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Sergei Belov (Russia)
Born on January Sunday, 1944, in in Nashchyokovo, Russia.
Height:
190cm (6'2")
Position:
Forward
Nationality:
Russia

Enshrined as a player in the FIBA Hall of Fame on September Wednesday, 2007.

Clubs

  • Uralmash Sverdlovsk: 1964-1967
  • CSKA Moscow: 1968-1980
  • As a head coach: CSKA Moscow (1981-1982: Champion of the USSR League), CSKA Moscow Junior School (1983-1989), Cassino -Italy- (1991-1993) and Ural Great Perm (1999-2002: Champion of the Russian League in 2001)

Club Highlights

  • 2 times Champion of the European Cup for Men's Champion Clubs (current Euroleague): 1969 and 1971
  • 11 times Champion of the USSR League: 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 and 1980
  • 2 times Champion of the USSR Cup: 1972 and 1973

National Team

  • Olympic Gold medalist in Munich 1972
  • 3 times Olympic Bronze medalist: Mexico 1968, Montreal 1976 and Moscow 1980
  • 2 times World Champion: Montevideo 1967 and Puerto Rico 1974
  • Silver medalist in the 1978 Manila World Championship
  • Bronze medalist in the 1970 Ljubljana World Championship
  • 4 times European Champion: Helsinki 1967, Italy 1969, Germany 1971 and Italy 1979
  • 2 times Silver medalist in the European Championships: Belgrade 1975 and Belgium 1977
  • Bronze medalist in the 1973 Barcelona European Championship
  • As head coach of the Russian National Team (1993-1998): 2 times Silver medalist in the World Championships of Toronto 1994 and Athens 1998 and Bronze medalist in the 1997 European Championship in Barcelona

Individual Highlights

  • Lit the Olympic flame in the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games
  • President of the Russian Basketball Federation: 1993-1998
  • President of Ural Great Perm since August 2005