Sulić in 2017 with Veszprém.
12 October 1979|
Rijeka, SFR Yugoslavia
|Height||1.92 m (6 ft 4 in)|
|Current club||Wisła Płock|
|→ Pećine (loan)|
|Pivovarna Laško Celje|
Sulić started his youth career in RK Trsat where very quickly he showed a great capability in playing handball. Soon he moved to RK Zamet where he helped the team return to the First A League in 1995-96 season. The same year he was also a part of the winning Zamet team in the U-19 Championship.
After four years in Zamet he became unhappy with his status in the club and left to Metković Jambo. He stayed in the club for only a year and won his first European competition EHF Cup and finishing second in the league.
Sulić returned for a season to RK Zamet before going to play for RK Zagreb. During his time in Zagreb he won 3 league titles and 2 cup titles. After Zagreb he had short stints in Fotex Veszprém, Agram Medvečak before spending three years in Pivovarna Laško Celje.
In 2006 he played at the World Cup in Sweden where Croatia won first place. In 2008 he won a silver medal with Croatia at 2008 European Championship in Norway. The same year he represented his country at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. Croatia lost in the semi-finals and finished at fourth place.
- Pivovarna Laško Celje
- Hungarian First League (9): 2004-05, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015-16, 2016-17
- Hungarian Cup (10): 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
- SEHA League (2): 2014-15, 2015–16
- EHF Champions League final (2): 2014-15, 2015–16
- 2001 Mediterranean Games in Tunis - 1st
- 2002 European Championship in Sweden - 16th
- 2003 World Championship in Portugal - 1st
- 2004 European Championship in Slovenia - 4th
- 2006 European Championship in Switzerland - 4th
- 2006 World Cup in Sweden - 1st
- 2007 World Championship in Germany - 5th
- 2008 European Championship in Norway - 2nd
- 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing - 4th
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