Final medal standings: Record for Montenegro on the GSSE - 35 medals

At its first GSSE apperance Montenegro won eight medals, while two years later we bought 11 from Luxembourg.

Twenty-one medals were won in Iceland, followed by 31 in San Marino. At this year's edition of GSSE in Montenegro - our athletes have achieved a record of 35 medals!

Boys and girls from Montenegro won 15 gold, six silver and 14 bronze medals.


Gold medal winners: Danijel Furtula, Kristina Rakocevic, Marija Vukovic, Ljiljana Matovic (athletics), Miroslav Petkovic (bowling), Danilo Pantic, Jusuf Nurkovic, Nikola Gardasevic, team Danilo Pantic, Jusuf Nurkovic, Nikola Gardasevic (judo), Milos Bozovic (shooting) , Vladica Babić (tennis), Men's basketball team, Women's basketball team, Men's national team, Women's volleyball team.


Silver medal winners: Kristina Rakocevic, relay 4x100m in Luka Rakic, Kristijan Subotic, Edin Erović and Srdan Marić, Tomas Djurovic (athletics), Tomislav Rankovic (boccia), Jelena Pantovic (shooting), mix dubl Rezart Cungu-Vladica Babic (tennis).


Bronze medal winners: Slađana Perunović, Darko Pešić two, Ana Bošković, Ljiljana Matović (athletics), Anto Dubreta, Nebojša Gardašević (judo), Nevena Šaranović, Nemanja Obradović (shooting), Filip Radović, dubl Filip Radulović-Filip Radović two medals, dubl Suzana Ćulafić -Ivona Petric (table tennis), dubl Rezart Cungu - Mario Aleksic (tennis).


The most medals were won by Luxembourg - 76 (26 gold, 27 silver and 23 bronze), followed by Cyprus with 64, Iceland with 54, while Monaco took 47.

Behind Montenegro goes Malta with 27, Liechtenstein with 20, Andorra with 18 and San Marino with 11 medals.