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Branko Peašinović

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Branko Peašinović
Born14.September, 1950.
Grubišno Polje
🏳️ NationalityCroatian
💼 Occupation
Height1.97m
👩 Spouse(s)Vesna
👶 ChildrenTamara, Martina
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Branko Peašinović (14.rujna, 1950. god. –) Former volleyball player and coach, and today a sports worker who actively participates in the work of the sports system of the City of Zagreb.

Biography[edit]

In the biography of Branko Peašinović, we highlight from his days in Pakrac that he was born in 1950 in Grubišno Polje, but he finished elementary school and high school in Pakrac. He started playing volleyball in Pakrac in the gymnasium team of professor Slavko Krejči, and continued after leaving to study in Zagreb in the Academic Volleyball Club "Mladost" from Zagreb, a multiple champion and winner of the CUP of the former state, with which he won one championship and a Cup.

In 1980, he returned to Pakrac, where he played volleyball in "Pakrac - Papuka" until 1983. During that time, the club entered the Second, then the First B League of the former state, and after excellent games, in 1981, he was chosen as Pakrac's Sportsman of the Year.

Along with volleyball, he graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Zagreb, and studied volleyball in Ljubljana, while playing and coaching the team from Novi Mesto. He returns to the volleyball courts in Croatia as a coach and player, and after his playing career he is active in the veterans AOK "Mladost" and in the Sports Association of the City of Zagreb.[1]

Career History[edit]

  • 1972. - 1980. - AOK Mladost
  • 1980. - 1983. - OK Pakrac-Papuk
  • 1983. - 1985. - OK Novi Zagreb
  • 1985. - 1988. - OK Pionir, Novo Mesto, SLO

Teammates[edit]

Ivica Jelić, Vinko Dobrić, Dragutin Šuker, Krešimir Diviš, Duško Radeljević, Ljubomir Travica, Dubravko Dražin

Goran Janošević, Davor Gregurek, Mladen Kašić.

AOK Mladost 1980. year

Recognition and prizes[edit]

Branko Peašinović, a volleyball player, is the recipient of the two highest sports awards for life's work in sports: the Sports Association of the City of Zagreb and the Croatian Olympic Committee for 2022. year.Championship of Yugoslavia - first place in 1976/77.

  • Cup of Yugoslavia - first place in 1978.
  • Recognition - Club Atletico de Madrid 1979.
  • Acknowledgment of the Mladost Academic Sports Society - Gold memorial badge in 1979.
  • Recognition for contribution in organizing the XIV. World Student Sports Games 1987
  • Recognition in the activities of the European project "Active in sport Again" 2020/2021.
  • Second place at the World Veterans Championship in Spain 2022

External links[edit]

Croatian Volleyball Association: https://hos-cvf.hr/2023/01/02/branko-peasinovic-dobitnik-sportskih-priznanja/

Agram athletic club for people with disabilities: https://www.agramak.hr/uprava/branko-peasinovic.aspx

Society of Veteran Athletes of DSVR: https://www.drustvosportasaveterana.hr/biografije.php?id=123Official

References[edit]

  1. "Branko Peašinović dobitnik sportskih priznanja". Hrvatski odbojkaški savez. 2023-01-02. Retrieved 2023-01-30.




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