Miloš Teodosić is officially out with an injury. Serbian captain and one of the most beloved European players will not be joining his team at the European Basketball Championship
Ivana Španović has lost a gold medal in the most bizarre of ways. The number mark got separated from her back as she landed a 7.02 jump. By an arbitrary decision, this meant her jump had ended at 6.92, which was far from the desired gold.
Serbia’s young players are the new U18 European Champions. They beat Spain by 74:62 in Bratislava. A tournament that has fully confirmed their domination and potential.
Aside from the best possible outcome for the team, Serbia also has an individual title. Nikola Mišković is the tournament MVP. Continue reading Serbia wins U18 European Championship
Serbia was able to pull everything back together, winning the bronze medal at the Water Polo World Championship. The Dolphins beat Greece by 11:8 in their well known style, taking the podium at 10/10 competitions.
Serbia was defeated by Croatia in a true derby (11:12) of the Budapest World Championship SF. The Dolphins made a good opening, but ended up on the losing side. A strange result for the reigning World Champions, that eventually had to happen.
Serbia’s National Team are known as the All around champions, uniting World, Europe, World League and Olympic gold medals. Undefeated since 2013. Nobody has done it before. Continue reading Water polo: Even the champions have to lose
Or just click here.
It’s now been two years since I officially started blogging. A casual project I wasn’t sure if I could keep up with for more than a few months is another year older. And these 365 days flew by even quicker.
Coach Dejan Radonjić refused to renew his contract with Red Star, leaving the current ABA league champion without its key figure. He is now on a long list of members that have left the team in the past month, joining players: Jović, Simonović, Gudurić, Jenkins…
After the less than shocking quitting of Nikola Jokić, Serbia’s National Team had its first tweaks. The broad list of 25 players got cut down to only 17.
Serbia will have a mix of both Euroleague and NBA experience, which should give them enough of a competitive boost. The names are the same, while the ambitions are higher with every tournament. Continue reading Serbian shortlist
No surprise here. Fifth consecutive WL title for the new and improved Serbian National Team! Dejan Savić’s Dolphins have beat Italy in a tense final by 10:9.
Serbia played without retired captain Živko Gocić and Slobodan Nikić.