Sergey Alexandrovich Belov

CSKA Veteran
Age
69 years
Date of birth
23.01.1944
Died
03.10.2013
Place of Birth
Nashchekovo, Tomsk Region (Russia)
Nationality
Russia

Athlete's Career

1964-67
Uralmash Sverdlovsk;
1967-80
CSKA Moscow

Achievements

2-times European Champions Cup winner (1969, 1971), 11-times USSR champion (1969-74, 1976-1980), silver (1975) and bronze (1968) USSR Championship winner, USSR Cup winner (1973), 3-times USSR People Spartakiade winner (1971, 75, 79) with CSKA… Olympic champion (1972), 3-times Olympic bronze winner (1968, 76, 80), 2-times world champion (1967, 74), World vice-champion (1978), World Championship bronze winner (1970), 4-times European champion (1967, 69, 71, 79), 2-times European vice-champion (1975, 77), European bronze winner (1973), Universiade champion (1970) with Team USSR… 1970 World Championship and 1969 European Championship MVP… He was given the honor of lighting the Olympic Cauldron with the Olympic flame during the 1980 Summer Olympics opening ceremony in Moscow… Basketball Hall-of-Famer (inducted on 11-May-1992), included in FIBA Hall of Fame and in the list of 50 greatest players in FIBA and Euroleague history

Coach's Career

1981-82
CSKA Moscow, head coach;
1988-89
CSKA Moscow, head coach;
1990-93
Pallacanestro Cassino, Italy, head coach;
1994-98
Russian National Team, head coach;
1999-04
Ural-Great Perm, head coach

Achievements

USSR champion (1982) with CSKA Moscow… 2-times Russian champion (2001, 2002), NEBL champion (2001), 2-times Russian Championship runner-up (2000, 2003) with Ural-Great… 2-times World Championship runner-up (1994, 1998), Eurobasket bronze winner (1997) with Team Russia

Manager's Career

1993-98
Russian Basketball Federation, President;
2005-09
Ural-Great PBC, President;
from 2010 - IES
Basket School League, Honorary President