|Bild: Peter Voeth - Marburg|
|Date of birth:||15 Aug. 1954||Nationality:||Lithuania|
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|Graduated in:||1977||from:||Vilnius Pedagogical University|
Saarlouis, women Germany D1, 2nd place in the Championships
3rd place winner Russian Premier League Women
Finalist of EuroCup Women
|Year:||2013||Team:||Assistant Coach of Russian National Women’s Team|
|Year:||2012||Team:||Winner of EuroCup Women|
|Year:||2011-2014||Team:||Assistant coach of BC “Dinamo”, Kursk women’s basketball club (Russian Premier League)|
|Year:||2010 May 12th||Team:||
Issued FIBA Coach Licence No. 2010022814
|Year:||2008-2010||Team:||Head coach of St. Petersburg “Spartak” women’s basketball club (Russian Super A League)|
Head coach of men’s basketball club UBSC Graz /Austria/ 1st Division
Assistant coach of Lithuanian National Women’s Basketball Team
Head coach of women’s club “Flying Foxes” /Vienna, Austria/ - Champion of Austrian National Women’s Championship
|Year:||2005||Team:||Head coach of women’s club “ARVI” /Marijampole, Lithuania/ - participant of FIBA-Europe Cup Women and Lithuanian National Women’s Basketball Championship|
|Year:||2002-2004||Team:||Head coach of men’s and women’s basketball clubs “UBBC” /Salzbrug, Austria/ Head coach of Salzburg Region Men’s and Junior Men’s basketball teams|
Head coach of women’s club “LKKA-Kaunas” /Kaunas, Lithuania/
2nd place in the Lithuanian National Women’s Championship
|Year:||2000-2001||Team:||Head coach of Vilnius Univeristy Men’s Basketball Team|
|Year:||1998-2000||Team:||Head coach of women’s (1st division) and men’s (2nd division) teams in Grac /Austria/|
|Year:||1991-1992||Team:||Head coach of women’s Club “Wisla” /Krakow, Poland/ - 2nd place in the Polish National Women’s Championship.|
|Year:||1990-1991||Team:||Head coach of women’s Basketball Club LKS /Lodz, Poland/ - 2nd place in the Polish National Women’s Championship.|
Head coach of young women’s Basketball Club “Kibirkštis”
/Vilnius/ - the champion of Soviet Union Championship
|Year:||1987-1990||Team:||Assistant coach of women’s Basketball Club “Kibirkštis” /Vilnius/ - the main women’s basketball team in Lithuania, which participated in the Soviet Union Championship (1st Division).|
1972 – 1973 “Statyba” /Vilnius/ Basketball Club. Young Men category.
1980 – 1985 “Statyba” /Vilnius/ Basketball Club. Men category.
Lithuanian Champion in 1981 and 1984.
Four players (A.Kaušaitė, J.Kaušaitė, R.Petronytė and J.Jutelytė) coached by me became European Women Champions in Hungary in 1997.
Department of Sports and Physical Culture of Lithuania on March 26th 1998 issued for Mr. Saulius VADOPALAS the Certificate of the National Coach of Lithuania (Order No. 1 of March 31st 1998).
German, Russian, Polish, Lithuanian
Contact details: Saulius VADOPALAS (tel. +370 698 38889 (mob.); fax: +370 5 2706773;
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