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|Competitor for Slovenia|
|Gold||2012 London||–63 kg|
|Bronze||2004 Athens||–63 kg|
|Bronze||2005 Cairo||–63 kg|
|Bronze||2011 Paris||–63 kg|
|Gold||2009 Tbilisi||–63 kg|
|Silver||2007 Belgrade||–63 kg|
|Bronze||2008 Lisbon||–63 kg|
|Bronze||2011 Istanbul||–63 kg|
|Gold||2009 Pescara||–63 kg|
|Bronze||2005 Almeria||–63 kg|
|Military World Games|
|Gold||2003 Catania||–63 kg|
|Gold||2011 Rio de Janeiro||–63 kg|
She won the bronze medal in the half-middleweight (–63 kg) division at the 2004 Summer Olympics and gold medal at the 2012 Olympics in the same division. That makes her the most successful Slovenian judoka of all time.
She was the Slovenian flagbearer at the Beijing 2008 Olympics.
- "Athens 2004 - Judo - Women's -63 kg". www.olympic.org. IOC. Retrieved 19 February 2015.
- "London 2012 - Judo - Women's -63 kg". www.olympic.org. IOC. Retrieved 19 February 2015.
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