Giorgi Sharabidze is a young georgian center formed in the quarry's Basket Arona, who disputed his two seasons as a junior, qualified for the finals of the Spanish Junior Championship and being one of the most prominent players of the team. Regeneracom Sports has built among their players to three projects of the georgian basketball, two of whom are already following their development in Spain. Giorgi Sharabidze (2'08 center born in 1990 and currently in Pamesa Valencia), Grigol Shvangiradze (1'96 small forward of 1991 and now in CB Santa Cruz de Tenerife) and Nodar Sharabidze (2'02 center of 1992, Giorgi's brother and even in Georgia) are already new promises of our agency.
This helped him to join the Pamesa Valencia, with whom in the 2008-2009 season playing in EBA League, but has made the preseason with the ACB League team.
Giorgi Sharabidze also played this summer of 2008 the European Junior "B" with Georgia, which ended with an average of 9.4 points and 4.8 rebounds per game.
Grigol Shvangiradze is 1'96 shooting guard born in 1991 in Georgia, who has continued his development in Spain since the age of 15.
Shvangiradze started playing in Georgia but in 2006 he moved to Arona (Spain), where he played his final year U16 and his first year junior, playing since the first year with the junior team, despite being a cadet, and winning the competition for slam dunk at the prestigious Junior tournament in Tenerife in 2006, being two years younger than most of the rest of participants.
Shvangiradze noted for his athletic ability, both in jumping and in defense, but also has a more accurate technique for shot.
Nodar Sharabidze, Giorgi Sharabidze's brother (player Pamesa Valencia), is a 2'02 georgian center born in 1992.
In the same way as did his brother, Nodar wants to continue his development in Spain and become a very interesting project for the future.
Though he lacks physical make a leap, typical of the age, Nodar is gaining little by little technical concepts, which will be made internationally with Georgia in the European U16 Division "A" 2008, in which he had little involvement, but eventually with 2.2 points and 3.3 rebounds on average in just over 10 minutes of play.
See Giorgi Sharabidze profileSee Grigol Shvangiradze profileSee Nodar Sharabidze profile