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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 365 days of judo
Judoka
 
Toni Miletic 0 0 1
Last results
Judo event Type Place Date
1 European Cup Sarajevo ECup Sarajevo 7 May 2022
2 European Open Sarajevo WCup Sarajevo 12 Feb 2022
3 European Open Sarajevo WCup Sarajevo 18 Sep 2021
4 Banja Luka Open U18 ITCad Banja Luka 3 Jul 2021
5 Banja Luka Open IT Banja Luka 3 Jul 2021
1.
Judo event European Cup Sarajevo
Type ECup
Place Sarajevo
Date 7 May 2022
2.
Judo event European Open Sarajevo
Type WCup
Place Sarajevo
Date 12 Feb 2022
3.
Judo event European Open Sarajevo
Type WCup
Place Sarajevo
Date 18 Sep 2021
4.
Judo event Banja Luka Open U18
Type ITCad
Place Banja Luka
Date 3 Jul 2021
5.
Judo event Banja Luka Open
Type IT
Place Banja Luka
Date 3 Jul 2021
Birthdays
Name Birthdate Age
1 David Kolenda 27 May 1998 24 years
2 Nihad Kukan 27 May 1971 51 years
3 Milenko Krcum 27 May 1957 65 years
4 Milos Kolovic 30 May 1999 23 years
5 Ibro Miladin 30 May 1983 39 years
1.
Name David Kolenda
Birthdate 27 May 1998
Age 24
2.
Name Nihad Kukan
Birthdate 27 May 1971
Age 51
3.
Name Milenko Krcum
Birthdate 27 May 1957
Age 65
4.
Name Milos Kolovic
Birthdate 30 May 1999
Age 23
5.
Name Ibro Miladin
Birthdate 30 May 1983
Age 39
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