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Medal record Kožulj swimming backstroke at 2008 Euros. Competitor for  Croatia Men’s swimming World Championships Silver 2003 Barcelona 200 m backstroke World SC Championships Gold 2000 Athens 200 m backstroke European Championships Gold 2002 Berlin 200 m backstroke Gold 2000 Helsinki 200 m backstroke Silver 2008 Eindhoven 4×100 m medley Silver 1999 Istanbul 100 m backstroke Silver 1999 Istanbul 200 m backstroke European Short Course Swimming Championships Gold 2001 Antwerp 200 m backstroke Silver 2000 Valencia 100 m backstroke Silver 2000 Valencia 200 m backstroke Bronze 2002 Riesa 200 m backstroke Bronze 2005 Trieste 200 m backstroke Gordan Kožulj (born 28 November 1976 in Zagreb) is a former backstroke swimmer from Croatia, who competed in four consecutive Summer Olympics for his native country, starting in 1996. At the 2003 World Aquatics Championships he won a silver medal in 200 m backstroke. In 2000 in Athens he became a world champion in 200 m backstroke (short course). In 1999 he won two silver medals at the European Championships in Istanbul, Turkey. Those performances made him Croatia's Sportsman of the Year (1999). In 2000 and 2002 he became a European champion in 200 m backstroke. Kožulj retired from competitive swimming in December 2008.[1] In March 2008 he was appointed director of the Croatian national swimming team, replacing acting director Tomislav Karlo.[1] In September 2009 Kožulj was elected to the European Olympic Committees Athletes' Commission.[2] References ^ a b "Kožulj direktor plivačke reprezentacije" (in Croatian). Croatian Radiotelevision. March 15, 2009. http://www.hrt.hr/index.php?id=37&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=32724&cHash=e17325d661. Retrieved 2009-03-19.  ^ "Gordan Kožulj izabran u europsku Komisiju sportaša" (in Croatian). Index.hr. September 14, 2009. http://www.index.hr/sport/clanak/gordan-kozulj-izabran-u-europsku-komisiju-sportasa-/450339.aspx. Retrieved 2009-11-15.  External links Personal website v · d · eCroatian Sportsman of the Year Duje Bonačić / Petar Šegvić / Mate Trojanović / Velimir Valenta (1952)  · Perica Vlašić (1953)  · Žarko Dolinar (1954)  · Bernard Vukas (1955)  · Krešo Račić (1956)  · Hrvoje Kačić (1957)  · Joško Murat (1958)  · Duje Smoljanović (1959)  · Željko Perušić (1960)  · Boro Jovanović (1961)  · Boro Jovanović / Nikola Pilić (1962)  · Josip Gjergja (1963)  · Nikola Pilić (1964)  · Andro Depolo (1965)  · Cvjetko Bilić (1966)  · Nikola Pilić (1967)  · Dragutin Šurbek (1968)  · Dragutin Šurbek (1969)  · Petar Skansi (1970)  · Mate Parlov (1971)  · Mate Parlov (1972)  · Mate Parlov (1973)  · Luciano Sušanj (1974)  · Antun Stipančić (1975)  · Matija Ljubek (1976)  · Joško Alebić (1977)  · Milan Janić (1978)  · Dragutin Šurbek (1979)  · Krešimir Ćosić (1980)  · Dragutin Šurbek (1981)  · Matija Ljubek (1982)  · Dragutin Šurbek (1983)  · Vlado Lisjak (1984)  · Dražen Petrović (1985)  · Dražen Petrović (1986)  · Ivan Šabjan (1987)  · Zoran Primorac (1988)  · Toni Kukoč (1989)  · Toni Kukoč (1990)  · Toni Kukoč (1991)  · Goran Ivanišević (1992)  · Goran Ivanišević (1993)  · Goran Ivanišević (1994)  · Željko Mavrović (1995)  · Goran Ivanišević (1996)  · Željko Mavrović (1997)  · Davor Šuker (1998)  · Gordan Kožulj (1999)  · Nikolaj Pešalov (2000)  · Goran Ivanišević (2001)  · Ivica Kostelić (2002)  · Ivica Kostelić (2003)  · Duje Draganja (2004)  · Ivan Ljubičić (2005)  · Ivan Ljubičić (2006)  · Ivano Balić (2007)  · Filip Ude (2008)  · Ivica Kostelić (2009)  · Ivica Kostelić (2010) v · d · eWorld Short Course Champions in Men's 200 m Backstroke 1993: Tripp Schwenk (USA) · 1995: Rodolfo Falcón (CUB) · 1997: Neisser Bent (CUB) · 1999: Josh Watson (AUS) · 2000: Gordan Kožulj (CRO) · 2002: Aaron Peirsol (USA) · 2004: Aaron Peirsol (USA) · 2006: Ryan Lochte (USA) · 2008: Markus Rogan (AUT) · 2010: Ryan Lochte (USA) v · d · eEuropean Champions in Men's 200 m Backstroke 1962: Leonid Barbier (URS) • 1966: Yuriy Gromak (URS) • 1970: Roland Matthes (GDR) • 1974: Roland Matthes (GDR) • 1977: Zoltán Verrasztó (HUN) • 1981: Sándor Wladár (HUN) • 1983: Sergey Zabolotnov (URS) • 1985: Igor Polyansky (URS) • 1987: Sergey Zabolotnov (URS) • 1989: Stefano Battistelli (ITA) • 1991: Martin López-Zubero (ESP) • 1993: Vladimir Selkov (RUS) • 1995: Vladimir Selkov (RUS) • 1997: Vladimir Selkov (RUS) • 1999: Ralf Braun (GER) • 2000: Gordan Kožulj (CRO) • 2002: Gordan Kožulj (CRO) • 2004: Markus Rogan (AUT) • 2006: Arkady Vyatchanin (RUS) • 2008: Markus Rogan (AUT) • 2010: Stanislav Donets (RUS) v · d · eEuropean Short Course Champions in Men's 200 m Backstroke  1996: Emanuele Merisi (ITA)  •  1998 – 2000: Örn Arnarson (ISL)  •  2001: Gordan Kožulj (CRO)  •  2002: Örn Arnarson (ISL)  •  2003: Blaž Medvešek (SLO)  •  2004 – 2005: Markus Rogan (AUT)  •  2006: Arkady Vyatchanin (RUS)  •  2007: Markus Rogan (AUT)  •  2008: Aschwin Wildeboer (ESP) and Stanislav Donets (RUS)  •  2009: Stanislav Donets (RUS)  •  2010: Yannick Lebherz (GER) Persondata Name Kozulj, Gordan Alternative names Short description Date of birth 28 November 1976 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to a Croatian swimmer is a stub. 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