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Sadržaj

PRIJEVOD ~ TRANSLATION

IZDAVAČ ~ PUBLISHER

Carpe Diem - N. T. Dalma d.o.o., Zagreb

Hrvatski olimpijski odbor / Croatian Olympic Committee Zagreb, Trg Krešimira Ćosića 11, Croatia, www.hoo.hr

GRAFIČKO OBLIKOVANJE ~ LAYOUT

Marin Stojić (JET SET MAGAZIN)

ZA IZDAVAČA ~ FOR THE PUBLISHER

PRODUKCIJA ~ PRODUCTION

Josip Čop

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UREDNICA ~ EDITOR Radica Jurkin

FOTOGRAFIJE ~ PHOTOS

UREDNIŠTVO ~ EDITORIAL BOARD

Arhiva HOO, Hina, Romeo Ibrišević, Ivo Pervan

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NAKLADA ~ PRINTING RUN

TEKSTOVI ~ TEXT BY

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Radica Jurkin, Velimir Cindrić [4]

Ovo izdanje pripremljeno je za tisak 12. lipnja 2013 godine / This edition was prepared for printing on June 12th l2013.


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/ Contents 6 ~ Zlatko Mateša, Predsjednik Hrvatskog olimpijskog odbora / Croatian Olympic Committee President 7 ~ Josip Čop, glavni tajnik Hrvatskog olimpijskog odbora / Secretary General of the Croatian Olympic Committee 10 ~ Hrvatska mediteranska delegacija / Croatian Mediterranean Delegation 54 ~ Suci na Mediteranskim igrama / Referees on the Mediterranean Games 56 ~ Hrvatska na Mediteranskim igrama / Croatia on the Mediterranean Games 66 ~ Hrvatski olimpijski odličnici od 1992. / Croatian Olympians since 1992 72 ~ Hrvatski olimpijski odbor danas / Croatian Olympic Committee today 78 ~ Hrvatska - dio Europske unije / Croatia - a part of the European Union 82 ~ Sponzori i partneri Hrvatskog olimpijskog odbora / Sponsors and partners of the Croatian Olympic Committee

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Drage športašice i športaši, članovi mediteranske delegacije, Čast mi je i zadovoljstvo što vas u ime Hrvatskog olimpijskog odbora mogu pozdraviti i zaželjeti vam ugodan boravak i uspješno natjecanje na XVII. Mediteranskim igrama Mersin 2013.

Uvodna riječ Foreword

Najbolji športaši mediteranskih zemalja od 1951. uspoređuju svoje vještine na ovoj međunarodnoj višesportskoj priredbi. Svojim dosadašnjim nastupima na Mediteranskim igrama hrvatski su športaši osvojivši pregršt medalja razveselili hrvatsku športsku javnost. Siguran sam da će i ovaj šesti nastup od uspostave samostalne i neovisne Republike Hrvatske ostati zapamćen kao izuzetno uspješan te istodobno biti pokazatelj kvalitete i razvoja cjelokupnog hrvatskog športa. Svim hrvatskim športašima u Mersinu želim najbolje osobne rezultate i puno zadovoljstva. Vjerujem kako će svojim nastupima, ali i ponašanjem na športskim borilištima te izvan njih u svakom trenutku promicati športsku etiku, toleranciju i fair-play.

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Dear athletes and members of the Mediterranean delegation, It is my honor and pleasure to greet you on behalf of the Croatian Olympic Committee and wish you a pleasant stay and successful competition at the 17th Mediterranean Games Mersin 2013. Since 1951, the best athletes from Mediterranean countries have compared their skills at this international multi-sports event. With their previous performances at the Mediterranean Games, the Croatian athletes have won a handful of medals and thus overjoyed the Croatian sports public. I am sure that this one, the sixth performance since the establishment of the independent and autonomous Republic of Croatia will be remembered as a very successful one and that it will, at the same time, be an indicator of the quality and development of all Croatian sports. To all the Croatian athletes in Mersin I wish the best personal results and much satisfaction. I believe that with their performances, but also with the behavior at sports arenas and outside of them, they will at all times promote sports ethics, tolerance and fair play.

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Zlatko Mateša Predsjednik Hrvatskog olimpijskog odbora

Croatian Olympic Committee President


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Drage športašice i športaši, dragi športski prijatelji, S velikim veseljem očekujem šesti nastup hrvatskih sportaša na Mediteranskim igrama od kada je Republika Hrvatska stekla svoju samostalnost i neovisnost. Od onog prvog u francuskoj regiji Languedoc-Roussillon prošlo je dvadeset godina.

Uvodna riječ Foreword

U tom razdoblju hrvatski su sportaši osvojili ukupno 141 medalju, od kojih 32 zlatne, 50 srebrnih i 59 brončanih. Stoga su i kriteriji za odabir športaša za MI Mersin 2013. bili visoki, kao što su visoka i naša očekivanja. Uvjeren sam kako ćemo i na ovim Mediteranskim igrama imati puno razloga za slavlje. Ali pored športskih nadmetanja, dragi športaši, nemojte zaboraviti na pozitivne vrijednosti športa. Budite u svakom trenutku promicatelji kulture nenasilja, prijateljstva i mira te dostojno predstavljajte sebe i hrvatski šport. Želim svima ugodan boravak u Mersinu i dobre osobne rezultate.

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Dear athletes, dear sports friends, With great joy I am expecting the performance of Croatian athletes at the Mediterranean Games, the sixth since the Republic of Croatia gained its independence and autonomy. Twenty years have passed since the first one in the French region of Languedoc-Roussillon. During this period, Croatian athletes have won a total of 141 medals, of which 32 gold, 50 silver and 59 bronze. Therefore, the criteria for the selection of athletes for the MG Mersin 2013 were high, just like our expectations. I am convinced both at this Mediterranean Games we will have a lot of reasons to celebrate. But besides the sports events, dear athletes, do not forget the positive values of sports. Be, at all times, the promoters of culture of non-violence, friendship and peace, and represent yourselves and Croatian sports with dignity. I wish you all a pleasant stay in Mersin and good personal results.

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Josip ト経p, dipl.oec. Glavni tajnik Hrvatskog olimpijskog odbora

Secretary General of the Croatian Olympic Committee


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Misija / Mission DAMIR ŠEGOTA

PETRA NOSSO

Šef misije / Chef de Mission

Zamjenik šefa misije / Deputy Chef de Mission

22.5.1966. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

29.8.1975. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

ZORAN ŠTEFEC

MANUELA SENTĐERĐI ČORKOVIĆ

Zamjenik šefa misije / Deputy Chef de Mission

Press attaché 15.10.1979. Ludwigsburg, Njemačka / Germany

30.7.1971. Koprivnica, Hrvatska / Croatia

MAJA GENCEL FALKONI

DARKO MESAREK Član misije / Mission member

Član misije / Mission member

30.7.1976. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

24.9.1976. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

VIŠNJA PERAN Član misije / Mission member 11.11.1967. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

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ŠPORT SPORTS

ŠPORTAŠI / ATHLETES M/M Ž/W

ATLETIKA /ATHLETICS

2

BADMINTON

2

BICIKLIZAM / CYCLING

1

BOĆANJE / BOCCE

1

BOKS / BOXING

UKUPNO ŠPORTAŠI / ATHLETES TOTAL

3

SLUŽBENE OSOBE SVEUKUPNO / DELEGATION /TOTAL MEMBERS

5

2

7

2

1

3

1

1

2

2

1

3

1

1

1

2

GIMNASTIKA / GYMNASTICS

2

2

1

3

HRVANJE/ WRESTLING

3

3

1

4

JEDRENJE /SAILING

3

3

6

2

8

JUDO

1

1

2

1

3

KARATE

1

4

5

1

6

MAČEVANJE /FENCING

1

1

1

2

12

4

16

2

1

3

1

1

1

2

16

32

10

42

ODBOJKA / VOLLEYBALL ODBOJKA NA PIJESKU / BEACH VOLLEYBALL

1

12 2

PLIVANJE / SWIMMING RUKOMET / HANDBALL

16

SKIJANJE NA VODI / WATER SKIING

2

ŠPORT OSOBA S INVALIDITETOM (PLIVANJE) / HANDISPORTS (SWIMMING)

2

2

4

2

6

STRELJAŠTVO / SHOOTING

3

2

5

3

8

VATERPOLO / WATERPOLO

13

13

6

19

1

1

2

MISIJA / MISSION

7

7

LIJEČNICI / DOCTORS

5

5

FIZIOTERAPEUTI / PHSYIOTHERAPISTS

6

6

59

161

VESLANJE / ROWING

TOTAL

2

1

56

46

102

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Atletika / Athletics IVANA LONČAREK

MARTIN MARIĆ

100m prepone / 100m Hurdles

Disk / Discus Throw

8.4.1991. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

19.4.1984. Beograd, Srbija / Serbia

SANDRA PERKOVIĆ

MARIN PREMERU

Disk / Discus Throw

Bacanje kugle / Shot Put

21.6.1990 Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

29.8.1990. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

ANA ŠIMIĆ

EDVARD JOSIPOVIĆ

Skok u vis / High Jump

Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach

5.5.1990. Gradačac, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

9.4.1961. Banja Luka, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

EDIS ELKASEVIĆ Trener / Coach 18.2.1983. Prijedor, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

