Lola Radivojević

Born in 2005, her tennis career began at the tennis club “Jastrebac” Blace at the age of five.

She continues her career in Niš at the tennis academy “Milaš” with coach Đorđe Kostić. Her favorite shot is forehand parallel and the biggest role models are Ana Ivanović, Maria Sharapova and Novak Djoković.

She won: Palić Open, Tennis Association of East Serbia Championship, Niš Open, Ćuprija Open, Niš Open under 14, Bellevue Cup 2017 in Ulcinj, Vidovdan tournament, Paja Patak Cup…

Lola is one of the biggest hopes of our tennis.

Natalija Pešić

She was born in 1998. At the age of five she started karate in karate club “Blace” from Blace.

At World Championships she won:

  • two golden
  • one silver
  • two bronze medals.

She competes in the senior category at kata and is the current champion of the world.

For more than a decade she has actively participated in eminent competitions and has won a lot of medals.

Marija Čolić

She was born in 1990. She started to practice handball, and at the age of 14 she received a call from Red Star and went to Belgrade where her success continued.

At at the age of 15 she became the youngest captain in the history of the sports club and the captain’s strap remained on her arm for seven years.

She remained a goalkeeper at Red Star for nine seasons. After Red Star her success continues in French clubs Nimes and Nice.

She debuted in Serbian national team in 2016 in Sweden.

Nikola Radosavljević

He was born in 1990 and started with powerlifting in 2013.

The category he competes in is bench press. He has participated in various competitions and state championships in: Vranje, Leskovac, Paraćin, Slovenia, Bela Palanka.

He is a proud winner of ten golden, two silver and two bronze medals.

Nikola has broken state records several times.

Predrag Mijatović

He was born in 2002. He is a student of the second grade of the High School in Blace and the goalkeeper of the Jastrebac Handball Club.

By the age of 12, in 2014, Peđa became the youngest regular of the Jastrebac Handball Club, in the 40-year long tradition of this club, when the former coach and legendary handball player Nedeljko Jovanović put him between the goalposts.

In the past few years, with the representation of the handball camp Rastimo from Novi Sad and the HC Meteor from Leskovac, the generation of 2002, he won the international tournaments in Belgrade, Novi Sad, Skopje, Zrenjanin, Leskovac and Ada, where he was proclaimed the best goalkeeper of the tournament on each one of these.

By chance in 2016, at the age of 14, he became the standard member of the first team of HC Jastrebac, where he fully demonstrated his talent and skills in the senior competition in the First Handball League of Serbia and helped his teammates defend their points as hosts and as well as guests.

In 2017 he became a member of Serbian national team in his age category of boys born in 2002.

Although the best clubs from Serbia and the region are interested in him, Predrag is still a member of our handball club and with his generation of young boys make the backbone of the first team of HC Jastrebac.