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Encyclopedia > List of Olympic medalists in handball

These are the Olympic medalists in handball. The five Olympic rings were designed in 1913, adopted in 1914 and debuted at the Games at Antwerp, 1920. ... A Medal is a word used for various types of compact objects: a wearable medal awarded by an authority government for services redered, especially to a country (such as Armed force service); strictly speaking this only refers to a medal of coin-like appearance, but informally the word also refers... Handball is the name of several different sports: Team handball, or Olympic/European Handball is a game somewhat similar to association football, but the ball is played with the hand, not the foot. ...


Men's Team

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1936 Berlin Germany Germany (GER)
Karl Kreutzberg
Arthur Knautz
Willi Bandholz
Hans Keiter
Wilhelm Brinkmann
Rudolf Stahl
Fritz Spengler
Erich Hermann
Günter Ortmann
Wilhelm Baumann
Fritz Fromm
Heinz Körvers
Wilhelm Müller
Georg Dascher
Kurt Dossin
Hermann Hansen
Edgar Reinhardt
Hans Thelig
Helmut Berthold
Alfred Klingler
Helmut Braselmann
Heinrich Keimig
Austria Austria (AUT)
Freidrich Maurer
Franz Brunner
Friedrich Wurmböck
Siegfried Purner
Johann Zehetner
Johann Houchka
Franz Bistricky
Franz Berghammer
Walter Reisp
Ferdinand Kiefler
Anton Perwein
Alois Schnabel
Franz Bartl
Johann Tauscher
Otto Licha
Emil Juracka
Leopold Wohrlab
Jaroslav Volak
Alfred Schmalzer
Ludwig Schuberth
Josef Kreci
Siegfried Polowny
Switzerland Switzerland (SUI)
Eduard Schmid
Erland Herkenrath
Erich Schmitt
Rolf Fäs
Max Streib
Robert Studer
Rudolf Wirz
Georg Mischon
Ernst Hufschmid
Willy Hufschmid
Eugen Seiterle
Max Blosch
Werner Schuermann
Willy Schäfer
Willy Gysi
Werner Meyer
Burkhard Gantenbein
1948-1968 not included in the Olympic program
1972 Munich Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (YUG)
Zoran Zivkovic
Abaz Arslanagic
Miroslav Pribanic
Petar Fajfric
Milorad Karalic
Djoko Lavrnic
Slobodan Miskovic
Hrvoje Horvat
Branislav Pokrajac
Zdravko Miljak
Milan Lazarevic
Nebojsa Popovic
Zdenko Zorko
Albin Vidovic
 Czechoslovakia (TCH)
Frantisek Kralik
Petr Pospisil
Ivan Satrapa
Vladimir Jary
Jiri Kavan
Andrej Lukosik
Vladimir Habr
Jindrich Krepindl
Ladislav Benes
Vincent Lafko
Jaroslav Konencny
Pavel Mikes
Frantisek Bruna
Jaroslav Skarvan
Arnost Klimcick
Zdenek Skara
Romania Romania (ROM)
Cornel Penu
Alexandru Dinca
Gabriel Kicsid
Ghita Licu
Cristian Gatu
Roland Guner
Radu Voinea
Simion Sobel
Gheorghe Gruia
Werner Stockl
Daniel Marin
Adrian Cosma
Valentin Samungi
Constantin Tudosie
Stefan Birtalan
1976 Montreal USSR USSR (URS)
Mikhail Ishchenko
Anatoli Fedyukin
Vladimir Maksimov
Sergei Kushniryuk
Vasili Ilyin
Vladimir Kravtsov
Yuri Klimov
Yuri Lagutin
Aleksandr Anpilogov
Evgeni Chernyshov
Valeri Gassy
Nikolai Tomin
Yuri Kidyaev
Aleksandr Rezanov
Romania Romania (ROM)
Cornel Penu
Gabriel Kicsid
Crisian Gatu
Ghita Licu
Cezar Draganita
Radu Voinea
Roland Gunes
Alexandru Folker
Stefan Birtalan
Adrian Cosma
Constantin Tudosie
