Rudy Schneider

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Rudy Schneider
Rudy Schneider - Techniker Beach Tour Düsseldorf 2018.jpg
2018 in Düsseldorf
birthday October 7, 2000
place of birth
size 1.92 m
Indoor volleyball
position Diagonal attack

until 2018
since 2019
TuB Bocholt
SWD Powervolleys Düren
Orion Doetinchem
beach volleyball
partner various
National ranking Position 38
2017 - German Vice-Champion U20
2017 - German Champion U18
2019 - Vice-European Champion U20
Status: October 7, 2019

Rudy Schneider (born October 7, 2000 in Haiti ) is a German volleyball and beach volleyball player .


Indoor volleyball

Schneider came to volleyball through his father Raimund. He first played in Borken before moving to TuB Bocholt , with whom he played in the second division in the 2017/18 season. With a double right to play, he also trained with Bundesliga club SWD Powervolleys Düren in the same season and was in the squad a few times. He was then firmly committed by the Düren team for the 2018/19 season. However, there was already a separation in December 2018 because Schneider wanted to concentrate more on beach volleyball. Since 2019 he has been playing with the Dutch master Orion Doetinchem .

beach volleyball

Schneider's talent was discovered in 2015 at a beach camp in Antalya and the then 14-year-old immediately joined the youth development team of the German Volleyball Association. He played various junior tournaments with changing partners, with several top ten results in 2016. In 2017 he and Vincent Freytag became German U20 runners-up and won the German U18 championship in Haltern am See with Benedikt Sagstetter . At the U18 European Championship in Kazan , he reached sixth place with Julian Lorentz . In 2018 he played on the Techniker Beach Tour . In 2019 he and Filip John finished ninth at the U19 World Cup in Udon Thani . Then he and Benedikt Sagstetter became vice European champion at the U20 tournament in Gothenburg .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. DVV ranking list (as of October 7, 2019)
  2. a b Hidden talent found in the beach camp., April 9, 2015, accessed on June 26, 2018 .
  3. a b c Powervolleys Düren commit 17 year old attacking talent. Aachener Zeitung , June 21, 2018, accessed on June 26, 2018 .
  4. ^ Separation from Rudy Schneider. SWD Powervolleys, December 17, 2018, accessed April 25, 2019 .
  5. Rudy Schneider triumphs. Borkener Zeitung , August 1, 2017, accessed on June 26, 2018 .
  6. Rudy Schneider is going to the U19 World Cup. Bocholter Borkener Volksblatt, August 28, 2017, accessed on June 26, 2018 .
  7. a b Rudy Schneider sensationally wins the runner-up in Gothenburg. Borkener Zeitung, July 1, 2019, accessed on July 1, 2019 .