1993 World Women's Handball Championship

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1993 World Women's Handball Championship
Tournament details
Host country  Norway
Dates November 24 - December 5, 1993
Teams 16 (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s)  (in Oslo, Trondheim, Stavanger, Bodø, Sandefjord, Stange host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Germany (1st title)
Runner-up  Denmark
Third place  Norway
Tournament statistics
Matches 54
Goals scored 2354 (43.59 per match)
Top scorer(s)  Jeong-Ho Hong (KOR) 58
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The 1993 World Women's Handball Championship was the 11th World Championship in women's handball took place in Norway from 24.11 - 5.12 1993 and was played between 16 nations.

Results[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Norway 3 3 0 0 61 47 +14 6
 Hungary 3 1 1 1 62 56 +6 3
 Poland 3 1 1 1 61 67 −6 3
 Spain 3 0 0 3 38 62 −24 0
24th November  Poland 20 - 19  Spain
(9-10)
24th November  Norway 18 - 15  Hungary
(6-9)

26th November  Hungary 25 - 25  Poland
(13-12)
26th November  Spain 16 - 20  Norway
(6-12)

27th November  Norway 23 - 16  Poland
(12-8)
27th November  Hungary 22 - 13  Spain
(9-9)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Denmark 3 3 0 0 78 69 +9 6
 Russia 3 2 0 1 75 68 +7 4
 South Korea 3 1 0 2 76 81 −5 2
 Lithuania 3 0 0 3 66 77 −11 0
24th November  Denmark 25 - 23  Lithuania
(13-12)
24th November  Russia 28 - 25  South Korea
(14-12)

26th November  Lithuania 19 - 26  Russia
(11-13)
26th November  South Korea 25 - 29  Denmark
(13-15)

27th November  South Korea 26 - 24  Lithuania
(17-11)
27th November  Russia 21 - 24  Denmark
(10-12)

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Sweden 3 2 0 1 61 53 +8 4
 Romania 3 2 0 1 67 57 +10 4
 Germany 3 2 0 1 68 47 +21 4
 Angola 3 0 0 3 43 82 −39 0
24th November  Romania 26 - 16  Angola
(10-6)
24th November  Germany 17 - 15  Sweden
(7-8)

26th November  Sweden 20 - 17  Romania
(11-12)
26th November  Angola 8 - 30  Germany
(3-17)

27th November  Germany 21 - 24  Romania
(9-11)
27th November  Sweden 26 - 19  Angola
(14-8)

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Czechoslovakia* 3 3 0 0 65 53 +12 6
 Austria 3 2 0 1 63 48 +15 4
 United States 3 1 0 2 58 76 −18 2
 China 3 0 0 3 67 76 −9 0

*Even though Czechoslovakia had split into the Czech republic and Slovakia, the countries still competed with a unified team.

24th November  China 26 - 27  United States
(17-13)
24th November  Austria 13 - 16  Czechoslovakia
(6-7)

26th November  United States 11 - 27  Austria
(3-13)
26th November  Czechoslovakia 26 - 20  China
(13-10)

27th November  Austria 23 - 21  China
(14-11)
27th November  Czechoslovakia 23 - 20  United States
(10-9)

Main Round[edit]

Group 1[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Denmark 5 4 0 1 143 122 +21 8
 Norway 5 4 0 1 104 91 +13 8
 Russia 5 2 1 2 113 109 +4 5
 Hungary 5 2 0 3 120 135 −15 4
 Poland 5 1 1 3 117 136 −19 3
 South Korea 5 1 0 4 136 140 −4 2
30th November  Norway 21 - 18  South Korea
(8-11)
30th November  Hungary 24 - 24  Russia
(12-13)
30th November  Poland 25 - 30  Denmark
(13-17)

1st December  Russia 19 - 14  Norway
(9-8)
1st December  South Korea 37 - 29  Poland
(18-14)
1st December  Denmark 37 - 23  Hungary
(21-11)

3rd December  Norway 28 - 23  Denmark
(13-9)
3rd December  Poland 22 - 21  Russia
(9-8)
3rd December  Hungary 33 - 31  South Korea
(13-15)

Group 2[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Germany 5 4 0 1 109 82 +27 8
 Romania 5 3 0 2 111 93 +18 6
 Sweden 5 3 0 2 95 80 +15 6
 Austria 5 3 0 2 83 78 +5 6
 Czechoslovakia 5 2 0 3 99 99 0 4
 United States 5 0 0 5 69 134 −65 0
28th November  Romania 15 - 16  Austria
(9-9)
28th November  Sweden 30 - 11  United States
(17-3)
28th November  Germany 22 - 21  Czechoslovakia
(13-10)

30th November  United States 12 - 24  Germany
(5-13)
30th November  Czechoslovakia 21 - 25  Romania
(11-10)
30th November  Austria 17 - 11  Sweden
(9-4)

1st December  Germany 25 - 10  Austria
(9-4)
1st December  Romania 30 - 15  United States
(17-5)
1st December  Sweden 19 - 18  Czechoslovakia
(10-8)

Classification Round[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Lithuania 3 3 0 0 88 59 +29 6
 China 3 2 0 1 92 84 +8 4
 Spain 3 1 0 2 64 79 −15 2
 Angola 3 0 0 3 60 82 −22 0
30th November  Spain 21 - 15  Angola
(8-8)
30th November  Lithuania 34 - 21  China
(18-9)

1st December  Angola 19 - 26  Lithuania
(9-12)
1st December  China 36 - 24  Spain
(17-11)

3rd December  Spain 19 - 28  Lithuania
(7-14)
3rd December  Angola 26 - 35  China
(15-17)

Finals[edit]

11th place match[edit]

5th December  United States 21 - 29  South Korea Oslo
(9-16)

9th place match[edit]

5th December  Poland 17 - 22  Czechoslovakia Oslo
(10-10)

7th place match[edit]

5th December  Austria 9 - 16  Hungary Oslo
(3-7)

5th place match[edit]

5th December  Russia 25 - 19  Sweden Oslo
(13-12)

Bronze final[edit]

5th December  Romania 19 - 20  Norway Oslo
(9-11)

Final[edit]

5th December  Denmark 21 - 22 (ET)  Germany Oslo
(8-8)

FT: 17-17 ET: 4-5

Statistics[edit]

World Champion[edit]

Michaela Schanze Bianca Urbanke 
Sabine Adamik Andrea Bölk 
Eike Bram Carola Ciszewski 
Cordula David Michaela Erler 
Karen Heinrich Gabriele Palme 
Renate Zienkiewicz Sybille Gruner 
Heike Murrweiss Birgit Wagner 
Heike Axmann Franziska Heinz 

Trainer - Entraîneur - Trainer Lothar Doering

Top scorers[edit]

1  Jeong-Ho Hong (KOR) 58
2  Natalia Morskowa (RUS) 50
3  Zuzana Prekopova (TCH) 44
4  Mirella Mierzejewska (POL) 41
5  Anja Andersen (DEN) 40

Final standings[edit]

Pos Team
1  Germany
2  Denmark
3  Norway
4  Romania
5  Russia
6  Sweden
7  Hungary
8  Austria
9  Czechoslovakia*
10  Poland
11  South Korea
12  United States
13  Lithuania
14  China
15  Spain
16  Angola

*Even though Czechoslovakia had split into the Czech republic and Slovakia, the countries still competed with a unified team.

References[edit]