COACH


SPORT CAREER in FINSWIMMING
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LEVADA RUBES, born 3rd October 1978, Bologna (Italy)
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a) COACH: 2001-Sept. 2006 finswimming coach for under-13 team for Record Team Bologna, Italy – Sept. 2007-2009 finswimming coach for Diving Club Geronimo, Zagreb – 2009-now professional finswimming coach for Zagreb Diving Federation

Milestones and most notable results:

2019: Seniors Dora Bassi, Anita Čavužić, Filip Strikinac, Luka Đurđ (Geronimo) took part at European Senior Championship held in Ioannina (Greece). Dora Bassi 2nd place in European Senior Championship in 50 surface. Filip Strikinac arrived 7th in 50 surface, while Croatian relay (fully composed by Geronimo finswimmers) 4*50 mixed surface arrived 5th.
Seniors Dora Bassi and Filip Strikinac also took part in 2nd Mediterranean Beach Games (Patras, Greece), scoring 3 silver medals (Dora in 50 apnea, 100 surface, 200 surface) and 1 bronze medal (Filip in 50 apnea)

2018: Seniors Marko Sremec, Luka Đurđ, Valentina Cafolla, Petra Šoštarić Vulić, Dora Bassi (Geronimo), Adrijan Omićević, Filip Strikinac (Komet). Dora Bassi reached 9th place in 200 surface.

2017: Seniors Kristijan Tomić, Adrijan Omićević, Filip Strikinac (Komet), Bassi Dora, Luka Đurđ, Dominik Đurđ and Junior Petra Šoštarić Vulić (Geronimo) took part in European Senior Championship held in Wroclaw (Poland). Filip Strikinac arrived at 6th place in 50bf male, while Dora Bassi arrived 8th in 800 surface.Team leader of Croatian team.

2016: Seniors Igor Žagar, Dora Bassi (Geronimo), Marko Đurić, Kristijan Tomić, Filip Strikinac, Adrijan Omićević (Komet) entered Senior Croatian national team which took part in World Championship 2016 (Volos, Greece). Dominik Đurđ, Luka Đurđ and Marko Sremec who are coached by Rubes but are members of another club, Šoderica Koprivnica, qualified as well. Petra Šoštarić Vulić (DPS) qualified for Junior European championship 2016 (Annemasse, France). Team leader of Croatian team at World Championship.
In Gebze, Turkey, Kristijan Tomić won a Senior gold medal in 6th round of CMAS World Cup. 18 finswimmers of our team won at least one gold Senior medal at Croatian finswimming championship 2016 (pool). Kristijan Tomić 2nd place in World Senior Championship and Adrijan Omićević 6th and 7th place in the same competition, while Dora Bassi arrived 12th (50bf, Volos - Greece).

2015: Juniors Igor Žagar, Roman Laljek and Andrea Omićević (Geronimo) and Petra Šoštarić-Vulić (DPS) entered Junior Croatian team. Dora Bassi (Geronimo) entered Senior Croatian team. Dora Bassi and Igor Žagar (Geronimo) entered Croatian team for Beach Mediterranean Games. 19 Geronimo finswimmers won at least one gold Senior medal at Croatian finswimming championship 2015 (pool and LD).
Team leader of Croatian team at Mediterranean Beach Games 2015 (Pescara, Italy).

2014: Juniors Igor Zagar (Geronimo) and Lovro Strmo (DPS), entered Junior Croatian team - Vedrana Deren (DPS) entered Senior Croatian team and took part at European championship (Italy), arriving 5th in 50bf.

2013: Juniors Igor Zagar (Geronimo) and Lovro Strmo (DPS), entered Junior Croatian team (Poland) – Geronimo wins Croatian championship for clubs

2012: 3rd degree of finswimming coach from Italian Federation (can hold schools for coaches); Vedrana Deren arrived 4th in 50bf, 5th in 50ap and 7th in 100bf at European Senior Champs (Italy) – Junior swimmer of Geronimo, Igor Zagar, entered Junior Croatian team (Austria)

2011: Vedrana Deren arrived 5th in 50bf and 100bf at World Senior Championship (Hungary) - Geronimo wins Croatian championship for clubs

2009: Junior Croatian national team coach, leading team at Junior European Champs (Serbia), 1 Junior swimmer from Geronimo Zagreb, Sarah Saraga, entered Junior Croatian team

2008: Senior Croatian national team coach, leading team at European Champs (Hungary) – swimmer Vedrana Deren (DPS Zagreb) entered two finals, best result ever for Croatia

2006: 2nd degree of finswimming coach from Italian Federation (can coach Senior teams), Davide De Ceglie and Noemi Melotti came out of Record Team finswimming school: later Davide became Junior European Champion in 6km (2007) and World Senior Champion in 20km (2013); Noemi later became World Senior Champion in 20km (2013) – refusing offer to lead A-team because moving to Croatia

2001: 1st degree of finswimming coach from Italian Federation (can teach under-13’s)

b) ATHLETE:1992-2001 active finswimmer for CN Universo Bologna, Italy (now Record Team Bologna); 2007-now active finswimmer for RK Geronimo Zagreb, Croatia

Milestones:

1992 – finswimming school

1994 – finswimming A-team of CN Universo, enters Italian Junior National team (European J. Championship in Hungary)

1995 – Enters Italian Junior National team (World J. Championship in Slovakia)

1997 – Enters Senior National team (European Championship in France and World Games in Finland)

1998 – Enters Senior National team (World Championship in Colombia)

1999 – Enters Senior National team (European Championship in Greece)

2001 – Stops finswimming career, starts coach career

2007 – Re-starts finswimming career in Croatia

2009 – Re-stops finswimming career, due to professional coach status

2015 - Takes part in Masters World Cup, scoring 1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze medals

Most notable results:

2nd place at World championship 1998 in Cali (Colombia) in 4x200m

2nd place at European championship 1999 in Athens (Greece) in 4x200m

2nd place at European championship 1997 in Montpellier (France) in 4x200m

2nd place at Junior European championship 1994 in Balatonfuzfo (Hungary) in 4x100m

3rd place at World Games 1997 in Lahti (Finland) in 4x100m

3rd place at World Games 1997 in Lahti (Finland) in 4x200m

6th place at European championship 1999 in Athens (Greece) in 400fs

7th place at Svjetskom prvenstvu 1998 in Cali (Colombia) in 400fs

7th place at European championship 1999 in Athens (Greece) in 200fs