Sandra Perkovic

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Olympic, World and three time European Champion.

Discus throw, Personal best and National Record 71.08 m.

Sandra Perković (born 21 June 1990) is a Croatian discus thrower, reigning European, World and Olympic champion.
Perković's successful junior career culminated in winning gold at the 2009 European Junior Championships with a new national record. A month later, she made the final of the World Championships as the youngest discus thrower in the field.
In her first year of senior competition she won gold at the 2010 European Championships, becoming the youngest ever European champion in women's discus throw. She did't compete in 2011 season, including at the World Championships, but she returned in strong form in 2012 and successfully defended her title in the European Championships and also took Olympic Gold that year.
Year later she changed a coach and win her first World gold in Moscow 2013.
Perković is coached by Edis Elkasević. Her personal best and national record is 70.51 meters, set in March 2014 at the Croatian winter throwing championships in Split.


Olympic Games - Women's Discus Throw LONDON 2012. - GOLD
World Championship - Women's Discus Throw MOSCOW 2013. - GOLD
European Championship - Women's Discus Throw BARCELONA 2010. - GOLD and HELSINKI 2012.- GOLD
Mediterranean Games - Women's Discus Throw MERSIN 2013. - GOLD

Women's European Athletics Rising Star of the Year 2010.
Croatian Sportswoman of the Year 2012. and 2013.
Zagreb-Sportswomen of the Year 2010.,2012. and 2013.

Women's Discus Best Year Performance 2012. AND 2013.
Women's Thrower of the year 2013.
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