Croatian Olympic Committee

Croatian Olympic Committee

Croatian IOC Members

The Croatian Olympic Committee, the highest sports body in Croatia, was founded in Zagreb on 10 September 1991. The Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee led by its then President Juan Antonio Samaranch granted the Croatian Olympic Committee provisional recognition on 17 January 1992, thus including it in the Olympic family and making it possible for Croatian athletes to participate under the Croatian flag in the Olympic Winter Games in Albertville and in the Games of the Olympiad in Barcelona that very same year. The IOC granted the Croatian Olympic Committee outright recognition at its 101st Session, held in Monaco on 24 September 1993. Since 1995, the Croatian Olympic Committee has been marking 17 January, the date of the provisional recognition by the IOC, as the Great Day of Croatian Sport.

Croatian Olympic Committee Structure

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Zlatko Mateša

President of the Croatian Olympic Committee

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Josip Čop

Secretary General of the Croatian Olympic Committee

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Antun Vrdoljak

Member of the International Olympic Committee

Contact

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HR - 10 000 Zagreb | Trg Krešimira Ćosića 11
Tel: 385 1 365 96 66
Faks: 385 1 365 96 00
e-mail: hoo@hoo.hr

Administrative and Technical Services Department

The Administrative and Technical Services Department of the Croatian Olympic Committee performs management, expert, administrative and technical tasks related to sports, international sports relations and activities, and fulfills obligations set out by laws and regulations

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