Slovenia at the Olympics

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Slovenia at the
Olympics
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IOC code SLO
NOC Slovenian Olympic Committee
Website www.olympic.si (in Slovene) (in English)
Medals
Gold Silver Bronze Total
7 12 19 38
Summer appearances
Winter appearances
Other related appearances
 Austria (1912)
 Yugoslavia (1920–1988)

Slovenia first participated as an independent nation at the Olympic Games at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France, and the country has sent athletes to compete at every Games since then.[1] The Slovenian Olympic Committee was established in 1991 and was recognised by the International Olympic Committee on 5 February 1992.[2]

Slovenian athletes first competed at the Olympics in Stockholm, at the 1912 Summer Olympics, as part of the Austrian team. There, Rudolf Cvetko became the first Slovene to win an Olympic medal, a silver in the men's team sabre.[3] Then, until Slovenia's independence, they competed as part of Yugoslavia. Before the Second World War, all of the Olympic medals for the Kingdom of Yugoslavia were won by Slovene gymnasts (with the exception of Croatian Dragutin Ciotti who was a member of the bronze medal winning men's gymnastics all-around team at the 1928 Summer Olympics).[4] Leon Štukelj was the most prominent pre-war athlete, winning three gold, one silver, and two bronze medals, and he is still the most decorated Slovenian Olympian.[5] Among post-war Olympians, Miroslav Cerar won two gold and one bronze medals, also in gymnastics. All of Yugoslavia's Winter Olympic medals (three silver and one bronze) were won by Slovenians with the first being the silver medal of Jure Franko in alpine skiing, won at the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, when Yugoslavia hosted the Games.

Athletes representing Slovenia have won a total of 23 medals at the Summer Olympic Games and another 15 at the Winter Olympic Games.[1] Slovenia's most successful Summer Olympics as of 2016 have been the 2000 Summer Olympics where they won two gold medals and the 2008 Summer Olympics where they won five medals overall, including one gold. The most successful winter games were the 2014 Winter Olympics, where Slovenian athletes won a record eight medals, including two gold. Tina Maze (alpine skiing) and Iztok Čop (Rowing) are the most decorated post-independence Slovenian Olympians, with four medals each. The shooter Rajmond Debevec has competed at the Olympics eight times as of 2016. He competed between 1984 and 2012, representing Yugoslavia for his first two appearances.[6] Track and field athlete Merlene Ottey competed at the Olympics seven times between 1980 and 2004. In her first six appearances, she was representing Jamaica, for whom she won nine medals, the seventh time she represented Slovenia.[7] Debevec is the oldest medallist and the oldest Slovenian participant at the Olympics, having won his last medal at the age of 49 in 2012. The youngest participant from Slovenia was Nastja Govejšek, a swimmer, who was 15 at the 2012 games.[1] The youngest Olympic medallist for Slovenia has been alpine skier Alenka Dovžan, who was 18 years old when she competed at the 1994 Winter Olympics.[8] Slovenian athletes have won medals in seven sports at the Summer and in five sports at the Winter Games. The most successful sport for Slovenia at the Summer Olympics is judo with five medals (two gold) while the most successful sport at the Winter Olympics is alpine skiing with seven medals (two gold). In team sports, the national teams have participated three times in handball and once in ice hockey,[9][10] and the ice hockey team has already qualified for the tournament at the 2018 Winter Olympics.[11] With a population of 2 million, Slovenia often finds itself among countries with the highest medal-per-capita rankings.[12][13][14][15]

