From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
October 9, 1954 |
Villa María, Argentina
|Nationality||Argentine / Italian|
|1994–1996||Luz y Fuerza Posadas|
|Career highlights and awards|
Magnano served as the head coach of the senior men's Argentine national team. He led Argentina to the silver medal at the 2002 FIBA World Championship. Argentina also beat Team USA during the tournament.
Awards and accomplishments
- 4x Argentine League Champion: (1992, 1998, 1999, 2009)
- 2x South American Club Champion: (1993, 1994)
- Argentine 2nd Division Champion: (1995)
- Panamerican Club Champion: (1996)
- 2x South American League Champion: (1997, 1998)
- Argentine League Coach of the Year: (2000)
- 2001 FIBA Americas Championship: Gold
- 2002 FIBA World Championship: Silver
- 2003 FIBA Americas Championship: Silver
- 2004 Summer Olympics: Gold
- 2011 FIBA Americas Championship: Silver
- ACB.com R. Magnano nacionalidad: ITA (Spanish).
- Ruben Magnano at Eurobasket. Retrieved on July 21, 2008.
- FIBA.com Final 8 September 2002.
- FIBA.com Game: ARGENTINA vs USA (Group F) Date: 4 September 2002 Time:19h00.
- FIBA.com 13 to 29 Aug. 2004 - Athens in Greece. Event Standings.
- FIBA.com Box Score Game: ARGENTINA vs USA (Group 38) Date: 27 August 2004 Time:22h15 City: Athens.
- Rubén Magnano é o novo técnico da seleção de basquete (Portuguese). Estado de S.Paulo. January 16, 2010.
|This biographical article relating to an Argentine basketball player, coach, or other figure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|