Carles Marco

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Carles Marco
Personal information
Born (1974-09-23) September 23, 1974 (age 44)
Badalona, Spain
Nationality Spanish
Listed height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Career information
Playing career 1994–2009
Position Point guard
Career history
As player:
1994–1996 Sant Josep Badalona
1996–1998 Gijón Baloncesto
1998–2002 Valladolid
2002–2005 Joventut Badalona
2005–2007 Caja San Fernando
2007–2008 Baloncesto León
2008 Manresa
2008 CAI Zaragoza
2009 Ford Burgos
As coach:
2011–2015 Manresa (assistant)
2015–2018 Oviedo
Career highlights and awards

Carles Marco Viñas (born September 23, 1974 in Badalona, Catalonia, Spain) is a Spanish retired basketball player, who played as point guard, and a current manager.

Professional career[edit]

Marco spent all his career in the two top divisions of the Spanish basketball, making his debut at Liga ACB in 1998 with Fórum Valladolid.[1] He was chosen to play the Liga ACB All-Star in the 2000–01 and the 2002–03 seasons.

He retired in 2009, after playing the second half of the 2008–09 LEB Oro season with Ford Burgos.

Spanish national team[edit]

Marco played 34 matches with the Spanish team, being part of the squad that played the 2002 FIBA World Championship and the EuroBasket 2003.

Coaching career[edit]

Marco started his career as coach in 2011, as the assistant coach of Bàsquet Manresa of Liga ACB. Four seasons later, he signed with Unión Financiera Baloncesto Oviedo of the LEB Oro for his first experience as head coach.[2]

In July 2016, Marco won the gold medal as assistant coach of the under-20 team in the European Championship.

In May 2018, Oviedo and Carles Marco parted ways after three seasons qualifying for the promotion playoffs.

Trophies[edit]

As coach[edit]

With Oviedo

Personal life[edit]

His father, Lluís, is a Spanish actor.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Marco tiene el récord de ACB" (in Spanish). Diario de León. 24 October 2007.
  2. ^ "Carles Marco, plata con España, se convierte en técnico de Oro" (in Spanish). Marca. 7 July 2015.

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