Medal tables

List of medalists

Summer Games

Rajmond Debevec competed at the Olympics eight times and won three medals, including one gold.
Medal Name Games Sport Event
 Bronze CopIztok Čop
Denis Žvegelj
Spain 1992 Barcelona Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing Men's coxless pair[16]
 Bronze Janša, MilanMilan Janša
Janez Klemenčič
Sašo Mirjanič
Sadik Mujkić
Spain 1992 Barcelona Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing Men's coxless four[17]
 Silver Bukovec, BrigitaBrigita Bukovec United States 1996 Atlanta Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Women's 100 metre hurdles[18]
 Silver Vehovar, AndražAndraž Vehovar United States 1996 Atlanta Canoeing (flatwater) pictogram.svg Canoeing Men's K-1 slalom[19]
 Gold CopIztok Čop
Luka Špik
Australia 2000 Sydney Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing Men's double sculls[20]
 Gold Debevec, RajmondRajmond Debevec Australia 2000 Sydney Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting Men's 50 metre rifle 3 positions[21]
 Silver CopIztok Čop
Luka Špik
Greece 2004 Athens Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing Men's double sculls[22]
 Bronze CeplakJolanda Čeplak Greece 2004 Athens Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Women's 800 metres[23]
 Bronze ZolnirUrška Žolnir Greece 2004 Athens Judo pictogram.svg Judo Women's half-middleweight[24]
 Bronze ZbogarVasilij Žbogar Greece 2004 Athens Sailing pictogram.svg Sailing Men's Laser class[25]
 Gold Kozmus, PrimožPrimož Kozmus China 2008 Beijing Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Men's hammer throw[26]
 Silver Žbogar, VasilijVasilij Žbogar China 2008 Beijing Sailing pictogram.svg Sailing Men's laser class[27]
 Silver Isaković, SaraSara Isaković China 2008 Beijing Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming Women's 200 metre freestyle[28]
 Bronze PolavderLucija Polavder China 2008 Beijing Judo pictogram.svg Judo Women's half-heavyweight[29]
 Bronze Debevec, RajmondRajmond Debevec China 2008 Beijing Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting Men's 50 m rifle three positions[30]
 Gold ZolnirUrška Žolnir United Kingdom 2012 London Judo pictogram.svg Judo Women's half-middleweight[31]
 Silver Kozmus, PrimožPrimož Kozmus United Kingdom 2012 London Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Men's hammer throw[32]
 Bronze CopIztok Čop
Luka Špik
United Kingdom 2012 London Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing Men's double sculls[33]
 Bronze Debevec, RajmondRajmond Debevec United Kingdom 2012 London Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting Men's 50 m rifle prone[34]
 Gold Trstenjak, TinaTina Trstenjak Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro Judo pictogram.svg Judo Women's half-middleweight[35]
 Silver Kauzer, PeterPeter Kauzer Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro Canoeing (flatwater) pictogram.svg Canoeing Men's slalom K-1[36]
 Silver Žbogar, VasilijVasilij Žbogar Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro Sailing pictogram.svg Sailing Men's Finn[37]
 Bronze Velenšek, AnamariAnamari Velenšek Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro Judo pictogram.svg Judo Women's half-heavyweight[38]

Winter Games

Tina Maze won four Olympic medals, including two gold.
Medal Name Games Sport Event
 Bronze Dovžan, AlenkaAlenka Dovžan Norway 1994 Lillehammer Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Women's combined[39]
 Bronze Košir, JureJure Košir Norway 1994 Lillehammer Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Men's slalom[40]
 Bronze Koren, KatjaKatja Koren Norway 1994 Lillehammer Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Women's slalom[41]
 Bronze Fras, DamjanDamjan Fras
Robert Kranjec
Primož Peterka
Peter Žonta
United States 2002 Salt Lake City Ski jumping pictogram.svg Ski jumping Men's team (K120)[42]
 Silver Maze, TinaTina Maze Canada 2010 Vancouver Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Women's super-G[43]
 Silver Maze, TinaTina Maze Canada 2010 Vancouver Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Women's giant slalom[44]
 Bronze Majdič, PetraPetra Majdič Canada 2010 Vancouver Cross country skiing pictogram.svg Cross-country skiing Women's sprint[45]
 Gold Maze, TinaTina Maze Russia 2014 Sochi Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Women's downhill[46]
 Gold Maze, TinaTina Maze Russia 2014 Sochi Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Women's giant slalom[47]
 Silver Prevc, PeterPeter Prevc Russia 2014 Sochi Ski jumping pictogram.svg Ski jumping Men's normal hill individual[48]
 Silver Košir, ŽanŽan Košir Russia 2014 Sochi Snowboarding pictogram.svg Snowboarding Men's parallel slalom[49]
 Bronze Fabjan, VesnaVesna Fabjan Russia 2014 Sochi Cross country skiing pictogram.svg Cross-country skiing Women's sprint[50]
 Bronze Gregorin, TejaTeja Gregorin Russia 2014 Sochi Biathlon pictogram.svg Biathlon Women's pursuit[51]
 Bronze Prevc, PeterPeter Prevc Russia 2014 Sochi Ski jumping pictogram.svg Ski jumping Men's large hill individual[52]
 Bronze Košir, ŽanŽan Košir Russia 2014 Sochi Snowboarding pictogram.svg Snowboarding Men's parallel giant slalom[53]

Multiple medal winners

Athlete Sex Sport Years Games Gold Silver Bronze Total
Maze, TinaTina Maze F Alpine skiing 2002–2014 Winter 2 2 0 4
CopIztok Čop M Rowing 1992–2012 Summer 1 1 2 4
SpikLuka Špik M Rowing 2000–2012 Summer 1 1 1 3
Kozmus, PrimožPrimož Kozmus M Athletics 2000–2012 Summer 1 1 0 2
Debevec, RajmondRajmond Debevec M Shooting 1984–2012 Summer 1 0 2 3
ZolnirUrška Žolnir F Judo 2004–2012 Summer 1 0 1 2
ZbogarVasilij Žbogar M Sailing 2000–2016 Summer 0 2 1 3
Prevc, PeterPeter Prevc M Ski jumping 2010–2014 Winter 0 1 1 2
Košir, ŽanŽan Košir M Snowboarding 2010–2014 Winter 0 1 1 2

This list only contains Olympic medal winners for Slovenia as an independent country. Among listed medalists, Sadik Mujkić also won two Olympic medals, one of which was a bronze at the 1988 Summer Olympics for Yugoslavia.

