Nenad Njaradi, a fitness trainer with extensive international experience in various sports. He graduated from the Sports Academy in Belgrade and the Faculty of Sports and Tourism, TIMS, in Novi Sad.


As an athlete, he competed in the triple jump athletic discipline and was a member of the Yugoslav national team. He won second place in the Final of the Yugoslav Cup in 1999. and became the indoor champion of Yugoslavia in 2000. He performed at several Balkan Games and in 1998. won third place at the 53rd Balkan Games in Belgrade.

After the end of his sports career in 2000. he began his coaching career at the Vrbas Handball Club. Later, he worked in all handball national teams of Serbia and with the women’s national team of Serbia, he won second place at the World Championship in 2013 and a gold medal at the Mediterranean Games in Turkey (Mersin) the same year.

At the representative level, he worked with the Egyptian handball team in the preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing and the preparations for the 2009 World Cup. Later in the national team of Bahrain 2011/12 at the Asian Championships and the national team of Iran 2015/16 at the Asian Championships and in the qualifications for the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.

At the club level he worked in HC Bosna in the Champions League from 2009. to 2011. HC Vardar men’s team in the Champions League 2012/2013. Rk Vardar women’s team in the Champions League 2013/2014 and won 3rd place. Handball club Oroshaza (HUN) 2016/17.

He collaborated in creating the training process in handball teams from France, Romania and Iran.

Prepared the Vojvodina Expedition in 2008 in the expedition to the Himalayas to conquer the summit of K2.

And with many other athletes in team and individual sports.

He is currently working in football in the Spanish LaLiga at the Alaves football club since 2017.