Edmar Victoriano

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Edmar Victoriano
Personal information
Born (1975-11-10) 10 November 1975 (age 45)
Luanda, Angola
Listed height195 cm (6.40 ft)
Listed weight88 kg (194 lb)
PositionPower forward
Career history
?–2001Petro Atlético
2001–2004Primeiro de Agosto
2004–2006Petro Atlético
Men's Basketball
Representing  Angola
Gold medal – first place Algiers 1995 Angola
Gold medal – first place Luanda 1999 Angola
Gold medal – first place Casablanca 2001 Angola
Gold medal – first place Alexandria 2003 Angola
Bronze medal – third place Dakar 1997 Angola
FIBA Africa Clubs Champions Cup
Gold medal – first place Luanda 2002 1º de Agosto
Gold medal – first place Cairo 2004 1º de Agosto

Edmar Monteiro dos Santos Victoriano a.k.a. "Baduna", (born 10 November 1975 in Luanda) is a former Angolan professional basketball player with Petro Atlético and Primeiro de Agosto. A former player of the Angolan national basketball team, he competed for Angola at the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics as well as the 2002 World Championships.

His career was cut short in 2006 due to injury.


  • Victoriano was born the day before Angola's official independence on 11 November 1975.
  • Edmar's older brother, Ângelo Victoriano and younger brother Puna Victoriano have also been remarkable Angolan basketball players.

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