Velimir Stjepanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Велимир Стјепановић; born on 7 August 1993) is a Serbian swimmer, member of Hamilton Aquatics.
Born in Belgrade, to Serbian parents, he chose to represent Serbia in the international swimming competitions. The Serbian youngster started swimming when he was barely six, but that was more for fitness. However, by the time he was 12 his path crossed with that of coach Chris Tidey, who had relocated to Dubai from Cambridge. After a brief six-month training regimen under Tidey, Stjepanović won his first medal, a bronze, at a competition in England. He also studied in one of GEMS schools. "Chris convinced me that I could be a really good swimmer and that's where my career took off as I started believing in myself and what I could achieve," Stjepanović said. His family was the mother of Ana, father of Milan's brother Aleksandar, grandfather Velimir, and cousin Nikola Todić. His doctor Marko Bukvić.
Stjepanović competed at the 2012 European Aquatics Championships and took 5th place in Men's 200m Butterfly Final. At the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, he finished 6th of Men's 200m Butterfly Final. In the preliminary round he broke the Serbian national record and qualified for the semi finals with the 3rd time overall.