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Valdemaras Chomicius – BC Triumph Head Coach!

BC Triumph officially announces that Lithuanian coach Valdemaras Chomicius became the Head Coach of the team for the new season.

Valdemaras Chomicius:
– I’m very happy to become the part of Triumph club.

I’ve got some offers from European clubs (Zalgiris, VEF) during the play-off series , but all my mind was only about UNICS. I had the chance to stay in the UNICS coaching staff, but I was very interested in BC Triumph offer and signed the contract with the team from Lyubertsy.

My signing is a step forward, the new challenge for me. Triumph roster will be composed of young Russian talented players, and I like to work with young, they work hard, play and practice with all their heart, they have a good future.

I plan to name my assistants in the nearest time, there are a lot of good coaches in the club, I’m sure will find the common language with them.

D.O.B: May, 4 1959, Kaunas, Lithuania.
Honored athlete of USSR, Honored coach of Lithuania
Playing career:
1978 -1989 – Zalgiris, Kaunas, Lithuania
1989-1990 – Forum Valladolid Spain
1990-1991 – «Aprimatic» Bologna (Fortitudo Bologna), Italy
1991- 1992 – CAI Saragossa Spain
1991-92, 1993-1994 Castors Braine Belgium
1992 -1993 Spirou Charleroi Belgium
1994-1996 – Marbella Malaga Spain
Played in the USSR NT in 1979 – 1989.
Was the captain of the Lithuanian NT in 1992—1995.

Player achievements:
USSR champion (1985, 1986, 1987), the World champion in the non-official championship among the club with Zalgiris (1986), USSR Runner-Up (1980, 1983, 1984, 1988, 1989), European Champions Cup Finalist (1986), Cup of Cup Champions Finalist (1984).
Belgium Championship Runner-Up (1992, 1993). Olympic Champion (1988), World Champion (1982), European Champion (1979, 1985). World Championship Runner-Up (1986), European Championship Runner-Up (1987, 1995).
Olympic bronze medalist (1978, 1992), European Championship bronze medalist (1983, 1989)

Coaching career:
Started the coaching career in 1996 in Lithuania with local Žemaitijos olimpas (Plunge) and Kraitene (Marijampole).
1999-2003 – Ural-Great Perm – assistant coach
2003 Sept-Oct – Dynamo Moscow – Head Coach
2003-04 – Ural-Great Perm – assistant coach
2004 Jan-May – Ural-Great Perm – Head Coach
2005-07 – UNICS Kazan Head Coach
2007-09 – UNICS-2 Head Coach
2009-2010 – UNICS Head Coach
Chomicius works in the coaching staff of Lithuanian NT since 1996.

Coaching achievements:
Lithuanian Championship Runner-Up (1997), Russian Championship Runner-Up (2007), Russian Champion among teams U20 (2009), Russian Championship Bronze Medalist (2010), Olympic Games Bronze Medalist (2000), European Championship Bronze Medalist (2003).

Source: bctriumph.com

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