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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 365 days of judo
Judoka
 
Larisa Ceric 1 0 1
Nikola Pljevaljcic 1 0 0
Andjela Samardzic 1 0 0
Aleksandra Samardzic 0 1 0
Toni Miletic 0 1 0
Last results
Judo event Type Place Date
1 Junior European Cup Sarajevo IJFJun Sarajevo 2 Mar 2024
2 European Open Sarajevo WCup Sarajevo 16 Sep 2023
3 European Cup East Sarajevo ECup East Sarajevo 20 May 2023
4 Junior European Cup Sarajevo IJFJun Sarajevo 18 Mar 2023
5 European U23 Championships Sarajevo EJU23 Sarajevo 28 Oct 2022
1.
Judo event Junior European Cup Sarajevo
Type IJFJun
Place Sarajevo
Date 2 Mar 2024
2.
Judo event European Open Sarajevo
Type WCup
Place Sarajevo
Date 16 Sep 2023
3.
Judo event European Cup East Sarajevo
Type ECup
Place East Sarajevo
Date 20 May 2023
4.
Judo event Junior European Cup Sarajevo
Type IJFJun
Place Sarajevo
Date 18 Mar 2023
5.
Judo event European U23 Championships Sarajevo
Type EJU23
Place Sarajevo
Date 28 Oct 2022
Birthdays
Name Birthdate Age
1 Fedja Ramic 4 Mar 1999 25 years
2 Muris Ismailovic 5 Mar 1995 29 years
3 Mustafa Jatic 6 Mar 1993 31 years
4 Selma Ograsevic 8 Mar 1996 28 years
5 Stefan Cavic 10 Mar 1997 27 years
1.
Name Fedja Ramic
Birthdate 4 Mar 1999
Age 25
2.
Name Muris Ismailovic
Birthdate 5 Mar 1995
Age 29
3.
Name Mustafa Jatic
Birthdate 6 Mar 1993
Age 31
4.
Name Selma Ograsevic
Birthdate 8 Mar 1996
Age 28
5.
Name Stefan Cavic
Birthdate 10 Mar 1997
Age 27