List of pre-independence Slovenian medalists

This list contains Olympic medals won by Slovenian athletes before Slovenia started to participate as an independent country in 1992.[54] The list includes both athletes who won individual medals and athletes who won medals as part of the team. Rudolf Cvetko won a medal as a member of Austrian team. All other athletes won medals for Yugoslavia, which corresponded to Kingdom of Yugoslavia for the Games from 1920 to 1936 and Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 1948 to 1988. Stojna Vangelovska, a Macedonian basketball player who won silver with women's team at the 1988 Seoul Olympics,[54][55] and Vinko Jelovac, a basketball player born in Croatia who won silver with men's team at the 1976 Montreal Olympics,[56] are sometimes included to lists of Slovenian mealists.[54] Both spent important parts of their careers playing for Slovenian clubs. Vangelovska played at Ljubljana's ŽKD Ježica[57] and Jelovac at Ljubljana's KK Olimpija. Jelovac was also twice chosen as Slovenian Sportsman of the Year in the 1970s.[58] After the breakup of Yugoslavia, handball player Iztok Puc first played for the Croatian men's team, winning gold at the 1996 Summer Olympics, and later for Slovenian national team, thus becoming the only handball player to have represented three different teams at the Olympics.[59]

Summer Games

Leon Štukelj was the most prominent pre-independence Slovenian athlete, winning six Olympic medals, including three gold.
Medal Name Games Sport Event
 Silver Cvetko, RudolfRudolf Cvetko Sweden 1912 Stockholm Fencing pictogram.svg Fencing Men's team sabre[60]
 Gold StukeljLeon Štukelj France 1924 Paris Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's individual all-around[61]
 Gold StukeljLeon Štukelj France 1924 Paris Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's horizontal bar[62]
 Gold StukeljLeon Štukelj Netherlands 1928 Amsterdam Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's rings[63]
 Silver Primožič, JosipJosip Primožič Netherlands 1928 Amsterdam Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's parallel bars[64]
 Bronze StukeljLeon Štukelj Netherlands 1928 Amsterdam Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's individual all-around[65]
 Bronze Derganc, StaneStane Derganc Netherlands 1928 Amsterdam Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's vault[66]
 Bronze Antosiewicz, EdvardEdvard Antosiewicz
Stane Derganc
Boris Gregorka
Anton Malej
Janez Porenta
Josip Primožič
Leon Štukelj
Netherlands 1928 Amsterdam Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's team[67]
 Silver StukeljLeon Štukelj Germany 1936 Berlin Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's rings[68]
 Gold Cerar, MiroslavMiroslav Cerar Japan 1964 Tokyo Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's pommel horse[69]
 Bronze Cerar, MiroslavMiroslav Cerar Japan 1964 Tokyo Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's horizontal bar[70]
 Gold Cerar, MiroslavMiroslav Cerar Mexico 1968 Mexico City Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's pommel horse[71]
 Silver Daneu, IvoIvo Daneu
Aljoša Žorga
Mexico 1968 Mexico City Basketball pictogram.svg Basketball Men's team[72]
 Gold Cuderman, AlenkaAlenka Cuderman United States 1984 Los Angeles Handball pictogram.svg Handball Women's team[73]
 Gold Pušnik, RolandoRolando Pušnik United States 1984 Los Angeles Handball pictogram.svg Handball Men's team[74]
 Bronze Katanec, SrečkoSrečko Katanec
Marko Elsner
United States 1984 Los Angeles Football pictogram.svg Football Men's team[75]
 Silver Dornik, PolonaPolona Dornik South Korea 1988 Seoul Basketball pictogram.svg Basketball Women's team[76]
 Silver Zdovc, JureJure Zdovc South Korea 1988 Seoul Basketball pictogram.svg Basketball Men's team[77]
 Bronze Mujkić, SadikSadik Mujkić
Bojan Prešern
South Korea 1988 Seoul Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing Men's coxlees pair[78]
 Bronze Puc, IztokIztok Puc
Rolando Pušnik
South Korea 1988 Seoul Handball pictogram.svg Handball Men's team[79]

Winter Games

Medal Name Games Sport Event
 Silver Franko, JureJure Franko Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1984 Sarajevo Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Men's giant slalom[80]
 Silver Debelak, MatjažMatjaž Debelak
Miran Tepeš
Primož Ulaga
Matjaž Zupan
Canada 1988 Calgary Ski jumping pictogram.svg Ski jumping Team large hill[81]
 Silver Svet, MatejaMateja Svet Canada 1988 Calgary Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Women's slalom[82]
 Bronze Debelak, MatjažMatjaž Debelak Canada 1988 Calgary Ski jumping pictogram.svg Ski jumping Large hill individual[83]

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External links

  • Slovenian Olympic Committee information
  • List of Slovenian results and medalists by the International Olympic Committee
  • International Olympic Committee list of Slovenian Olympic medal winners
  • Sports Reference summary of Slovenian Olympic results
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