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Sérgio Dutra dos Santos, known as Serginho or Escadinha (born 15 October 1975) is a former Brazilian volleyball player, a member of Brazil men's national volleyball team and a former player of Sport Club Corinthians Paulista restructured volleyball team, his beloved club, 2004 and 2016 Olympic Champion, double silver medalist of the Olympic Games (2008, 2012), World Champion (2006, 2010), multimedalist of the World League, South American Championship, World Cup and the Grand Champions Cup, 2011 Brazil Champion. In 2009 he became the first libero to be named Most Valuable Player in the history of the FIVB World League.
In 2004 he became an Olympic Champion for the first time. However, on the next two Olympics, the Brazilian national volleyball team won silver medals only. Serginho semi-retired from the national team after the 2012 Olympics, and returned only for the 2015 World League. After that he declined to compete at the 2016 Rio Olympics, but was persuaded by Bernardinho to return. Bernardinho claimed that, while Serginho no longer had the agility that made him famous, he had experience and maturity to lead the team during a tournament that would certainly be rife with pressure on the Brazilian team, since they were playing on their country and coming from two losses on previous Olympics. Serginho was essential to motivate his team against France. They were losing, and on a break Serginho told his colleagues that, while they all had at least one more chance at going to the Olympics, he didn't – those would be his last Olympic Games. Eventually, Brazil won the gold medal against Italy, and Serginho was acclaimed by the cheering fans, who called him king. After the match against Italy, Serginho was named the tournament's most valued player. He announced after Rio finals against Italy he will play professionally for two more years.
2010 Gold medal with cup.svg FIVB World Championship
2011 Silver medal with cup.svg FIVB World League
2011 Gold medal with cup.svg South American Championship
2011 Bronze medal with cup.svg FIVB World Cup
2012 Silver medal with cup.svg Olympic Games
2015 Gold medal with cup.svg South American Championship
2016 Silver medal with cup.svg FIVB World League
2016 Gold medal with cup.svg Olympic Games
2011 South American Club Championship – Best Digger
2011 South American Club Championship – Best Libero
2011 South American Championship – Best Digger
2011 South American Championship – Best Receiver
2011 South American Championship – Best Libero
2011 South American Championship – Most Valuable Player
2011 FIVB World Cup – Best Receiver
2011 FIVB Club World Championship – Best Receiver
2011 FIVB Club World Championship – Best Libero
2015 South American Championship – Most Valuable Player
2016 Olympic Games – Best Libero
2016 Olympic Games – Most Valuable Player
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