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Dynamo Kursk

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Leagues  Russian Premier League
President  Alexander Yager
Head coach  Bo Overton
Team colors  White and blue
Location  Kursk, Russia
Founded  1994
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Nickname  Dynamo Kursk (blue-white)
History  Svetlana Kursk (1994-1997) Dynamo Kursk (1997-)
Arena  Dynamo Arena / Sports complex of the Kursk Technic State University
League  Russian Women's Basketball Premier League

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WBC Dynamo Kursk (Russian: ЖБК «Динамо» Курск) is a Russian women's basketball club from Kursk playing in the Russian Premier League. They won their first FIBA Eurocup title in 2012.

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History

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  • 1994: WBC "Svetlana" Kursk was formed.
  • 1997: renamed as Dynamo Kursk.
  • 1999: starting to participate in the Russian Women's Super League
  • 2008-2009: first great achievement in European Arena - qualifying to Semi-final in FIBA Eurocup.
  • 2009-2010 and 2010-2011: took 4th place in the Russian Women's Super League.
  • 2012: for the first time won the FIBA Eurocup.
  • Titles

  • FIBA Eurocup:
  • Winners: 2012
  • Runners-up: 2014
  • Achievements

  • Russian Women's Basketball Premier League: 4th place (2010, 2011)
  • FIBA Eurocup: Semi-Final (2009)
  • Former players

  • Anna Petrakova
  • Gunta Baško
  • Aušra Bimbaitė
  • Temeka Johnson
  • Michelle Snow


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    References

    Dynamo Kursk Wikipedia


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