Nicolae Munteanu
Werner Stockl
Mircea Grabovsci
 Poland (POL)
Andrzej Szymczak
Piotr Ciesla
Zdzislaw Antczak
Zygfryd Kuchta
Jerzy Klempel
Janusz Brzozowski
Ryszard Przybysz
Jerzy Melcer
Andrzej Sokolowski
Jan Gmyrek
Henryk Rozmiarek
Alfred Kaluzinski
Wlodzimierz Zielinski
Mieczyslaw Wojczak
1980 Moscow East Germany East Germany (GDR)
Siegfried Voigt
Günter Dreibrodt
Peter Rost
Klaus Gruner
Hans-Georg Beyer
Dietmar Schmidt
Hartmut Krüger
Lothar Doering
Ernst Gerlach
Frank-Michael Wahl
Ingolf Wiegert
Wieland Schmidt
Rainer Höft
Hans-Georg Jaunich
USSR USSR (URS)
Mikhail Ishchenko
Viktor Makhorin
Sergei Kushniriuk
Aleksandr Karshakevich
Vladimir Kravtsov
Vladimir Belov
Anatoli Fediukin
Aleksandr Anpilogov
Evgeni Chernyshov
Aleksei Zhuk
Nikolai Tomin
Yuri Kidiaev
Vladimir Repiev
Valdemar Novitski
Romania Romania (ROM)
Nicolae Munteanu
Marian Dumitru
Iosif Boros
Maricel Voinea
Vasile Stînga
Radu Voina
Cezar Draganita
Cornel Durau
Stefan Birtalan
Alexandru Fölker
Neculai Vasilca
Lucian Vasilache
Adrian Cosma
Claudiu Eugen Ionescu
1984 Los Angeles Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (YUG)
Zlatan Arnautovic
Momir Rnic
Veselin Vukovic
Milan Kalina
Jovica Elezovic
Zdravko Zovko
Pavle Jurina
Veselin Vujovic
Slobodan Kuzmanovski
Mirko Basic
Zdravko Radjenovic
Mile Isakovic
Dragan Mladenovic
Branko Strbac
Rolando Pušnik
West Germany West Germany (FRG)
Andreas Thiel
Arnulf Meffle
Rudiger Neitzel
Martin Schwalb
Dirk Rauin
Michael Paul
Thomas Happe
Erhard Wunderlich
Thomas Springel
Klaus Woller
Jochen Fraatz
Ulrich Roth
Michael Roth
Uwe Schwenker
Siegfried Roch
Romania Romania (ROM)
Maricel Voinea
Vasile Stinga
Gheorghe Covaciu
Cornel Durau
Alexandru Folker
Neculai Vasilca
Alexandru Buligan
Vasile Oprea
Mircea Bedevan
Dumitru Berbece
George Dragescu
Adrian Simion
Nicolae Munteanu
Marian Dumitru
Iosif Boros
1988 Seoul USSR USSR (URS)
Andrey Lavrov
Aleksandr Tuchkin
Aleksandr Rymanov
Aleksandr Karshakevich
Yuri Nesterov
Georgi Sviridenko
Andrei Chumentsev
Mikhail Vasiliev
Vyacheslav Atavin
Valdemar Novitski
Igor Chumak
Konstantin Sharovarov
Valeri Gopin
 Korea (KOR)
Yoon Tae-Il
Kim Jae-Hwan
Shin Yung-Suk
Park Do-Hun
Park Young-Dae
Koh Suk-Chang
Roh Hyun-Suk
Oh Young-Ki
Choi Suk-Jae
Kang Jae-Won
Lee Sang-Hyo
Lee Jin-Suk
Shim Jae-Hong
Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (YUG)
Momir Rnić
Zlatko Saračević
Iztok Puc
Goran Perkovac
Irfan Smajlagić
Zlatko Portner
Veselin Vujović
Jozef Holpert
Mirko Bašić
Alvaro Načinović
Slobodan Kuzmanovski
Ermin Velić
Rolando Pušnik
Boris Jarak
Muhamed Memić
1992 Barcelona Unified Team Unified Team (EUN)
Andrey Lavrov
Igor Vassiliev
Yuri Gavrilov
Andrei Barbachinski
Serguei Bebechko
Valeri Gopine
Vassili Koudinov
Talant Douichebaev
Mikhail Iakimovitch
Oleg Grebnev
Oleg Kisselev
Igor Tchoumak
Sweden Sweden (SWE)
Mats Olsson
Robert Hedin
Magnus Wislander
Anders Bäckegren
Ola Lindgren
Per Carlén
Erik Hajas
Magnus Cato
Axel Sjöblad
Robert Andersson
Pierre Thorsson
Patrik Liljestrand
Steffan Olsson
Magnus Andersson
Tommy Souraniemi
Tomas Svensson
France France (FRA)
Philippe Medard
Pascal Mahe
