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The Croatian Olympic Committee
Croatian Olympic Committee
(Croatian: Hrvatski olimpijski odbor (HOO)) is the non-profit organization representing Croatian athletes in the International Olympic Committee. The COC organizes Croatia's representatives at the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. It also organizes the Croatian contingent at smaller events such as the Mediterranean Games. In 2006, the COC organized the first Croatian World Games in Zadar. These games gather various groups of diaspora Croats against contingents from Croatia
Croatia
and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Contents

1 History 2 Presidents 3 Croatians in the International Olympic Committee 4 Executive committee 5 Member federations 6 See also 7 External links

History[edit] The Croatian Olympic Committee
Croatian Olympic Committee
was founded on 10 September 1991 in Zagreb. IOC
IOC
was temporally recognised Committee on 17 January 1992, which was entered way to Croatian athletes in the international olympic family. They are participate first time in Winter Olympics in Albertville
Albertville
and Summer Olympic Games
Summer Olympic Games
in Barcelona. Full recognised by the IOC
IOC
was on 24 September 1993.

Zlatko Mateša

Presidents[edit]

President Term

Antun Vrdoljak 1991–2000

Zdravko Hebel 2000–2002

Zlatko Mateša 2002–present

Croatians in the International Olympic Committee[edit]

Member Term

Franjo Bučar 1919–1927

Boris Bakrač 1961–1987

Antun Vrdoljak 1991–2000

Executive committee[edit] The 2016-2020 committee of the HOO is represented by:

President: Zlatko Mateša Vice Presidents: Damir Martin, Željko Jerkov, Sanda Čorak, Morana Paliković Gruden Members: Zlatko Taritaš, Stevo Tkalčec, Boris Mesarić, Željan Konsuo, Branimir Bašić, Miho Glavić, Marijan Hanžeković, Ivo-Goran Munivrana, Zrinko Gregurek, Damir Knjaz, Zvjezdana Tuma Pavlov

Member federations[edit] The Croatian National Federations are the organizations that coordinate all aspects of their individual sports. They are responsible for training, competition and development of their sports. There are currently 37 Olympic Summer and 7 Winter Sport Federations in Croatia.

National Federation Summer or Winter Headquarters

Croatian Archery Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Athletics Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Badminton Association Summer Zagreb

Croatian Baseball Association Summer Zagreb

Croatian Basketball Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Biathlon Federation Winter Zagreb

Croatian Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation Winter Split

Croatian Boxing Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Canoe Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Curling Federation Winter Zagreb

Croatian Cycling Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Diving Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Equestrian Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Fencing Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Football Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Gymnastics Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Golf Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Handball Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Hockey Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Ice Hockey Association Winter Zagreb

Croatian Judo Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Karate Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Long Distance Swimming Federation Summer Stari Grad

Croatian Luge Federation Winter Split

Croatian Modern Pentathlon Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Mountaineering Association Summer Zagreb

Croatian Roller Skating Association Summer Zagreb

Croatian Rowing Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Rugby Union Summer Zagreb

Croatian Sailing Federation Summer Split

Croatian Shooting Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Skating Federation Winter Zagreb

Croatian Ski Association Winter Zagreb

Croatian Softball Association Summer Zagreb

Croatian Swimming Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Synchronized Swimming Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Table Tennis Association Summer Zagreb

Croatian Taekwondo Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Tennis Association Summer Zagreb

Croatian Triathlon Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Volleyball Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Water Polo Federation Summer Zagreb

Croatian Weightlifting Federation Summer Split

Croatian Wrestling Association Summer Zagreb

See also[edit]

Croatia
Croatia
at the Olympics

External links[edit]

Official website (in Croatian)

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European Olympic Committees
European Olympic Committees
(EOC)

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Sports governing bodies in Croatia
Croatia
(CRO)

Summer Olympic Sports

Aquatics

Diving Swimming Synchronized Swimming Water polo

Archery Athletics Badminton Basketball Boxing Canoeing Cycling Equestrian Fencing Field hockey Football Golf Gymnastics Handball Judo Modern pentathlon Rugby 7's Rowing Sailing Shooting Table tennis Taekwondo Tennis Triathlon Volleyball

inc. Beach Volleyball

Weightlifting Wrestling

Winter Olympic Sports

Biathlon Bobsleigh Curling Skating (Figure, Speed & Short Track) Ice hockey Luge Skeleton Skiing (Alpine, Cross Country, Nordic Combined, Freestyle & Jumping) Snowboarding

Other IOC
IOC
Recognised Sports

Air sports Auto racing Bandy Baseball Billiard sports Boules Bowling Bridge Chess Cricket Dance sport Floorball Karate Korfball Lifesaving Motorcycle racing Mountaineering and Climbing Netball Orienteering Pelota Vasca Polo Powerboating Racquetball Roller sports Rugby Softball Sport climbing Squash Sumo Surfing Tug of war Underwater sports Water ski Wushu

Paralympic Sports

Others Sports

Rugby Union Rugby League

Croatian

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