Gold Medal is a lot of fun and a lot of hard work, but it's really worth it.
- Quincy, age 11
Our Club

Gold Medal Basketball Club (GMBC) was founded in 1993 by Angelo Provenzano and Tony Marcotulio. The club has grown over the years into a well respected basketball organization offering summer camps, house leagues and competitive programs for kids from 5 to 19 years old. GMBC's philosophy is based on a firm belief in focussing on player development and that basketball should be, first and foremost, fun. The club has a strong commitment to developing athletes through a focus on skills development, work ethic and building team fundamentals.


Gold Medal Basketball Directors

Angelo Provenzano
Angelo Provenzano

  • 2007-2008 Oakridge Secondary School, Sr. Boys Basketball Assistant Coach
  • 2007 Ontario Selects, 10U AAU, Head Coach
  • University of Waterloo, Assistant Coach, 1998 OUA West Division Champions
  • Michigan State University, 1988 Master of Arts, Coaching
  • Nicholls State University, Louisiana, 1989 Men=s Basketball Graduate Assistant
  • National Coaching Certification Program, Level III Certified
  • MDP Central Region, Head Coach, 1989 Provincial Champions
  • Azzurri Club (Toronto), Head Coach, 1988-1990
  • Atri International Tournament Champions (Italy, 1990)
  • Four London Conference Championships


Tony Marcotullio
Tony Marcotullio

  • Head Coach – H.B. Beal S.S. (1992 – Present)
  • Coached 15 NCAA Division I Players – Carl English (Professional player in Europe), Phil Martin (Professional player in Europe), Ivan Chirnov (Professional player in Europe), Nenad Krstic (New Jersey Nets), Arnold Mayorga (Long Island University), Adam Jesperson (University of Hawaii)
  • OFSSA 1/4 Finalist, 2002-2003
  • TVDSB Champions, 2001, 2002, 2003
  • OFSSA Quarter Finalists, 2003
  • Mission World All-Stars, Head Coach, 2001 Adidas Shootout in Las Vegas
  • OUAA All Star, 1987-1988
  • OUAA Leading Scorer, 1987-1988 (20 Points Per Game)
  • Under 21 Ontario Team, Player, 1986-1987 Team Captain (Semi-Finalist)
  • Received a Scholarship to Simon Fraser University
  • Represented SFU in Australia and New Zealand
  • OFSSA Semi-Finalist, Beal Raiders, 1985-1986
  • Mr. Basketball and Ted Early Award Winner