Overview
Adenizia Da Silva

Adenizia Da Silva

Nickname
Silva
Club
Molico/Nestlé
Nationality
Brazil
Birth Date
18/12/1986
Birth Place
Ibiaí/MG
Height
185 cm
Weight
63 kg
Hobbies
Music

Middle-blocker - 18/12/86 - 64kg - 1,86m - Ibiaí (MG)

Middle-blocker Adenízia played for Brazil in the Youth World
Championship of 2003, when the National Team conquered the bronze medal. In the
following seasons (03/04 and 04/05), the player obtained her two Superliga
titles, defending BCN and Finasa/Osasco, respectively. Adenizia played the
Pan-American Cup twice and brought medals home in both of them. In 2005, she
conquered the bronze, while in 2008 she obtained the silver. She also played
the last competition before the World Grand Prix 2009, the Montreux Volley
Masters, when she won her first gold medal for the National Team.  After this she won the Pan American Cup, the
Qualifying Tournament for the World Championship-2010, the FIVB Grand Prix, the
South American Championship, the Final Four being elected the best server and
finish in second place at the Grand Champions Cup. In 2010, Adenizia was part
of the team that won the silver medal in the Grand Prix and the World
Championship. In 2011, Adenizia shined in the campaign that resulted in the
silver medal at the Yeltsin Cup. She also helped the team to won the silver
medal in the World Grand Prix.  In 2012,
Adenízia helped Brazil to win the gold medal in the London Games and was part
of the team that finished the FIVB World Grand Prix with the silver medal.
In
2013, Adenízia was part of the team that won the World Grand Prix, the South
American Championship, the Alassio Cup, the Montreux Tournament and the World
Grand Champions Cup. In 2014, the middle blocker helped Brazil to win the 10Th
Grand Prix title and the bronze medal in the FIVB Grand Prix. In 2015, she was
part of the team that achieved the silver medal in the Pan American Games. In
2016 Adenízia helped Brazil to win the 11th FIVB Grand Prix title.
She also was part the team that participated of the Rio Olympic Games.


 

 

Career

  • Position Middle blocker
  • Selection Olympic (7) - W.C. (6) - Other (35)
  • International Debut Caracas, Venezuela
  • Club Debut Clube Filadelfia
  • Current Club Molico/Nestlé
  • Spike 312
  • Block 290