|Full name||Vladimir Grbić|
|Born||14 December 1970|
Klek, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
|Height||2.06 m (6 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||87 kg (192 lb)|
|Spike||360 cm (140 in)|
|Block||350 cm (140 in)|
Vladimir "Vanja" Grbić (Serbian Cyrillic: Владимир Грбић Вања; born 14 December 1970) is a former Serbian volleyball player. He is 193 cm and played as passer-side attacker. Grbić was born in Klek in SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia. He is Nikola Grbić's brother and member of the Volleyball Hall of Fame. With the national volleyball team of FR Yugoslavia, he won a gold medal in the 2000 Summer Olympics and a bronze medal in 1996 at Atlanta. His international victories include a silver medal in the 1998 World Championship and a gold medal in the 2001 European Championship.
In December 2010, he briefly considered making a comeback to the sport at the age of 40 due to an offer from Iran. Grbić visited the country in late December but came back disatisifed saying that terms promised to him were not met and ended up not signing the contract. Vladimir and Nikola's father Miloš Grbić was also into volleyball and was a team member Yugoslavia. Vladimir's wife Sara Grbić-Peković dealt with karate. Vladimir played in a total of 242 matches for his National Team until his retirement in 2009 at the age of 38. Vladimir Grbić was known for his powerful attacks and precision passing on the volleyball court, but was a true sportsman representing Yugoslavia and then Serbia with the highest of moral standards and his exceptional character.
|Vojvodina Novi Sad||Yugoslavia||1991||1992|
|Bre Banca Lannutti Cuneo||Italy||1995||1997|
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