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Sanja Jovanović
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Kazan in 2015
Personal information
Nationality  "Croatia
Born (1986-09-15) 15 September 1986 (age 31)
"Dubrovnik, "Croatia, "Yugoslavia
Height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Sport "Swimming
Strokes "Backstroke
Club PK Jug Dubrovnik

Sanja Jovanović (born 15 September 1986 in "Dubrovnik) is a female "backstroke "swimmer from "Croatia, who made her Olympic debut for her native country at the "2004 Summer Olympics in "Athens, Greece. There she competed in the 100 m and 200 m backstroke, where she finished in 17th and 13th position. On 13 April 2008 she broke the world record in 50 meters backstroke on "European Short Course Swimming Championships, improving her record set on 15 December 2007.[1] She has a twin sister and two other sisters, and currently lives in suburb of Dubrovnik called "Mokošica.


Olympic results[edit]

Olympic results
Event 2004 2008 2012
100 m backstroke  "17th
200 m backstroke  "13th

At the "2013 Mediterranean Games held in "Mersin, "Turkey she won the gold medal in 50 meters backstroke (28:48)

World records[edit]

Discipline Time Date and place
backstroke 50m SC 26.50 2007-12-15, Debrecen
backstroke 50m SC 26.37 2008-04-13, Manchester
backstroke 50m SC 26.23 2008-12-13, Rijeka
backstroke 50m SC 25.70 2009-12-12, Istanbul

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Preceded by
Li Hui
"Zhao Jing
"Women's 50 metres backstroke
world record holder (short course)

15 December 2007 – 6 November 2009
12 December 2009 – 7 December 2014
Succeeded by
"Marieke Guehrer
"Etiene Medeiros

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