Serbian History

Historical Events

  • 1322-01-06 Stephen Uros III becomes King of Serbia
  • 1330-07-28 Battle of Velbuzd: Serbian forces defeat Bulgarian army
  • 1331-09-08 Stefan Dušan declares himself king of Serbia
  • 1346-04-16 The Serbian Empire is proclaimed in Skopje at an Easter assembly and Stephen Uroš IV Dušan crowned Emperor over much of the Balkans
  • 1371-09-26 Battle of Maritsa: Serbia-Turkey
  • 1389-06-15 Battle of Kosovo; Turks defeat Serbs
  • 1389-06-28 Ottomans defeat Serbian army in the bloody Battle of Kosovo, opening the way for the Ottoman conquest of Southeastern Europe
  • 1739-07-22 Ottoman Empire defeats Austria at Crocyka (Krotzka) in Serbia and then successfully lays siege to Belgrade
  • 1804-02-14 Karadjordje leads the First Serbian Uprising against the Ottoman Empire
  • 1868-05-29 Michael Obrenovich III, Prince of Serbia, is assassinated in Belgrade
  • 1876-06-30 Serbia declares war on Turkey
  • 1881-06-16 Austria-Hungary and Serbia sign military treaty
  • 1882-02-22 The Serbian kingdom is refounded.
  • 1882-03-06 Monarch Milan Obrenovic of Serbia crowns himself king
  • 1885-11-14 Serbia invades Bulgaria, beginning the two-week Serbo-Bulgarian War; the Serbs are later defeated decisively [O.S. November 2]
  • 1885-11-17 The Serbian Army, with Russian support, invades Bulgaria
  • 1885-11-19 Bulgarians, led by Stefan Stambolov, repulse a larger Serbian invasion force at Slivinitza
  • 1901-07-22 Serbia reactivates diplomatic relations with Montenegro
  • 1903-05-29 May coup d'etat: Alexander Obrenovich, King of Serbia, and Queen Draga, are assassinated in Belgrade by the Black Hand (Crna Ruka) organization
  • 1903-06-15 The Serbian Assembly meets and elects Prince Peter Karageorgevich king
  • 1904-12-10 King Peter I of Serbia named nationalist regime
  • 1908-10-07 Serbia & Montenegro sign anti-Austria-Hungarian pact
  • 1909-02-16 Serbia mobilizes against Austria-Hungary
  • 1909-03-02 Great Britain, France, Germany & Italy asks Serbia to set no territorial demands
  • 1909-03-21 Germany sends Russia a diplomatic notes requesting recognition of the Austrian annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and cessation of support to Serbia in the controversy
  • 1909-03-31 In a diplomatic note to Austria, Serbia recognizes the Bosnian annexation and promises to maintain friendly relations with Austria
  • 1912-03-13 Bulgaria and Serbia conclude an alliance pact ostensibly against Austria, but it secretly provides for a possible war against Turkey
  • 1912-10-17 Bulgaria, Greece & Serbia declares war on Turkey
  • 1912-10-18 The First Balkan War breaks out, with Bulgaria, Serbia, and Greece opposed to Turkey
  • 1912-10-26 Serbian troops over run Skopje (Uskup)
  • 1912-11-24 Conflict in the Balkans grows into an acute international crisis with major powers supporting either Austria or Serbia
  • 1912-12-03 Turkey, Serbia, Montenegro, Greece & Bulgaria sign weapons pact
