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Vladimir TKATCHENKO (Russia)
Born on September Friday, 1957, in Sochi.
Height:
221cm (7'3")
Position:
Center
Nationality:
Russia

Enshrined as a player in the FIBA Hall of Fame on September Saturday, 2015.

Clubs

  • Stroitel (USSR) (1974-1982)
  • CSKA Moscow (USSR) (1983-1989)
  • Guadalajara (Spain) (1989-1990)

National Team

  • Gold medalist European Championship Cadets (1973)
  • Participation European Championship for Junior Men (1974)
  • Silver medalist European Championship for Junior Men (1976)
  • Bronze medalist Olympic Games (1976)
  • Silver medalist European Championship (1977)
  • Silver medalist World Championship (1978)
  • Gold medalist European championship (1979)
  • Bronze medalist Olympic Games (1980)
  • Gold medalist European Championship (1981)
  • Gold medalist World Championship (1982)
  • Gold medalist European Qualifying Tournament (1984)
  • Gold medalist European Championship (1985)
  • Silver medalist World Championship (1986)
  • Silver medalist European Championship (1987)
  • Gold medalist European Olympic Qualifying Tournament (1988)

Individual Highlights

  • Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1979)
  • Europa (1979)
  • Euroscar (1979)
  • Four-time USSR League champion (1983, 1984, 1988, 1990)
  • Gold medalist Goodwill Games (1984)
  • Order of the Badge of Honour (1985)