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Badminton ZVONIMIR ĐURKINJAK

ZVONIMIR HÖLBLING

2.6.1988. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

3.8.1989. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

SILVIO JURČIĆ Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach 23.1.1971. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Biciklizam / Cycling JOSIP RUMAC

ROBERT PEČNJAK

Cestovna utrka / Road Race

Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach

26.1.1994. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

8.5.1967. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Boćanje / Bocce LEO BRNIĆ

IVA VLAHEK

Brzinsko i precizno izbijanje / Progressive & Precision Throw (Lyonnaise)

Precizno izbijanje / Progressive Throw (Lyonnaise)

2.2.1992. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

18.7.1988. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

MARIO MILANOVIĆ - LITRE Vođa ekipe / Team Leader 23.5.1949. Otok, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Boks / Boxing JOSIP BEPO FILIPI

MARIJO ŠIVOLIJA JELICA

-91 kg

Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach

14.2.1992. Beč, Austrija / Austria

29.6.1981. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Gimnastika / Gymnastics MARIJO MOŽNIK

ROBERT SELIGMAN

Preča / Horizontal Bar

Konj s hvataljkama / Pommel Horse

18.1.1987. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

1.5.1986. Osijek, Hrvatska / Croatia

TIGRAN GORIČKI Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach 8.5.1974. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Hrvanje / Wrestling NEVEN ŽUGAJ

NENAD ŽUGAJ

Grčko-rimsko (do 74 kg) Greco-roman (- 74 kg)

Grčko-rimsko (do 84 kg) Greco-roman (- 84 kg)

19.4.1983. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

19.4.1983. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

DOMINIK ETLINGER

DAVOR JAKUBEK

Grčko-rimsko (do 66 kg) Greco-roman (- 66 kg)

Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach

19.2.1992. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

17.12.1969. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Jedrenje / Sailing ENIA NINČEVIĆ

ROMANA ŽUPAN

Klasa 470 / 470

Klasa 470 / 470

9.7.1990. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

22.5.1987. Zadar, Hrvatska / Croatia

TINA MIHELIĆ

TONČI STIPANOVIĆ

Klasa Laser Radial / Laser Radial

Klasa Laser / Laser

30.12.1988. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

13.6.1986. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

ŠIME FANTELA

IGOR MARENIĆ

Klasa 470 / 470

Klasa 470 / 470

19.1.1986 Zadar, Hrvatska / Croatia

2.1.1986. Mali Lošinj, Hrvatska / Croatia

EDO FANTELA

JOZO JAKELIĆ

Klasa 470 - Vođa ekipe & trener / 470 - Team Leader & Coach

Klasa Laser - Trener / Laser - Coach 4.4.1975. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

23.1.1958. Lastovo, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Judo MARIJANA MIŠKOVIĆ

TOMISLAV MARIJANOVIĆ

-63 kg

-81 kg

8.7.1982. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

30.8.1981. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

DRAGOMIR TAVRA Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach 3.1.1961. Podbila, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

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Karate IVANA BEBEK

ANA-MARIJA ČELAN

-61 kg

+68 kg

17.6.1986. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

2.12.1987. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

DANIL DOMJONI

JELENA KOVAČEVIĆ

-60 kg

-55 kg

8.9.1985. Prizren, Kosovo

16.11.1984. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

AZRA SALEŠ

DRAGUTIN GALINA

- 68 kg

Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach

2.3.1988. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

1.1.1957. Račja Vas, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Mačevanje / Fencing BOJAN JOVANOVIĆ

SANJIN KOVAČIĆ Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach

Floret / Foil individual

18.5.1954. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

31.1.1980. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Odbojka / Volleyball SAMANTA FABRIS

KARLA KLARIĆ

8.2.1992. Pula, Hrvatska / Croatia

5.9.1994. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

LAURA MILOŠ

BERNARDA ĆUTUK

20.10.1994. Pula, Hrvatska / Croatia

22.12.1990. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

IVONA ĆAĆIĆ

BERNARDA BRČIĆ

11.3.1994. Pula, Hrvatska / Croatia

12.5.1991. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

MIRTA BAŠELOVIĆ

IVA JURIŠIĆ

19.3.1995. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

24.3.1994. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia


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Odbojka / Volleyball LUCIJA MLINAR

ANAMARIJA MILJAK

6.5.1995. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

19.4.1993. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

MARTINA MALEVIĆ

KATARINA PILEPIĆ

7.12.1990. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

14.7.1994. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

MARIO BAŠELOVIĆ

IGOR LOVRINOV

Vođa ekipe / Team Leader

Izbornik / Head Coach

Šibenik, Hrvatska / Croatia

21.7.1963. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

ALEN PAVAČIĆ

DAMIR JEMENDŽIĆ

Trener / Coach

Doktor/ Doctor

11.9.1971. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

11.9.1971. Žepče, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

18.4.1967.

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Odbojka na pijesku / Beach Volleyball PERO KRIŽANOVIĆ

NIKŠA DELL’ORCO

11.6.1976. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

5.3.1992. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

TOMISLAV KARAULA Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach 21.4.1970. Vukovar, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Plivanje / Swimming SANJA JOVANOVIĆ

DIMITRE BOBEV

50m leđno / 50m backstroke

Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach

15.9.1986. Dubrovnik, Hrvatska / Croatia

6.1.1958. Samokov, Bugarska / Bulgaria

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Rukomet / Handball (M) IVAN PEŠIĆ

HRVOJE BATINOVIĆ

17. 3. 1989. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

17. 2. 1988. Metković, Hrvatska / Croatia

LOVRO ŠPREM

JERKO MATULIĆ

26. 1. 1990. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

20. 4. 1990. Supetar, Hrvatska / Croatia

MARINO MARIĆ

IVAN SLIŠKOVIĆ

1. 6. 1990. Mostar, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

23. 10. 1991. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

MARKO MATIĆ

JOSIP VIDOVIĆ

25. 1. 1988. Ljubuški, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

21. 5. 1990. Metković, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Rukomet / Handball (M) LUKA STEPANČIĆ

MARKO MRĐENOVIĆ

20. 11. 1990. Pula, Hrvatska / Croatia

19.8.1984. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

IGOR KARAČIĆ

IVAN STEVANOVIĆ

2.11.1988. Mostar, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

18. .1982. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

STEFAN VUJIĆ

DAMIR BATINOVIĆ

6. 7. 1991. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

18. 8. 1987. Metković. Hrvatska / Croatia

NIK DOMINIK TOMINEC

FILIP GAVRANOVIĆ 2.10.1991. Bjelovar, Hrvatska / Croatia

26.3.1991. Luzern, Švicarska / Switzerland

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Rukomet / Handball (M) IVICA UDOVIČIĆ

SLAVKO GOLUŽA

Vođa ekipe / Team Leader

Trener / Coach

22.1.1964. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

17.9.1971. Pješivac, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

ZDENKO ZORKO

DAMIR KAJBA

Trener / Coach

Fizioterapeut / Physiotherapist

18.8.1950. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

9.11.1969. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

GORAN KRUŠELJ

DAVOR UREK

Fizioterapeut / Physiotherapist

Tehničko osoblje / Technical Personnel

5.10.1981. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

21.10.1954. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Rukomet / Handball (W) MARINA RAZUM

IVANA KAPITANOVIĆ

25.2.1992. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

17.9.1994. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

DRAGICA DŽONO

KATARINA JEŽIĆ

24.5.1987. Mostar, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

19.12.1992. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

NATAŠA JANKOVIĆ

ANDREA ČOVIĆ

27.8.1991. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

9.10.1993. Sinj, Hrvatska / Croatia

IVA MILANOVIĆ LITRE

IVANA MILIĆ 8.11.1988. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

6.8.1988. Sinj, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Rukomet / Handball (W) IVA PONGRAC

EKATARINA NEMAŠKALO

19.6.1991. Čakovec, Hrvatska / Croatia

31.7.1989. Brovari, Ukrajina / Ukraine

LANA FRANKOVIĆ

JELENA VIDOVIĆ

27.9.1991. Koprivnica, Hrvatska / Croatia

21.3.1990. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

PETRA OŠTARIJAŠ

SONJA BAŠIĆ

25.2.1991. Varaždin, Hrvatska / Croatia

26.11.1987. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

ŽANA ČOVIĆ

MARTA ŽDERIĆ

20.8.1989. Trogir, Hrvatska / Croatia

20.4.1990. Metković, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Rukomet / Handball (W) RATKO BALENOVIĆ

VLADIMIR CANJUGA

Vođa ekipe / Team Leader

Trener / Coach

18.8.1953. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

3. 4.1960. Jerovec, Hrvatska / Croatia

IVAN JERKOVIĆ

VESNA HODIĆ

Trener / Coach

Fizioterapeut / Physiotherapist

20.10.1976. Sombor, Hrvatska / Croatia

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8.2.1973. Koprivnica, Hrvatska / Croatia


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Skijanje na vodi / Water Skiing PAVLE ZOBUNDŽIJA

FERUCCIO MUŽIĆ

Slalom

Slalom

Vođa ekipe / Team Leader

27.10.1992. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

26.10.1977. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Šport osoba s invaliditetom (plivanje) / Handisports (Swimming) MARCELA MIKULČIĆ

