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|Competitor for Croatia|
|European Championships (SC)|
|Bronze||1996 Rostock||200 m medley|
|Silver||1997 Bari||400 m medley|
|Bronze||1997 Bari||200 m medley|
Krešimir Čač (born January 12, 1976 in Zagreb) is a butterfly and medley swimmer from Croatia, who competed in three consecutive Summer Olympics for his native country, starting in 1996. He retired from swimming in 2008.
- "EP plivanje: Oproštaj Kožulja, Strahije, Čača, Maškovića i Marinović" [EP Swimming: Farewell Kožulja, Strahije, Čača, Maškovića i Marinović]. Slobodna Dalmacija (in Croatian). 2008-12-14.
- "News article". Vjesnik (in Croatian). 1999-07-28.[dead link]
- "Nikša Roki oborio hrvatski rekord i ostao bez polufinala" [Nikša Roki breaks Croatian record but loses semifinal]. Sportske novosti (in Croatian). 2008-08-09.
- Krešimir Čač's profile at sports-reference.com
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