Back to Italy...

... to keep playing a bit more

"Resolve to succeed. The greatest discovery one can make is that nothing is impossible."




Coaching in Peru

Transitioning to manager

"Experience is what you get when you didn’t get what you wanted.."

Randy Pausch



An adventure in Switerzland


"You miss 100% of the shots you don't take."

Wayne Gretzky



Playing in Italy

Serie A2, here we are!

"Those who lose dreaming are lost."

Australian Aboriginal Proverb



Back to Argentina

Playing the National League

"Failure is part of the process of success. You can't be succesful without failing first. People who haven't been sucessful are those who have never failed."

Robert Kyosaki


Professional Volleyball in Spain

"Work a little, live a little.... work a little, live a little."

When written in Chinese, the word crisis is composed of two characters. One represents danger and the other opportunity.”

John F. Kennedy

After a few months in Argentina gathering documents and other paperwork I had to make a decision about whether to start working or giving it a try at becoming a "professional" volleyball player.


My Career in the USA

The life of the student-athlete

"There is no need to over power when you can out smart."

Phil Jackson

From my time at Mason, what I take with me more than anything else, is the learning experience of having to practice, live, and share most of the hours in a day with people from so many different places. Having to share everything with people from different cultures and backgrounds and sometimes, even another point of view on volleyball, made the experience more exciting.


3 months in Brazil

My first international experience

"Good teams become great ones when the members trust each other enough to surrender the 'me' for the 'we'."

Phil Jackson

Brazil changed my life...

During the XXVII South American Championship for club teams in Cochabamba, Bolivia, the President of Macae Sports, a youth club just outside of    Rio di Janeiro, invited me to join the club's U17 (infanto-juvenil) and U20 (juvenil) teams.


First volleyball steps in Argentina

How it all began

I started playing volleyball in 1991 when I was 9 years-old. The year after I was already competing and federated for Club Ciudad de Buenos Aires (CCBA). During my six years in "Ciudad" (they way the club was called) I played dozens of minivolley tournaments in my first 2 years and started in the U14 (Infantiles) team already when I was 12.

We won many minivolley tournaments and the U14 (Infantiles) Championship of the Metropolitan Federation of the City of Buenos Aires.

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“When you win, nothing hurts.” JOE NAMATH

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