Domagoj Duvnjak is a Croatian professional handball player for THW Kiel and the Croatian national team. He became a member of the Croatia national team at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. He also represented Croatia at the 2012, where Croatia won bronze, and 2016 Olympics. On 26 January 2014, he was named the IHF World Player 2013. In August 2009, Duvnjak signed a three-year contract with HSV Hamburg worth €2.25 million, including a transfer fee of €1.1 million, making him – at age 21 – the most expensive handball player in history of the sport.
Professional handball player who's made more than 150 appearances for the Croatian national team. He won a bronze medal with the team at the 2012 London Olympics and was named 2013's player of the year by the International Handball Federation.
Coming from a handball family, he grew up playing the sport and made his professional debut in 2004, when he was only 16.
He became the sports' most expensive player when, at the age of 21, he signed a three year, 2.25 million Euro contract with HSV Hamburg.
He was born to Ivanka and Ivan, both of whom were handball players. He has a sister named Iva.
He's listed Ivano Balic as his handball role model.
- Sportspeople from Đakovo
- Olympic bronze medalists for Croatia
- THW Kiel players
- Olympic handball players of Croatia
- RK Zagreb players
- Croatian male handball players
- Handball-Bundesliga players
- Handball players at the 2008 Summer Olympics
- Handball players at the 2016 Summer Olympics
- Handball players at the 2012 Summer Olympics
Latest information about Domagoj Duvnjak updated on June 14 2021.