Earvin N’Gapeth Net Worth, Biography, Height, Weight, Wiki & Family

Earvin N’Gapeth Net Worth, Biography, Height, Weight, Wiki & Family! Earvin N’Gapeth was born on 12 February 1991. He is a French volleyball player, a member of France men’s national volleyball team, and the Italian club Azimut Modena. He was a 2015 European Champion, a gold medalist of the World League (2015, 2017), French Champion (2010), and Italian Champion (2016). Ngapeth for the second time in the year 2017, selected Most Valuable Player of FIVB World League and winner gold medalist with France.

On October 7, 2010, he was expelled from the national team on disciplinary grounds during World Championship held in Italy. He came back to the national team at European Championship 2011. In 2014 played at World Championship 2014 held in Poland. France lost the match for the bronze medal with Germany and took 4th place.

Earvin N’Gapeth

He was one of the key players in the 2015 World League championship campaign. On October 18, 2015, the French national team, including N’Gapeth, achieved the title of the European Champion 2015 (3–0 with Slovenia in the finale).

Earvin N’Gapeth Personal Life:

In December 2014, he was sentenced to three months suspended imprisonment by the Criminal Court of Montpellier for a fight in a nightclub in the city a few months earlier. In July 2015, he was arrested and heard in the open hearing by the police following the assault of a TGV train controller Paris-Montparnasse train station. His father Éric, who hails from Cameroon, is a former volleyball player that represented France in the 1980s.

Earvin N’Gapeth Biography! Height! Weight! Wiki & More Information

  • Name: Earvin N’Gapeth
  • Nick Name: Earvin
  • Date of Birth: 12 February 1991
  • Birth Place: Saint-Raphaël, canton of Saint-Raphaël, arrondissement of Draguignan, Var
  • Age: 29 years
  • Profession: French volleyball player
  • Nationality: France
  • Gender: Male
  • Star sign: Aquarius
  • Height: 194cm (6ft 4in)
  • Weight: 87kg (191lb)
  • Type: Sports
  • Family: Father – Eric N’Gapeth, mother- Not known
  • Earvin N’Gapeth Sporting Achievement:

National championships:

  • 2016/2017 – Italian SuperCup, with DHL Modena
  • 2015/2016 – Italian Championship, with DHL Modena
  • 2015/2016 – Italian Cup, with DHL Modena
  • 2015/2016 – Italian SuperCup, with DHL Modena
  • 2014/2015 – Italian Championship, with Parmareggio Modena
  • 2014/2015 – Italian Cup, with Modena Volley
  • 2010/2011 – French Championship, with Tours VB
  • 2010/2011 – French Cup, with Tours VB
  • 2009/2010 – French Championship, with Tours VB
  • 2009/2010 – French Cup, with Tours VB
  • 2008/2009 – French Cup, with Tours VB

National Team:

  • 2017 – FIVB World League
  • 2016 – FIVB World League
  • 2015 – CEV European Championship
  • 2015 – FIVB World League
  • 2009 – CEV U19 European Championship
  • 2008 – CEV U21 European Championship
  • 2007 – FIVB U19 World Championship
  • 2007 – CEV U19 European Championship

CEV Champions League:

  • 2012 /2013- with Bre Banca Lannutti Cuneo
  • 2017, FIVB World League – Most Valuable Player
  • 2017, FIVB World League – Best Outside Spiker
  • 2016, European Confederation – Most Spectacular Player
  • 2016, Best Player in Serie A1
  • 2015, CEV European Championship – Best Outside Spiker
  • 2015, FIVB World League – Most Valuable Player
  • 2011, Pro A – Best Spiker
  • 2011, Best Player in Pro
  • 2009, CEV U19 European Championship – Most Valuable Player
  • 2009, CEV U19 European Championship – Best Server
  • 2008, CEV Junior European Championship – Most Valuable Player

Earvin N’Gapeth Career:

In season 2008-09, he debuted into professional volleyball, hired by Tours VB, where he stayed for three seasons and winner Pro A-League. In season 2011-12, he was hired in the Italian team of Cuneo Piemonte in Serie A1 League, where he remained for two seasons. With the team, he reached the final of the CEV Europe League.

Gareth in the next year moved to Kuzbass Kemerovo, a club playing in Super League however, during the season he abandoned the team and returned to Italy, wearing the shirt of Modena in the Serie A1. With Modena, he won the 2014-15 Italian Cup. And the 2015-16 Italian Championship, Italian Cup, and Italian Supercup. In the season 2015-16, he won his second Italian Supercup.

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