Croatian alpine skier Janica Kostelic dominated the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City by winning three gold medals [combined, slalom and giant slalom] and a silver [super G]. She became the first alpine skier to win four medals at a single winter Olympic competition and also equalled the Olympic record of Austria's Anton Sailer  and Frenchman Jean-Claude Killy , who both won three alpine skiing gold medals at a single Olympic Winter Games.
Kostelic continued to break records at the 2006 Turin Games. She became the first woman to win four Olympic alpine skiing gold medals with victory in the combined event. She also picked up another silver in super G to take her overall medal tally to six, a record for female alpine skiers she shares with Sweden's Anja Parson.
Janica's older brother Ivica has three Olympic silver medals to his name, with second place finishes in the super combined and slalom in Vancouver in 2010, and another in the combined four years earlier in Turin.
Title: Lijepa nasa domovino [Our Beautiful Homeland]
Creators: Words by Antun Mihanovic, music by Josip Runjanin.
Founding date: 1991
IOC recognition date: 1993
NOC president's name: Zlatko Matesa
NOC general secretary’s name: Josip Cop
IOC member’s name:
Participation in Olympic Games
Year of the first appearance: 1992Medals per sport
Number of appearances: 7 [Sochi included]
Medals per year
-: Medals for the Figure Skating and Ice Hockey events at the 1908 and 1920 Olympic Summer Games have been included in the tables