|Full name||Miro Žeravica|
|Born||18 April 1972|
Miro Žeravica (born 18 April 1972) is a retired Croatian swimmer.
Žeravica was born in Split, where he started his swimming career. He later moved to Zagreb.
His greatest success was winning the 1999 European short course gold in 50 m backstroke, ahead of his compatriot Tomislav Karlo.
As of 2015 [update] , Žeravica is head coach of Galatasaray SK swimming in Istanbul.
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