Overview
Sheilla Castro De Paula Blassioli

Sheilla Castro De Paula Blassioli

Nickname
Castro
Club
Vakifbank
Nationality
Brazil
Birth Date
01/07/1983
Birth Place
Belo Horizonte
Height
185 cm
Weight
65 kg

 

#13 - SHEILLA TAVARES CASTRO BLASSIOLI (SHEILLA)

Opposite - 01/07/83 - 64 Kg - 1,85m - Belo
Horizonte (MG)


 

Sheilla started to play volleyball for Mackenzie,
in 97. Three years later, she already defended the Youth Brazilian National
team, winning the South American Championship, in Medellín (Colombia). In 2000,
the player was transferred to Minas Tênis Clube and ended the Superliga 00/01
in third place. In 2001, Sheilla arrived in the Junior National team and
achieved the World Championship title, in Dominican Republic. In 2002, playing
for MRV/Minas, she finished the Supercopa dos Campeões in fourth and won the
gold medal in the Superliga 01/02. In 2005, was in the Brazilian team that
conquered the Courmayeur Championship, the Montreux Volley Masters, the South
American Championship, the World Grand Champions Cup (where she was elected the
best player) and guaranteed a place in 2006 World Championship. In 2006, she
won the Courmayeur Championship, the Montreux Volley Masters and  the
sixth title of the Grand Prix. She was also chosen the Grand Prix's MVP. In the
last competition of the year, the World Championship, she got the second place.
In 2007, she was second place in the Pan-American Games, in Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil, and in the World Cup, in Japan. She also finished in the fifth place in
World Grand Prix and won the South American Championship. Sheilla won three
gold medals with the Brazilian Team in 2008: the Olympic Games, the World Grand
Prix and the Final Four. She also participated in the Montreux Volley Masters'
title, in 2009. After this she won the Pan American Cup, the Qualifying
Tournament for the World Championship-2010, the FIVB Grand Prix being elected
the MVP, the South American Championship, and finish in second place at the
Grand Champions Cup. In 2010, Sheilla helped Brazil to achieve the silver medal
in the FIVB World Grand Prix and n the FIVB World Championship. In 2011,
Sheilla had decisive performances in the conquests of the South American
Championship and the Pan American Cup titles. In both competitions, she was
elected the most valuable player. She also helped Brazil to achieve the silver
medal in the FIVB World Grand Prix. In 2012, Sheilla had an amazing performance
in the London Olympic Games and helped Brazil to win the gold medal. In 2013,
Sheilla helped Brazil to win the World Grand Prix, the South American
Championship and the Grand Champions Cup. In 2014, Sheilla helped Brazil to win
the gold medal in the World Grand Prix. She had a great performance in the
competition in was elected the best opposite spiker. In 2014, she helped Brazil
to win the gold medal in the FIVB World Grand Prix and the bronze medal in the
FIVB World Championship in Italy.


 

Career

  • Position Universal
  • Selection Olympic (14) - W.C. (16) - Other (72)
  • International Debut Colombia
  • Club Debut Mackenzie
  • Current Club Vakifbank
  • Spike 302
  • Block 284