Serbia at the Paralympics

Serbia made its Paralympic Games début at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, following its split with Montenegro. It had previously competed as part of Serbia and Montenegro in 2004; and as part of Yugoslavia before that.[1]

Serbia at the
Paralympics
Flag of Serbia.svg
IPC codeSRB
NPCParalympic Committee of Serbia
Websitewww.paralympic.rs
Medals
Gold
7
Silver
10
Bronze
5
Total
22
Summer appearances
Other related appearances
 Yugoslavia (1972-2000)
 Independent Paralympic Participants (1992)
 Serbia and Montenegro (2004)

Serbia made its Winter Paralympics début at the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver.[2]

Serbian athletes have won a total of 16 Paralympic medals, of which five gold, seven silver and four bronze medals.

Medal TablesEdit

Medals by Summer GamesEdit

Games Competitors Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
1960 – 2004 Part of Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro
  2008 Beijing 14 0 2 0 2 56
  2012 London 13 2 3 0 5 39
  2016 Rio de Janeiro 16 3 2 4 9 31
  2020 Tokyo 20 2 3 1 6 45
Total 63 7 10 5 22 59

Medals by Winter GamesEdit

Games Competitors Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
1976 – 2006 Part of Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro
  2010 Vancouver 1 0 0 0 0
  2014 Sochi 1 0 0 0 0
  2018 Pyeongchang 1 0 0 0 0
Total 3 0 0 0 0

Medals per sportEdit

SportGoldSilverBronzeTotal
  Athletics3418
  Shooting3216
  Table tennis1438
Totals (3 sports)710522

MedalistsEdit

Medal Name Games Sport Event
  Silver Draženko Mitrović   2008 Beijing   Athletics Men's Discus Throw - F53/54
  Silver Borislava Perić   2008 Beijing   Table Tennis Women's Individual - Class 4
  Gold Željko Dimitrijević   2012 London   Athletics Club Throw F31-32/51
  Gold Tanja Dragić   2012 London   Athletics Javelin Throw - F12/13
  Silver Draženko Mitrović   2012 London   Athletics Discus Throw F54-56
  Silver Zlatko Kesler   2012 London   Table tennis Individual C3
  Silver Borislava Perić-Ranković   2012 London   Table tennis Individual C4
  Gold Željko Dimitrijević   2016 Rio de Janeiro   Athletics Men's Club Throw - F51
  Gold Laslo Šuranji   2016 Rio de Janeiro   Shooting Men's 50m rifle 3 positions SH1
  Gold Borislava Perić-Ranković   2016 Rio de Janeiro   Table tennis Individual C4
  Silver Miloš Mitić   2016 Rio de Janeiro   Athletics Men's Club Throw - F51
  Silver Nada Matić
Borislava Perić-Ranković
  2016 Rio de Janeiro   Table tennis Women's Team – Class 4–5
  Bronze Nemanja Dimitrijević   2016 Rio de Janeiro   Athletics Men's Javelin Throw - F12/13
  Bronze Laslo Šuranji   2016 Rio de Janeiro   Shooting Mixed 50m rifle prone SH1
  Bronze Mitar Palikuća   2016 Rio de Janeiro   Table tennis Individual C5
  Bronze Nada Matić   2016 Rio de Janeiro   Table tennis Individual C4
  Gold Dragan Ristić   2020 Tokyo   Shooting Mixed R5 10 metre air rifle prone SH2
  Gold Dragan Ristić   2020 Tokyo   Shooting Mixed R9 50 metre rifle prone SH2
  Silver Željko Dimitrijević   2020 Tokyo   Athletics Men's club throw F51
  Silver Zdravko Savanović   2020 Tokyo   Shooting Mixed R9 50 metre rifle prone SH2
  Silver Laslo Šuranji   2020 Tokyo   Shooting Men's R7 50 metre rifle 3 positions SH1
  Bronze Nada Matić
Borislava Perić-Ranković
  2020 Tokyo   Table tennis Women's team – Class 4–5

Multiple medal winnersEdit

This is a list of people who have won two or more Olympic medals, who represented Serbia as an independent country at least once.

Athlete Sport Gender Years Games       Total
Željko Dimitrijević   Athletics M 2012–2020 Summer 2 1 0 3
Dragan Ristić   Shooting M 2012–2020 Summer 2 0 0 0
Borislava Perić   Table tennis W 2008–2020 Summer 1 3 1 5
Zlatko Kesler   Table tennis M 1992–2012 Summer 1 2 2 5
Laslo Šuranji   Shooting M 2012–2020 Summer 1 1 1 3
Draženko Mitrović   Athletics M 2008–2012 Summer 0 2 0 2
Nada Matić   Table tennis W 2008–2020 Summer 0 1 2 3

FlagbearersEdit

Old countriesEdit

Country № Summer Gold Silver Bronze Total № Winter Gold Silver Bronze Total № Games Gold Silver Bronze Combined Total
  Yugoslavia (YUG) 4 19 19 32 70 4 0 0 1 1 8 19 19 33 71
  Independent Paralympic Participants (IPP) 1 4 3 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 3 1 8
  FR Yugoslavia (YUG) 2 2 3 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 4
  Serbia and Montenegro (SCG) 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2
Total 8 25 25 35 84 4 0 0 1 1 12 25 25 36 85

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit