Croatia's participants at the Rio Summer Olympic Games won a total of 10 medals, which makes these Olympics most successful for Croatia.
In Rio, Croatia's representatives have taken three medals in athletics (two golds and a bronze), a bronze in boxing, a gold and a silver in rowing, a gold and a silver in sailing, a gold in shooting and a silver in water polo.
Croatia has five Olympic champions from the latest summer games: discus thrower Sandra Perkovic, javelin thrower Sara Kolak, rowers Martin and Valent Sinkovic in the men's double sculls, plus sailors Sime Fantela and Igor Marenic in the men's 470 (dinghy) and shooter Josip Glasnovic in the men's trap.
The three silvers were won by rower Damir Martin in the men's single sculls competition, sailor Tonci Stipanovic in the men's laser class, and the men's water polo team.
The bronze medals were taken by female high jumper Blanka Vlasic and boxer Filip Hrgovic in the men's super heavyweight category.
On the day before the last day of these Games, Croatia ranks 17th among the 78 countries that have so far taken medals.
At the London Games in 2012, Croatia won three golds, one silver and two bronzes, ranking 26th among the 85 countries that competed at the Olympics.
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Croatia's Blanka Vlasic came in third in the women's high jump event in Rio clearing the bar at 1.97 metres on Saturday, and thus added this bronze to the silver she won at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, while the title of the new Olympic champion went to Spaniard Ruth Beitia.
Croatia's water polo team was defeated by Serbia in the final at the Rio Olympic Games on Saturday 7-11 (2-3, 1-3, 2-3, 2-2).
In the Olympic boxing men's super heavyweight semifinal Croatian boxer Filip Hrgovic lost to Tony Yoka by split decision.
Croatia's 21-year-old Sara Kolak won the gold medal in the Women's javelin throw at the Rio Olympic Games on Thursday, scoring a personal as well as national best of 66.18 metres in the fourth series of the final.
Sime Fantela and Igor Marenic delivered Croatia its first-ever Olympic sailing gold medal on Thursday, dethroning reigning champion Australia in the men's 470 class.
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.
The world's champion in the women's discus throw, Sandra Perkovic of Croatia, won the gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday by throwing 69.21 metres, defending the title won at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Croatian rower Damir Martin has won a silver medal in the men's single sculls at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Croatian rowers Martin and Valent Sinkovic on Thursday won the gold medal in the Men's double sculls at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Croatia's Josip Glasnovic won his country's first medal of the Games as he secured gold, beating Italy's Giovanni Pellielo 4-3 in a shoot-off after the two tied their match 13-13.