Janica Kostelić Croatian “snow queen” Janica Kostelić won four gold and two silver medals at the Winter Olimpics, five gold medals at the World Championships, three big and three small crystal globes.Croatian “snow queen” Janica Kostelić won four gold and two silver medals at the Winter Olimpics, five gold medals at the World Championships, three big and three small crystal globes.
Ivica Kostelić Ivica and Janica were trained by their father Ante and their family is often referred to as the sports dynasty with the most trophies. Some of Ivica’s results are: -Three silver olympic medals (slalom, traditional combined and super combined); -The World Championship gold medal in slalom; -The World Championship silver in super combined; -The World championship bronze medal in super-G.
Blanka Vlašić Croatian athlete, Croatian record holder(208 cm –ranks second in the all-time high jump rankings) and two time World Champion in high jump.
Goran Ivanišević He is a retired Croatian tennis player and 2001 Wimbledon winner. He was a member of the Croatian team that won the Davis Cup. He won two bronze olympic medals. His career-high singles ranking was World No. 2 in 1994.
Lucija Zaninović Croatian taekwondo practitioner and 2010 European champion in Saint Petersburg. Ana Zaninović Croatian taekwondo practitioner Her biggest career success is winning 2011 World Championship in South Korea and the silver medal in 2007 World Championship in Beijing.
Sandra Perković Croatian athlete, a discus throw record holder and a former shot put record holder. Olympic, World and triple European champion in discus throw.
Goran Čolak Croatian athlete and diver, he is a free dive world record holder and holds the Guinness world record in static apnea on pure oxygen at 23 minutes and one second. He is a European and world free dive champion, the best Croatian diver who was nominated for the Croatian athlete of the year award several times. Also, he holds several world records and won several gold medals in different World Championships.
Iva Majoli The best Croatian female tennis player, 1997 French Open winner. In her career she won nine WTA tournaments, eight singles titles and one doubles title.
Davor Šuker One of the best and world famous Craotian footballers of all time, leader of “the golden geneartion” in the 1990s, the top goal scorer of the Croatian national team and the Golden Boot winner in the 1998 World Cup.
Croatian national handball team Gold medal, three silver medals and a bronze medal at the World Championship; Two gold medals and one bronze medal at the Olympics; Two silver medals and two bronze medals at the European Championship.
Croatian national football team the best result is the bronze medal at the 1998 World Cup in France the most famous Croatian foootball players are: Davor Šuker, Robert Prosinečki, Zvonimir Boban, Luka Modrić.
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