KRISTIJAN MAMIĆ

100m slobodno / 100m freestyle

100m slobodno / 100m freestyle

4.4.1994. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

2.8.1993. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

NATAŠA SOBOČAN

KRISTIJAN VINCETIĆ

100m slobodno / 100m freestyle

100m slobodno / 100m freestyle

30.11.1976. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

12.5.1991. Osijek, Hrvatska / Croatia

FERDINAND MAJOR

SLOBODAN GLAVČIĆ

Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach

Trener / Coach

29. 4.1976. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

5.11.1960. Baljevac, Srbija / Serbia

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Streljaštvo / Shooting SNJEŽANA PEJČIĆ,

GIOVANNI CERNOGORAZ

10m zračna puška, 50m puška trostav / 10m Air Rifle, 50m Rifle 3 positions

Leteće mete / Trap 27.12.1982. Koper, Slovenija / Slovenia

13.7.1982. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

MARIJA MAROVIĆ

BOJAN ĐURKOVIĆ

50m puška trostav, 50m puška ležeći, 10m zračna puška / 50m Rifle 3 positions, 50m Rifle Prone, 10m Air Rifle

10m zračni pištolj, 25m pištolj / 10m Air Rifle, 25m Pistol 16.9.1983. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

17.10.1989. Bjelovar, Hrvatska / Croatia

SAŠA ŠPIRELJA

SENO ČUSTO

10m zračni pištolj / 10m Air Pistol

Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader Coach

3.5.1974. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

22.1.1955. Bugojno, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

STJEPAN VUČKOVIĆ

SINIŠA VITEZ

Trener / Coach

Trener / Coach

10.12.1957 Varaždin, Hrvatska / Croatia

19.4.1953 Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Vaterpolo / Water Polo JOSIP PAVIĆ

MARKO BIJAČ

15.1.1982. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

12.1.1991. Dubrovnik, Hrvatska / Croatia

NIKŠA DOBUD

IVAN KRAPIĆ

5.8.1985. Dubrovnik, Hrvatska / Croatia

14.2.1989. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

ANDRO BUŠLJE

IVAN MILAKOVIĆ

4.1.1986. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

13.8.1980. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

LUKA LONČAR

SANDRO SUKNO

26.6.1987. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

30.6.1990. Dubrovnik, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Vaterpolo / Water Polo PETAR MUSLIM

LUKA BUKIĆ

26.3.1988. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

30.4.1994. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

MARO JOKOVIĆ

PAULO OBRADOVIĆ

1.10.1987. Dubrovnik, Hrvatska / Croatia

9.3.1986. Dubrovnik, Hrvatska / Croatia

ANĐELO ŠETKA

RENATO ŽIVKOVIĆ

14.9.1985. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

Vođa ekipe / Team Leader 8.7.1966. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

IVICA TUCAK

IVAN ASIĆ

Izbornik / Head Coach

Trener / Coach

8.2.1970. Šibenik, Hrvatska / Croatia

19.10.1970. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Vaterpolo / Water Polo PERO KUTEROVAC

DAMIR LUKETIĆ

Trener / Coach

Fizioterapeut / Physiotherapist

4.5.1973. Slavonski Brod, Hrvatska / Croatia

5.5.1972. Tuzla, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

IGOR PEZELJ Trener / Coach 13.6.1976. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Veslanje / Rowing MARCELA MILOŠEVIĆ

SREĆKO ŠUK

Samac / Single scull

Vođa ekipe & trener / Team Leader & Coach

13.11.1990. Karlovac, Hrvatska / Croatia

12.9.1958. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Medicinsko osoblje / Medical Team DINKO PIVALICA

IGOR BORIĆ

Doctor

Doctor

11.3 1963. Split, Hrvatska / Croatia

22.5.1966. Makarska, Hrvatska / Croatia

MARKO JAKOPOVIĆ

LUCIAN VUKELIĆ Doctor

Doctor

26.1.1963. Beograd , Srbija / Serbia

5.10.1976. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

ANTE ŽUPANOVIĆ

ZDENKA ANDRUN

Doctor

Fizioterapeut / Physiotherapist

27.9.1949. Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

9.6.1961. Zavidovići, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

STEVO KURIC

DEAN MISTURA

Fizioterapeut / Physiotherapist

Fizioterapeut / Physiotherapist

14.9.1960. Josipovac, Hrvatska / Croatia

28.12.1970. Rijeka, Hrvatska / Croatia

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EMIR MUJAGIĆ

FRANJO PAVLOVIĆ

Fizioterapeut / Physiotherapist

Fizioterapeut / Physiotherapist

6.9.1966. Zenica, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

9.9.1967. Bugojno, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

DEJAN SPASIĆ Fizioterapeut / Physiotherapist 26.8.1972 Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

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Suci / Referees VLADIMIR MAĐAREVIĆ

SAŠA PETAK Hrvanje / Wrestling

Gimnastika / Gymnastics 17.8.1972. Osijek, Hrvatska / Croatia

23.7.1976. Sisak, Hrvatska / Croatia

MIROLJUB BERAK

DALIBOR JURINOVIĆ

Karate

Rukomet / Handball

15.10.1955. Kotor Varoš, Hrvatska / Croatia

14.4.1977. Jajce, BiH / Bosnia & Herzegovina

MRVICA MARKO

MIROSLAV VLAŠIĆ

Rukomet / Handball

Vaterpolo / Water Polo

21.12.1973. Zadar, Hrvatska / Croatia

5.7.1962. Karlovac, Hrvatska / Croatia

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LANGUEDOCROUSSILLON 1993.

Prvi samostalni nastup hrvatskih športaša na mediteranskim igrama dogodio se 1993. na XII. Mediteranskim igrama u francuskoj pokrajini Languedoc-Roussillon (od 16. do 27. lipnja 1993.) U hrvatskoj je delegaciji bilo 197 osoba, od toga 93 športaša koji su osvojili 9 zlatnih, 6 srebrnih i 19 brončanih odličja. ZLATO - Ivan Mustapić (atletika); Nataša Osmokrović, Marija Anzulović, Snježana Mijić, Sergeja Lorber, Slavica Kuzmanić, Barbara Jelić, Vanesa Sršen, Zvjezdana Širola, Gordana Jurcan, Andrea Jurčić, Maja Dujić, Irina Kirilova (odbojka); Miloš Milošević (plivanje); Tonči Peribonio, Mirko Bašić, Goran Perkovac, Alvaro Načinović, Ivica Obrvan, Bruno Gudelj, Iztok Puc, Zlatko Saračević, Ratko Tomljanović, Vlado Šola, Vladimir Jelčić, Patrik Ćavar, Irfan Smajilagić, Nenad Kljajić (rukomet); Adrijana Prosenjak, Indira Botica, Dijana Jelaska, Koraljka Milić, Snježana Petika, Irena Sladoljev, Daniela Tuđa, Eržika Bakai, Rada Ciganović, Viktorija Garnusova, Ljerka Krajnović, Renata Pavlačić, Ines Dogan, Klaudija Klikovac, Danijela Petković (rukomet); Jasminka Francki (zračna i malokalibarska puška), Maja Murić (tenis) i par Maja Murić Silvija Talaja (tenis). SREBRO - Alan Gregov, Ivica Žurić, Velimir Perasović, Vladan Alanović, Žan Tabak, Danko Cvjetičanin, Franjo Arapović, Stojko Vranković, Arijan Komazec, Dino Rađa, Emilio Kovačić, Veljko Mršić (košarka); Zoran Primorac (stolni tenis), muški stolnoteniski par Zoran Primorac - Dragutin Šurbek i ženski par Mirela Šikoronja – Sandra Sušilo; Suzana Skoko (streljaštvo), Dubravko Šimenc, Joško Kreković, Tomislav Paškvalin, Denis Lušić, Dragan Rebić, Anto Vasović, Dejan Savičević, Ognjen Kržić, Perica Bukić, Elvis Fatović, Vjekoslav Kobešćak, Antonio Milat, Siniša Školneković (vaterpolo.

BRONCA - Silvija Babić (atletika), Pero Šakota (boks), Tonči Antunović (jedrenje), Dragomir Tavra i Hrvoje Filipan (judo), Zvonimir Krznarić (kajak, 500 i 1000 m), Dražen Funtak (kanu, 500 i 1000 m), Dražen Funtak – Ivan Šabjan (kanu), Goran Romić (karate), Dorotea Bralić (plivanje), ženska štafeta 4x100 m mješovito (plivanje), Mirela Šikoronja (stolni tenis), Mirela Skoko i Saša Špirelja (streljaštvo), Igor Velimirović, Sead Marušić, Ninoslav Saraga, Marko Banović (četverac bez), Zlatko Buzina, Mario Perinović (dvojac bez) i Igor Boraska, Tihomir Franković, Zoran Adamović (dvojac s kormilarom).

BARI 1997.

