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Milica Mandić BioGraphy : Taekwondo fighter Milica Mandic became the first Serbian athlete to win two gold medals at the Olympic Games – in London in 2012 and in Tokyo in 2021. Nine years ago, Mandic brought Serbia its first Olympic gold since independence, and in Tokyo it managed to become the first with two of the brightest medals. Also, Mandic is the only taekwondo fighter, along with the Chinese Chen Zhong (2000, 2004), with two gold medals in the over 67 kg category.The Serbian taekwondo fighter defeated the South Korean Dabin Kor Lee in the grand final of the Games in Japan, and she came to the triumph after a dramatic finish in which she broke the resistance of her rival with two blows.

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Milica Mandic was born on 6 December 1991. Her birthplace is Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia. Her mother’s name is Vesna Mandic. And father’s name is Predrag Mandic. Milica’s grandmother’s name is Zivanka Mandic. Milica is very close to her mother and grandmother. Milica has a younger sister named Jovana Mandic.

Milica Mandic Education Qualification

Milica Mandić was raised along with her sister in Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia. She did her schooling from an elementary school in Belgrade, SR Serbia. For her further studies, she enrolled at Megatrend University and in 2016 she did a degree in Faculty of Culture and Media.

Milica Mandic Career

When Milica Mandic started her career, she competed in the middleweight category (under 73 kg) to win a bronze medal at the 2011 World Taekwondo Championships, winning a silver medal at the 2012 European Taekwondo Championships the following year. She became the first gold medalist for independent Serbia at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England, United Kingdom, losing 9–7 to Anne-Caroline Graf of France.She was then eliminated in the quarterfinals by the British’s Bianca Walkden at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In the 2017 World Taekwondo Championships held in Muju, South Korea, she won the gold medal by defeating South Korean Oh Hye-ri. And then in 2020 she made an announcement that she would retire after the 2020 Summer Olympics.In the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, she won the gold medal by defeating South Korean Lee Da-bin.

Milica Mandic – Hall Of Fame

Milica Mandic won the gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London and with it her result was the highest result in the field. And that’s why she was inducted into the Taekwondo Hall of Fame in 2013 at a ceremony in Las Vegas, with Milica Mandic and her trainer Dragan Jovic. Milica Mandic was selected because of her great contribution to the Taekwondo game in Serbia.

Milica Mandić Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Serbian taekwondo fighter Milica Mandic won a gold medal at the Olympic Games in Tokyo on Tuesday, July 27. Mandic defeated Dabin Lee from South Korea in the final with 10: 7. Serbia now has three medals in Tokyo. Previously, Damir Mikec won a silver medal in archery, while Tijana Bogdanović took a bronze medal in taekwondo. Milica Mandic already has an Olympic medal, a gold one, from the Games in London in 2012. The Minister of Youth and Sports of Serbia, Vanja Udovicic, sent a congratulatory message to the Serbian athlete via his Instagram profile.

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Real Name Milica Mandic
Nick name Milica Mandic
Age 29 Year Year Old
Date Of Birth 6 December 1991
Nationality Serbian
Country Serbia
Gender Female
Birth Place Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
Profession Serbian taekwondo athlete
Sport Taekwondo
Events Middleweight
Club TK Galeb
Birth Sign Sagittarius
Coach Dragan Jović
Milica Mandic Family 
Father Name Predrag Mandic
Mother Name Vesna Mandic
Grand Mother Name Zivanka Mandic
Sister Name Jovana Mandic
Fiance Friend Marko
Milica Mandic Education
School Name Elementary school
University Name Megatrend University
Qualification Faculty of Culture and Media
Milica Mandic Physical Status
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Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Body Athelitc
Weight 159 lb (72 kg)
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown
Shoe Size 6 (US) Approx
Bra size Approx  32 B
Butt Size Approx 32 inches
Waist Size Approx 28 inches
Dress Size 4 (US) Approx
Sexual Orientation Straight
Milica Mandic Relationship Status
Are you married ? No
Is she Lesbian No
Any Affair Yes
Boy Friend \Name Marko
Husband Name Yet Not
Milica Mandic Social Network
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Milica Mandic Personal life

Milika Mandik will turn 29 in 2021. Talking about her personal life, she is currently in a relationship. She recently shared a picture on her Instagram account and wrote, “Life is beautiful I believe that.” And there was a boy with her in that picture, she is none other than her fiancé Marko. And they are going to get married very soon. Milica Mandic has a French bulldog which she named Mić.

Milica Mandic Net Worth

Talking about the net worth of Milica Mandic, we came to know from the sources that her total net worth is around $ 7 to 9  million.

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* Milica Mandić BioGraphy : Important Awards *

Milica Mandic – Olympic Games : Gold medal – first place 2012 London +67 kg | Gold medal – first place 2020 Tokyo +67 kg

Milica Mandic  – World Championships : Gold medal – first place 2017 Muju 73 kg | Bronze medal – third place 2011 Gyeongju 73 kg

Milica Mandic  -Grand Prix : Gold medal – first place 2014 Manchester +67 kg | Silver medal – second place 2017 Rabat +67 kg | Silver medal – second place 2018 Rome +67 kg | Bronze medal – third place 2014 Suzhou +67 kg |
Bronze medal – third place 2015 Manchester +67 kg | Bronze medal – third place 2018 Moscow +67 kg

Milica Mandic – European Championships : Silver medal – second place 2012 Manchester 73 kg | Silver medal – second place 2014 Baku 73 kg | Silver medal – second place 2016 Montreux 73 kg |Silver medal – second place 2021 Sofia 73 kg

Milica Mandic  -European Games : Silver medal – second place 2015 Baku +67 kg | 

Milica Mandic  -Mediterranean Games : Silver medal – second place 2013 Mersin +67 kg

Milica Mandic  – World Junior Championships : Bronze medal – third place 2008 İzmir 68 kg

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