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Olympic medal record
Men's Water polo
Olympic Games
Competitor for  Yugoslavia
Gold 1984 Los Angeles Team Competition
Gold 1988 Seoul Team Competition
Competitor for  Croatia
Silver 1996 Atlanta Team Competition

Perica Bukić (born February 20, 1966 in Šibenik, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Croatian water polo player and politician. He represented Yugoslavia at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California, where the team won the golden medal.

Bukić was educated at the University of Zagreb, from which he received a degree in economics.[1]

During his active water polo years, he played for "Solaris" Šibenik, "Mladost" Zagreb, and "Jadran" Split.[2] He later became the sports director of "Mladost" Zagreb.

Bukić is a member of the Croatian Democratic Union.[1] In the Croatian parliamentary election, 2003 he attained a seat in the Croatian Parliament. In the 2007 Croatian parliamentary election he retained his seat. His term of office in the Parliament ended in January 2008.[1]

In the year 2004 he was elected as the president of the Croatian Water Polo Federation, the sport's governing body in Croatia.[2]

In July 2008 Bukić was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame.[3][4]

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