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Yugoslavia at the 1976 Montréal Summer Games

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Host City: Montréal, Canada (July 18, 1976 to August 1, 1976)
Opening Ceremony: July 17, 1976
Closing Ceremony: August 1, 1976

Events for Yugoslavia: 52 in 14 sports
Participants for Yugoslavia: 88 (83 men and 5 women)
Youngest Participant for Yugoslavia: Borut Petrič (15 years, 142 days)
Oldest Participant for Yugoslavia: Franc Peternel (43 years, 256 days)
Most Medals for Yugoslavia (Athlete): Matija Ljubek (2 medals)

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88 Athletes

Rk Athlete Gender Age Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Matija Ljubek Male 22 Canoeing 1 1 2
2 Momir Petković Male 22 Wrestling 1 1
3 Krešimir Ćosić Male 27 Basketball 1 1
4 Dražen Dalipagić Male 24 Basketball 1 1
5 Mirza Delibašić Male 22 Basketball 1 1
6 Ivica Frgić Male 23 Wrestling 1 1
7 Blagoja Georgievski Male 25 Basketball 1 1
8 Vinko Jelovac Male 27 Basketball 1 1
9 Željko Jerkov Male 22 Basketball 1 1
10 Tadija Kačar Male 20 Boxing 1 1
11 Dragan Kićanović Male 21 Basketball 1 1
12 Andro Knego Male 19 Basketball 1 1
13 Zoran Slavnić Male 26 Basketball 1 1
14 Damir Šolman Male 26 Basketball 1 1
15 Žarko Varajić Male 24 Basketball 1 1
16 Rajko Žižić Male 21 Basketball 1 1
17 Slavko Obadov Male 28 Judo 1 1
18 Ace Rusevski Male 19 Boxing 1 1
19 Jozo Alebić Male 29 Athletics
20 Dušan Antunović Male 29 Water Polo
21 Abas Arslanagić Male 31 Handball
22 Siniša Belamarić Male 29 Water Polo
23 Marijan Beneš Male 25 Boxing
24 Vlado Bojovič Male 24 Handball
25 Ozren Bonačić Male 34 Water Polo
26 Milan Butorac Male 23 Rowing
27 Zlatko Celent Male 23 Rowing
28 Dejan Dabović Male 31 Water Polo
29 Risto Darlev Male 21 Wrestling
30 Zdravko Divjak Male 20 Swimming
31 Minski Fabris Male 34 Sailing
32 Ðurđa Fočić Female 27 Athletics
33 Radojka Francoti Female 23 Athletics
34 Vlado Fumić Male 20 Cycling
35 Vinko Galušić Male 22 Athletics
36 Janoš Hegediš Male 21 Athletics
37 Hrvoje Horvat Male 30 Handball
38 Snežana Hrepevnik Female 27 Athletics
39 Ivan Ivančić Male 38 Athletics
40 Dušan Janićijević Male 21 Athletics
41 Zoran Kačić Male 22 Water Polo
42 Milorad Karalić Male 30 Handball
43 Radomir Kovačević Male 22 Judo
44 Radivoj Krivokapić Male 22 Handball
45 Boško Lozica Male 23 Water Polo
46 Darko Majstorović Male 30 Rowing
47 Predrag Manojlović Male 24 Water Polo
48 Miloš Marković Male 29 Water Polo
49 Uroš Marović Male 30 Water Polo
50 Zdravko Miljak Male 25 Handball
51 Nenad Miloš Male 21 Swimming
52 Predrag Miloš Male 21 Swimming
53 Stanko Miloš Male 23 Rowing
54 Zdravko Milutinović Male 25 Shooting
55 Duško Mrduljaš Male 24 Rowing
56 Željko Nimš Male 26 Handball
57 Darko Nišavić Male 24 Wrestling
58 Zoran Pančić Male 22 Rowing
59 Radislav Pavićević Male 24 Handball
60 Jelica Pavličić Female 22 Athletics
61 Srećko Pejović Male 23 Shooting
62 Desanka Pešut Female 34 Shooting
63 Franc Peternel Male 43 Shooting
64 Borut Petrič Male 15 Swimming
65 Branislav Pokrajac Male 29 Handball
66 Damir Polić Male 23 Water Polo
67 Milosav Popović Male 23 Boxing
68 Nebojša Popović Male 29 Handball
69 Bojan Postružnik Male 24 Archery
70 Zdravko Rađenović Male 23 Handball
71 Bratislav Ristić Male 22 Boxing
72 Kiro Ristov Male 23 Wrestling
73 Bojan Ropret Male 23 Cycling
74 Siniša Rutešić Male 15 Rowing
75 Fazlija Šaćirović Male 19 Boxing
76 Milovan Savić Male 23 Athletics
77 Ðuro Savinović Male 26 Water Polo
78 Šaban Sejdi Male 17 Wrestling
79 Zvonimir Serdarušić Male 25 Handball
80 Miroslav Šipek Male 28 Shooting
81 Nenad Stekić Male 25 Athletics
82 Luciano Sušanj Male 27 Athletics
83 Danial Temim Male 21 Athletics
84 Predrag Timko Male 26 Handball
85 Ivan Vidmajer Male 26 Judo
86 Dragan Vujković Male 23 Boxing
87 Zdenko Zorko Male 25 Handball
88 Goran Žuvela Male 27 Judo

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