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Slovenian Sportsperson of the Year

 

Slovenian Sportsperson of the Year

Slovenian Sportsman of the year and Slovenian Sportswoman of the year are annual awards presented on the base of Slovenian sports reporters' voting for the best sportsman and sportswomen of the previous year. The first awards were awarded in 1968. Until 1991 Slovenia was part of SFR Yugoslavia as Socialist Republic of Slovenia.

Contents

  • Winners 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Winners

Sport Sportswoman Year Sportsman Sport
Athletics Marijana Lubej 1968 Miroslav Cerar Artistic gymnastics
Athletics Nataša Urbančič 1969 Ivo Daneu Basketball
Athletics Nataša Urbančič 1970 Miroslav Cerar Artistic gymnastics
Athletics Nataša Urbančič 1971 Brane Oblak Football
Athletics Nataša Urbančič 1972 Danilo Pudgar Ski jumping
Athletics Nataša Urbančič 1973 Vinko Jelovac Basketball
Athletics Nataša Urbančič 1974 Vinko Jelovac Basketball
Tennis Mima Jaušovec 1975 Bojan Križaj Alpine skiing
Tennis Mima Jaušovec 1976 Borut Petrič Swimming
Tennis Mima Jaušovec 1977 Borut Petrič Swimming
Nine-pin bowling Ljuba Tkalčič 1978 Borut Petrič Swimming
Athletics Breda Lorenci 1979 Bojan Križaj Alpine skiing
Tennis Mima Jaušovec 1980 Bojan Križaj Alpine skiing
Alpine skiing Bojana Dornig 1981 Borut Petrič Swimming
Alpine skiing Andreja Leskovšek 1982 Bojan Križaj Alpine skiing
Athletics Lidija Lapajne 1983 Borut Petrič Swimming
Alpine skiing Mateja Svet 1984 Jure Franko Alpine skiing
Alpine skiing Mateja Svet 1985 Rok Petrovič Alpine skiing
Alpine skiing Mateja Svet 1986 Rok Petrovič Alpine skiing
Alpine skiing Mateja Svet 1987 Bojan Križaj Alpine skiing
Alpine skiing Mateja Svet 1988 Matjaž Debelak Ski jumping
Alpine skiing Mateja Svet 1989 Andrej Jelenc Whitewater slalom
Alpine skiing Mateja Svet 1990 Tomo Česen Alpinism
Alpine skiing Nataša Bokal 1991 Franci Petek Ski jumping
Nine-pin bowling Marika Kardinar 1992 Rajmond Debevec Shooting sports
Athletics Brigita Bukovec 1993 Igor Majcen Swimming
Athletics Britta Bilač 1994 Jure Košir Alpine skiing
Athletics Brigita Bukovec 1995 Iztok Čop Rowing
Athletics Brigita Bukovec 1996 Andraž Vehovar Whitewater slalom
Athletics Brigita Bukovec 1997 Primož Peterka Ski jumping
Athletics Brigita Bukovec 1998 Primož Peterka Ski jumping
Swimming Metka Šparovec 1999 Gregor Cankar Athletics
Alpine skiing Špela Pretnar 2000 Rajmond Debevec Shooting sports
Athletics Alenka Bikar 2001 Andrej Hauptman Road bicycle racing
Athletics Jolanda Čeplak 2002 Aljaž Pegan Artistic gymnastics
Athletics Jolanda Čeplak 2003 Dejan Košir Snowboarding
Athletics Jolanda Čeplak 2004 Vasilij Žbogar Sailing
Alpine skiing Tina Maze 2005 Mitja Petkovšek Artistic gymnastics
Cross-country skiing Petra Majdič 2006 Matic Osovnikar Athletics
Cross-country skiing Petra Majdič 2007 Primož Kozmus Athletics
Swimming Sara Isakovič 2008 Primož Kozmus Athletics
Cross-country skiing Petra Majdič 2009 Primož Kozmus Athletics
Alpine skiing Tina Maze 2010 Dejan Zavec Boxing
Alpine skiing Tina Maze 2011 Peter Kauzer Whitewater slalom
Judo Urška Žolnir 2012[1] Anže Kopitar Ice hockey
Alpine skiing Tina Maze 2013[2] Peter Prevc Ski jumping
Alpine skiing Tina Maze 2014 Peter Prevc Ski jumping

See also

References

  1. ^
  2. ^ http://www.rtvslo.si/sport/preostali-sporti/sportniki-leta-mazejeva-prevc-in-hokejska-reprezentanca/325393

External links

  • Slovenian sports reporters association
  • Rtvslo.si (in Slovenian)
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