  • 1912-12-16 Austria-Hungary engage in conflict with Serbia
  • 1913-06-01 The Serbian government concludes a ten-year treaty with Greece against Bulgaria; Serbia wishes to pursue Macedonian aspirations with Greece's help
  • 1913-06-29 An attack by Bulgarian General Michael Savov on Greek and Serbian positions causes the start of the Second Balkan War
  • 1913-07-01 Serbia and Greece declare war on Bulgaria
  • 1913-09-23 Serbian troops march into Albania
  • 1914-03-14 Serbia & Turkey sign peace treaty
  • 1914-06-24 King Peter I of Serbia names son Alexander the Prince-regent
  • 1914-07-05 Germany offers Austria war aid to fight against Russia in Serbia
  • 1914-07-23 Austria-Hungary presents an ultimatum to Serbia; demanding acceptance within 48 hours making peacekeeping difficult
  • 1914-07-25 Serbia meets the deadlines of Austria-Hungary's ultimatum and gives a conciliatory reply, though Serbia is mobilizing
  • 1914-07-28 Austria-Hungary decides against mediation and declares war on Serbia - first declaration of war of WWI
  • 1914-07-29 In response to Austria's declaration of war on Serbia, Russian diplomats and general urge general mobilization, but the Tsar calls for partial mobilization
  • 1914-08-06 WWI: Serbia declares war against Germany
  • 1914-12-02 Austria army occupies Belgrade, Serbia
  • 1914-12-15 Serbian troops retake Belgrade in Austria-Hungary
  • 1915-10-09 Belgrade, Serbia, surrenders to Central leaders
  • 1915-10-11 Bulgarian anti-Serbian offensive begins
  • 1915-11-24 Serbian leader flees to Albania
  • 1916-01-11 Austrian forces capture Mount Lovćen, Serbia. Serbian army retreats, evacuating to Greek island of Corfu
  • 1917-07-20 Pact of Corfu signed: Serbs, Croats & Slovenes form Yugoslavia
  • 1918-10-31 Short-lived Banat Republic founded in territory where Romania, Hungary and Serbia meet
  • 1918-11-26 The Podgorica Assembly votes for "union of the people", declaring assimilation into the Kingdom of Serbia
  • 1918-11-29 Serbia annexes Montenegro
  • 1919-01-07 Montenegrin guerrilla fighters rebel, but fail to prevent Serbia's annexation of Montenegro
  • 1919-05-29 The Republic of Prekmurje founded - a short-lived, unrecognised state, which on June 6, 1919 was incorporated into the newly established Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (renamed "Yugoslavia" in 1929)
  • 1919-10-03 Serbian, Croatian and Slavic Parliament passes an accord for an 8 hr work day
  • 1920-12-13 Netherland breaks contact with Kingdom of Serbia, Croatia and Slavia
  • 1925-07-20 Italian-Serbian/Croatian/Slav treaty about Dalmatie
  • 1926-08-17 Greek-Serbian, Croatian and Slavs peace treaty signed
  • 1927-01-28 Serbian-Croatian-Slavic government of Oezonowitsj falls
  • 1927-03-10 Albania mobilizes due to threats from the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes
  • 1929-10-03 Kingdom of Serbs, Croats & Slovenes changes name to Yugoslavia
  • 1939-02-28 The first issue of Serbian weekly magazine Politikin zabavnik is published.