Philippe Deburwau
Denis Lathoud
Denis Tristant
Gael Monthurel
Eric Quintin
Jean-Luc Thiebaut
Philippe Gardent
Thierry Perreux
Laurent Munier
Frederic Perez
Jackson Richardson
Stephane Stoecklin
Frederic Volle
1996 Atlanta Croatia Croatia (CRO)
Vladimir Jelcic
Goran Perkovac
Irfan Smajlagic
Bozidar Jovic
Alvaro Nacinovic
Vladimir Sujster
Bruno Gudelj
Nenad Kljaic
Iztok Puc
Zoran Mikulic
Patrik Cavar
Venio Losert
Patrik Cavar
Valner Frankovic
Slavko Goluza
Valter Matosevic
Zlatko Saracevic
Sweden Sweden (SWE)
Tomas Svensson
Martin Frändesjö
Mats Olsson
Robert Hedin
Magnus Wislander
Tomas Sivertsson
Ola Lindgren
Per Carlén
Erik Hajas
Johan Pettersson
Stefan Löfgren
Robert Andersson
Pierre Thorsson
Steffan Olsson
Magnus Andersson
Andreas Larsson
Spain Spain (ESP)
Jaume Fort Mauri
Demetrio Lozano
Salvador Esquer
Rafael Guijosa
Fernando Hernandez
Raul Gonzalez
Iñaki Urdangarin
Jesus Olalla
Mateo Garralda
Talant Douichebaev
Jesus Fernandez
Albert Urdiales
Jordi Nunez
Juan Perez
Jose Hombrados
Aitor Etxaburu
2000 Sydney  Russia (RUS)
Andrey Lavrov
Dmitriy Filippov
Viatcheslav Gorpichin
Oleg Khodkov
Edouard Kokcharov
Vassili Koudinov
Stanislav Koulintchenko
Dmitri Kouzelev
Denis Krivoshlykov
Igor Lavrov
Serguei Pogorelov
Pavel Sukossian
Dmitri Torgovanov
Alexandre Tuchkin
Lev Voronin
Sweden Sweden (SWE)
Magnus Andersson
Ola Lindgren
Tomas Svensson
Pierre Thorsson
Magnus Wislander
Martin Boquist
Martin Frandesjö
Mathias Franzen
Peter Gentzel
Andreas Larsson
Stefan Löfgren
Ljubomir Vranjes
Staffan Olsson
Johan Pettersson
Thomas Sivertsson
Spain Spain (ESP)
Talant Douichebaev
Mateo Garralda
Rafael Guijosa
Demetrio Lozano
Jordi Nunez
Juan Pérez
Iñaki Urdangarin
Alberto Urdiales
David Barrufet
Enric Masip Borras
2004 Athens Croatia Croatia (CRO)
Davor Dominikovic
Venio Losert
Ivano Balic
Vedran Zrnic
Igor Vori
Goran Sprem
Denis Spoljaric
Vlado Sola
Petar Metlicic
Valter Matosevic
Blazenko Lackovic
Niksa Kaleb
Slavko Goluza
Mirza Dzomba
Germany Germany (GER)
Torsten Jansen
Stefan Kretzschmar
Volker Zerbe
Christian Zeitz
Frank Von Behren
Daniel Stephan
Christian Schwarzer
Christian Ramota
Klaus-Dieter Petersen
Florian Kehrmann
Jan Olaf Immel
Pascal Hens
Henning Fritz
Mark Dragunski
Markus Baur
 Russia (RUS)
Alexandre Tuchkin
Alexey Kostygov
Viatcheslav Gorpichin
Pavel Bashkin
Alexander Gorbatikov
Serguei Pogorelov
Alexey Rastvortsev
Denis Krivoshlykov
Eduard Kokcharov
Oleg Kuleshov
Mikhail Chipurin
Vitali Ivanov
Andrey Lavrov
Dmitri Torgovanov

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Women's Team

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1976 Montreal USSR USSR (URS)
Aldona Chesaitite-Nenenene
Nina Lobova
Lyudmila Panchuk
Larisa Karlova
Natalia Sherstyuk-Timoshkina
Rafiga Shabanova
Liubov Berezhnaya-Odinokova
Zinaida Turchina
Tatiana Makarets-Kochergina
Mariya Litoshchenko
Liudmila Bobrus-Paradnik
Tatyana Glushchenko
Lyudmila Shubina
Galina Zakharova
East Germany East Germany (GDR)
Hannelore Zober
Gabriele Badorek
Evelyn Matz
Roswitha Krause
Christina Rost
Petra Uhlig
Christina Voss
Liane Michaelis
Silvia Siefert
