Vladimir Grbić ( Serbian - Cyrillic Владимир Грбић ; born December 14, 1970 in Zrenjanin ) is a former Serbian volleyball player . He is 193 cm tall and the brother of Nikola Grbić , who also played for the Serbian national team. Vladimir Grbić was considered the world's best player in the acceptance / external attack position in the late 1990s. Before the end of his career in 2009, he was most recently active for the clubs Latina Volley (Italy) and Fenerbahçe SK (Turkey).
With the Serbian national team he won the gold medal at the Olympic Games in Sydney in 2000 and the bronze medal in Atlanta in 1996 . His international victories include a silver medal at the 1998 World Championships, a silver medal at the 1997 European Championships in Holland and a gold medal at the 2001 European Championships in the Czech Republic.
|HAOK Mladost Zagreb||Yugoslavia||1990-1991||1990-1991|
|Vojvodina Novi Sad||Yugoslavia||1991-1992||1991-1992|
|Suzano Sao Paulo||Brazil||1997-1998||1997-1998|
|VK Dynamo Moscow||Russia||2003-2004||2003-2004|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Владимир Грбић (Cyrillic)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Serbian volleyball player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||December 14, 1970|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Zrenjanin|