Montenegro at the Olympics

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Montenegro was at the Olympic Games for the first time as an independent nation in 2008 at the Beijing Games. Before Montenegrin athletes were part of Serbia and Montenegro in 2004 and as part of Yugoslavia before that.

The National Olympic Committee for Montenegro is the Montenegrin Olympic Committee. It was formed in 2006 and recognized by the International Olympic Committee in 2007.

List of medalists[change | change source]

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Medal Games Team Names
22 Silver 1976 Montreal Men Žarko Varajić, Rajko Žižić
11 Gold 1980 Moscow Men Ratko Radovanović, Rajko Žižić
33 Bronze 1984 Los Angeles Men Ratko Radovanović, Rajko Žižić
22 Silver 1988 Seoul Men Žarko Paspalj, Zdravko Radulović
22 Silver 1996 Atlanta Men Žarko Paspalj

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Medal Games Team Names
22 Silver 1956 Melbourne Men Nikola Radović
33 Bronze 1984 Los Angeles Men Ljubomir Radanović

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Medal Games Team Names
11 Gold 1984 Los Angeles Women Svetlana Mugoša, Ljiljana Mugoša, Zorica Pavićević
11 Gold 1984 Los Angeles Men Veselin Vujović
33 Bronze 1988 Seoul Men Veselin Vujović
22 Silver 2012 London Women's tournament women's national handball team, MontenegroMontenegro women's national handball team

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Medal Games Team Names
33 Bronze 1996 Atlanta Men Vladimir Batez, Goran Vujević
11 Gold 2000 Sydney Men Vladimir Batez, Goran Vujević, Igor Vušurović

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Medal Games Team Names
22 Silver 1952 Helsinki Men Boško Vuksanović
22 Silver 1956 Melbourne Men Boško Vuksanović
22 Silver 1964 Tokyo Men Boris Čukvas, Milan Muškatirović, Božidar Stanišić
11 Gold 1968 Mexico City Men Dejan Dabović, Đorđe Perišić
22 Silver 1980 Moscow Men Milivoj Bebić, Zoran Gopčević, Milorad Krivokapić, Zoran Mustur
11 Gold 1984 Los Angeles Men Milorad Krivokapić, Andrija Popović
11 Gold 1988 Seoul Men Igor Gočanin, Mirko Vičević
33 Bronze 2000 Sydney Men Veljko Uskoković, Nenad Vukanić
22 Silver 2004 Athens Men Vladimir Gojković, Predrag Jokić

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