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György Grozer (born 27 November 1984), also known as Georg Grozer, is a German volleyball player of Hungarian origin, a member of the Germany men's national volleyball team and Italian club Gas Sales Piacenza, a bronze medalist of the 2014 World Championship, two–time German Champion (2009, 2010), Polish Champion (2012), Russian Champion (2013), Chinese Champion (2017).

Personal life
Grozer was born in Budapest, Hungary. His father György Grozer Senior is a former volleyball player and coach. With his first wife Violetta he has two daughters - Leana (born 2007) and Loreen (born 2010).

Career
Clubs
He was crowned national champion on two occasions, in 2009 and 2010, while playing for VfB Friedrichshafen. After moving to the Polish league he was Polish champion in his second season (2011/2012) with Asseco Resovia Rzeszów. He then moved to Belgorod where, in the early stages of the season, he played a major role in the team's success in the Russian championship and in the National Cup of Russia. This season he won the Super Cup and the National Cup in Russia, and was crowned the top club team in Europe with Belgorod.[1] In 2017 Grozer back to Russia Super League join to Lokomotiv Novosibirsk.

National team
2011 Grozer could not help the German team because of an injury. In 2012 the dynamic and powerful hitter smashed the German team to the Olympics and to the 5th place in London. In 2014 played at World Championship 2014 help in Poland. Germany won the match for the bronze medal with France.[2]

Sporting achievements
Clubs
CEV Champions League
Gold medal europe.svg 2013/2014 – with Belogorie Belgorod
FIVB Club World Championship
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Brazil 2014 – with Belogorie Belgorod
CEV Cup
Simple silver cup.svg 2011/2012 – with Asseco Resovia
National championships
2008/2009 Gold medal with cup.svg German Championship, with VfB Friedrichshafen
2009/2010 Gold medal with cup.svg German Championship, with VfB Friedrichshafen
2011/2012 Gold medal with cup.svg Polish Championship, with Asseco Resovia
2012/2013 Gold medal with cup.svg Russian Championship, with Belogorie Belgorod
2014/2015 Silver medal with cup.svg Russian Championship, with Belogorie Belgorod
2016/2017 Gold medal with cup.svg Chinese Championship, with Shanghai Golden Age
2016/2017 Simple gold cup.svg Qatari Cup, with Al Arabi Doha
Individual awards
2008: European League – Best Scorer
2009: European League – Best Blocker
2010: German Volleyball Player of the Year
2011: German Volleyball Player of the Year
2012: German Volleyball Player of the Year
2012: Best Player in PlusLiga
2012: Memorial of Hubert Jerzy Wagner – Best Server
2013: German Volleyball Player of the Year
2014: German Volleyball Player of the Year
2016: Asian Club Championship – Best Opposite Spiker
2017: Asian Club Championship – Best Opposite Spiker
2017: CEV European Championship – Best Opposite Spiker
Records
39 points in one match – Olympic Games 2012 record[3]
15 aces in one match in Korean League.

Personal information
Nickname Ice Man
Nationality Germany German
Born 27 November 1984 (age 36)
Budapest, Hungary
Height 2.00 m (6 ft 7 in)
Weight 102 kg (225 lb)
Spike 374 cm (147 in)
Block 345 cm (136 in)
Volleyball information
Position Opposite
Current team Italy Gas Sales Piacenza
Number 9
Career
Years Teams
1992–1998
1998–2000
2000–2002
2002–2008
2008
2008–2010
2010–2012
2012–2015
2015
2015–2016
2016–2017
2017
2017–2018
2018
2018–2020
2020– Hungary Vasas SC
Hungary Dunaferr SC
Hungary Kométa-Kaposvár SE
Germany Moerser SC
Italy Pallavolo Loreto
Germany VfB Friedrichshafen
Poland Asseco Resovia
Russia Belogorie Belgorod
Qatar El Jaish
South Korea Samsung Bluefangs
China Shanghai Golden Age
Qatar Al Arabi Doha
Russia Lokomotiv Novosibirsk
Russia Belogorie Belgorod
Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
Italy Gas Sales Piacenza
National team
–2006
2007–2020 Hungary
Germany
Category
Volleyball
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