Na XIII. mediteranskim igrama, održanim u Bariju od 13. do 25. lipnja 1997. godine, sudjelovalo je 239 hrvatskih športaša na čelu sa šefom Misije Matijom Ljubekom, a natjecali su se u 26 športova. Osvojili su 33 odličja, od toga šest zlatnih, 16 srebrnih i 11 brončanih. ZLATO - četverac bez kormilara: Oliver Martinov, Krešimir Čuljak, Marko Banović, Branimir Vujević; Tamara Boroš i Eldijana Aganović (stolni tenis), rukometaši Goran Perkovac, Valter Matošević, Valner Franković, Božidar Jović, Miro Barišić, Mario Bjeliš, Goran Jerković, Mirza Džomba, Enes Halkić, Davor Dominiković, Silvio Ivandija, Igor Kos, Dragan Jerković, Neno Boban, Mario Kelentrić, Mladen Prskalo, Suzana Skoko i Roman Špirelja (streljaštvo) te košarkašice Vanda Baranović; Vedrana Grgin, Sonja Kireta, Korana Longin, Slavica Pretreger, Monika Kovač, Emilija Podrug, Amra Đapo, Tihana Abrlić, Katarina Maloča, Lidija Gnjidić, Mirjana Tabak. SREBRO - Krešimir Čač, Miloš Milošević, Gordan Kožulj i Marko Strahija (plivanje), Valter Ivančić i Bojan Novak (boćanje), rukometašice Indira Botica, Snježana Petika, Renata Pavličić, Nataša Kolega, Samira Hasagić, Irina Maljko, Božica Gregurić, Vlatka Mihoci, Renata Damjanić, Paula Glavaš, Marija

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MERSIN 2013 Čelina, Klaudija Bubalo, Helena Lulić, Irena Pušić, Vesna Horaček, Ljubica Peršinović; Saša Špirelja (streljaštvo), Branko Zorko (atletika), vaterpolisti Ognjen Kržić, Vjekoslav Kobešćak, Ivo Ivaniš, Mile Smodlaka, Dalibor Perčinić, Hrvoje Herceg, Igor Hinić, Tomislav Rogin, Zdeslav Vrdoljak, Ratko Štritof, Alen Bošković, Frano Vićan, Samir Barać, dvojac na pariće Hrvoje Telišman, Daniel Bajlo i dvojac bez kormilara Tihomir Franković, Igor Boraska, Stipe Drviš (boks), Aleksej Demjanov (gimnastika), Mario Miketek (hrvanje) te Zoran Primorac i Tamara Boroš (stolni tenis). BRONCA - odbojkaši Ivan-Donald Marić, Darko Antunović, Ante Jakovčević, Boris Osmokrović, Stanislav Zimakijević, Domagoj Krnić, Vladim Jevtuhovič, Jurij Voriskijevič, Igor Jurčić, Boris Zorica, Edin Bajković, Zoran Periškić; Mladenka Malenica (streljaštvo), Stipe Damjanović (hrvanje), Stevimir Ercegovac (atletika), Zoran Primorac i Damir Atiković (stolni tenis), Krešimir Čač (plivanje), Mirko Filipović (boks), Dražen Funtak (kanu) Petra Banović (daljinskoplivanje), te Ana Sršen u konkurenciji plivačica s invaliditetom.

TUNIS 2001.

Mediteranske igre u Tunisu 2001., održane od 2. do 15. rujna, trebale su biti uobičajene XIV. MI, no njih je obilježio teroristički napad na New York pa je svečano zatvaranje 15. rujna bilo simbolično, bez predviđenog umjetničkog programa. Hrvatska mediteranska reprezentacija sudjelovala je sa 138 športaša, na čelu sa šefom Misije Darkom Dujmovićem. Hrvatski su športaši osvojili 20 medalja - sedam zlatnih, šest srebrnih i sedam brončanih.

Ivano Balić, Tihomir Baltić, Zvonimir Bilić, Davor Dominiković, Mirza Džomba, Slavko Goluža, Božidar Jović, Mario Kelentrić, Igor Kos, Blaženko Lacković, Valter Matošević, Diego Modrušan, Goran Šprem, Renato Sulić, Vedran Zrnić; Tamara Boroš (stolni tenis), Blanka Vlašić, Siniša Ergotić (atletika), Vanja Rogulj, Marko Strahija (plivanje). SREBRO - Darko Jurčić, Nevena Lenđel (atletika), Sanja Jovanović i muška štafeta 4x100 m mješovito u sastavu Miloš Milošević, Ivan Mladina, Vanja Rogulj i Marko Strahija (plivanje); Sandro Gulja (boćanje), Mate Arapov (jedrenje). BRONCA - Sanja Jovanović i muška štafeta 4x100 slobodno u sastavu Igor Čerenšek, Lovrenco Franičević, Marijan Kanjer, Ivan Mladina (plivanje); Edi Ponoš (atletika), Jetiš Bajrami (boks), Lana Susović (karate), Sandra Paović i Cornelia Vaida (stolnoteniski par).

ALMERIA 2005.

Na XV. mediteranskim igrama u španjolskoj Almeriji, održanim od 24. lipnja do 3. srpnja 2005., sudjelovala je hrvatska mediteranska delegacija sa 201 natejcateljem od kojih 83 sportašice, a pod vodstvom šefa Misije Damira Šegote. Osvojili su ukupno 26 odličja (pet zlatnih, 10 srebrnih i 11 brončanih.) ZLATO - atletičar Edis Elkasević (kugla), kajakaš Stjepan Janić (K1 1000 m), kajakaši Stjepan i Mićo Janić (K2 500m), stolnotenisačica Tamara Boroš i veslačica Mirna Rajle Brođanac.

ZLATO - ženska košarkaška reprezentacija Amra Đapo, Božena Erceg, Koraljka Hlede, Ana Lelas, Katarina Maloča, Jasenka Marohnić, Marina Mazić, Emilija Podrug, Sandra Popović, Slavica Pretreger, Vanda Baranović-Urukalo, Jelena Zrnić; muška rukometna reprezentacija

SREBRO - atletičar Vincek Željko (400 m), košarkašice: Marta Čakić, Božana Erceg, Jelena Ivezić, Anđa Jelavić, Dea Klein-Šumanovac, Sandra Pešić, Emilija Podrug, Sandra Popović, Ana Roca, Iva Serdar, karatašica Petra Naranđa (do 60 kg), plivači Sanja Jovanović (50 m leptir), Dajana Zoretić (50 m prsno), Gordan Kožulj (200 m leđno), rukometaši:

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MERSIN 2013 Šime Fantela i Igor Marinić (jedrenje, klasa 470), Tonči Stipanović (jedrenje, klasa laser), Tina Mihelić (jedrenje, klasa radial)

Damir Bičanić, Nikola Blažičko, Denis Buntić, Josip Čale, Ivan Čupić, Zlatko Horvat, Tomislav Huljina, Krešimir Ivanković, Marin Knez, Branimir Koloper, Mario Obad, Vladimir Ostarčević, Ivan Pongračić, Vjenceslav Somić, Ljubo Vukić, Drago Vuković, stolnotenisač Roko Tošić, streljačica Suzana Cimbal Špirelja (50 m puška) te teniski par Matea Mezak i Ana Vrljić.

BRONCA - Jurica Grabušić (atletika, 110 m prepone), Nikolina Horvat (atletika, 400 m prepone), Nedžad Mulabegović (atletika, kugla), Ana Šundov, Gordana Dagelić (boćanje, parovi), Stjepan Janić (kajak), Danil Dondjoni (karate), Neven Žugaj (hrvanje), Sanja Jovanović (plivanje), Mirna Rajle Brođanac (veslanje), ženska košarkaška reprezentacija: Iva Ciglar, Marta Dakić, Luca Ivanković, Jelena Ivezić, Anđa Jelavić, Neda Lokas, Josipa Bura, Mirna Mazić, Antonija Mišura, Sena Pavetić, Tina Periša, Iva Slišković, ženska odbojkaška reprezentacija: Jelena Balić, Mirela Delić, Ilijana Dugandžić, Cecilia Dujić, Biljana Gligorović, Ana Grbac, Mia Jerkov, Marina Miletić, Ivana Miloš, Maja Poljak, Sanja Popović i Senna Ušić Jogunica.

BRONCA - atletičari Josip Šoprek (200 m), Jurica Grabušić (110 m prepone), Vera Begić (disk), boksači Borna Katalinić (do 69 kg), Marijo Šivolija-Jelica (do 81 kg), Vedran Đipalo (do 91 kg), plivači Aleksej Puninski (50 m leptir), Sanja Jovanović (100 m leđno), rukometašice: Maida Arslanagić, Maja Čop, Dijana Golubić, Jelena Grubišić, Lidija Horvat, Ivana Jelčić, Sanela Knezović, Maja Kožnjak, Svitlana Pasičnik, Andrea Penzić, Antonela Pensa, Nikica Pušić, Sandra Stojković, Tihana Šarić, Miranda Tatari, Maja Zebić i tenisačica Maja Mezak (pojedinačno).

PESCARA 2009.

