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Damir Čavlović (born 28 January 1952 in Karlovac) is a former Croatian handball player.
He has coached clubs such as RK Zamet, RK Split Brodokumer, ŽRK Zamet, ŽRK Tvin Trgocentar and RK Kvarner Kostrena. In 1996 he was also coach of the Croatia national handball team.
Čavlović started his playing career in his hometown club RK Dubovac.
After two seasons in Dubovac he was called up by Vlado Stenzel to come play for RK Kvarner in Rijeka. Čavlović played for the greatest generation of the club, while they were playing in the Yugoslav First League. In 1973 Ivan Munitić became head coach and the same season Kvarner was relegated. The next season they quickly earned promotion back to the first tier but were relegated again after one season.
In 1976 he moved to Italian side HC Rovetto where he played for one season. After his short stint in Italy Čavlović returned to Rijeka to play RK Zamet (then Partizan Rijeka) with whom he entered the Yugoslav First League. The club one knocked out after one season. In 1980 Čavlović moved to RK Kvarner for one season and returned to RK Zamet where he retired in 1985.
As a player
- Yugoslav Second League (1): 1974-75
- Yugoslav Second League (1): 1977-78
As a coach
- Zamet U-21
- Croatian Handball Championship U-19 (1): 1990
- Croatian Handball Cup Finalist (1): 1995
- Croatian First A League: Runner-up (2): 1996-97, 1997–98
- Croatian Handball Cup Finalist (2): 2000, 2001
- Kvarner Kostrena
- 3.HRL - West (1): 2002–03