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Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Judo in Bosnia Herzegovina is related to Judo President Branislav Crngorac who was the coach of 2011 European Champion Amel Mekic, Arijana Jaha and later Larisa Ceric. Arijana Jaha became successful coach of the new generation with Ceric who won Bosnian judo silver at the 2014 European Championships. With Aleksandra Samardzic and Harun Sadikovic new Bosnian judo success can be achieved. Larisa Ceric participated for Bosnia Herzegovina at the Olympic Games in Rio.
Judo legends
Judoka
 
Larisa Ceric 0 4 2
Amel Mekic 1 0 0
Davor Vlaskovac 0 0 1
Last results
Judo event Type Place Date
1 European Cup U21 Sarajevo IJFJun Sarajevo 19 Jun 2021
2 Borsa Open Mostar ITCad Mostar 10 Nov 2019
3 European Cup U21 Sarajevo IJFJun Sarajevo 6 Jul 2019
4 Balkan Championships U21 Zvornik ITJun Zvornik 8 Jun 2019
5 European Cup Sarajevo ECup Sarajevo 4 May 2019
1.
Judo event European Cup U21 Sarajevo
Type IJFJun
Place Sarajevo
Date 19 Jun 2021
2.
Judo event Borsa Open Mostar
Type ITCad
Place Mostar
Date 10 Nov 2019
3.
Judo event European Cup U21 Sarajevo
Type IJFJun
Place Sarajevo
Date 6 Jul 2019
4.
Judo event Balkan Championships U21 Zvornik
Type ITJun
Place Zvornik
Date 8 Jun 2019
5.
Judo event European Cup Sarajevo
Type ECup
Place Sarajevo
Date 4 May 2019
Birthdays
Name Birthdate Age
1 Dea Miljetic 21 Jun 1986 35 years
2 Lejla Sejdinovic 24 Jun 1995 26 years
3 Ivana Halic 24 Jun 1989 32 years
4 Aldijana Mehic 24 Jun 1981 40 years
5 Kerim Hasic 25 Jun 2002 19 years
1.
Name Dea Miljetic
Birthdate 21 Jun 1986
Age 35
2.
Name Lejla Sejdinovic
Birthdate 24 Jun 1995
Age 26
3.
Name Ivana Halic
Birthdate 24 Jun 1989
Age 32
4.
Name Aldijana Mehic
Birthdate 24 Jun 1981
Age 40
5.
Name Kerim Hasic
Birthdate 25 Jun 2002
Age 19