Anna Petrakova – Russian basketball player
Anna Petrakova is a Russian professional basketball player, Master of Sports of Russia. She has competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics. You know, she is a four-time champion of Russia, winner of three Russian Cups, two-time European champion.
Pretty girl was born on December 4, 1984 in Budapest, Hungary. Her father is a tenfold champion of the USSR.
Her first coach was A. K. Orekhov, and the first professional team was Gloria.
In summer 2001, Anna went to the USA. There she studied at the University of Louisiana and played in the University basketball team. In 2006 Anna returned to Russia and became a player of Kazan NUR.
From the 2007/08 to the 2008/09 season she was a Spartak player from the Moscow region, but Anna twice went to Vologda-Chevakat and CSKA. After the disbanding of the women’s CSKA Moscow in 2009, she played for Spartak from St. Petersburg and again in Vologda-Chevakat. In the summer of 2011, she signed a contract with Dynamo Kursk. On May 31, 2012 the girl joined the UMMC (Yekaterinburg). During the 2014-2015 season she played for Dynamo Moscow, and then returned to UMMC.
Player of the Year. Sun Belt Conference (USA) 2004
The winner of the Euroleague Basketball: 2013.
Bronze medalist of Russia: 2009.
Silver medalist at the Universiade: 2007
Bronze medalist of the Euroleague: 2014
The winner of the European Super Cup: 2013