International Swimming Hall of Fame Honorees By Country (Yugoslavia)

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Milivoj Bebic - 2013 Water Polo Player
At the age of ten, Milivoj Bebic joined the Pošk water polo club. A prodigy almost from the start, he was asked to join the Yugoslavian national team at the age of 17. It was playing with experienced veterans, like Hall of Famer Ratko Rudic and playing under the legendary coach Vahlo Orlic, father of the modern Yugoslavian water polo system, and Miro Circovic, that Bebić developed the skills that made him one of the greatest offensive water polo players of all time.
Zdravko Jezic - 2010 Water Polo Player
Called “Pusko,”Zdravko Jezic played on three Olympic teams for Yugoslavia and won silver medals in 1952 and 1956. He contributed to the development of the “dynamic game” after restriction of movement was discontinued in 1950, helping to develop the “Yugoslav school” of fast-style water polo.