Montenegro

History

Montenegro made its first Summer Olympic appearance in 2008 and has competed ever since. The nation sends a varied amount of athletes depending on how many team sports it has qualified to the Olympics. In terms of athletes competing in individual sports the nation sends fewer than 10 athletes to compete. Montenegro typically competes in athletics, handball, judo and water polo. The nation won its first and only medal when its women’s handball team won silver at the 2012 Olympics.

Qualified Quotas

Handball

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s Tournament Jovanka Radicevic
Durdina Jaukovic
Matea Pletikosic
Dijana Mugosa
Katarina Dzaferovic
Andrea Klikovac
Ljubica Nenezic
Dijana Ujkic
Sanja Premovic
Anastasija Babovic
Marta Batinovic
Ema Ramusovic
Bobana Klikovac
Majda Mehmedovic
Itana Grbic
Nikolina Vukcevic

Water Polo

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s Tournament Aleksa Ukropina
Aleksandar Ivovic
Dejan Lazovic
Drasko Brguljan
Dusan Matkovic
Marko Petkovic
Miroslav Perkovic
Slaven Kandic
Stefan Vidovic
Uros Cuckovic
Vasilije Radovic
Vladan Spaic
Vlado Popadic