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Medal record
Men's Basketball
Competitor for the  Soviet Union
Olympic Games
Bronze 1980 Moscow USSR
Gold 1988 Seoul USSR
World Championships
Silver 1978 Philippines USSR
Gold 1982 Colombia USSR
Silver 1986 Spain USSR
Silver 1990 Argentina USSR
European Championships
Silver 1977 Belgium USSR
Gold 1979 Italy USSR
Gold 1981 Czechoslovakia USSR
Bronze 1983 France USSR
Gold 1985 West Germany USSR
Bronze 1989 Yugoslavia USSR

Alexander Belostenny (born February 24, 1959 in Odessa, Ukrainian SSR, USSR) is a Ukrainian retired basketball player. He was a member of the Soviet national team from 1977 to 1992, except only one competition, EuroBasket 1987. As a player of the Soviet national team, Belostenny won 3 gold medals at Eurobasket 1979, Eurobasket 1981, Eurobasket 1985, 1 gold medal at 1988 Olympics and 1 bronze at 1980 Olympics. In addition, he is one of the top medalists in FIBA World Championship having 4 medals, 1 gold (1982) and 3 silver (1978, 1986, 1990). Belostenny spent most of his career in Budivelnyk Kiev and was a leader payer in only Budivelnyk Soviet League title in 1989. In his last years of his career he played for German club HERZOGtel Trier, where he compete also in Korac Cup.

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