Mehran Shahintab

Mehran Shahintab (born March 21, 1966) is Iranian Professional Basketball coach.[2] Currently, he is head coach of the Iranian national team.[3] and head coach of Shahrdari Gorgan Basketball Club.[4]

Mehran Shahintab
Mehran Shahintab New.jpg
Current position
TitleHead coach
TeamShahrdari Gorgan BC [1]
ConferenceIran National Basketball Super-league
Biographical details
Born (1966-03-21) March 21, 1966 (age 54)
Iran
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1999–2000Peykan
2001–2008Saba Battery
2008–2010Saba Mehr
2010–2011Petrochimi
2012–2014Azad University
2015–2018Petrochimi
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
FIBA Asia Championship (2013)
FIBA Asia Cup (2014)
Awards
  • Best Head Coach of the year, Iran National Basketball Super-league 2020
  • Best Head Coach of the tournament, Dubai International Tournament 2008
  • National Head Coach of the year – all sports, I.R. Iran 2004

Playing careerEdit

Shahintab began his career at the age of 16 and soon became the member of Iran National Junior Team in 1985. From 1991 to 1998 he played for Rah-Ahan Basketball Club for 8 consecutive seasons. Shahintab joined Peykan Basketball Club in 1998 and with them he reached the I.R. Iran Super League final.

In total, he played 16 seasons in Iran's top-tier level super league, playing with Pas, Persepolis,Rah-Ahan , Peykan and Azad University Basketball Club.

Shahintab's first competition with the senior Iran National basketball team was the 1989 ABC Championship in Beijing, China.[5] He helped Iran National basketball team to achieved the 4th place in 1993 ABC Championship in Jakarta.[6] In 1995 after playing for Iran National basketball team in Asian Basketball Confederation (ABC) Championship in Seoul[7] Shahintab announced his retire from international competition.

Coaching careerEdit

Shahintab started his coaching career in the early 2000s, as the assistant head coach of Peykan Basketball Club, and then head coatch of Saba Battery Basketball Club In 2001 to 2008, Shahintab won the Iranian national league title 4 time as well as at 2 times FIBA Asia Championship with Saba Battery.[8] From 2008 to 2010, he cached Sabbs Mehr Club and won 3rd place in 2009 Champions West Asian Basketball Association (WABA) cup in Jordan. In 1993.[9] In 2010 he became the head coach of Petrochimi Bandar Imam Basketball Club, and lead the club for 2011, 3rd place, Champions West Asian Basketball Association (WABA) cup in Lebanon.[10] From 2012 to 2014, Shahintab was the head coach of Azad University Basketball Club. In two seasons with the club, he led the club for 3th Place in Iran National Basketball Super-league in 2013 and 2014, Runner-up, Iran National Basketball Super-league.[11] From 2015 to 2018, Shahintab was the head coach of Petrochimi Bandar Imam Basketball Club. In three seasons with the club, he was able to win the Iran National Basketball Super-league, the West Asian Basketball Association (WABA) cup in Jordan, and made it to the 2017 West Asian Basketball Association (WABA) cup in Jordan Final. .[12]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Iranian Formal Coaches FIBA Coaching Library
  3. ^ Coach Mehran Shahintab named assistant coach of Iran NT FIBA Asia
  4. ^ [2]
  5. ^ "1990 Asian Games", Wikipedia, 2019-09-10, retrieved 2019-10-01
  6. ^ "1993 ABC Championship", Wikipedia, 2017-03-11, retrieved 2019-10-01
  7. ^ "1995 ABC Championship", Wikipedia, 2017-03-11, retrieved 2019-10-01
  8. ^ [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saba_Battery_Tehran_BC ]
  9. ^ [ https://basketball.asia-basket.com/team/Iran/Saba-Mehr-Tehran/5418?Page=5]
  10. ^ [ https://www.asia-basket.com/team//Petrochimi-Bandar-Imam-Harbour/5421]
  11. ^ [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iranian_Basketball_Super_League]
  12. ^ [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iranian_Basketball_Super_League]