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Ivica Kostelić

Biographical information

Medals OG
Gold 0
Silver 4
Bronze 0
Total 4
TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
SexMale
Full nameIvica•Kostelić
Used nameIvica•Kostelić
Born23 November 1979 in Zagreb (CRO)
Measurements182 cm / 88 kg
AffiliationsSK Zagreb, Zagreb (CRO)
NOC Croatia

Biography

Although best known as the older brother of skiing star Janica Kostelić, Ivica Kostelić became a world class skier himself. Primarily a slalom specialist, he has won eight World Cup races (as of 2009), the 2003 slalom world title and the overall Slalom World Cup in 2002. His slalom abilities also make him a top combined competitor, winning a silver medal in that discipline at the 2006 Olympics, and winning one (super) combined World Cup. In recent years, Kostelić has also appeared in non-slalom events, and has in fact placed in the top 10 at a World Cup in all five disciplines. In 2009, he finished fourth in the overall World Cup, his career best. Ivica Kostelić’s first World Cup win, back in 2001, was highly remarkable, in that he had starting number #64. Only two skiers have ever won a World Cup with a higher number.

Results

Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
2002 Winter Olympics Alpine Skiing (Skiing) CRO Ivica Kostelić
Giant Slalom, Men (Olympic) 9
Slalom, Men (Olympic) AC
2006 Winter Olympics Alpine Skiing (Skiing) CRO Ivica Kostelić
Super G, Men (Olympic) 31
Slalom, Men (Olympic) 6
Combined, Men (Olympic) 2 Silver
2010 Winter Olympics Alpine Skiing (Skiing) CRO Ivica Kostelić
Downhill, Men (Olympic) 18
Super G, Men (Olympic) 16
Giant Slalom, Men (Olympic) 7
Slalom, Men (Olympic) 2 Silver
Combined, Men (Olympic) 2 Silver
2014 Winter Olympics Alpine Skiing (Skiing) CRO Ivica Kostelić
Super G, Men (Olympic) =24
Giant Slalom, Men (Olympic) 27
Slalom, Men (Olympic) =9
Combined, Men (Olympic) 2 Silver

Other participations

Games Role NOC As
2014 Winter Olympics Flagbearer at the Opening Ceremony CRO Ivica Kostelić

Olympic family relations

Special Notes