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Croatia won 3 golds among six medals at the London Olympics 2012 plus one unofficial gold
Sandra Perković (born June 21, 1990) is a Croatian discus thrower, European and Olympic champion. Her successful junior career culminated in winning gold at the 2009 European Junior Championships with a new national record. A month later, she made the final of the World Championships as the youngest discus thrower in the field. Her personal best and national record is 69.11 meters, set in August 2012 at the 2012 Olympics in London.
Giovanni Cernogoraz (born 27 December 1982) is a Croatian sports shooter. Competing in shotgun events, Cernogoraz won the Olympic gold medal in men's trap in the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. He started the sport at the young age and has had many notable achievments since. His biggest results in trap before winning gold at the 2012 Olympics was winning the 2011 ISSF World Cup in Beijing and the 2012 European Championship Shotgun in Larnaca.
3. Croatian Water Polo Team
Olympic Games: Silver 1996 Atlanta World Championship: Gold 2007 Melbourne & Bronze 2009 Rome & Bronze 2011 Shanghai European Championship: Silver 1999 Florence & Silver 2003 Kranj & Gold 2010 Zagreb
Lucija Zaninović won bronze medal for Croatia in tae-kwon-do
Croatian handball team - bronze medal
Ivano Balić, the best handball player in the world, in celebrating in Zagreb
BRONZE MEDALS FOR CROATIA
5. Lucija Zaninovic
Lucija Zaninović (born 26 June 1987) is a Croatian taekwondo practitioner. Zaninović won the gold medal in the women's flyweight class at the 2010 European Taekwondo Championship and gold medal in Manchester 2012. She is the twin sister of Ana Zaninović.
6. Croatian Handball Team
Olympic Games: Gold 2004 Athens & Gold 1996 Atlanta World Men's Handball Championship: Gold 2003 Portugal & Silver 2009 Croatia & Silver 2005 Tunisia & Silver 1995 Iceland European Championship: Bronze 2012 Serbia & Silver 2010 Austria & Silver 2008 Norway & Bronze 1994 Portugal
London 2012 Olympic Branimir Budetić Paralympian athlete from Croatia It is hard to run, throw and jump with a visual impairment but Branimir works very hard for his goals. Balancing training as well as college is also challenging for him, but fortunately he is supported by his coach who helps him to reach the best training results.
Antonija Mišura, a member of Croatian national basketball team in London 2012, proclaimed to be Beauty Queen of the Olympic Games
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