Well-known Brazilian volleyball participant Valevskaya Oliveira died on the age of 43 after falling from the seventeenth ground of an residence constructing within the central district of Sao Paulo, the place she got here to current her autobiography, studies g1.globo.com. The police labeled the case as suicide.
One of many final lifetime movies of a volleyball participant has appeared on-line.
Oliveira was the chief of the Brazilian nationwide group, changing into the 2008 Olympic champion and the 2000 Olympic bronze medalist with the group, in addition to profitable silver on the 2006 World Championships and profitable her third Grand Prix championship, which is now referred to as the League of Nations.
In 2008, after the Olympic triumph, she introduced her retirement from the nationwide group, however returned to the nationwide group in 2013, changing into the winner of the World Champions Cup.
She spent her final season in skilled sports activities in 2022, taking part in for the Brazilian membership Praia Uberlandia.
Valevskaya was born in Belo Horizonte and commenced her skilled profession on the age of 12.
Since 2004, she performed for seven seasons within the Italian Perugia for Sirio, the place she gained the Champions League and two CEV Cups. Then she performed in Murcia 2005 from Spain and for the Russian membership Zarechye-Odintsovo.