Luis Scola’s achievements in his spectacular career with the Argentina team

Australia’s 97-59 victory over Argentina in the quarterfinals of the Olympic Games marks the end of Scola’s glorious career with his team.

Luis Scola He became the first player in history to compete at the age of 41 in the Olympic Games with his participation with the Argentine basketball team, a brand he shared with the former NBA Paul Gasol with Spain in the Tokyo edition.

What’s more, Scola He is the only basketball player at present to compete in five World Cups of the discipline and the same number of attendance at Olympic events, so his history in the sport will be marked as one of the greatest feats in the world.

Throughout his time in Athens 2004, Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio de Janeiro 2016, Scola was writing a unique story in statistics and in both collective and individual achievements with his team, with the gold medal in Greece being the peak moment for him and his family.