CROATIAN VERSION
YUGOSLAV WATER POLO NATIONAL TEAM
Vito Padovan was a member of Junior National Team of Yugoslavia and was awarded the gold medals in the European Championships in 1987 and 1988. As a member of Senior National Team, he awarded the gold medal in the World Championship in 1989, and the same year he won the silver medal in European Championship in Bonn.
Year 1991, Yugoslav National Team awarded the gold medals in the European and the World Championship.

1991. Perth, World Championship, gold medal
final game Yugoslavia - Spain   8:7
Aleksandar Sostar, Renco Posinkovic, Vaso Subotic, Goran Radjenovic, Mislav Bezmalinovic, Dubravko Simenc, Perica Bukic, Vitomir Padovan, Igor Milanovic, Anto Vasovic, Mirko Vicevic, Viktor Jelenic, Dusan Popovic
Head coach: Nikola Stamenic

1991. Athens, European Championship, gold medal
final game  Yugoslavia - Spain   11:10
Aleksandar Sostar, Milan Tadic, Viktor Jelenic, Igor Milanovic, Dusan Popovic, Vitomir Padovan, Mirko Vicevic, Nikola Ribic, Predrag Zimonjic, Vaso Subotic, Goran Radjenovic, Zeljko Vicevic, Dusan Cirkovic, Veljko Uskokovic 
Head coach: Nikola St
amenic

YUGOSLAV NATIONAL TEAM- MEDALS
OLYMPIC GAMES
GOLD
1968. Meksiko
1984. Los Angeles
1988. Seoul
SILVER
1952. Helsinki
1956. Melbourne
1964. Tokyo
1980. Moscow
BRONZE
2000. Sidney
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
GOLD
1986. Madrid
1991. Perth
SILVER
2001. Fukuoka
BRONZE
1973. Belgrade
1978. West Berlin
1988. Perth
EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
GOLD
1991. Athens
2001. Budapest

SILVER
1954. Torino
1962. Leipzig
1977. Jenceping
1985. Sofia

1987. Strasbourg
1989. Bonn
1997. Seville

BRONZE
1950. Vienna
1958. Budapest
1966. Utrecht
1970. Barcelona
1974. Vienna
UNIVERSIADES
GOLD
1959. Torino
1961. Sofia
1995. Fukuoka
SILVER
1985. Kobe
BRONZE

1979. Meksiko
1987. Zagreb


MEDITERRANEAN GAMES
GOLD
1959. Beirut
1967. Tunis
1971. Smirna
1979. Split
1983 Casablanca
1997. Barry

SILVER
1963. Napoli
1975. Algeria
1991. Athens

At the end of the success story of Yugoslav National Teams, it should be emphasized that the participation of the squads has been banned on international scene from 1992 to 1995, due to the UN sanction.

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