Overview
Fabiana Claudino

Fabiana Claudino

Nickname
Claudino
Club
Sesi - Sp
Nationality
Brazil
Birth Date
24/01/1985
Birth Place
Belo Horizonte
Height
193 cm
Weight
76 kg
Hobbies
Travelling

Fabiana started to play volleyball in 2000 for Minas TĂȘnis Clube. One year later, she won the silver medal in the Junior World Championship and was elected the best blocker of the competition. In 2002 she won the Superliga (Brazilian Championship) playing for MRV/Minas and at the following year took the second place in the same competition. In 2003, she played in Brazilian main team for the first time in the Montreux Volley Masters and the Grand Prix (7th place). With the Youth Brazilian team, Fabiana won the gold medal in the World Championship, in Thailand, where she was elected the best attacker of the competition. In 2003, with the main Brazilian team, she won the silver medal in the World Cup. In Superliga 2003/04, took the second place defending MRV/Minas. In 2004 played in the Brazilian National Team that won the Grand Prix and was fourth at the Olympic Games. In 2005, she was in the six competitions won by the Brazilian national team: Courmayeur Championship, Montreux Volley Masters, the fifth title of the Grand Prix, the Qualifying Tournament for the World Championship-2006, the South American Championship and the World Grand Champions Cup. In 2006, she conquered the Courmayeur Championship, the Montreux Volley Masters, the Pan-American Cup and the sixth title of the Grand Prix, having won the best spiker's prize. In the last competition of the year (World Championship), she got the second place. In 2006, she was the captain of Rexona, the winner of Superliga. In 2007, she was second place in the Pan-American Games, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, finished in the fifth place in World Grand Prix and won the South American Championship. In the end of the year, Brazil was the runner-up of the World Cup. In 2008, Fabiana was part of the team that got gold medals in Beijing Olympic Games, the World Grand Prix and Final Four. In 2009, she won the Montreux Volley Master being elected the MVP. She also won the Pan American Cup, the Qualifying Tournament for the World Championship-2010 and the FIVB Grand Prix winning the award of best blocker. In 2010, Fabiana collected two silver medals at the World Grand Prix and the World Championship. The year of 2011 has been great for the middle blocker. Fabiana won the title of the Pan American Cup and collected the silver medal in the World Grand Prix. At the South American Championship, she helped the team to win the competition unbeaten and was elected the best blocker. In the Pan-American Games, she helped Brazil to win the third title in a row. In 2012, Fabiana had an amazing year helping Brazil to won the gold medal in the London Olympic Games. In 2013, Fabiana helped Brazil to win the World Grand Prix, the South American Championship and the Grand Champions Cup where she was elected the MVP. In 2014, she leaded the Brazilian team to win the World Grand Prix in Tokyo, Japan, for the 10th time and was elected the best middle blocker of the tournament. In 2015, she helped Brazil to win the South American Championship in Cartagena, Colombia.

Career

  • Position Middle blocker
  • Selection Olympic (13) - W.C. (14) - Other (76)
  • International Debut Croatia
  • Club Debut Minas Tenis Clube
  • Current Club Sesi - Sp
  • Spike 314
  • Block 293