National Sports Recognition

The National Sports Recognition, popularly called the Sports Pension, is the highest sports title of an sportsman who has achieved sports results, as follows: for winning gold, silver and bronze medals, ie for winning first, second and third place at the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, Chess Olympics, World and European Senior Championships in Olympic and Paralympic Sports. The national sports award is received in the form of a plaque and a monthly financial compensation.

Athletes with national sports recognition:

  1. Atina Bojadzi (in memoriam) – swimming marathon
  2. Vladimir Bogoevski – volleyball
  3. Goran Srbinovski – volleyball
  4. Aleksandar Tasevski – volleyball
  5. Darko Pancev – football
  6. Indira Kastratovi – handball
  7. Aco Ruseski – boxing
  8. Shaban Sadie – wrestling
  9. Vancho Karanfilov – archery for the disabled people
  10. Redzep Redzepovski – boxing
  11. Stojna Vangelova – basketball
  12. Blagoja Georgievski – basketball
  13. Branimir Jovanovski – archery for the disabled people
  14. Shaban Trstena – wrestling
  15. Mirce Opeloski – karate
  16. Nico Nestor – swimming marathon
  17. Elizabeta cholakovska shpoljari – bowling
  18. Zoran Shorov – wrestling
  19. Vesna Sekulovska – chess
  20. Dimitar Bojadziev – swimming marathon
  21. Milko Gjurovski – football
  22. Azis Sally – boxing
  23. Trajko Nedev – chess
  24. Vladimir Georgiev – chess
  25. Dragoljub Jacimovic – chess
  26. Tomi Stefanovski – swimming marathon
  27. Dimitar Ilievski Murato (posthumously)
  28. Igor Dimovski – swimming marathon
  29. Ragmi Arifovski – goalkeeper
  30. Vangel Zabev – swimming for disabled people
  31. Dejan Nedev – traditional karate
  32. Gancho Stojmenovski – football for the deaf
  33. Strahil Nikolovski-football for the deaf
  34. Jovan Momirovski – football for the deaf
  35. Murad Ramazanov-wrestling
  36. Mogamed Ibragimov-wrestling
  37. Mumin Veli-boxing
  38. Kiril Lazarov-handball