Vladimir Ivankovic

 
 
Name: Ivankovic First Name: Vladimir
Date of birth: 27. April 1972 Nationality: CRO
Home Town: Zagreb Closest int. Airport: #


 

 

SUMMARY OF BASKETBALL QUALIFICATIONS

- 26 years successful experience in basketball (women and men) at different levels (from basketball schools till Euroleague team);
- participation in FIBA international cup’s competitions (2xEurocup W, 2xEuroleague W) , 2xAdriatic league (WABA), Middle European League (MEL) and 3xCentral European Women’s league (CEWL)
- 90 club’s international games in different FIBA competitions;
- career overall (as professional-senior coach) 239-115 (0.68)
- lecturer at CBF/BF Zagreb coach’s seminar 2013, 14
- attending all international CBF seminars in past 15 years
- Kinesiology institute Zagreb – basketball coach diploma
- Floresti/Cluj Romania Basketball camp 2017, 2018

COACHING LICENCES:

FIBA COACH’S LICENCE (number 2014501559)
CROATIAN COACH’S LICENCE
GERMAN COACH’S A-LICENCE
AUSTRIAN COACH’S A-LICENCE
ROMANIA COACH’S AA-LICENCE

ACHIEVEMENTS:
Coach of the year – 2012, 2013 (Croatia), 2016 (Austria), 2017 (Croatia)
Croatian Champion – 2013
Croatian Cup Winner – 2013, 2014
Croatian U-16 champion – 1995, 2012, 2013
Croatian regular season champion – 2014
Croatian 2nd division champion 2010, 2017
Croatian league regular season runner-up – 2012, 13
Croatian Cup finalist – 2012
Croatian Cup semifinalist – 2010, 2011
Croatian 2nd division regular season runner-up – 2002, 2017
Croatian league 3rd place - 2011
Croatian U-18 vice-champion – 2013, 14
Croatian U-16 champion – 2012, 2013
Croatian bball school championship vice-champion 1997, 1999
Croatian bball school championship bronze medalist 1998
Austrian Cup Winner – 2016
Austrian-Slovakian WBL Champion – 2016
Austrian WBL Champion – 2016

Central European league vice champion – 2016
Middle European league semifinalist – 2014
Euroleague, group phase – 2012-2014
Eurocup second stage – 2010

Croatian NT coach – 2014, resigned cos of family reasons
Croatian U16 NT assistant coach – 1993-94

COACHING HISTORY:
2018-2018 – WBC Dubrava (Cro D1) – HC, took the team at the last place (0-12), finished with 3-14, save the team from being relegated to 2nd division
2017-2018 – BC Turda Wolves – advisor for youth program (voluntary)
2017-2017 – WBC CSU Alba Iulia – head coach (Romanian D1, preseason left cos of financial reasons)
2016-2017 – WBC Kvarner Rijeka – head coach (D2 - promotion to 1st division, CEWL)
2015-2016 - Flying Foxes SVS Post Vienna – head coach (ASWBL, AWBL, CEWL, ECW)
2014-2015 – Chemcats Chemnitz (GER) – head coach (DBBL 1)
2009-2014 - WBC Novi Zagreb – head coach (D2, D1, WABA, MEL, ECW, ELW, U18, U16)
2006-2009 – BC CIBONA Zagreb (Basketball school Vucici) (men)
2005 – WBC Novi Zagreb - Zagreb, U16 coach
2004 – WBC Zagreb – Zagreb, head coach 
(D2)
2003 – WBC Agram – Zagreb, head coach 
(D2)
2002 – WBC Jabuka – Zapresic, head coach (D2, promotion to 1st division)
1997-2001 – WBC Jabuka Zapresic basketball school coach, U14 and U16 team 

1996 – BC Medvescak – Zagreb (men) – 2nd division (AC), head coach U16 team
1995 – WBC Lokomotiva Zagreb – U16, U18 women head coach 

1994 – WBC Montmontaza Zagreb – U16 women head coach
1993 – WBC Medvescak Zagreb – U16 women head coach
1992 – BC Knezija – Zagreb (men) - 3rd division

