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Olympic medal record
Men's Basketball
Olympic Games
Competitor for  Soviet Union
Gold 1988 Seoul National team
Competitor for  Lithuania
Bronze 1992 Barcelona National team
World Championship
Competitor for  Soviet Union
Gold Colombia 1982 National team
European Championships
Competitor for  Soviet Union
Gold 1979 Italy National team
Bronze 1983 France National team
Gold 1985 West Germany National team
Silver 1987 Greece National team
Bronze 1989 Yugoslavia National team
Competitor for  Lithuania
Silver 1995 Greece National team

Valdemaras Chomičius (also known as Valdemaras Homicius[1]) (born May 4, 1959 in Kaunas, Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic, USSR) is a retired Lithuanian professional basketball player for the Soviet and Lithuanian national basketball team. Assistant coach on the Lithuanian national team. This year, 2009/2010, head coach for UNICS Kazan in Russia. As a 192 cm (6'3 3/4") tall point guard he is best remembered as the captain from the "golden years" of Žalgiris Kaunas by winning three consecutive USSR championships against the rival CSKA Moscow in 1985-1987. His former teams include Žalgiris Kaunas, Forum Valladolid, CAI Zaragoza. He also has played in Italy for Aprimatic Bologna (Serie A2) in the 1990-1991 season.

He head coached the Lithuania national team to win the Stanković Continental Champions Cup in China in 2005.

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