Croatian sailor Tonci Stipanovic wins silver in men's laser (dinghy)

Croatian sailor Tonci Stipanovic won the silver medal in the men's laser (dinghy) at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday.

Stipanovic is the first Olympic medal winner in the history of Croatian sailing.

Tom Burton of Australia has won the gold medal and Sam Meech of New Zealand won the bronze.

It's the first sailing gold in the Rio Games for the Australians, who won three classes in the London Games in 2012.

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