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Andro Bušlje
Andro Bušlje
(born 4 January 1986) is a Croatian water polo player who competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics
2008 Summer Olympics
and 2012 Summer Olympics.[1] At the 2012 Summer Olympics
2012 Summer Olympics
he was part of the Croatian team that won the gold medal.[1] He is right handed, plays center defender, and is currently on Olympiacos. His nickname is Buki. He is a student learning English. Bušlje is 200 cm / 6'7", and weighs 115 kg / 254 lbs. He started playing water polo at age 12, and he made his national team debut in 2005. He is known as a dominant player, who usually "shuts-down" the opposing teams center position. References[edit]

^ a b "Andro Bušlje". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 24 June 2012. 

Croatia
Croatia
tournament squads

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2007 World Aquatics Championships Winners (1st Title)

1 Vićan 2 Burić 3 Bušlje 4 Vrdoljak 5 Kunac 6 Joković 7 Smodlaka 8 Đogaš 9 Marković 10 Barač 11 Hinić 12 Bošković 13 Pavić Coach: Rudić

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2008 Summer Olympics
2008 Summer Olympics
Sixth Place

1 Vićan 2 Burić 3 Bušlje 4 Vrdoljak 5 Kunac 6 Joković 7 Smodlaka 8 Đogaš 9 Marković 10 Barač 11 Hinić 12 Bošković 13 Pavić Coach: Rudić

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2009 World Aquatics Championships Third Place

1 Brzica 2 Burić 3 Bošković 4 Dobud 5 Buljubašić 6 Antonijević 7 Karač 8 Bušlje 9 Sukno 10 Barač 11 Hinić 12 Obradović 13 Pavić Coach: Rudić

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2010 European Championship Winners (1st Title)

1 Pavić 2 Burić 3 Bošković 4 Dobud 5 Joković 6 Muslim 7 Karač 8 Bušlje 9 Sukno 10 Barač 11 Hinić 12 Obradović 13 Buljubašić Coach: Rudić

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2011 World Aquatics Championships
2011 World Aquatics Championships
Third Place

1 Pavić 2 Burić 3 Bošković 4 Dobud 5 Joković 6 Muslim 7 Karač 8 Bušlje 9 Sukno 10 Barač 11 Paškvalin 12 Obradović 13 Buljubašić Coach: Rudić

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2012 European Championship Ninth Place

1 Pavić 2 Burić 3 Bošković 4 Dobud 5 Joković 6 Muslim 7 Karač 8 Bušlje 9 Sukno 10 Barač 11 Paškvalin 12 Obradović 13 Buljubašić Coach: Rudić

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2012 Summer Olympics
2012 Summer Olympics
Winners (1st Title)

1 Pavić 2 Burić 3 Bošković 4 Dobud 5 Joković 6 Muslim 7 Buljubašić 8 Bušlje 9 Sukno 10 Barač 11 Hinić 12 Obradović 13 Vićan Coach: Rudić

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2013 World Aquatics Championships Third Place

1 Pavić 2 Lončar 3 Milaković 4 Paškvalin 5 Joković 6 Bukić 7 Muslim 8 Bušlje 9 Sukno 10 Dobud 11 Šetka 12 Obradović 13 Bijač Coach: Tucak

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2014 European Championship Fifth Place

1 Pavić 2 Bukić 3 Milaković 4 Lončar 5 Joković 6 Buljubašić 7 Muslim 8 Bušlje 9 Sukno 10 Dobud 11 Šetka 12 Živković 13 Bijač Coach: Tucak

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2015 World Aquatics Championships
2015 World Aquatics Championships
Runners-up

1 Pavić 2 Burić 3 Petković 4 Lončar 5 Joković 6 Bukić 7 Muslim 8 Bušlje 9 Sukno 10 Paškvalin 11 Šetka 12 Obradović 13 Bijač Coach: Tucak

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2016 European Championship Seventh Place

1 Pavić 2 Burić 3 Petković 4 Lončar 5 Joković 6 Bukić 7 Vukičević 8 Bušlje 9 Sukno 10 Pavlović 11 Šetka 12 Macan 13 Bijač Coach: Tucak

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2016 Summer Olympics
2016 Summer Olympics
– Silver medal

1 Pavić 2 Burić 3 Petković 4 Lončar 5 Joković 6 Bukić 7 Macan 8 Bušlje 9 Sukno 10 Krapić 11 Šetka 12 García 13 Bijač Coach: Tucak

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2017 World Aquatics Championships
2017 World Aquatics Championships
Winners (2nd Title)

1 Bijač 2 Macan 3 Fatović 4 Lončar 5 Joković 6 Buljubašić 7 Vukičević 8 Bušlje 9 Sukno 10 Krapić 11 Šetka 12 García 13 Marcelić

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