Sergey Tetyukhin

Sergey Tetyukhin

Birth Date
Birth Place
Margelan, Uzbekistan
197 cm
89 kg
Favorite Book
Favorite Athlete
Ice hockey, football

Sergey Tetyukhin was born in October 23, 1975. He played for the youth team of Uzbekistan and Tashkent "Dynamo," where his father was a coach. In 1994, Sergei Tetyukhin joined the youth team of Russia.

In 1995 with Belgorod "Lokomotiv" he won his first title - the Cup of Russia. In 1997 and 1998, he became the champion of the country, and in 1999 was first recognized as the most valuable player of the championship.

In 1999/2000 he played for Italian club Parma.

Back in Belgorod in 2001/02, Tetyukhin helped "Locomotive-Belogorie". In the period from 2003 to 2006, together with the "Lokomotiv-Belogorie" he won three championships and two Russian Cups. In 2003 he was voted most valuable player at the "Final Four" of the Champions League, which ended with the first-ever victory for the Russian club.

In the summer of 2006, together with partners from Belgorod "Lokomotiv" Alexander Kosarev and Vadim Hamuttskih he moved to Kazan, "Dynamo-Tattransgaz."

In autumn 2009 Tetyukhin with Kazan "Zenit” won his 8th National Cup and was named MVP in the "Final Eight" in Kaliningrad, and in May 2010 for the eighth time he became the champion of Russia. After the end of the season he came back to "Lokomotiv-Belogorie."

The first official match for the national team Tetyukhin played in 1996 in Beijing, at the World League.

In 2002 the Russian team won the World League and took silver medals at the World Cup. Sergey Tetyukhin was one of the best players in the world forum held in Argentina.

Together with Vadim Hamuttskih he was a player at four Olympic Games, Olympic silver medalist in Sydney and a bronze medalist in Athens and Beijing.

In October 2011 - for the first time since the 2009 European Championship - he was summoned to the Russian national team, entered the bid for the World Cup for the second time in his career and became the winner of this tournament.

He was an Olympic champion at the 2012 Games in London.
In 2013 Sergey won the Champions League with «Belogorie», in 2014 he won the World Club Championship and Cup of Russia.


  • Position Wing spiker
  • Selection Olympic (29) - W.C. (24) - Other (389)
  • International Debut Various Countries
  • Club Debut Krylia Vostoka
  • Current Club Belogorie
  • Spike 345
  • Block 338