Marion Tietz
Kristina Richter-Hochmut
Eva Paskuy
Waltraud Kretzschmar
Hannelore Burosch
Hungary Hungary (HUN)
Agota Bujdoso
Marta Megyeri
Borbala Toth-Harsanyi
Katalin Laki
Amalia Sterbinszky
Ilona Nagy
Klara Csik
Rozalia Lelkes
Maria Vadasz
Erzsebet Nemeth
Eva Angyal
Maria Berzsenyi
Marianna Nagy
Zsuzsa Kezi
1980 Moscow USSR USSR (URS)
Natalia Timoshkina
Larisa Karlova
Irina Palchikova
Zinaida Turchina
Tatiana Kochergina
Liudmila Poradnik
Larisa Savkina
Aldona Nenenene
Yulia Safina
Olga Zubareva
Valentina Lutaeva
Liubov Odinokova
Sigita Strechen
Natalia Lukianenko
Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (YUG)
Ana Titlic
Slavica Jeremic
Zorica Vojinovic
Radmila Drljaca
Katica Ileš
Mirjana Ognjenovic
Svetlana Anastasovski
Rada Savic
Svetlana Kitic
Mirjana Djurica
Biserka Višnjic
Vesna Radovic
Jasna Merdan
Vesna Miloševic
East Germany East Germany (GDR)
Hannelore Zober
Katrin Krüger
Evelyn Matz
Roswitha Krause
Christina Rost
Petra Uhlig
Claudia Wunderlich
Sabine Röther
Kornelia Kunisch
Marion Tietz
Kristina Richter
Waltraud Kretzschmar
Birgit Heinecke
Renate Rudolph
1984 Los Angeles Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (YUG)
Jasna Ptujec
Zorica Pavisevic
Ljubinka Jankovic
Svetlana Anastasovski
Svetlana Kitic-Dasic
Emilija Ercic
Alenka Cuderman
Svetlana Mugosa-Antit
Mirjana Djurica
Biserka Visnjic
Slavica Djukic
Jasna Merdan-Kolar
Mirjana Ognjenovic
Ljiljana Mugosa
Dragica Djuric
 Korea (KOR)
Kyung-Soon Kim
Soon-Ei Lee
Hyoi-Soon Jeong
Mi-Sook Kim
Hwa-Soo Han
Ok-Hwa Kim
Choon-Rye Kim
Soon-Book Jeong
Byung-Soon Yoon
Young-Ja Lee
Kyung-Hwa Sung
Soo-Kyung Yoon
Mi-Ha Son
 China (CHN)
Xing-Jiang Wu
Jian-Ping He
Jue-Feng Zhu
Wei-Hong Zhang
Xiu-Min Gao
Lin-Wei Wang
Li-Ping Liu
Xiu-Lan Sun
Yu-Mei Liu
Lan Li
Ming-Xing Wang
Zhen Chen
Pei-Jun Zhang
1988 Seoul  Korea (KOR)
Song Ji-Hyun
Han Hyun-Sook
Kim Choon-Rye
Kim Myung-Soon
Lee Ki-Soon
Kim Hyun-Mee
Kim Mi-Sook
Suk Min-Hee
Son Mi-Ha
Lim Mi-Kyung
Kim Kyung-Soon
Sung Kyung-Hwa
Norway Norway (NOR)
Cathrine Svendsen
Heidi Sundal
Hanne Hegh
Hanne Hogness
Karin Singstad
Trine Haltvik
Ingrid Steen
Karin Pettersen
Annette Skottvoll
Kristin Midthun
Kjerstin Andersen
Berit Digre
Susann Goksør
Marte Eliasson
Vibeke Johnsen
USSR USSR (URS)
Natalya Mitryuk
Larisa Karlova
Zinaida Turchina
Marina Bazanova
Natalya Morskova
Tatyana Gorb
Elena Nemashkalo
Tatyana Djandjgava
Natalya Anisimova
Svetlana Mankova
Yevgeniya Tovstogan
Olga Semenova
Natalya Rusnachenko
Ellina Guseva
1992 Barcelona  Korea (KOR)
Hyang-Ja Moon
Eun-Young Nam
Ho-Youn Lee
Mi-Young Lee
Jeong-Ho Hong
O-Kyung Lim
Hye-Sook Min
Jeong-Lim Park
Sung-Ok Oh
Ri-Ra Jang
Hwa-Sook Kim
Kap-Sook Park
Jae-Kyung Cha
Norway Norway (NOR)
Hege Kirsti Frøseth
Tonje Sagstuen
Hanne Hogness
Heidi Sundal
Susann Goksør
Cathrine Svendsen
Mona Dahle
Siri Eftedal
Henriette Henriksen
Ingrid Steen
Karin Pettersen
Annette Skotvoll
Kristine Duvholt
Heidi Tjugum
Unified Team Unified Team (EUN)
Svetlana Bogdanova
Natalia Deriouguina
Galina Onoprienko
Tatiana Gorb
Natalia Morskova
Lioudmila Goduz
Svetlana Priahina
Natalya Anisimova
