Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free
trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select
from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Olympic
Alpine Skiers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Olympic Athletes of Bosnia
and Herzegovina, Olympic Canoeists of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Olympic Judoka of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Olympic Shooters of
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Olympic Swimmers of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Olympic Tennis Players of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mervana
Jugi-Salki, Nedim Nii, Nedad Fazlija, Amel Meki, Hamza Ali, Lucia
Kimani, ana Novakovi, Emir arganovi, Samir Karabai. Excerpt:
Mervana Jugi-Salki (born 14 May 1980) is a Bosnian tennis player.
She turned professional in 1999, and reached her highest singles
ranking on 21 June 2004, when she was ranked Word No. 99. On 10
July 2006, Jugi-Salki reached No. 59 in doubles, after winning ASB
Classic in 2004 with Jelena Kostani and Internazionali di Modena in
2005 with Yulia Beygelzimer. She also won 14 singles and 31 doubles
events organized by International Tennis Federation. Jugi-Salki
represented Bosnia and Herzegovina at the 2004 Summer Olympics, but
fell to Maria Elena Camerin in the first round. During her long
career, she defeated players such as Zi Yan, Victoria Azarenka,
Bethanie Mattek, Sania Mirza, Anabel Medina Garrigues, Nuria
Llagostera Vives and Sybille Bammer. Jugi-Salki was born to Hidajet
and Haiha Jugi. She began playing tennis relatively late, aged 13,
citing Gabriela Sabatini as her idol. She influent in Bosnian and
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