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Croatia Wins U-21 World Boatangling Championships



Action from the World Champs in Supetar (officialphoto)

Action from the World Champs in Supetar (officialphoto)


Croat Angelo Kosović has won the individual world title at the 15th U-21 World Boatangling Championships this week…

The world’s best young anglers have been battling it out at the World Championships this week, which is being held for the first time ever in Supetar, on the Dalmatian island of Brač.

Croatian Team - Angelo in the centre (photo/U-21WorldBoatanglingChampionships)

Croatian Team – Angelo in the centre (photo/U-21WorldBoatanglingChampionships)

Croatia were dominant at the event, with Kosović’s fellow countrymen Dilan Mileta and Mauro Luksic finishing 2nd and 3rd respectively in the individual event. Croatians were also placed in 4th and 5th, which was the first time at a World Championships that the first five places were occupied by one nation.

Croatia also won the team event, ahead of Italy and Slovenia.


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