Galina Borzenkova
Tatiana Djandjgava
1996 Atlanta Denmark Denmark (DEN)
Lene Rantala
Anne Dorthe Tanderup
Camilla Andersen
Tina Bottzau
Anette Hoffman
Anja Hansen
Marianne Florman
Janne Kolling
Conny Hamann
Anja Andersen
Gitte Madsen
Gitte Sunesen
Heidi Astrup
Tonje Kærgård
Susanne Lauritsen
Kristine Andersen
 Korea (KOR)
Hyang-Ja Moon
Soon-Young Huh
Mi-Sam Kim
Sun-Hee Han
Hye-Jeong Kwag
O-Kyung Lim
Rang Kim
Jeong-Mi Kim
Sung-Ok Oh
Jeong-Ho Hong
Jeong-Lim Park
Yong-Ran Oh
Jeong-Lim Park
Eun-Mi Kim
Sang-Eun Lee
Eun-Hee Cho
Cheong-Ship Kim
Hungary Hungary (HUN)
Aniko Meksz
Eszter Matefi
Auguszta Matyas
Beatrix Toth
Ildiko Padar
Erzsebet Kocsis
Helga Nemeth
Beat Siti
Eva Erdos
Aniko Kantor
Beata Hoffman
Aniko Kantor
Aniko Nagy
Beatrix Kokeny
Andrea Farkas
Katalin Szilagyi
Anna Szanto
2000 Sydney Denmark Denmark (DEN)
Lene Rantala
Camilla Andersen
Tina Böttzau
Janne Kolling
Tonje Kjærgård
Karen Brødsgaard
Katrine Fruelund
Maja Grønbæk
Christina Hansen
Anette Hoffmann
Lotte Kjærskou
Karin Mortensen
Anja Nielsen
Rikke Petersen
Mette Vestergaard
Hungary Hungary (HUN)
Andrea Farkas
Tamasné Zsembery
Ildikó Pádár
Anikó Nagy
Rita Déli
Bojana Radulovics
Krisztina Pigniczki
Agnes Farkas
Anikó Kántor
Beáta Siti
Beatrix Kökény
Katalin Pálinger
Dóra Lőwy
Anita Kulcsár
Beatrix Balogh
Norway Norway (NOR)
Kristine Duvholt
Trine Haltvik
Heidi Tjugum
Susann Goksør-Bjerkrheim
Ann Cathrin Eriksen
Kjersti Grini
Elisabeth Hilmo
Mia Hundvin
Tonje Larsen
Cecilie Leganger
Jeanette Nilsen
Marianne Rokne
Brigitte Sættem
Monica Sandve
Else-Marthe Sørlie
2004 Athens Denmark Denmark (DEN)
Louise Bager Nørgaard
Rikke Skov
Henriette Rønde Mikkelsen
Mette Vestergaard
Rikke Hørlykke Jørgensen
Camilla Ingemann Thomsen
Karin Ørnhøj Mortensen
Lotte Kiærskou
Trine Jensen
Katrine Fruelund
Rikke Poulsen Schmidt
Kristine Andersen
Karen Brødsgaard
Line Daugaard
Josephine Touray
 Korea (KOR)
Oh Yong-Ran
Woo Sun-Hee
Huh Soon-Young
Lee Gong-Joo
Jang So-Hee
Kim Hyun-Ok
Kim Cha-Youn
Oh Seong-Ok
Huh Young-Sook
Moon Kyeong-Ha
Lim O-Kyeong
Lee Sang-Eun
Myoung Bok-Hee
Choi Im-Jeong
Moon Pil-Hee
Ukraine Ukraine (UKR)
Nataliya Borysenko
Ganna Burmystrova
Tetyana Shinkarenko
Maryna Vergelyuk
Olena Yatsenko
Ganna Siukalo
Olena Radchenko
Olena Tsygitsa
Galyna Markushevska
Lyudmyla Shevchenko
Iryna Honcharova
Nataliya Lyapina
Anastasiya Borodina
Larysa Zaspa
Oxana Rayhel

Image File history File links Flag_of_the_Soviet_Union. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_East_Germany. ... Flag of East Germany East Germany competed at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Hungary. ... Handball at the 1980 Summer Olympics was represented by 2 events _ a mens and a womens team competitions. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_the_Soviet_Union. