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Sandro Sukno
Sandro Sukno
(born 30 June 1990) is a Croatian water polo player.[1] At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed for the Croatia
Croatia
men's national water polo team in the men's event winning the gold medal. He is currently playing for Pro Recco in Italy. Sukno's father is Goran Sukno, water polo gold medalist for Yugoslavia at the 1984 Summer Olympics. In December 2017 Sukno won the trophy for the best water polo player in the 2016./17. season. Orders[edit]

Order of Danica Hrvatska
Order of Danica Hrvatska
with face of Franjo Bučar - 2016 [2]

References[edit]

^ London2012.com ^ Vijesti: Dodijeljena odlikovanja izraz su priznanja i zahvalnosti za rad i doprinos razvoju i napretku Republike Hrvatske(in Croatian)

Croatia
Croatia
tournament squads

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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 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 Coach: Tucak

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