Synonyms for riminucci or Related words with riminucci

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Examples of "riminucci"
Runner-up: Olimpia Simmenthal Milano (Italy) Steve Chubin, Austin "Red" Robbins, Sandro Riminucci, Massimo Masini, Gabriele Vianello, Gianfranco Pieri, Giulio Iellini, Giandomenico Ongaro, Gianfranco Fantin, Franco Longhi, Marco Binda, Luciano Gnocchi (Coach: Cesare Rubini)
Winner: Olimpia Simmenthal Milano (Italy) Bill Bradley, Skip Thoren, Sandro Riminucci, Gabriele Vianello, Massimo Masini, Gianfranco Pieri, Giulio Iellini, Giandomenico Ongaro, Franco Longhi, Marco Binda, Luciano Gnocchi, Fenelli (Coach: Cesare Rubini)
Winner: Olimpia Simmenthal Milano (Italy) Bill Bradley, Skip Thoren, Sandro Riminucci, Gabriele Vianello, Massimo Masini, Gianfranco Pieri, Giulio Iellini, Giandomenico Ongaro, Franco Longhi, Marco Binda, Luciano Gnocchi, Fenelli (Head Coach: Cesare Rubini)
Runner-up: Olimpia Simmenthal Milano (Italy) Steve Chubin, Austin "Red" Robbins, Sandro Riminucci, Massimo Masini, Gabriele Vianello, Gianfranco Pieri, Giulio Iellini, Giandomenico Ongaro, Gianfranco Fantin, Franco Longhi, Marco Binda, Luciano Gnocchi (Head Coach: Cesare Rubini)
Alessandro "Sandro" Riminucci (born 26 June 1935) is a retired Italian basketball player. He was part of the Italian team that finished fourth at the 1960 Summer Olympics. In 2006 he was induced into the Italian Basketball Hall of Fame.
FIBA European Selection roster: Radivoj Korać (Yugoslavia), Aleksandar Nikolić (Yugoslavia), Slobodan Gordić (Yugoslavia), Sandro Riminucci (Italy), Gabriele Vianello (Italy), Paolo Vittori (Italy), Gianfranco Pieri (Italy), Andrzej Pstrokonski (Poland), Janusz Wichowski (Poland), Roger Antoine (France), Tani Cohen-Mintz (Israel), Jozef "Jef" Eygel (Belgium). Coaches: Miloslav Kříž (Czechoslovakia) & Robert Busnel (France)
Pietro Riminucci, also known as Serafino of Pietrarubbia, (Pietrarubbia, Pesaro e Urbino, Italy, 25 April 1875 – Macerata, Italy, 17 March 1960) was a lay brother professed in the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin. He was declared Venerable on March 15, 2008 by Pope Benedict XVI.
Simmenthal, coached by Cesare Rubini, had replaced on-off American Jim Tillman with compatriot Arthur Kenney, the retirement of historic player Sandro Riminucci was the only other change. All'Onesta put their trust in the proven quartet of Joe Isaac, Tony Gennari, Enrico Bovone and Marino Zanatta, Forst Cantù had supplemented key players Carlo Recalcati and Alberto De Simone with American newcomer Bob Lienhard whilst an important move saw Dado Lombardi move from Norda Bologna to cross-town rivals Eldorado Bologna for 25 million lira.
The Hall of Fame was established by the Italian Basketball Federation (FIP) on 16 September 2006, with the first class (that of 2006) inducted on 11 February 2007 in Bologna. Sandro Riminucci, who broke a LBA record with 77 points in 1963, Sandro Gamba, who had a hand in defeating the Soviet Union national basketball team at the 1980 Olympics, Dado Lombardi and Paolo Vittori were honoured as well as Cesare Rubini (a Naismith Hall of Fame member like Gamba) and Dino Meneghin (in both the Naismith and FIBA Hall of Fame).
Olimpia was founded in 1936, by Milan businessman Adolfo Bogoncelli. The team regularly won the LEGA Basket Serie A championship of Italian basketball in the 1950s and the 1960s, with players including Nane Vianello, Sandro Riminucci, Gianfranco Pieri, and Bill Bradley. In the 1970s, three teams were fighting across Europe for supremacy: Olimpia Milano, Ignis Varese, and Real Madrid. Pallacanestro Varese and Olimpia Milano were arch-rivals, as the two cities are 25 miles (40 km) apart. While Milano was a frequent Italian League champion, they were unable to win the prestigious European Champions Cup.