Croatian Rowing Federation

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Croatian Rowing Federation
(HVS)
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Sport Rowing
Jurisdiction  Croatia
Founded November 4th 1939 (November 4th 1939)
Affiliation FISA
Affiliation date January 17, 1992
Headquarters Trg Krešimira Čosića 11, 10000 Zagreb
President Zdravko Jurčec
Vice president Juraj Gamulin
Vladimir Lasić
Secretary Zdravko Gajšak
Official website
www.veslanje.hr
Croatia

The Croatian Rowing Federation (Croatian: Hrvatski veslački savez) is the governing body of rowing in Croatia. It organizes the Croatian representation at international competitions and the Croatian national championships.

The federation was formed on November 4, 1939 in Zagreb.[1] It became a member of the Croatian Olympic Committee in 1991 and the International Federation of Rowing Associations in 1992.[1]

It organized the World Rowing Championships on Jarun in 2000.

Past Olympic Medalists[edit]

Medal Olympics Event Crew Members
Bronze 2000 Sidney Men's Eight Branimir Vujević, Igor Boraska, Nikša Skelin, Siniša Skelin, Krešimir Čuljak, Tomislav Smoljanović, Tihomir Franković, Igor Francetić, cox Silvijo Petriško
Silver 2004 Athens Men's Coxless pair Nikša Skelin, Siniša Skelin
Silver 2012 London Men's Quadruple scull Damir Martin, Martin Sinković, Valent Sinković, David Šain

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