Trajko Rajković

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Olympic medal record
Competitor for  Yugoslavia
Men's Basketball
Silver 1968 Mexico City National team
World Championship
Silver 1963 Rio de Janeiro National team
Gold 1970 Ljubljana National team
European Championships
Bronze 1963 Poland National team
Silver 1965 Russia National team
Silver 1969 Italy National team

Trajko Rajković (7 December 1937 – 27 May 1970) was a Yugoslavian basketball player. He was born in Leskovac, Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

During the time of Rajković’s performance on the national team, Yugoslavia won two European silvers (1965 and 1969) and one bronze (1963), one Olympic silver (1968) in Mexico City, and one World Championship gold (1970 - Ljubljana, Slovenia). He played 113 games for the national team.

Rajković died on 27 May 1970, just three days after winning the first World Championship gold medal for Yugoslavia on Sunday, 24 May. He was survived by his wife, Biljana, and son, Vladimir.[1]

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  1. ^ Sport u Jugoslaviji (Sport En Yugoslavie), Beograd 1980

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