best Scorer of
FIVB World League

2010
Succeeded by
Poland Bartosz Kurek
Preceded by
Cuba Robertlandy Simón
Best Spiker of
FIVB World League

2010
Succeeded by
Brazil Théo Lopes
Preceded by
Poland Mariusz Wlazły
Best Scorer of
CEV Champions League

2010/2011
2011/2012
Succeeded by
Sweden Marcus Nilsson
Preceded by
Russia Sergey Tetyukhin
Best Server of
CEV Champions League

2011/2012
Succeeded by
Brazil Felipe Fonteles
Preceded by
Russia Dmitriy Muserskiy
Best Blocker of
FIVB World League

2011
Succeeded by
Poland Marcin Możdżonek
Preceded by
Brazil Murilo Endres
Most Valuable Player of
FIVB World League

2011
Succeeded by
Poland Bartosz Kurek
Preceded by
Russia Aleksandr Volkov
Best Spiker of
CEV European Championship

2011
Succeeded by
Italy Luca Vettori
Preceded by
France Antonin Rouzier
Best Scorer of
CEV European Championship

2011
Succeeded by
Serbia Aleksandar Atanasijević
Preceded by
Argentina Federico Pereyra
Best Scorer of
FIVB Club World Championship

2011
Succeeded by
Serbia Aleksandar Atanasijević
Preceded by
Brazil Gilberto Godoy Filho
Most Valuable Player of
FIVB World Cup

2011
Succeeded by
United States Matthew Anderson
Preceded by
United States Clayton Stanley
Best Scorer
Olympic Games

London 2012
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Poland Sebastian Świderski
Best Spiker
Olympic Games

London 2012
Succeeded by
Brazil Wallace de Souza
Preceded by
France Antonin Rouzier
Best Spiker of
CEV Champions League

2013/2014
2014/2015
2015/2016
Succeeded by
TBD