Snežana Pantić

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Snežana Pantić
Medal record
Women's karate
Representing  Yugoslavia
World Championships
Gold medal – first place 2002 Madrid Kumite open
European Championships
Bronze medal – third place 1999 Euboea Kumite -60 kg
Silver medal – second place 2000 Istanbul Kumite team
Mediterranean Games
Bronze medal – third place 2001 Tunis Kumite -60 kg
Representing  Serbia and Montenegro
World Games
Gold medal – first place 2005 Duisburg Kumite -60 kg
European Championships
Silver medal – second place 2002 Tallinn Kumite team
Silver medal – second place 2003 Bremen Kumite team
Silver medal – second place 2004 Moscow Kumite -60 kg
Silver medal – second place 2005 Tenerife Kumite open
Bronze medal – third place 2004 Moscow Kumite open
Mediterranean Games
Gold medal – first place 2005 Almería Kumite -60 kg
Representing  Serbia
World Championships
Bronze medal – third place 2006 Tampere Kumite open
European Championships
Gold medal – first place 2006 Stavanger Kumite open
Bronze medal – third place 2006 Stavanger Kumite team

Snežana Pantić (née Perić) (Serbian Cyrillic: Снежана Пантић; born 18 June 1978 in Zrenjanin, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian professional karate competitor and the most successful Serbian female karateka. She resides in Belgrade. At 172 cm and 57 kg, Pantić was one of the best world karate competitor.

She has attracted much attention in Serbian media for her appealing looks and her marriage with former FK Partizan goalkeeper Đorđe Pantić. They got married 2006. after the end of her sports career and have daughter, named Manja. Currently, Snezana Pantic is the member of Athlete Commission in World Karate Federation.

Achievements[edit]

2006 results[edit]

  • 1st place European Championships (Stavanger, Norway), open category
  • 3rd place European Championships (Stavanger, Norway), team
  • 3rd place World Championships (Tampere, Finland), open category

2005 results[edit]

  • 1st place Mediterranean Games (Almería, Spain),-60 kg category
  • 2nd place European championships (Tenerife, Spain) open category
  • 1st place World Games (Duisburg, Germany) -60 kg category

2004 results[edit]

  • 2nd place European Championships (Moscow, Russia) -60 kg category
  • 3rd place European Championships (Moscow, Russia) open category
  • 2nd place University World Championships (Belgrade, Serbia)

2003 results[edit]

  • 2nd place European Championships, team, (Bremen, Germany)
  • 1st place Yugoslavian Championships, open category
  • 1st place European Club Championships with karate club "Dijamant" (Oviedo, Spain)

2002 results[edit]

  • 1st place World Championships (Madrid, Spain), open category
  • 2nd place European Championships (Tallinn, Estonia), team
  • 3rd place Mediterranean Championships (Rijeka, Croatia) -60 kg category
  • 3rd place University World Championships (Puebla, Mexico) -60 kg category
  • 2nd place University World Championships (Puebla, Mexico), team
  • 1st place European Club Championships,with karate club "Dijamant" (Giör, Hungary)

2001 results[edit]

  • 2nd place European Club Championships,with karate club "Dijamant" (Istanbul, Turkey)
  • 3rd place Mediterranean Games, (Tunis, Tunis), -60 kg category

2000 results[edit]

  • 1st place Yugoslavian Championship, -60 kg category
  • 2nd place University World Championship, Kyoto, [Japan],team
  • 2nd place European Championships (Istanbul, Turkey) team

1999 results[edit]

  • 1st place Yugoslavian Championships, -60 kg and open category
  • 3rd place European Championships (Chalkida, Greece), -60 kg category

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