Bevo International Coaching
After 22 years as a professional Basketball Coach, I look back at what I have achieved and I am extremely proud to have represented my country at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics, 2003 World Junior Championship, 2004 Athens Olympic Games, 2006 Commonwealth Games and 2006 Senior World Championships.
I have coached both males and females at all levels including: domestic basketball; 14 National Junior Championships; 4 years in the Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL); 6 years in the Men’s National Basketball Leagues (NBL) and the pinnacle of sports, the Olympics and World Championships. In this time, I have been privileged to work with some of the best basketball players in the world.
Along my journey, I have had enormous success winning many championships but also have had many lows as well. However, regardless of the highs or lows, I have had the opportunity to learn so much from many people across different sports and businesses.
I have created my own ideas and philosophy on what being successful is about with much of what I have learnt and how I have developed as a coach and
person attributed to working with some great coaches and mentors over the past 20+ years. I have had some wonderful people in my life that have taught me the idiosyncrasies of coaching and without them I would not have been nearly as successful.
I have been privileged to work in a profession and in an area that I love and am passionate about. I believe that I have an obligation to the coaching fraternity to continue to pass on and share information about different aspects of basketball that may assist others to becoming better coaches.
Rob Beveridge (Founder of Bevo International Coaching)