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_SFR_Yugoslavia. ... Flag of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia competed at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_East_Germany. ... Flag of East Germany East Germany competed at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow under the IOC country code GDR. Medals Categories: Olympic stubs | Nations at the 1980 Summer Olympics | Germany at the Olympics ... Image File history File links Flag_of_SFR_Yugoslavia. ... Flag of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia competed at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California under the IOC country code YUG. It was the sixteenth appearance of the European nation, which made its Olympic debut in 1912. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_South_Korea_(bordered). ... Flag of South Korea South Korea competed as Korea at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_the_Peoples_Republic_of_China. ... Final results for the Handball competition at the 1988 Summer Olympics. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_South_Korea_(bordered). ... Flag of South Korea South Korea was the host nation and competed as Korea at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Norway. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_the_Soviet_Union. ... The final results of the [[Team Handball competition at the 1992 Summer Olympics: Mens Tournament ... Image File history File links Flag_of_South_Korea_(bordered). ... Flag of South Korea South Korea competed as Korea at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Norway. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_the_Olympic_Movement. ... The Unified Team used the Olympic flag The Unified Team at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona was a joint team consisting of twelve of the fifteen former Soviet republics. ... Final results for the Handball competition at the 1996 Summer Olympics. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Denmark. ... Anja Andersen is a female handball player known for her temper and courage to make dramatic scenes and daring tricks during a match, even when under pressure (ie. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_South_Korea_(bordered). ... Flag of South Korea South Korea competed as Korea at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Hungary. ... Final results for the Team Handball competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics: Men´s Tournament Womens Tournament Categories: 2000 Summer Olympics events ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Denmark. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Hungary. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Norway. ... Handball at the 2004 Summer Olympics had a mens and a womens team competitions with the preliminary rounds taking place in the Sports Pavilion at the Faliro Coastal Zone Olympic Complex. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Denmark. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_South_Korea_(bordered). ... South Korea competed as Korea at the 2004 Summer Olympics, while North Korea competed as DPR Korea. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Ukraine. ...

References

  • International Olympic Committee results database

 
 

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