Na XVI. mediteranskim igrama održanima od 26. lipnja do 5. srpnja u Pescari (Italija) hrvatski su natjecatelji, njih 164 (75 športašica i 89 športaša), pod vodstvom šefa Misije Damira Šegote, nastupili u 24 športa, a osvojili su 28 odličja (5 zlatnih, 12 srebrnih i 11 brončanih) u 14 športova. ZLATO - Nenad Žugaj (hrvanje), Snježana Pejčić (streljaštvo), Mario Todorović (plivanje), Petra Volf (karate), muška košarkaška reprezentacija: Lukša Andrić, Petar Babić, Marko Car, Jure Lalić, Drago Pašalić, Damir Rančić, Damjan Rudeć, Krunoslav Simon, Rok Stipčević, Ante Tomić, Jakov Vladović, Luka Ćorić SREBRO - Vera Begić (atletika, disk), Marko Tomasović, Filip Palić (boks), Filip Ude (gimnastika, tlo), Stjepan Janić (kajak), Jelena Kovačević (karate), Roko Tošić, Andrej Gaćina (stolni tenis, ekipno), Mario Vekić (veslanje),

LANGUEDOCROUSSILLON 1993

Croatian athletes had their first solo performance on Mediterranean Games in 1993, on XII Mediterranean Games which were held in French province Languedoc-Roussillon (16 to 27 June 1993). Croatian delegation counted 197 people, of which 93 were athletes who won 9 gold, 6 silver and 19 bronze medals. GOLD - Ivan Mustapić (athletics); women’s volleyball team: Nataša Osmokrović, Marija Anzulović, Snježana Mijić, Sergeja Lorber, Slavica Kuzmanić, Barbara Jelić, Vanesa Sršen, Zvjezdana Širola, Gordana Jurcan, Andrea Jurčić, Maja Dujić, Irina Kirilova; Miloš Milošević (swimming); men’s handball team:

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MERSIN 2013 Tonči Peribonio, Mirko Bašić, Goran Perkovac, Alvaro Načinović, Ivica Obrvan, Bruno Gudelj, Iztok Puc, Zlatko Saračević, Ratko Tomljanović, Vlado Šola, Vladimir Jelčić, Patrik Čavar, Irfan Smajlagić, Nenad Kljaić; women’s handball team: Adrijana Prosenjak, Indira Botica, Dijana Jelaska, Koraljka Milić, Snježana Petika, Irena Sladoljev, Daniela Tuđa, Eržika Bakai, Rada Ciganović, Viktorija Garnusova, Ljerka Krajnović, Renata Pavlačić, Ines Dogan, Klaudija Klikovac, Danijela Petković; Jasminka Francki (air rifle and small bore rifle), Maja Murić (tennis - women’s singles) and Maja Murić - Silvija Talaja (tennis - women’s doubles). SILVER - men’s basketball team: Alan Gregov, Ivica Žurić, Velimir Perasović, Vladan Alanović, Žan Tabak, Danko Cvjetićanin, Franjo Arapović, Stojko Vranković, Arijan Komazec, Dino Rađa, Emilio Kovačić, Veljko Mršić; table tennis: men’s singles – Zoran Primorac, men’s doubles Zoran Primorac - Dragutin Šurbek and women’s doubles Mirela Šikoronja – Sandra Sušilo; shooting: Suzana Skoko; men’s water polo team: Dubravko Šimenc, Joško Kreković, Tomislav Paškvalin, Denis Lušić, Dragan Rebić, Anto Vasović, Dejan Savičević, Ognjen Kržić, Perica Bukić, Elvis Fatović, Vjekoslav Kobešćak, Antonio Milat, Siniša Školneković. BRONZE - Silvija Babić (athletics), Pero Šakota (boxing), Tonči AntunoviĆ (sailing), Dragomir Tavra and Hrvoje Filipan (judo), Zvonimir Krznarić (kayak – 500 and 1000 m K1), Dražen Funtak (canoe – 500 and 1000 m C1), Dražen Funtak – Ivan Šabjan (canoe – C2), Goran Romić (karate), Dorotea Bralić (swimming), women’s 4x100m medley relay (swimming), Mirela Šikoronja (table tennis), Mirela Skoko and Saša Špirelja (shooting), Igor Velimirović, Sead Marušić, Ninoslav Saraga, Marko Banović (coxless four), Zlatko Buzina, Mario Perinović (coxless pair) and Igor Boraska, Tihomir Franković, Zoran Adamović (coxed pair).

BARI 1997

Croatian athletes, who had contributed to this competition and its significance in the development of international sport from the very beginning, participated in the XIII Mediterranean Games, held in Bari from 13 to 25 June 1997, for the second time under their own flag. The 239 members of the Croatian delegation, led by Chef de Mission Matija Ljubek, competed in 26 sports and won 33 medals: 6 gold, 16 silver and 11 bronze. GOLD - coxless four: Oliver Martinov, Krešimir Čuljak, Marko Banović, Branimir Vujević; Tamara Boroš and Eldijana Aganović (table tennis), men’s handball team: Goran Perkovac, Valter Matošević, Valner Franković, Božidar Jović, Miro Barišić, Mario Bjeliš, Goran Jerković, Mirza Džomba, Enes Halkić, Davor Dominiković, Silvio Ivandija, Igor Kos, Dragan Jerković, Neno Boban, Mario Kelentrić, Mladen Prskalo; Suzana Skoko and Roman Špirelja (shooting) and women’s basketball team: Vanda Baranović; Vedrana Grgin, Sonja Kireta, Korana Longin, Slavica Pretreger, Monika Kovač, Emilija Podrug, Amra Đapo, Tihana Abrlić, Katarina Maloča, Lidija Gnjidić, Mirjana Tabak. SILVER - Krešimir Čač, Miloš Milošević, Gordan Kožulj and Marko Strahija (swimming), Valter Ivančić and Bojan Novak (boccia), women’s handball team: Indira Botica, Snježana Petika, Renata Pavličić, Nataša Kolega, Samira Hasagić, Irina Maljko, Božica Gregurić, Vlatka Mihoci, Renata Damjanić, Paula Glavaš, Marija Čelina, Klaudija Bubalo, Helena Lulić, Irena Pušić, Vesna Horaček, Ljubica Peršinović; Saša Špirelja (shooting), Branko Zorko (athletics), men’s water polo team: Ognjen Kržić, Vjekoslav Kobešćak, Ivo Ivaniš, Mile Smodlaka, Dalibor Perčinić, Hrvoje Herceg, Igor Hinić, Tomislav Rogin, Zdeslav Vrdoljak, Ratko Štritof, Alen Bošković, Frano Vićan, Samir Barać; double scull: Hrvoje Telišman, Daniel Bajlo and coxless pair: Tihomir

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MERSIN 2013 Blaženko Lacković, Valter Matošević, Diego Modrušan, Goran Šprem, Renato Sulić, Vedran Zrnić; Tamara Boroš (table tennis), Blanka Vlašić, Siniša Ergotić (athletics), Vanja Rogulj, Marko Strahija (swimming).

Franković, Igor Boraska (rowing); Stipe Drviš (boxing), Alexei Demyanov (gymnastics), Mario Miketek (wrestling) and Zoran Primorac and Tamara Boroš (table tennis). BRONZE - men’s volleyball team: Ivan-Donald Marić, Darko Antunović, Ante Jakovčević, Boris Osmokrović, Stanislav Zimakijević, Domagoj Krnić, Vadim Yevtukhovich, Yuriy Voriskiyevich, Igor Jurčić, Boris Zorica, Edin Bajković, Zoran Periškić; Mladenka Malenica (shooting), Stipe Damjanović (wrestling), Stevimir Ercegovac (athletics), Zoran Primorac and Damir Atiković (table tennis), Krešimir Čač (swimming), Mirko Filipović (boxing), Dražen Funtak (kayak/canoe) Petra Banović (long distance swimming), and Ana Sršen (disability swimming).

TUNIS 2001

The 2001 Mediterranean Games in Tunis, held from 2 – 15 September, should have been the usual XIV Mediterranean Games, but they were marked by the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in New York, so this is why there was just a symbolic Closing Ceremony on 15 September, without the planned artistic program. The Croatian Mediterranean Games delegation consisted of 138 athletes, led by Chef de Mission Darko Dujmović. 23 countries participated and Croatian athletes won 20 medals - 7 gold, 6 silver and 7 bronze – so that Croatia placed 11th in the medal count. GOLD - women’s basketball team: Amra –apo, Božena Erceg, Koraljka Hlede, Ana Lelas, Katarina Maloča, Jasenka Marohnić, Marina Mazić, Emilija Podrug, Sandra Popović, Slavica Pretreger, Vanda Baranović-Urukalo, Jelena Zrnić; men’s handball team: Ivano Balić, Tihomir Baltić, Zvonimir Bilić, Davor Dominiković, Mirza Džomba, Slavko Goluža, Božidar Jović, Mario Kelentrić, Igor Kos,

SILVER - Darko Jurčić, Nevena Lenđel (athletics), Sanja Jovanović and men’s 4x100m medley relay: Miloš Milošević, Ivan Mladina, Vanja Rogulj and Marko Strahija (swimming); Sandro Gulja (boccia), Mate Arapov (sailing). BRONZE - Sanja Jovanović and 4x100 m freestyle relay: Igor Čerenšek, Lovrenco Franičević, Marijan Kanjer, Ivan Mladina (swimming); Edi Ponoš (athletics), Jetiš Bajrami (boxing), Lana Susović (karate), Sandra Paović and Cornelia Vaida (table tennis doubles).

ALMERIA 2005

The XV Mediterranean Games in Almeria, Spain, held from 24 June to 3 July 2005, included 3,500 athletes from 21 Mediterranean countries. They competed in 25 sports. The Croatian Mediterranean delegation led by Chef de Mission Damir Šegota consisted of 201 athletes, of whom 83 were women. Croatia won 26 medals – 5 gold, 10 silver and 11 bronze – and placed 11th in the medal count. GOLD - athletics: Edis Elkasević (shot put), kayak/canoe: Stjepan Janić (K1 1000 m), Stjepan and Mićo Janić (K2 500m), table tennis: Tamara Boroš and rowing: Mirna Rajle Brođanac.

