Nenad Manojlović

Nenad Manojlović (Serbian: Ненад Манојловић; March 25, 1954 – November 24, 2014) was a Yugoslav and Serbian water polo player and manager. As manager of Yugoslavian national water polo team,[1] Manojlović won silver and bronze medals in the Summer Olympics in Athens 2004 and Sydney 2000, silver and bronze medals in the World Championships 2001 in Fukuoka and 2003 in Barcelona and gold medals in the European championships 2001 in Budapest and 2003 in Kranj.

Manojlović died on November 24, 2014, while being on the way to Sofia where he was to participate in the professional seminar.[2]

Nenad Manojlović
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Manojlović in July 2006
Personal information
Native nameНенад Манојловић
NationalityYugoslav / Serbian
BornMarch 25, 1954
Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
DiedNovember 24, 2014 (aged 60)
Sport
SportWater polo

References

  1. ^ "Hungary starts as favorite, despite Manojlovic's prediction". AP Worldstream. Associated Press. 14 August 2004. Retrieved 30 May 2010.
  2. ^ "Preminuo Nenad Manojlović". b92.net (in Serbian). Retrieved 24 November 2014.
2001 Men's European Water Polo Championship squads

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2002 FINA Men's Water Polo World Cup

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The FINA Cup in Belgrade decided which teams qualified directly to the 2003 World Aquatics Championships in Barcelona, Spain from July 13 to July 27, 2003. Russia and Hungary, as well as the host Spain, already qualified based on the results from the 2002 FINA Men's Water Polo World League (June 28 – August 4, 2002).

2003 Men's European Water Polo Championship squads

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2006 FINA Men's Water Polo World Cup

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2014 in Serbia

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Manojlović

Manojlović (Serbian: Манојловић) is a Serbian surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Annelise Manojlovic (born 2001), actress who played Gabrielle Thomas in Emmerdale from 2001-15

Filip Manojlović (born 1996), football goalkeeper

Igor Manojlović (born 1977), Serbian professional football player

Miki Manojlović (born 1950), Serbian actor

Nenad Manojlović (1954–2014), Yugoslav and Serbian former water polo player and manager

Radmila Manojlović (born 1985), Serbian pop folk singer

Zlatko Manojlović (born 1951), guitarist

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The Serbia and Montenegro team featured several Olympic medalists from Sydney, including the reigning men's volleyball champions (led by team captain Vladimir Grbić), and pistol shooter Jasna Šekarić, who became the first Serbian athlete to compete in five Olympic Games under three different banners (the other were SFR Yugoslavia and Independent Olympic Participants). Meanwhile, four Serbia and Montenegro athletes had made their fourth Olympic appearance: high jumper Dragutin Topić, shot putter Dragan Perić (the oldest of the team at age 40), rifle shooter Stevan Pletikosić, and table tennis player Slobodan Grujić. Basketball team captain Dejan Bodiroga was appointed by the committee to become the nation's flag bearer in the opening ceremony.Serbia and Montenegro ended its last Olympic journey as a joint nation in Athens with two Olympic silver medals from Sekaric and the men's water polo team (led by Viktor Jelenić).

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