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FIVB World Grand Prix 2007

Coaches

 

 
Marco Bonitta
 

Born on 5 September 1963 in Ravenna, Italy, Marco Bonitta is a graduate in motorial sciences at the University of Bologna where he still teaches today. He began his career as a C league Volleyball player before becoming a member of the coaching team. In the 1996/97 season, he led the Big Power Ravenna to promotion into the A1 division; in 1997/98 with Foppapedretti Bergamo he won the Italian National Championship, the Italian Super Cup and the Italian National Cup. In 1998/99 still with the club of Bergamo, he re-signed as Italian Champion, won the Champions Cup and the Italian Super Cup; in the following year, still as head coach of Foppapedretti Bergamo, he again won the Champions Cup and the Italian Super Cup. Finally, in the last Championship he came back to Ravenna and led the club Mirabilandia through an amazing qualification in the Italian play-off.

Major achievements:

1997/2000: 1st trainer Foppapedretti BG A1 women's 2nd qualifications Italian Champion ( '98 and '99) 2nd Champion Cups ('99 and '00) 1st Italian Cup ('98) 3rd Italian Supercups ('98, '99 and '00)

2000/2001: Head Coach of Mirabilandia Ra A1 women's Semi-final playoff Qualification to the CEV Cup

2001: Head Coach of Senior Womenís National Team 2nd place Senior Womenís European Championships in Bulgaria

2002: Head Coach of Senior Womenís National Team 1st place World Championships in Germany

2003: Head Coach of Senior Womenís National Team 6th Place Senior Womenís European Championships in Turkey 5th Place World Grand Prix 2nd Place Montreaux Volley Masters Tournament

2004: Head Coach of Senior Womenís National Team 5th Place Olympic Games in Athens/Greece 2nd Place World Grand Prix 1st Place Montreaux Volley Masters Tournament

2005: 3rd Place Montreaux Volley Masters Tournament 2nd Place World Grand Prix 2nd Place European Games 2006: 5th Place Montreaux Volley Masters Tournament 3rd Place World Grand Prix He moved to Menís league Edilesse Cavriago coach A2 league