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Svetlana Kitić (Serbian Cyrillic: Светлана Китић, born June 7, 1960 in Tuzla, SR Bosnia-Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia) is a retired Yugoslav and Bosnian Serb handball player who competed in the 1980 Summer Olympics and in the 1984 Summer Olympics for Yugoslavia, and was part of the Bosnian national team in the early 2000s.
Late in her career Kitić returned to her homeland Bosnia and Herzegovina after the war, and simultaneously coached and played for Sarajevo based handball club Željezničar and later for Jedinstvo, club from her hometown Tuzla and where she started professional career in handball as 16-year-old girl. It is interesting regarding Jedinstvo from Tuzla is that she played together with her oldest daughter Mara Kitić on Jedinstvo's first team. In 2002 she entered Bosnian women's national handball team which took part in qualifications for 2003 World Championship in Zagreb. Bosnia with Kitić reached the barrage but failed to qualify. After that Kitić took the role of Director of Bosnian women's national handball team and served between 2006 and 2008.
In 1980 she won the silver medal with the Yugoslav team. She played all five matches and scored 29 goals. Four years later she won the gold medal as member of the Yugoslav team. She played all five matches and scored 22 goals. In all her representative career she played 202 matches and scored the incredible number of 911 goals. She was voted World Player of the Year 1988 by the International Handball Federation.
She was previously married to a former Bosnian football player Blaž Slišković. After four months they divorced and she married Dragan Dašić, but divorced him after four years of marriage. Kitić is the mother of three adult children.
- "Svetlana Kitić: Najbolja rukometašica svih vremena". Svijet Rukometa (in Bosnian). Svijet Rukometa/Oslobodjenje. Retrieved 26 November 2014.
- "U Tuzli promovisana knjiga o najboljoj rukometašici". SportSport.ba (in Bosnian). October 2013. Retrieved 26 November 2014.
- Svetlana Kitić za "Ginisa"
- "Previous World Handball Players". International Handball Federation. Retrieved 2009-01-21.
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