Overview
Bruno Mossa Rezende

Bruno Mossa Rezende

Club
Cucine Lube Civitanova
Nationality
Brazil
Birth Date
02/07/1986
Birth Place
RIO DE JANEIRO - RJ
Height
190 cm
Weight
76 kg
Favorite Book
The Da Vinci Code

 Bruno
has started his career in the brazilian National Team in the youth teams,
winning the second place in the 2005 U20 World Championship. Playing for the
adult teamin 2007, he won the World League, the Pan American Games, the World
Cup and the South America Championship.  In
the next year, conquered the silver medal in the Beijing Olympic Games.In 2009,
Bruno lift two trophies with the national team: the World League and the
Champions Cup. One year later, he won the World League for the third time and
obtained his first World Championship. In 2011, he got a second place in the
World League and became South American champion and Pan American champion. A
few months later, returned from Japan with the World Cup bronze medal. The year
of 2012 will be remembered by the silver medal in the London Olympic Games. In 2013,
Bruno got the second place in the World League and two gold medals: in the
South American Championship and in the Grand Champions Cup.The setter started
the 2014 season with the silver medal in the FIVB World
League and leaded the team in the silver medal
campaign in the FIVB World Championship in Poland.  Last year, Bruninho helped Brazil to win the
South American title played at home in Maceio.  In 2016, the captain led the team to the gold
medal in the Olympic Games. The year after
Olympic Games had three competitions, where Bruninho was part of the team that
won the gold medal in the South American Games and in the FIVB World Grand
Champions Cup. He also helped Brazil to achieve the silver medal in the FIVB World
League.
In 2018, he was
with the national team in the campaign of the silver medal in the FIVB World
Championship. 

Career

  • Position Setter
  • Selection Olympic (2) - W.C. (7) - Other (20)
  • Current Club Cucine Lube Civitanova
  • Spike 323
  • Block 302