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SILVER - athletics: Željko Vincek (400 m), women’s basketball team: Marta Čakić, Božana Erceg, Jelena Ivezić, Anđa Jelavić, Dea Klein-Šumanovac, Sandra Pešić, Emilija Podrug, Sandra Popović, Ana Roca, Iva Serdar, karate: Petra Naranđa (-60 kg), swimming: Sanja Jovanović (50 m butterfly), Dajana Zoretić (50 m breaststroke), Gordan Kožulj (200 m backstroke), men’s handball team: Damir Bičanić, Nikola Blažičko, Denis Buntić, Josip Čale, Ivan Čupić, Zlatko Horvat, Tomislav Huljina, Krešimir Ivanković, Marin Knez, Branimir Koloper, Mario Obad, Vladimir Ostarčević, Ivan Pongračić, Vjenceslav Somić, Ljubo Vukić, Drago Vuković, table tennis: Roko Tošić, shooting: Suzana Cimbal Špirelja (50 m rifle) and women’s tennis doubles: Matea Mezak and Ana Vrljić.

golf, gymnastics (artistic and rhythmic), handball, judo, karate, kayak/canoe, rowing, sailing, shooting, swimming, table tennis, tennis, volleyball (beach and regular, international volleyball), water polo, water skiing, weightlifting and wrestling. The 164 Croatian athletes (75 women and 89 men), led by Chef de Mission Damir Šegota, competed in 24 sports and won 28 medals (5 gold, 12 silver and 11 bronze) in 14 sports.

BRONZE - athletics: Josip Šoprek (200 m), Jurica Grabušić (110 m hurdles), Vera Begić (discus throw), boxing: Borna Katalinić (-69 kg), Marijo Šivolija-Jelica (-81 kg), Vedran –ipalo (-91 kg), swimming: Alexei Puninski (50 m butterfly), Sanja Jovanović (100 m backstroke), women’s handball team: Maida Arslanagić, Maja Čop, Dijana Golubić, Jelena Grubišić, Lidija Horvat, Ivana Jelčić, Sanela Knezović, Maja Kožnjak, Svitlana Pasichnik, Andrea Penzić, Antonela Pensa, Nikica Pušić, Sandra Stojković, Tihana Šarić, Miranda Tatari, Maja Zebić and table tennis: Maja Mezak (singles).

SILVER - Vera Begić (athletics, discus throw), Marko Tomasović, Filip Palić (boxing), Filip Ude (gymnastics, floor), Stjepan Janić (kayak), Jelena Kovačević (karate), Roko Tošić, Andrej Gaćina (table tennis, team), Mario Vekić (rowing), Šime Fantela and Igor Marinić (sailing, 470 class), Tonči Stipanović (sailing, laser class), Tina Mihelić (sailing, laser radial class)

PESCARA 2009

The XVI Mediterranean Games in Pescara, Italy, held from 26 June to 5 July 2009, included 4,000 athletes from 23 countries of the Mediterranean basin. They competed in 27 sports: athletics, basketball, boccia, boxing, cycling, equestrian, disability sports (athletics and swimming), fencing, football,

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GOLD - Nenad Žugaj (wrestling), Snježana Pejčić (shooting), Mario Todorović (swimming), Petra Volf (karate), men’s basketball team: Lukša Andrić, Petar Babić, Marko Car, Jure Lalić, Drago Pašalić, Damir Rančić, Damjan Rudeć, Krunoslav Simon, Rok Stipčević, Ante Tomić, Jakov Vladović, Luka Čorić

BRONZE - Jurica Grabušić (athletics, 110 m hurdles), Nikolina Horvat (athletics, 400 m hurdles), Nedžad Mulabegović (athletics, shot put), Ana Šundov, Gordana Dagelić (boccia, doubles), Stjepan Janić (kayak), Danil Domdjoni (karate), Neven Žugaj (wrestling), Sanja Jovanović (swimming), Mirna Rajle Brođanac (rowing), women’s basketball team: Iva Ciglar, Marta Dakić, Luca Ivanković, Jelena Ivezić, Anđa Jelavić, Neda Lokas, Josipa Bura, Mirna Mazić, Antonija Mišura, Sena Pavetić, Tina Periša, Iva Slišković, women’s volleyball team: Jelena Balić, Mirela Delić, Ilijana Dugandžić, Cecilia Dujić, Biljana Gligorović, Ana Grbac, Mia Jerkov, Marina Miletić, Ivana Miloš, Maja Poljak, Sanja Popović and Senna Ušić Jogunica


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Od prvog povijesnog nastupa pod vlastitim hrvatskim stijegom nakon proglašenja suverene i samostalne Republike Hrvatske (25. lipnja 1991.), hrvatski su sportaši na Olimpijskim igrama osvojili 33 odličja od kojih su 23 s ljetnih, a 10 sa zimskih olimpijskih igara.  

SREBRO – Vaterpolska reprezentacija: Maro Balić, Perica Bukić, Damir Glavan, Igor Hinić, Vjekoslav Kobešćak, Joško Kreković, Ognjen Kržić, Dubravko Šimenc, Siniša Školneković, Ratko Štritof, Renato Vrbičić, Zdeslav Vrdoljak, Tino Vegar

SYDNEY 2000.

ZLATO - Nikolaj Pešalov (dizanje utega) BRONCA - Osmerac: Igor Boraska, Tihomir Franković, Krešimir Čuljak, Branimir Vujević, Tomislav Smoljenović, Nikša Skelin, Siniša Skelin, kormilar Silvijo Petriško

ATENA 2004.

Od 23 odličja na Igrama olimpijade ili Ljetnim olimpijskih igrama, šest je zlatnih; dva u rukometu te po jedno u  atletici, dizanju utega, streljaštvu i vaterpolu, sedam je srebrnih; dva u veslanju te po jedno u atletici, gimnastici, košarci, vaterpolu i plivanju, te deset brončanih; po tri u tenisu i taekwondou, te po jedno u dizanju utega, streljaštvu, veslanju ii rukometu.

BARCELONA 1992.

SREBRO - Košarkaška reprezentacija; Vladan Alanović, Franjo Arapović, Danko Cvjetičanin, Alan Gregov, Arijan Komazec, Toni Kukoč, Aramis Naglić, Velimir Perasović, Dražen Petrović, Dino Rađa, Žan Tabak, Stojko Vranković BRONCA – Goran Ivanišević (tenis) Goran Ivanišević i Goran Prpić (tenis, parovi)

ATLANTA 1996.

ZLATO - Rukometna reprezentacija: Patrik Ćavar, Slavko Goluža, Božidar Jović, Nenad Kljaić, Venio Losert, Valter Matošević, Alvaro Načinović, Goran Perkovac, Iztok Puc, Zlatko Saračević, Irfan Smajlagić, Bruno Gudelj, Zoran Mikulić, Vladimir Jelčić, Valner Franković, Vladimir Šujster.

ZLATO - Rukometna reprezentacija: Ivano Balić, Davor Dominković, Mirza Džomba, Slavko Goluža, Nikša Kaleb, Blaženko Lacković, Venio Losert, Valter Matošević, Petar Metličić, Vlado Šola, Denis Špoljarić, Goran Šprem, Igor Vori, Davor Vuković i Vedran Zrnić. SREBRO - Duje Draganja (plivanje) Siniša i Nikša Skelin (dvojac na pariće) BRONCA - Nikolaj Pešalov (dizanje utega) Mario Ančić i Ivan Ljubičić (tenis, parovi)

PEKING 2008.

SREBRO - Blanka Vlašić (skok uvis), Filip Ude (konj s hvataljkama) BRONCA - Snježana Pejčić (zračna puška), Martina Zubčić i Sandra Šarić (taekwondo)

LONDON 2012.

ZLATO - Sandra Perković (disk) ZLATO - Giovanni Cernogoraz (trap) ZLATO - Vaterpolska reprezentacija (m) Josip Pavić, Damir Burić, Miho Bošković, Nikša Dobud, Maro Joković, Petar Muslim, Ivan Buljubašić, Andro Bušlje, Sandro Sukno, Samir Barač,Igor Hinić, Paulo Obradović, Frano Vićan SREBRO – David Šain, Martin Sinković, Damir

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Martin i Valent Sinković (četverac na pariće) BRONCA – Lucija Zaninović (taekwondo) BRONCA - Hrvatska rukometna reprezentacija (m): Mirko Alilović, Venio Losert, Manuel Štrlek, Ivan Ninčević, Ivan Čupić, Zlatko Horvat, Igor Vori, Jakov Gojun, Drago Vuković, Blaženko Lacković, Domagoj Duvnjak, Ivano Balić, Marko Kopljar, Denis Buntić, Damir Bičanić

❅❅❅ Od 10 odličja na Zimskim olimpijskim igrama četiri su zlatna, pet srebrnih u alpskom skijanju te jedno brončano odličje u biatlonu.  Šest odličja osvojila je (četiri zlata i dva srebra)  najbolja hrvatska sportašica svih vremena Janica Kostelić, tri srebrna njen brat Ivica Kostelić  a brončano biatlonac Jakov Fak.  

SALT LAKE 2002.

