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Is He Better Than Yuji Nishida !? Victor Poletaev | 375cm Monster of the Vertical Jump | VNL 2021

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Is He Better Than Yuji Nishida !? Victor Poletaev is 375cm Monster of the Vertical Jump.Many compare these two guys because they are both very young and share some common skills. Both Yuji Nishida and Victor Poletaev have an amazing Vertical Jump. Also, they are both Left Hended Volleyball Players. Who do you think is better? Yuji Nishida or Victor Poletaev, Write in the comment :)

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Viktor Evgenyevich Poletaev (Russian: Виктор Евгеньевич Полетаев) (born 27 July 1995) is a Russian volleyball player. He is a member of the Russia men's national volleyball team and Russian club Zenit Saint Petersburg.

Career
National team
In 2012–2013 he was a member of Russia men's national volleyball team U19. In 2013 he won with this team his first medal at European Championship U19 and he received individual award for Most Valuable Player. Then he achieved second success, a title of World Champion U19 and he was Best Opposite Spiker. In the same year he went to team Russia U21, where as 18 year old player achieved gold at World Championship U21 and title of Most valuable Player. [1] In 2014 gained title of European Champion U21. In 2015 Poletaev went to senior team of Russia and took part in first senior tournament in his career – European Games 2015. He won with team mates bronze medal.

Sporting achievements
Clubs
CEV Champions League
Gold medal europe.svg 2014/2015 – with Zenit Kazan
Gold medal europe.svg 2015/2016 – with Zenit Kazan
FIVB Club World Championship
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Betim 2015 – with Zenit Kazan
CEV Cup
Simple silver cup.svg 2020/2021 – with Zenit Saint Petersburg
National championships
2013/2014 Gold medal with cup.svg Russian Championship, with Zenit Kazan
2014/2015 Simple gold cup.svg Russian Cup, with Zenit Kazan
2014/2015 Gold medal with cup.svg Russian Championship, with Zenit Kazan
2015/2016 Simple gold cup.svg Russian SuperCup, with Zenit Kazan
2015/2016 Simple gold cup.svg Russian Cup, with Zenit Kazan
2015/2016 Gold medal with cup.svg Russian Championship, with Zenit Kazan
2018/2019 Gold medal with cup.svg Russian Championship, with Kuzbass Kemerovo
2019/2020 Simple gold cup.svg Russian SuperCup, with Kuzbass Kemerovo
Youth national team
2013 Gold medal europe.svg CEV U19 European Championship
2013 Gold medal world centered-2.svg FIVB U19 World Championship
2013 Gold medal world centered-2.svg FIVB U21 World Championship
2014 Gold medal europe.svg CEV U20 European Championship
Individual awards
2013: CEV U19 European Championship – Most Valuable Player
2013: FIVB U19 World Championship – Best Opposite Spiker
2013: FIVB U21 World Championship – Most Valuable Player

Viktor Poletaev
Personal information
Full name Viktor Evgenyevich Poletaev
Nationality Russia Russian
Born 27 July 1995 (age 25)
Chelyabinsk, Russia
Height 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)
Weight 86 kg (190 lb)
Spike 375 cm (142 in)
Block 340 cm (134 in)
Volleyball information
Position Opposite
Current club Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
Number 17
Career
Years Teams
2013–2016
2016–2020
2020– Russia Zenit Kazan
Russia Kuzbass Kemerovo
Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
National team
2015– Russia
Category
Volleyball
Tags
volleyball, volleyball actions, best volleyball actions
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