Overview
Igor Kolodinsky

Igor Kolodinsky

Nickname
Kolodinsky
Club
Fakel NOVY URENGOY
Nationality
Russia
Birth Date
07/07/1983
Birth Place
Magdeburg (GER)
Height
197 cm
Weight
92 kg

Igor Kolodinkiy was born July 7, 1986 in Magdeburg. Sport’s  career began in the "Locomotive Belogorie." As part of the Belgorod club, he became the champion of Russia (2002/03, 2003/04, 2004/05); silver medalist Russia (2005-06), the winner of the Cup of Russia (2003), winner of the Champions League (2002/03, 2003/04).

Since May 2005, Igor played in beach volleyball, played in a pair with Andrew Aschev, Sergey Tetyukhin, Dmitry Karasev, Leonid Kalinin, Dmitry Barsuk, Yaroslav Koshkarev.

Igor Kolodinskiy has the world record for speed of the ball when applying (114 km / h), thanks to the world's known by the nickname "Bazooka", four-time (2007-2010) special prize FIVB World Tour better served.

August 3, 2008 pair Dmitry Barsuk / Igor Kolodinskiy the first time in the history of Russian beach volleyball won the stage of the World Tour - tournament "Grand Slam" in Klagenfurt.

In 2008-2009, Badger and Kolodinskiy played together in the classic volleyball - a major league team "A" "GUVD-Dynamo" (Krasnodar). Kolodinskiy played in the club "Gazprom-Yugra" in season of 2009/10. Players added to squad of the "Lokomotiv-Belogorie" and won a bronze medal in the club championship of Russia. In the season 2012/13 won the bronze medalist Russia Superleague in the Kazan "Zenit", then played one season in the Moscow "Dynamo", and in the summer of 2014 moved to the "Fakel".

Career

  • Position Setter
  • Selection Olympic (0) - W.C. (0) - Other (0)
  • Club Debut VC "Lokomotiv-Belogorie"
  • Current Club Fakel NOVY URENGOY
  • Spike 340
  • Block 325