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Franjo Bučar State Award for Sport

Franjo Bučar State Award for Sport (Croatian: Državna nagrada za šport "Franjo Bučar") is the highest recognition that Republic of Croatia gives for extraordinary achievements and contributions of remarkable meaning for the development of sport in Croatia.[1][2]

This award has been given since 1991. It came as successor of awards of SR Croatia: Majska nagrada fizičke kulture and Republička nagrada fizičke kulture.[3]

This award is given to professional and public workers in the area of sport, sportsmen, legal and physical entities the perform sports activity, as well as other entities whose work is meritorious for the development of sport.

It is named after Croatian writer and sports activist Franjo Bučar, person that popularized sport in Croatia in many ways.

Winners

Year Award for Life Achievement Yearly Award
1991
1992
  • Franjo Frntić
1993
  • Miljenko Finderle
  • Boris Lalić
  • Krsto Mesić
  • Milivoj Obad
  • Renco Posinković
  • Zoran Primorac
  • Suzana Skoko
  • Milan Tumara
  • ATP Tour Tournament Croatia Open Umag
1994
  • Herman Vukušić
1995
  • Rudolf Carek
  • Nikola Turk
1996
  • prof. dr. Milan Blašković
  • Marijan Malović
1997
  • Filip Ćurković
  • Zdravko Kovačević
1998
  • prof. dr Josip Marić
  • prof. dr Boris Volščanšek
1999
  • Ante Bućo
  • Miroslav Delaš
  • Zvonimir Konjević
  • Neven Kovačević
  • Gordan Kožulj
  • Lovro Manestar
  • Boris Polić
  • Paskval Skelin
  • Vinko Tomljanović
  • Ninoslav Saraga and Oliver Martinov (Men's Coxless Pair of Croatian national rowing team)
  • Croatia national Table Tennis team
  • Organising Committee 1999 Military World Games in Zagreb
2000
2001
  • prof. dr Zlatko Šimenc
  • mr sc. Slavko Podgorelec
  • Igor Čulin
  • Zdenko Jajčević
  • dr Dabiša Ježina
  • Branko Kenfelja-Vincek
  • Andro Knego
  • dr Tugomir Krmpotić
  • Ante Ledić
  • Zina Urlić
  • Tamara Boroš
  • Janica Kostelić
  • Croatian national handball team (deaf)
  • Table Tennis club Večernji list from Zagreb
2002
2003
  • prof. dr sc. Mate Bartoluci
  • Blaženka Birolla
  • Lino Červar
  • Antun Fijala
  • Ante Kostelić
  • Nikola Kristić
  • Marija Iveković
  • Branka Pereglin
  • Dino Rađa
  • Mihovil Rajević
  • Petar Skansi
  • Nataša Vezmar
2004
2005
  • Irislav Dolenec
  • Vicko Šoljan
  • Joško Berket
  • Ivan Fattorini
  • Radica Jurkin
  • Stjepan Korbar
  • Zlatko Kranjčar
  • Ivan Lovreković
  • Zvonimir Miloš Božikov
  • Jelica Pavličić–Štefančić
  • Dado Pršo
  • Robert Seligman
  • Mile Smodlaka
  • Table Tennis club Donat from Zadar
2006
  • Nikola Jurković
  • Stjepan Korbar
  • Veljko Rogošić
2007
2008
2009
  • Zdravko Baršnik
  • Ivan Janjić
  • Renato Vučetić
  • Vinko Bajrović
  • Vladimir Canjuga
  • Slavko Goluža
  • Erna Hawelka Rađenović
  • Duško Klisović
  • Fredi Kramer
  • Dražen Mađarević
  • Ruža Markešić
  • Nikola Perković
  • Zorislav Srebrić
  • Marko Strahija
  • Sport diving club Zadar
2010
  • Josip Čorak
  • Darko Dujmović
  • Velimir Kljaić (posthumously)
  • Swimming club Korčula
2011[4]
  • prim. dr. Ivan Fattorini
  • prof. dr. sc. Dragan Milanović
  • Vinko Tomljanović
  • Ozren Bonačić
  • Aldo Buršić
  • Ivo Dragić
  • Ivan Kljaković-Gašpić
  • prof. dr. sc. Igor Jukić
  • Lovre Kalašić
  • Ivan Laljak
  • Tina Mihelić
  • Duško Mrduljaš
  • Ana Zaninović
  • Lucija Zaninović
  • Union of Sport Associations of the City of Osijek

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