ZLATO - Janica Kostelić (veleslalom), Janica Kostelić (kombinacija), Janica Kostelić (slalom) SREBRO - Janica Kostelić (superveleslalom)

TORINO 2006. ZLATO - Janica Kostelić (kombinacija) SREBRO - Janica Kostelić (superveleslalom), Ivica Kostelić(kombinacija)

VANCOUVER 2010.

SREBRO - Ivica Kostelić (superkombinacija), Ivica Kostelić (slalom) BRONCA - Jakov Fak (10km)

Since the first historic performance under its own Croatian flag after the proclamation of the sovereign and independent Republic of Croatia (25th of June 1991), Croatian athletes have won at the Olympic Games 33 medals, of which 23 from the Summer and 10 from the Winter Olympics. Of the 23 medals at the Olympics or the Summer Olympic Games, six of them are gold, two in handball and one in athletics, weightlifting, archery and water polo, seven silver medals; two in rowing and one in athletics, gymnastics, basketball, water polo and swimming, and ten bronze medals; three in tennis and taekwondo and one in weightlifting, archery, rowing and handball.

BARCELONA 1992

SILVER – Basketball national team; Vladan Alanovic, Franjo Arapovic, Danko Cvjeticanin, Alan Gregov, Arijan Komazec, Toni Kukoc, Aramis Naglic, Velimir Perasovic, Drazen Petrovic, Dino Rada, Zan Tabak, Stojko Vrankovic BRONZE – Goran Ivanisevic (tennis) Goran Ivanisevic and Goran Prpic (tennis, pairs)

ATLANTA 1996

GOLD – Handball national team: Patrik Cavar, Slavko Goluza, Bozidar Jovic, Nenad Kljaic, Venio Losert, Valter Matosevic, Alvaro Nacinovic,

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Goran Perkovac, Iztok Puc, Zlatko Saracevic, Irfan Smajlagic, Bruno Gudelj, Zoran Mikulic, Vladimir Jelcic, Valner Frankovic, Vladimir Sujster. SILVER – Water polo national team: Maro Balic, Perica Bukic, Damir Glavan, Igor Hinic, Vjekoslav Kobescak, Josko Krekovic, Ognjen Krzic, Dubravko Simenc, Sinisa Skolnekovic, Ratko Stritof, Renato Vrbicic, Zdeslav Vrdoljak, Tino Vegar

Andro Buslje, Sandro Sukno, Samir Barac, Igor Hinic, Paulo Obradovic, Frano Vican SILVER – David Sain, Martin Sinkovic, Damir Martin and Valent Sinkovic (men’s quadruple sculls team) BRONZE - Lucija Zaninovic (taekwondo) BRONZE - Croatian handball national team (men): Mirko Alilovic, Venio Losert, Manuel Strlek, Ivan Nincevic, Ivan Cupic, Zlatko Horvat, Igor Vori, Jakov Gojun, Drago Vukovic, Blazenko Lackovic, Domagoj Duvnjak, Ivano Balic, Marko Kopljar, Denis Buntic, Damir Bicanic

SYDNEY 2000

GOLD – Nikolaj Pesalov (weightlifting) BRONZE – Men’s eight: Igor Boraska, Tihomir Frankovic, Kresimir Culjak, Branimir Vujevic, Tomislav Smoljenovic, Niksa Skelin, Sinisa Skelin, coxswain Silvijo Petrisko

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ATHENS 2004

GOLD – Handball national team: Ivano Balic, Davor Dominkovic, Mirza Dzomba, Slavko Goluza, Niksa Kaleb, Blazenko Lackovic, Venio Losert, Valter Matosevic, Petar Metlicic, Vlado Sola, Denis Spoljaric, Goran Sprem, Igor Vori, Davor Vukovic i Vedran Zrnic. SILVER – Duje Draganja (swimming) Sinisa and Niksa Skelin (coxless pairs) BRONZE – Nikolaj Pesalov (weightlifting) Mario Ancic and Ivan Ljubicic (tennis, pairs)

Of the 10 medals at the Winter Olympics four are gold, five silver in alpine skiing and one bronze in biathlon. The best Croatian athlete of all times Janica Kostelic won six medals (four gold and two silver), her brother Ivica Kostelic won three silver medals, while the biathlete Jakov Fak won one bronze.

SALT LAKE 2002

GOLD – Janica Kostelic (giant slalom), Janica Kostelic (combined), Janica Kostelic (slalom) SILVER – Janica Kostelic (super-G)

TORINO 2006

BEIJING 2008

GOLD – Janica Kostelic (combined) SILVER – Janica Kostelic (super-G), Ivica Kostelic (combined)

LONDON 2012

SILVER – Ivica Kostelic (super combined), Ivica Kostelic (slalom) BRONZE – Jakov Fak (10 km)

SILVER – Blanka Vlasic (high jump), Filip Ude (pommel horse) BRONZE – Snjezana Pejcic (air rifle), Martina Zubcic and Sandra Saric (taekwondo)

VANCOUVER 2010

GOLD - Sandra Perkovic (discus throwing) GOLD - Giovanni Cernogoraz (trap) GOLD – Water polo national team (men) Josip Pavic, Damir Buric, Miho Boskovic, Niksa Dobud, Maro Jokovic, Petar Muslim, Ivan Buljubasic,

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Hrvatski olimpijski odbor, najviše nacionalno športsko

tijelo u Hrvatskoj, osnovan je u Zagrebu 10. rujna 1991. godine. Izvršni odbor Međunarodnoga olimpijskog odbora privremeno je priznao Hrvatski olimpijski odbor 17. siječnja 1992., čime ga je uključio u olimpijsku obitelj i time omogućio hrvatskim športašima da sudjeluju pod hrvatskom zastavom na Zimskim OI u Albertvilleu kao i na Olimpijskim igrama u Barceloni 1992. koja je održana iste godine. Članovi Hrvatskoga olimpijskog odbora su nacionalni športski savezi (od kojih je 38 olimpijskih i 42 saveza neolimpijskih športova), 20 županijskih športskih zajednica i Zagrebački športski savez te 10 udruga i ustanova od interesa za hrvatski šport i djelovanje Hrvatskoga olimpijskog odbora. Hrvatski olimpijski odbor punopravni je član Udruženja nacionalnih olimpijskih odbora (ANOC), Europskih olimpijskih odbora (EOO), Međunarodnog odbora Mediteranskih igara (MOMI) i Europskih nevladinih športskih organizacija (ENGSO). Hrvatski olimpijski odbor osnivač je Hrvatskog kluba olimpijaca (1993), Hrvatske olimpijske akademije (1996), Vijeća športske arbitraže i Športskog arbitražnog sudišta (1999) te suosnivač Europskog fair play pokreta (1994), Zaklade hrvatskih športaša (2006), Hrvatskog fair play odbora (2006), Mreže koordinatorica u športu (2006) te brojnih drugih organizacija

koje pripadaju hrvatskom i međunarodnom olimpijskom pokretu. Sportska televizija (prvi specijalizirani športski digitalni televizijski kanal u Hrvatskoj) započela je s emitiranjem u ponedjeljak, 4. travnja 2011. godine u 17.00 sati u emisiji Vijesti. U programu Sportske televizije, koji u prosjeku traje 12 sati dnevno, svoje su mjesto dobili svi športski savezi, u formi reportaže, magazina ili intervjua povodom pojedinačnih projekata. Hrvatski olimpijski odbor predstavio je 2012. godine na web stranici www.hoo. hr nacionalni online servis vijesti “Sportska Hrvatska”, kao decentraliziranu promidžbu aktivnosti članova HOO-a. Sportska Hrvatska dobila je priznanje Hrvatskog zbora sportskih novinara 2013. godine.

The Croatian Olympic Committee, the highest sports

body in Croatia, was founded in Zagreb on 10 September 1991. The Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee granted the Croatian Olympic Committee provisional recognition on 17 January 1992, thus including it in the Olympic family and making it possible for Croatian athletes to participate under the Croatian flag in the Olympic Winter Games in Albertville and in the Games of the Olympiad in Barcelona that very same year. Members of the Croatian Olympic Committee are national sports associations (38 of them are Olympic and 42 non-Olympic sports), 20 county sports associations and the City of Zagreb and 10 associations and institutions of interest for Croatian sport and the activities of the Croatian Olympic Committee. The Croatian Olympic Committee is a full member of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), the European


Olympic Committees (EOC), the International Committee of Mediterranean Games (ICMG) and the European NonGovernmental Sports Organizations (ENGSO). The Croatian Olympic Committee is the founder of the Croatian Olympians Club (1993), the Croatian Olympic Academy (1996), the SportsArbitration Council and Sports Arbitration Tribunal (1999), and the co-founder of the European Fair Play Movement (1994), the Croatian Athletes Foundation (2006), the Croatian Fair-Play Committee (2006), the Female Sports Coordinators Network (2006) and a number of other organizations belonging to the Croatian and international Olympic movement. The first specialized digital sports channel in Croatia, Sports Television (Sportska televizija) began broadcasting its regular program with sports news exactly at 5 P.M.

on April 4th 2011. The Sports Television program, which on average lasts 10 hours a day, enabled 60 sports federations to find their place within it, ten of them were given more minutes either in the form of a report, magazine or interview on the occasion of individual projects. Croatian Olympic Committee introduced in 2012 on the website www.hoo.hr the national online news service called “Sports Croatia�. It provides direct, decentralized promotion of activities of COC members regardless of whether the Web, Facebook or blog page of members or athletes. Sports, along with local communities of the Republic of Croatia, is currently the only activity in which this independent public transmission of news is applied free of physical or content limitations. In 2013, the Croatian Sports Journalist Association presented a special award to the news service Sports Croatia.. [ 75 ]


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digitalni televizijski kanal u Hrvatskoj i prva televizija u svijetu u vlasništvu jednog olimpijskog odbora (Hrvatski olimpijski odbor). Počela je s emitiranjem 4. travnja 2011. i središnje mjesto je svih športskih informacija o svim hrvatskim športovima i športašima zajedno sa 80 nacionalnih športskih saveza. Sportska televizija emitira 12+12 sati dnevno i to multisadržajan, raznolik, informativan, zabavan i edukativan program koji hrvatskim gledateljima donosi prvenstveno športske vijesti i informacije, priče o športu i športašima, goste koji šport žive, ali i žive od športa, prijenose te relevantne športske, političke, gospodarske i servisne informacije.

