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Miho Bošković
Miho Bošković
(born 11 January 1983 in Dubrovnik)[1] is a Croatian water polo player. He was part of the Croatian team that won the gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics, as well as golds at the world championships (2007), the European championships (2010) and bronze medals at the 2009 and 2011 World Championships. He plays for Vasas SC in the Hungarian Championship and for the Croatian national team, at the position of offensive player.[1] He has played 108 matches for the National Team.[1] First match he played in Montreal
Montreal
2005, on World Championship.[1] With Jug he won the LEN Euroleague Championship 2006, European Supercup, several National championships and cups.[1] In the National team he won the gold medal on World Championship in Melbourne, 2007.[1] He was named the best European water polo player in 2007 and 2012, by LEN.[2][3] References[edit]

^ a b c d e f "Miho Bošković". crowaterpolo.com (in Croatian). Archived from the original on 2008-08-21. Retrieved 2010-05-07.  ^ https://www.swimnews.com/News/view/5756 ^ Boskovic and Espar named European Water Polo Players of the Year

Croatia
Croatia
tournament squads

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Croatia
Croatia
squad – 2007 World Aquatics Championships
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 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
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
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

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