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The IOC Trophy is the highest annual prize of the International Olympic Committee awarded to individuals from National Olympic Committees for outstanding merit in various areas of sport and the Olympic movement.  The IOC Trophy is awarded for a different area each year; the first Croatian eminent sports figure received one after the outright recognition of the Croatian Olympic Committee in 1993. 

 

1993 - Sport and Environment Trophy - Zeljko Poljak, Zagreb
1994 - Centennial Trophy - Antun Vrdoljak, Zagreb
1995 - Olympic Movement Unity Trophy - Slavko Podgorelec, Zagreb
1996 - Centennial Olympic Games Trophy - Matija Ljubek, Zagreb
1997 - Sport for All Trophy - Mirko Relac, Zagreb
1998 - Sports Ethics Trophy - Fabjan Cukelj, Split
1999 - Sport and Education Trophy - Vladimir Findak, Zagreb
2000 - Sport and Universality Trophy - Zdravko Hebel, Zagreb
2000 - Olympic Door of the Year 2000 Trophy - Ivica Racan, Zagreb
2003 - Sporting Excellence Trophy - Vinko Soljan, Stari Grad, Hvar
2004 - Sport and Media Trophy - Zarko Susic, Zagreb
2005 - Sport and Fair Play Trophy - Deni Zmak, Pula
2006 - Sport and Community Trophy - Zagreb Sports Association
2007 - Sport and Promotion of Olympism Trophy - Slavko Goluža
2009 - Sport and Fight against Doping Trophy - Božidar Fučkar
2010 - Sport inspiring Young People Throphy - Ivano Balić
2011 - Sport and Social Responsibility Throphy - Sportske novosti
2012 - Sport and Sustainable Development - Arhitektonski ured 3LHD
2013 - 150 years Pierre de Coubertin, Sport as a School of Life - Zdenko Jajčević
2014 - Sport and Art - Ante Guberina 
2015 - Sport and Innovation - Croatian Judo Federation - Project "Judo in schools"