The Krešimir Ćosić Hall
The Krešimir Ćosić Hall at the sport and recreation center Višnjik is a multi-purpose sports hall in Zadar with a capacity of 9,200 spectators. The name was given after the leading figure of the Croatian and world basketball Krešimir Ćosić. The sport hall is used by the Basketball Club Zadar.
The construction works were completed in May 2008 and the first sports debut was made by the Croatian handball representation as the host at the qualification tournament for the Olympian Games in Peking 2008. The hall was used at the World Handball Championship in 2009 as Zadar had been appointed as one of the host towns.
The hall was ceremonially proclaimed the Krešimir Ćosić Hall after the start of the match of the NLB league of the first round between Zadar and Split on 3 October 2008. Two days before that event, the Zadar town councillors had unanimously decided that the new basketball hall should be named after Krešimir Ćosić. The former name of the hall had been Sports Center Višnjik.
Dalekovod d.d. has delivered the steel structure for the hall dome that is designed in form of a well-known "Pag Lace" that makes her extremely attractive and recognizable.