Wilfredo León is a professional Cuban-Polish volleyball player where he is a member of the Cuba Men’s National volleyball team. He is famous with the nickname Leo where he has two nationalities Cuban and Polish. Check Wilfredo León Net Worth In 2021, Salary, Personal Bio, His Vertical Jump, Shoes.
He is a winner of various championships in his career. Check out more details about Wilfredo León net worth, salary, personal bio, his vertical jump here on this page. Also, check out information about the shoes of the player here on this page.
Wilfredo León Net Worth 2021
Wilfredo is one of the highest-paid players in the team. He is a popular volleyball player where his estimated net worth is $1M.
The primary source of income for the volleyball player is from the game whereas there are other investments and brand endorsements on his name. The values are estimated on the basis of analysis which might change.
Wilfredo León Salary
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Wilfredo León Personal Bio
Wilfredo León is a player with dual nationality that is Cuba and Polish. He is a son of Wilfredo León Hechavarria and Alina Venero Boza.
The player was in Poland with his girlfriend where he has polish nationality. He ties a knot with Malgorzata in 2016 where the couple is blessed with a daughter in 2017 name Natalia.
Wilfredo León Vertical Jumps
León is a King of vertical jump where he has a record in his jumps in the gameplay. He won the World League 2009 best receiver award along with the silver medal in World U21 Champions in 2009.
Later he went on winning championships and where he wins the silver medal at the World Championship2010. World League Sofia 2012 where he wins the bronze medal.
Wilfredo León Honours
He has various honours to his name in his career. A few to name the honours at his name are listed here below.
|Silver||2010 Italy||FIVB World Championship|
|Silver||2009 Japan||FIVB World Grand Champions Cup|
|Bronze||2012 Sofia||FIVB World League|
|Silver||2011 Guadalajara||Pan American Games|
|Gold||2009 Puerto Rico||NORCECA Championship|
|Gold||2011 Puerto Rico||NORCECA Championship|
|Silver||2019 Japan||FIVB World Cup|
|Silver||2021 Rimini||FIVB Nations League|
|Bronze||2019 Belgium/ France/|
|CEV European Championship|