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Uolevi Manninen

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Uolevi Manninen 7 April 1937 – 10 November 2009 was a Finnish Olympic basketball player and businessman

Born in Äänekoski , Uolevi Manninen was involved in Finland's most successful basketball team, which participated in the Tokyo Olympics in 1964 and finished in 11th place, and Finland finished sixth place in the European Championships held in 1967

The 202 cm 6 ft 75 inch Manninen also competed in the EM-Cup a total of four times and won the gold medal three times Internationally, he played 106 times for the Finnish national basketball team

He later became a businessman, working as Kalle Anttila's Managing Director for Anttila from 1976 to 1993 and in wholesale from 1993-1996

References

  1. ^ Painilainen, Jukka June 4, 2004 "Hyväkuntoiset herrasmiehet koolla Rymättylässä" Turun Sanomat Archived from the original on November 2, 2015 Retrieved November 21, 2009 
  2. ^ "Olympiaedustaja Uolevi Manninen on poissa" Suomen Koripalloliitto November 12, 2009 Retrieved November 21, 2009 

External links

  • wwwbasketfi


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