Yugoslavia at the 1980 Summer Olympics

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Yugoslavia at the
1980 Summer Olympics
Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg
IOC code YUG
NOC Yugoslav Olympic Committee
in Moscow
Competitors 164 (135 men, 28 women) in 17 sports
Flag bearer Matija Ljubek
Medals
Ranked 14th
Gold Silver Bronze Total
2 3 4 9
Summer Olympics appearances (overview)
Other related appearances
 Serbia (1912, 2008–)
 Croatia (1992–)
 Slovenia (1992–)
 Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992 S–)
 Independent Olympic Participants (1992 S)
 Macedonia (1996–)
 Serbia and Montenegro (1996–2006)
 Montenegro (2008–)
 Kosovo (2016–)

Athletes from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia competed at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, USSR. 164 competitors, 135 men and 28 women, took part in 69 events in 17 sports.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Medal Name Sport Event
 Gold Kačar, SlobodanSlobodan Kačar Boxing Men's Light Heavyweight
 Gold Knego, AndroAndro Knego
Branko Skroče
Dragan Kićanović
Dražen Dalipagić
Duje Krstulović
Krešimir Ćosić
Mihovil Nakić
Mirza Delibašić
Rajko Žižić
Ratko Radovanović
Željko Jerkov
Zoran Slavnić
Basketball Men's Team Competition
 Silver Pančić, ZoranZoran Pančić
Milorad Stanulov
Rowing Men's Double Sculls
 Silver Drljača, RadmilaRadmila Drljača
Katica Iles
Slavica Jeremić
Vesna Milošević
Vesna Radović
Rada Savić
Ana Titlić
Zorica Vojinović
Mirjana Ognjenović
Biserka Višnjić
Svetlana Anastasowski
Svetlana Dasić-Kitić
Mirjana Durica
Jasna Kolar-Merdan
Handball Women's Team Competition
 Silver Roje, ZoranZoran Roje
Milorad Krivokapić
Zoran Gopčević
Boško Lozica
Predrag Manojlović
Zoran Mustur
Milivoj Bebić
Damir Polić
Ratko Rudić
Slobodan Trifunović
Luka Vezilić
Water Polo Men's Team Competition
 Bronze Kovačević, RadomirRadomir Kovačević Judo Men's Heavyweight
 Bronze Sejdi, ŠabanŠaban Sejdi Wrestling Men's Freestyle Lightweight
 Bronze Celent, ZlatkoZlatko Celent
Duško Mrduljaš
Josip Reić
Rowing Men's Coxed Pairs
 Bronze Bećirspahić, MersadaMersada Bećirspahić
Mira Bjedov
Vesna Despotović
Vera Đurašković
Zorica Đurković
Jelica Komnenović
Biljana Majstorović
Vukica Mitić
Sanja Ožegović
Sofija Pekić
Jasmina Perazić
Marija Tonković
Basketball Women's Team Competition

Archery[edit]

In the second time the nation competed in Olympic archery, Yugoslavia again entered only one man. He came in eleventh place, missing a top eight finish by eight points.

Men's Individual Competition:

Athletics[edit]

Men's 200 metres

Men's 400 metres

  • Josip Alebić
    • Heat – 47.61
    • Quarterfinals – 46.60 (→ did not advance)

Men's 800 metres

  • Milovan Savić
    • Heat – 1:49.2
    • Semifinals – 1:47.6 (→ did not advance)

Men's 1,500 metres

  • Dragan Zdravković
    • Heat – 3:44.0
    • Semifinals – 3:43.4
    • Final – 3:43.1 (→ 9th place)

Men's 4x400 metres Relay

Men's 110 m Hurdles

Men's 400 m Hurdles

  • Rok Kopitar
    • Heat – 50.34
    • Semifinals – 50.55
    • Final – 49.67 (→ 5th place)

Men's High Jump

  • Vaso Komnenić
    • Qualification – 2.21 m
    • Final – 2.24 m (→ 6th place)

Men's Long Jump

Men's Triple Jump

Men's Shot Put

  • Vladimir Milic
    • Qualification – 20.56 m
    • Final – 20.07 m (→ 8th place)

Women's 1,500 metres

Women's High Jump

Basketball[edit]

Boxing[edit]

Men's Bantamweight (– 54 kg)


Men's Featherweight (– 57 kg)


Men's Lightweight (– 60 kg)


Men's Light-Welterweight (– 63,5 kg)


Men's Heavyweight (+ 81 kg)

Canoeing[edit]

Cycling[edit]

Four cyclists represented Yugoslavia in 1980.

Individual road race
Team time trial

Football[edit]

Men's team competition[edit]

PRELIMINARY ROUND (GROUP D)
July 21, 1980
Yugoslavia - Finland 2-0 (0-0) Dinamo Stadium, Minsk
July 23, 1980
Yugoslavia - Costa Rica 3-2 (2-1) Dinamo Stadium, Minsk
July 25, 1980
Yugoslavia - Iraq 1-1 (0-0) Dinamo Stadium, Minsk
FINAL STANDINGS GROUP D:
1. Yugoslavia          3 2 1 0 ( 6- 3) 5 *
2. Iraq                3 1 2 0 ( 4- 1) 4 *
3. Finland             3 1 1 1 ( 3- 2) 3
4. Costa Rica          3 0 0 3 ( 2- 9) 0
* Qualified for quarter-finals
QUARTER-FINALS
July 27, 1980
Yugoslavia - Algeria 3-0 (2-0) Dinamo Stadium, Minsk
SEMI-FINALS
July 29, 1980
Czechoslovakia - Yugoslavia 2-0 (2-0) Dynamo Stadium, Moscow
BRONZE MEDAL GAME
August 1, 1980 
Yugoslavia - Soviet Union 0-2 (0-0) Dynamo Stadium, Moscow

Handball[edit]

Men's team competition[edit]

Judo[edit]

Rowing[edit]

Sailing[edit]

Shooting[edit]

Swimming[edit]

Men's 200m Freestyle

Men's 1.500m Freestyle

Volleyball[edit]

Men's team competition[edit]

Water polo[edit]

Men's team competition[edit]

Weightlifting[edit]

Wrestling[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yugoslavia at the 1980 Moscow Summer Games". Sports Reference. Retrieved 4 May 2015. 

External links[edit]