Historic Event

1941-03-04 Serbian Prince Paul visits Adolf Hitler

  • 1941-05-30 1st anti semitic measures in Serbia
  • 1941-10-20 Nazi occupiers murder 500 inhabitants of Kragujevac Serbia
  • 1944-06-11 1st Serbian Orthodox cathedral in US, Cathedral of St Sava, NYC

Historic Event

1990-10-01 Serbs in Croatia proclaim autonomy

  • 1991-11-18 The Croatian city of Vukovar surrenders to Yugoslav People's Army and allied Serb paramilitary forces after an 87-day siege
  • 1992-04-05 Serbian troops begin besieging Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia, which would become the longest siege in modern warfare
  • 1992-04-07 Republika Srpska (aka the Bosnian Serb Republic) announces its independence.
  • 1992-04-27 The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, comprising Serbia and Montenegro, is proclaimed
  • 1992-05-30 UN votes for sanctions against Serb-led Yugoslavia to halt fighting
  • 1993-11-09 Serbian army fires on school in Sarajevo, 9 children died
  • 1994-03-29 Serbs & Croats sign a cease-fire to end the war in Croatia
  • 1994-04-20 Serbian army bombs hospital in Goradze Bosnia, 47 killed
  • 1994-04-21 Serbian army bombs distress clinic in Goradze Bosnia, 28 killed
  • 1995-05-02 Serbian missiles exploded in the heart of Zagreb, killing six
  • 1995-05-25 The Bosnian Serb Army kills 72 youngsters in the Bosnian city of Tuzla
  • 1995-07-11 7,000 Bosnian Muslim men are massacred when Bosnian Serbs overrun the UN 'safe haven' of Srebrenica
  • 1995-08-05 The city of Knin, a significant Serb stronghold, is captured by Croatian forces during Operation Storm. The date is celebrated as the day of victory (Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day) in Croatia.
  • 1995-08-29 NATO launches Operation Deliberate Force against Bosnian Serb forces.
  • 1996-01-02 The US deploys troops in Northern Bosnia with the intention of maintaining order and peace between Bosnian Serbs and Muslims
  • 1997-02-04 After at first contesting the results, Serbian President Slobodan Milošević recognizes opposition victories in the November 1996 elections.
  • 1997-11-28 First public appearance of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), an ethnic Albanian guerrilla group that fought for the independence of Kosovo from Serbia.
  • 1998-02-28 Kosovo War: Serbian police begin the offensive against the Kosovo Liberation Army in Kosovo.
  • 1999-06-10 Kosovo War: NATO suspends its air strikes after Slobodan Milošević agrees to withdraw Serbian forces from Kosovo.
  • 1999-08-19 In Belgrade tens of thousands of Serbians rally to demand the resignation of Slobodan Milošević as president of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
  • 2000-10-05 Mass demonstrations in Belgrade culminate in the resignation of Serbian strongman Slobodan Milošević, often called the Bulldozer Revolution
  • 2003-02-04 The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia is officially renamed Serbia and Montenegro and adopts a new constitution.
  • 2003-02-27 Former Bosnian Serb leader Biljana Plavsic is sentenced by the U.N. tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands, to 11 years in prison
  • 2003-03-12 Zoran Đinđić, Prime Minister of Serbia, is assassinated in Belgrade.
  • 2004-03-17 Unrest in Kosovo results in more than 22 killed, 200 wounded, and the destruction of 35 Serb Orthodox shrines in Kosovo and two mosques in Belgrade and Nis.
  • 2004-08-17 The National Assembly of Serbia unanimously adopts new state symbols for Serbia: Boze Pravde becomes the new anthem and the coat of arms is adopted for the whole country.
  • 2006-05-21 The Republic of Montenegro holds a referendum proposing independence from the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. The Montenegrin people choose independence with a majority of 55%.
  • 2006-05-22 Results from the Montenegrin independence referendum, 2006 are announced. 55.4% of voters vote to become independent from the Serbia and Montenegro Union.
  • 2006-06-03 The union of Serbia and Montenegro comes to an end with Montenegro's formal declaration of independence

Famous Birthdays

  • 1780-03-18 Milos Obrenovic, Leader of The Second Serbian Uprising and Prince of Serbia (d. 1860)
  • 1806-10-11 Alexander Karađorđević, Prince of Serbia (1842-58), born in Topola, Serbia (d. 1885)
  • 1823-09-16 Michael Obrenovic, ruler of Serbia (1839-42,1860-68), born in Kragujevac, Serbia (d. 1868)
  • 1824-03-15 Branko Radicevic, Serbian poet (1st Serbian Uprising)
  • 1844-07-11 Peter I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia/Yugoslavia (1903-21), born in Belgrade, Ottoman Tributary Principality of Serbia (d. 1921)
  • 1846-01-01 Nikola Pasic, Serbian nationalist/premier (1891..1926)
  • 1851-05-01 Laza Lazarević, Serbian writer (Prvi put s ocem na jutrenje) and psychiatrist, born in Šabac, Serbia (d. 1891)
  • 1854-08-22 Milan I, King of Serbia, born in Mărășești, Romania (d. 1901)

Nikola Tesla

1856-07-10 Nikola Tesla, Serbian-American physicist, electrical engineer and inventor, developed alternating current and the Tesla Coil, born in Smiljan, Austrian Empire (now Croatia) (d. 1943)