Cjelokupni programski sadržaj Sportska televizija prikazuje uživo putem live web streaminga na adresi www.sptv.hr posredstvom najnovije OTT tehnologije način prijenosa medijskih sadržaja. U dvije godine postojanja SPTV je emitirala 17 000 sati program; 780 prijenosa (543 inozemna i 237 domaćih).

Sports television (SPTV)

is the first specialized digital sports channel in Croatia and the first television in the world owned by an Olympic Committee (The Croatian Olympic Committee). The television started broadcasting on April 4th, 2011 and it is the central place of all the sports information on

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2012. - Prijenos SP hokeja na ledu (Švedska i Finska) - Prijenos XXX. OI u Londonu – po prvi puta u povijesti hrvatskih medija, komercijalna televizija prenosi OI 2009. - XIII. Olympic Congress in Copenhagen was held 2010. - Following the recommendations of the Copenhagen Congress, the COC Council adopted at its 13th Session the Measures for improvement of the status and funding of sports (one of the topics was launching of the television) - COC Council brings the decision on establishment of the Commission for Digitalization and New Media - Call for tenders for concessions on provision of television media services in multiplex D was announced - The company HOO TV d.o.o. was established COC TV d.o.o. submitted tender documentation and, at the end of the year, the Council for Electronic Media brings the decision on granting a 15-year long concession to the HOO TV 2011. - SPTV began broadcasting its program with sports news - Broadcasting of World Championship in athletics (Daegu 2011) - Broadcasting of the World Championship in rugby (Rugby World Cup New Zealand 2011) - Start broadcasting the first autumn scheme

2011. - Početak emitiranja programa SPTV-a s emisijom Vijesti - Prijenos SP u atletici (Daegu 2011.) - Prijenos SP u ragbiju (World Cup RugbyNov i Zeland 2011.) - Početak emitiranja prve jesenske sheme

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zatražila prijem te godinu poslije, na preporuku Europske komisije, postala službeni kandidat, Republika Hrvatska je 2011. završila pregovore i 1. srpnja 1913. postala 28. zemlja-članica Europske unije. Punopravno članstvo u Europskoj uniji za Hrvatsku znači posve novi obrazac razmišljanja i donošenja odluka, ali i novu vrstu odgovornosti, koja prelazi granice vlastitoga interesa, doprinos snazi i stremljenju ostvarenja vizija Europske unije. Danas s ponosom govorimo o Republici Hrvatskoj kao o uspješnom primjeru europeizacije i demokratizacije, kao zemlji koja je sasvim zasluženo postala punopravnom članicom Europske unije i zemlji koja je tom integriranom europskom prostoru odavna geografski i kulturno pripadala, što njezino članstvo čini logičnim, a punu integraciju u Uniju jednostavnijom i prirodnijom. To ujedno pokazuje i dubinu promjena koje je Hrvatska u prethodnome razdoblju ostvarila.

kontakata među ljudima, jer je to, bez sumnje, najdragocjeniji dio suradnje među državama i društvima. Kad je u pitanju šport, već su identificirana sva potencijalna područja utjecaja uključenja u Europsku uniju, a analizirana su i sva nova pravila i prioriteti, posve u skladu s aktualnom europskom strategijom, što će nedvojbeno rezultirati boljim protokom ideja i informacija u tome segmentu. Važno je napomenuti da je u hrvatskoj politici i cjelokupnome društvu od prvoga dana postojao konsenzus oko glavnog smjera hrvatske politike, onog koji je izražavao želju i potrebu da zemlja što prije postane dijelom Europske unije, dio prostora i svjetonazora kojem je hrvatsko društvo pripadalo stoljećima. U Europskoj uniji hrvatski su građani, kao i službena politika vidjeli simbol i instrument hrvatskoga društva. Opredjeljenje je bilo jasno, jer je, osim svega navedenog, Europska unija i zajednica mira, sklada i uvažavanja različitosti.

Hrvatska ima iznimno povoljan i važan položaj, kako u geografskom, tako i u političkome smislu, posebno kao točka spajanja Europske unije i područja jugoistočne Europe. Upravo tu komparativnu prednost zemlja će staviti u funkciju svog novog, punopravnog članstva u Uniji, te postati prostor iz kojeg se podjednako uspješno može komunicirati i regionalno, i europski, ali i globalno. U tu svrhu Hrvatska će povećati i istaknuti svoje kapacitete, da bi aktivno sudjelovala u najvažnijim procesima te bila odgovorna i konstruktivna članica.

Hrvatska se u tom smislu ove godine pridružuje zemljama-članicama Europske unije u stalnom unaprijeđivanju demokratskih potencijala, učinkovitosti institucija i podizanju razina slobode, pravednosti, mira, demokracije, razvoja i solidarnosti. S tim idealima u prvom planu danas Republika Hrvatska s novom snagom u Europskoj uniji počinje djelovati kao vrijedan i konstruktivan partner.

Ulazak Hrvatske u Europsku uniju odražava se na sve segmente ekonomije i društva, te im donosi nove potencijalne efekte. Punopravnim članstvom u Uniji Hrvatskoj se pruža prilika pokazati sve potencijale svoga gospodarstva, turizma, kulture, znanosti, obrazovanja i športa te iskoristiti sve svoje vrline, koje ju čine atraktivnom destinacijom, odličnim partnerom i zemljom potencijalnog gospodarskog uspjeha. Pri svemu, naglasak će se staviti na stvaranje

of request for accession in 2003 and after becoming an official candidate - upon the recommendation by the European Commission - one year later, in 2011 the Republic of Croatia completed the negotiations and on July 1st, 2013 will become the 28th Member country of the European Union. Full membership in the European Union for Croatia means a completely new form of thinking and decision-making, but also a new kind of responsibility that goes

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membership in the European Union, Croatia has an opportunity to show all the potentials of its economy, tourism, culture, science, education and sports, and take advantage of all of its virtues, that make it an attractive destination, an excellent partner and a potential economically successful country. Along with all this, emphasis will be placed on making contacts among people, because it is, without doubt, the most precious part of the cooperation between the countries and societies.

Today we speak proudly about Croatia as a successful example of Europeanization and democratization, as a country that has quite deservedly become a full member of the European Union and the country that has already – in terms of geographic and culture – been a part of this integrated European space for a long time, that makes its full integration into the Union more simple and natural. It also shows the depth of changes that Croatia has achieved in the previous period, which would not have been possible without the joint work of those who have, within the Croatian territory, been persistent in promoting the reforms and transformations of the entire society, and friends from member countries of the European Union, which had confidence in Croatia, encouraging and stimulating Croatia to implement reforms.

When it comes to sports, all the potential areas of impact to the accession into the European Union have been identified, all the new rules and priorities have been analyzed, in full accordance with the current European strategy, which will undoubtedly result in a better flow of ideas and information in this segment.

In the upcoming period, the Republic of Croatia will be open to a number of new possibilities but also a growing area for intensifying relations with partners and friends within the European Union. It should be noted that Croatia has an extremely favorable and important position, both in the geographical and political sense, especially as a connection point of the European Union and South Eastern Europe. Croatia will put exactly this comparative advantage into the operation of its new, fullfledged membership in the Union, and become a space that enables successful communication both on a regional and European basis, as well as on a global one. For this purpose, Croatia will enhance and emphasize its capacities to actively participate in the most important processes and to be a responsible and constructive member. The accession of the Republic of Croatia into the European Union is reflected in all aspects of the economy and society, and brings new potential effects. With a full-fledged

It is important to note that in Croatian politics and its whole society since the first day there has been a consensus on the main direction of Croatian politics, the one that expressed a desire and need of the country to became a part of the European union as soon as possible, the part of the space and views to which Croatian society has already belonged for centuries. Croatian citizens, as well as official politics, saw In the European Union a symbol and instrument of Croatian society. The commitment was clear, because, besides all the above mentioned, the European Union is also a community of peace, harmony and respect for diversity. In this sense, Croatia joins this year the member countries of the European Union in constant improvement of democratic potentials, the effectiveness of institutions and raising the level of freedom, justice, peace, democracy, development and solidarity. With these ideals in the forefront, today the Republic of Croatia, along with the new power in the European Union, begins acting as a valuable and constructive partner.

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