INTERESTING FACTS:
- In 8 seasons reached 6 times F4 of national cup (3x winner, 1x silver), once as a coach of 2nd division team;
- in 4 appearances of regional leagues (Adriatic, Middle European, Central European) 2 times reached with his team the F4 (MEL 2014 with Novi Zagreb, CEWL 2016 with Flying foxes Vienna)

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:
 Graduate at “Law and administration school” in Zagreb, Croatia
LANGUAGES
:Croatian *****, English *****,
German **
FAMILY STATUS:
 Married, 3 children (age 20, 9 and 3)
IT skills: different video-scouting programs, Microsoft office, Mac IOS…

Game videos:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDPDB2MQKx0&t=3094s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-t6Zb-Rzug
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHXbGJjDPhw
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ6IEwCJHND2iEN0dRpCdmQ/videos?sort=da&view=0&flow=list


WNBA/NCAA players (5+13):
Marina Mazic (LA Sparks), Leilani Mitchel (NY Liberty), Kelly Faris (Connecticut Suns), Courtney Wandersloot (Chicago Sky), April Sykes (LA Sparks), Aaryn Ellenberg (NCAA), Britany Miller (NCAA), Dominique Allen (NCAA), Inja Butina (NCAA), Tihana Stojsavljevic (NCAA), Irina Kukolj (NCAA), Keira Peek (NCAA), Molly Schlemer (NCAA), Clara Sole (NCAA), Yasmeen Thompson (NCAA), Leticia Lerma (NCAA), Jessica January (NCAA), Ty Fleming (NCAA)

EUROLEAGUE PLAYERS (10):
Mirna Mazic, Ema Salopek, Iva Ciglar, Courtney Wandersloot, Elina Babkina, Eva Komplet, Marina Mazic, Sandra Mandir, Jana Lichnerova, Raksanyi Krisztina

EUROCUP PLAYERS (18):
Latoya Williams, Anđa Jelavic, Tina Trebec, Luca Ivankovic, Jelana Ivezic, Dominique Allen, Chestity Reed, Aaryn Elenberg, Milica Dabovic, Jovana Vukoje, Liene Priede, Leilani Mitchel, Matea Vrdoljak, Ivana Dojkic, Petra Steger, Vera Perostiyska, Laura Purina, Josipa Bura

CROATIAN NT PLAYERS (19):
Anda Jelavic, Luca Ivankovic, Ana Semren, Mirna Mazic, Ema Salopek, Iva Ciglar, Irena Čuncic, Marina Mazic, Ivona Matic, Ana Cacic, Jelena Ivezic, Lisa Karcic, Ana Semren, Kristina Benic, , Monika Bosilj, Sena Pavetic, Sandra Mandir, Matea Vrdoljak, Josipa Bura

CROATIAN YOUTH NT PLAYERS (15):
Ivana Dojkic, Tihana Stojsavljevic, Anja Kukolja, Andrea Maric, Lana Packovski, Inja Butina, Zrinka Brkljacic, Matea Tadic, Nika Sarjanovic, Ena Milicevic, Katarina Matijevic, Darija Mijatovic, Martina Marosevic, Petra Vlahovic, Iva Cigic

FOREIGNER NT PLAYERS (28):
Milica Dabovic, Jovana Vukoje, Dunja Prcic, Marija Radovic (Srb), Lucila Pascua (Esp), Krisztina Rakszanyi (Hun), Tina Trebec, Eva Komplet (Slo), Marina Dzinic, Valentina Galusic, Lejla Omerbasic (BiH), Liene Priede, Elina Babkina, Laura Purina (Lat), Tina Menz, Mary Ann Mihaly, Lucile Peroche, Fine Bohemke (Ger), Leilani Mitchel (AUS), Aleksandra Novakovic (AUT), Dominika Rusniakova, Jana Lichnerova (SVK), Vera Perostiyska (BUL), Aaryn Elenberg, Kelly Faris (USA), Marta Fodor, Christiana Cutas, Andrea Fleser (ROM)