  • 1858-02-26 Vladimir Serbsky, Russian psychiatrist (d. 1917)
  • 1858-10-09 Mihajlo "Micheal" Pupin, Serbian-American physicist and telephone pioneer, born in Idvor, Military Frontier of Austria (now Kovačica, Serbia) (d. 1935)
  • 1863-12-07 Svetolik Ranković, Serbian writer (Forest King), born in Velika Moštanica, Principality of Serbia (d. 1899)
  • 1864-09-23 Draga Mašin, Queen of Serbia (d. 1903)
  • 1864-12-23 Zorka of Montenegro, Princess of Serbia (d. 1890)
  • 1871-02-05 Jovan Ducic, Serb poet (Blue Legends)
  • 1876-03-31 Borisav "Bora" Stanković, Serbian writer (d. 1927)
  • 1876-08-14 Alexander I Obrenovic, King of Serbia/Yugoslavia (1922-34), born in Belgrade, Serbia (d. 1903)
  • 1876-08-15 Aleksandar Belic, Serbian linguist, born in Belgrade, Serbia (d. 1960)
  • 1876-09-18 Milan Rakic, Serbian poet (Nove Pesme), born in Belgrade, Serbia (d. 1938)
  • 1888-07-23 Milan Stojadinović, Serbian-Yugoslav political figure and 12th Prime Minister of Yugoslavia (1935-39), born in Čačak, Kingdom of Serbia (d. 1961)
  • 1893-01-15 Dragisa Cvetkovic, Serbian premiere of Yugoslavia (1939-4.)
  • 1893-04-27 Draža Mihailović, Serbian WWII hero and war criminal, born in Ivanjica, Serbia (d. 1946)
  • 1893-10-26 Miloš Crnjanski, Serbian poet (Seobe), born in Csongrád, Austria-Hungary (d. 1977)
  • 1916-04-04 Nikola Ljubičić, President of the Presidency of Serbia (1982-84) and Communist politician, born in Karan, Užice, Kingdom of Serbia (d. 2005)
  • 1922-06-29 Vasko Popa, Yugoslavia-Serbian poet (Heaven is a Side Issue), born in Grebenac, Vojvodina, Yugoslavia (d. 1991)
  • 1924-04-01 Čkalja [Miodrag Petrović], Serbian actor and one of the most popular comedians of former Yugoslavia, born in Kruševac, Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (d. 2003)
  • 1929-11-22 Aleksandar Popović, Serbian dramatist (d. 1996)
  • 1931-06-08 Ivan V. Lalić, Serbian poet, born in Belgrade (d. 1996)

Slobodan Milošević

1941-08-20 Slobodan Milosevic, President of Serbia (1991-97) and Yugoslavia (1997-2000), born in Pozarevac

