Slovenian Rowing Federation

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Slovenian Rowing Federation
Sport Rowing
Founded 1952
Affiliation FISA
Headquarters Zupanciceva 9, 4260 Bled, SI
President Denis Žvegelj
Board Members Darko Golob vp, Jošt Dolničar, dr. Peter Fajfar, Miloš Janša, Dušan Jurše, dr. Vladimir Meglič, Jože Osterman, Branko Pišlar, Slobodan Radujko,
Secretary Jernej Slivnik
Coach Miloš Janša
Official website
www.veslaska-zveza.si
Slovenia

The Slovenian Rowing Federation (Slovene: Veslaška zveza Slovenije) is the governing body of rowing in Slovenia. It is responsible for Slovenian national Rowing team, and organization of the international regattas, World Cup in Rowing, Bled 2010 and World Rowing Championships in Bled 2011.

The federation was formed in 1952. It is a member of the Slovenian Olympic Committee and the International Federation of Rowing Associations

It organized the World Rowing Championships on Bled in 1966, 1979, 1989, and will host it again in 2011

Presidents[edit]

  • Slobodan Radujko 1994–2004
  • Tomo Levovnik 2004–2009
  • Denis Žvegelj 2009–2013
  • Jošt Dolničar 2013-

Major achievements[edit]

Slovenian rowers have many international successes in World Rowing Championships, European Rowing Championships, Junior World Rowing Championships, U23 World Rowing Championships and Olympic Games

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