  • 1944-03-24 Vojislav Koštunica, Serbian Prime Minister
  • 1945-06-19 Radovan Karadžić, Serbian-Bosnian politician
  • 1946-11-30 Marina Abramović, Serbian American performance artist, born in Belgrade, Serbia
  • 1948-10-05 Zoran Živković, Serbian writer, born in Belgrade, Serbia
  • 1948-11-22 Radomir Antić, Serbian soccer defender (1 cap Yugoslavia; Partizan, Luton Town) and manager (Atlético Madrid; Serbia), born in Žitište, Serbia (d. 2020)
  • 1950-04-05 Miki Manojlović, Serbian actor (The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch), born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia
  • 1952-04-17 Arkan [Željko Ražnatović], Serbian paramilitary leader, born in Brežice, Slovenia (d. 2000)
  • 1952-04-20 Božidar Maljković, Serbian basketball coach (EuroLeague C'ship 1989, 90 Jugoplastika; 1993 Limoges CSP; 1996 Panathinaikos BC; FIBA Intercontinental Cup 1996; President OC of Serbia), born in Otočac, Croatia
  • 1952-07-12 Voja Antonić, Serbian inventor and writer, born in Šabac, Serbia
  • 1952-08-01 Zoran Đinđić, 6th Prime Minister of Serbia (2001-03), born in Bosanski Šamac, PR Bosnia and Herzegovina (d. 2003)
  • 1952-09-26 Predrag Miletić, Serbian actor, born in Niš, Serbia
  • 1954-07-19 Srđa Trifković, Serbian-American journalist and foreign affairs editor (Chronicles), born in Belgrade, Serbia
  • 1954-11-24 Emir Kusturica, Serbian-French filmmaker (When Father Was Away on Business; Black Cat, White Cat), and punk rock bassist (No Smoking), born in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • 1955-10-01 Duško Tadić, Bosnian Serb politician and war criminal, born in Kozarac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • 1956-04-03 Boris Miljković, Serbian TV and theatre director, writer and lecturer, born in Zagreb, PR Croatia, FPR Yugoslavia
  • 1958-01-15 Boris Tadić, President of Serbia, born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • 1958-11-16 Boris Krivokapić, Serbian academic
  • 1961-06-23 Zoran Janjetov, Serbian comic artist
  • 1963-06-24 Preki, Serbian-born American soccer player
  • 1966-09-05 Milinko Pantić, Serbian footballer, born in Loznica, Serbia
  • 1971-03-04 Jovan Stanković, Serbian footballer
  • 1973-03-02 Dejan Bodiroga, Serbian basketball forward (FIBA World Cup 1998 [MVP], 2002, Yugoslavia; EuroLeague Final Four MVP 2002, 03; Panathinaikos, FC Barcelona), born in Klek, Serbia
  • 1973-06-14 Ceca Raznatovic, Serbian singer
  • 1974-10-28 Dejan Stefanović, Serbian footballer
  • 1975-11-13 Ivica Dragutinović, Serbian footballer
  • 1977-04-02 Jelena Abbou, Serbian fitness model, born in Gornji Milanovac, Serbia
  • 1977-06-09 Peja Stojakovic, Serbian basketball player
  • 1977-06-17 Branko Tomovic, German Serbian actor, born in Münster, Germany
  • 1978-08-02 Goran Gavrančić, Serbian footballer, born in Belgrade, Serbia
  • 1978-09-11 Dejan Stanković, Serbian footballer (Serbia National Team captain), born in Belgrade, Serbia
  • 1979-04-12 Mateja Kežman, Serbian footballer, born in Belgrade, Serbia
  • 1979-09-13 Ivan Miljković, Serbian volleyball player, born in Niška Banja, Serbia
  • 1979-11-01 Milan Dudić, Serbian soccer defender (13 caps, Serbia and Montenegro; Red Star Belgrade), born in Kraljevo, Serbia
  • 1980-05-02 Miloš Glogovac, Serbian football player, born in Serbia
  • 1980-05-17 Davor Džalto, Serbian art historian
  • 1980-06-25 Maja Latinović, Serbian model, born in Banatsko Veliko Selo, Kikinda, Serbia
  • 1981-01-21 Ivan Ergić, Serbian footballer
  • 1981-10-21 Nemanja Vidić, Serbian footballer
  • 1984-06-22 Janko Tipsarević, Serbian tennis player (Davis Cup 2010), born in Belgrade, Serbia
  • 1984-11-14 Marija Šerifović, Serbian pop singer ("Molitxa"), born in Kragujevac, Serbia
  • 1985-02-28 Jelena Janković, Serbian tennis player, born in Belgrade, Serbia
  • 1985-06-20 Darko Miličić, Serbian basketball player (Detroit Pistons), born in Novi Sad, Serbia, Yugoslavia
  • 1986-02-10 Viktor Troicki, Serbian tennis player, born in Belgrade, Serbia
  • 1986-03-31 Cveta Majtanović, Serbian singer, winner of Pop Idol
  • 1986-04-22 Dusan Sakota, Serbian-Greek basketball player

Novak Đoković

1987-05-22 Novak Đoković [Djokovic], Serbian tennis player (21 x Grand Slam singles titles), born in Belgrade, Serbia

Ana Ivanović

1987-11-06 Ana Ivanović, Serbian tennis player (French Open 2008; world #1 08), born in Belgrade, Serbia

  • 1989-02-03 Slobodan Rajković, Serbian footballer
  • 1990-08-28 Bojan Krkić, Serbian-Spanish footballer, born in Linyola, Spain

Famous Weddings

  • 2008-07-05 "The Bachelor" TV personality Andrew Firestone (32) weds Serbian model and actress Ivana Bozilovic (30) at St Mark's in the Valley Episcopal Church in Los Olivos, California

Famous Deaths

  • 1200-02-13 Stefan Nemanja [Saint Symeon], Serbian ruler and founder of Serbian state (or died 1199)
  • 1228-09-24 Stefanus I Nemanjic de Eerstgekroonde, king of Serbia (1217-28), dies
  • 1236-01-14 Sava [Rastko], son of Serbia's king/saint, dies at 64
  • 1277-05-01 Stefanus IV Uros I de Great, King of Serbia (1243-76), dies
  • 1321-10-29 Stefanus VI Uros II Milutin, king of Serbia (1282-1321), dies
  • 1331-11-11 Stefanus VIII Uros III Decanski, king of Serbia (1322-31), dies
  • 1355-12-20 Stefanus IX Uros IV Dusan, king (1331-46)/Serbia (1346-55), dies
  • 1371-09-26 Vlkasin, Hungarian general/co-king of Serbia, dies
  • 1371-12-04 Stefanus X Uros V, king of Serbia (1355-71), dies
  • 1389-06-15 Lazar I, Serbian prince, dies in battle
  • 1389-06-28 Prince Lazar Hrebeljanović of Serbia (b. 1329)
  • 1395-05-17 Constantine Dragas, Serbian ruler of a semi-independent realm
  • 1853-06-18 Branko Radicevic, Serbian poet (1st Serbian Uprising), dies
  • 1868-05-29 Michael Obrenovich III, Prince of Serbia (b. 1823)
  • 1885-05-04 Alexander Karađorđević, Prince of Serbia (1842-58), dies at 78
  • 1890-03-16 Zorka of Montenegro, Princess of Serbia (b. 1864)
  • 1899-03-18 Svetolik Ranković, Serbian writer (Crushed Ideals), dies at 35
  • 1901-02-11 Milan I, King of Serbia, dies at 56
  • 1903-06-11 King Alexander I and Queen Draga of Serbia are assassinated by a group of army officers as part of a coup

AssassinationFranz Ferdinand

1914-06-28 Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria and his wife Sophie are assassinated in Sarajevo by young Serb nationalist Gavrilo Princip, leads to declarations of war in WWI

  • 1917-04-18 Vladimir Serbsky, Russian psychiatrist, dies at 59
  • 1921-08-16 Peter I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia/Yugoslavia (1903-21), dies at 77
  • 1926-12-10 Nikola Pašić, Kingdom of Serbia and Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes prime minister (b. 1845)
  • 1927-10-22 Borisav "Bora" Stanković, Serbian writer (b. 1876)
  • 1938-06-30 Milan Rakic, Serbian poet (Nove Pesme), dies at 61
  • 1941-05-05 Natalija Obrenović, Queen of Serbia (b. 1859)

Nikola Tesla

1943-01-07 Nikola Tesla, Serbian-American physicist (tesla motor), dies at 86

  • 1943-04-07 Jovan Ducic, Serbian poet (Blue Legends), dies at 72
  • 1967-03-04 Vladan Desnica, Croatian and Serbian writer (b. 1905)
  • 1969-02-18 Dragisa Cvetkovic, Serbian premier of (Yugoslavia 1939-4.), dies at 76
  • 1991-01-05 Vasko Popa, Yugoslavia-Serbian poet (Heaven is a Side Issue), dies at 68
  • 1992-07-02 Borisav Pekic, Serbian writer/politician, dies
  • 1996-07-27 Ivan V. Lalić, Serbian poet, dies at 65
  • 2000-01-15 Arkan [Željko Ražnatović], Serbian paramilitary leader, dies at 47
  • 2003-03-12 Zoran Đinđić, 6th Prime Minister of Serbia (2001-03), assassinated at 50
  • 2003-10-20 Čkalja [Miodrag Petrović], Serbian actor and one of the most popular comedians of former Yugoslavia, dies at 79
  • 2005-10-28 Ljuba Tadić, Serbian actor (b. 1929)

Slobodan Milošević

2006-03-11 Slobodan Milošević, President of Serbia (1991-97) and Yugoslavia (1997-2000), dies at 64

  • 2008-06-08 Šaban Bajramović, Serbian Romani singer-songwriter, dies from a heart attack at 72
  • 2009-11-15 Patriarch Pavle of Serbia, 44th Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church (b. 1914)
  • 2010-09-07 Amar Garibović, Serbian Cross Country Skier (b. 1991)