Handball at the 1988 Summer Olympics

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Final results for the Handball competition at the 1988 Summer Olympics.

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Handball

Men's Tournament[edit]

Preliminary Round[edit]

Group A[edit]

PLD: W: D: L: F: A: Pts.
 Soviet Union (URS) 5 5 0 0 130 82 10
 Yugoslavia (YUG) 5 3 1 1 116 109 7
 Sweden (SWE) 5 3 0 2 106 91 6
 Iceland (ISL) 5 2 1 2 96 102 5
 Algeria (ALG) 5 1 0 4 89 109 2
 United States (USA) 5 0 0 5 81 125 0
September 20 10:00 Yugoslavia 18 - 24 USSR
September 20 14:00 Sweden 21 - 18 Algeria
September 20 18:00 Iceland 22 - 15 United States
September 22 10:00 Yugoslavia 31 - 23 United States
September 22 14:00 Sweden 18 - 22 USSR
September 22 18:00 Iceland 22 - 16 Algeria
September 24 10:00 Yugoslavia 23 - 22 Algeria
September 24 14:00 Sweden 20 - 14 Iceland
September 24 18:00 USSR 26 - 14 United States
September 26 10:00 Yugoslavia 19 - 19 Iceland
September 26 14:00 Sweden 26 - 12 United States
September 26 18:00 USSR 26 - 13 Algeria
September 28 10:00 United States 17 - 20 Algeria
September 28 14:00 Iceland 19 - 32 USSR
September 28 18:00 Yugoslavia 25 - 21 Sweden

Group B[edit]

PLD: W: D: L: F: A: Pts.
 South Korea (KOR) 5 4 0 1 127 117 8
 Hungary (HUN) 5 3 0 2 102 93 6
 Czechoslovakia (TCH) 5 3 0 2 109 103 6
 East Germany (GDR) 5 3 0 2 109 100 6
 Spain (ESP) 5 2 0 3 101 106 4
 Japan (JPN) 5 0 0 5 97 126 0


September 20 11:30 Hungary 20 - 22 South Korea
September 20 15:30 East Germany 25 - 18 Japan
September 20 19:30 Spain 17 - 20 Czechoslovakia
September 22 11:30 Hungary 16 - 19 Czechoslovakia
September 22 15:30 East Germany 22 - 23 South Korea
September 22 19:30 Spain 25 - 19 Japan
September 24 11:30 Hungary 22 - 19 Japan
September 24 15:30 East Germany 21 - 20 Spain
September 24 19:30 South Korea 29 - 28 Czechoslovakia
September 26 11:30 Hungary 26 - 16 Spain
September 26 15:30 East Germany 24 - 21 Czechoslovakia
September 26 19:30 South Korea 33 - 24 Japan
September 28 11:30 Czechoslovakia 21 - 17 Japan
September 28 15:30 Spain 23 - 20 South Korea
September 28 19:30 Hungary 18 - 17 East Germany

Final Round[edit]

5th to 12th places[edit]

11th - 12th
September 30 10:00 United States 21 - 24 Japan
9th - 10th
September 30 11:30 Algeria 15 - 21 Spain
7th - 8th
September 30 14:00 Iceland 29 - 31 East Germany
5th - 6th
September 30 15:30 Sweden 27 - 18 Czechoslovakia

Bronze Medal match[edit]

October 1 15:00 Yugoslavia 27 - 23 Hungary

Final[edit]

October 1 17:00 USSR 32 - 25 South Korea

Team Rosters[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
 Soviet Union (URS)
Vyacheslav Atavin
Igor Chumak
Valeri Gopin
Aleksandr Karshakevich
Andrey Lavrov
Yuri Nesterov
Voldemaras Novickis
Aleksandr Rymanov
Konstantin Sharovarov
Yuri Shevtsov
Georgi Sviridenko
Aleksandr Tuchkin
Andrey Tyumentsev
Mikhail Vasilev
 South Korea (KOR)
Choi Suk-Jae
Kang Jae-Won
Kim Jae-hwan
Koh Suk-Chang
Lee Sang-Hyo
Lim Jin-Suk
Noh Hyun-Suk
Oh Young-Ki
Park Do-Hun
Park Young-Dae
Shim Jae-Hong
Shin Young-Suk
Yoon Tae-Il
 Yugoslavia (YUG)
Mirko Bašić
Jožef Holpert
Boris Jarak
Slobodan Kuzmanovski
Muhamed Memić
Alvaro Načinović
Goran Perkovac
Zlatko Portner
Iztok Puc
Rolando Pušnik
Momir Rnić
Zlatko Saračević
Irfan Smajlagić
Ermin Velić
Veselin Vujović

4.  Hungary: Imre Bíró, József Bordás, Ottó Csicsay, János Fodor, János Gyurka, László Hoffmann, Mihály Iváncsik, Mihály Kovács, Péter Kovács, László Marosi, Tibor Oross, Jakab Sibalin, László Szabó, Géza Tóth
5.  Sweden: Per Carlén, Per Carlsson, Johan Eklund, Mats Fransson, Erik Hajas, Claes Hellgren, Peder Järphag, Björn Jilsén, Pär Jilsén, Ola Lindgren, Staffan Olsson, Mats Olsson, Sten Sjögren, Magnus Wislander
6.  Czechoslovakia: Miroslav Bajgar, Michal Barda, Tomáš Bártek, Petr Baumruk, Milan Brestovanský, Karel Jindřichovský, Jiří Kotrč, Peter Mesiarik, Jan Novák, Jozef Škandík, Libor Sovadina, František Štika, Zdeněk Vaněk, Milan Folta
7.  East Germany: Rüdiger Borchardt, Jens Fiedler, Mike Fuhrig, Matthias Hahn, Stephan Hauck, Peter Hofmann, Bernd Metzke, Andreas Neitzel, Peter Pysall, Wieland Schmidt, Holger Schneider, Frank-Michael Wahl, Holger Winselmann
8.  Iceland: Kristján Arason, Alfreð Gíslason, Guðmundur Guðmundsson, Sigurður Gunnarsson, Atli Hilmarsson, Guðmundur Hrafnkelsson, Brynjar Kvaran, Þorgils Mathiesen, Páll Ólafsson, Bjarki Sigurðsson, Jakob Sigurðsson, Geir Sveinsson, Sigurður Sveinsson, Einar Þorvarðarson, Karl Þráinsson
9.  Spain: Juan Javier Cabanas, Juan de la Puente, Jesús Ángel Fernández, Jaume Fort, Jesús Gómez, Ricardo Marín, Juan Francisco Muñoz, Jaime Puig, Javier Reino, Lorenzo Rico, Julián Ruiz, Joan Sagalés, Eugenio Serrano, Juan José Uría, Miguel Ángel Zúñiga
10.  Algeria: Makhlouf Ait Hocine, Omar Azeb, Benali Beghouach, Abdeslam Benmaghsoula, Mahmoud Bouanik, Salah Bouchekriou, Abdelhak Bouhalissa, Brahim Boudrali, Mourad Boussebt, Ahcene Djeffal, Alousofiane Draouci, Fethnour Lacheheb, Zine Eddine Seghir Mohamed, Kamel Ouchia
11.  Japan: Izumi Fujii, Yukihiro Hashimoto, Hidetada Ito, Kazuhiro Miyashita, Yoshihiko Nikawadori, Kiyoshi Nishiyama, Shinji Okuda, Shinichi Shudo, Koji Tachiki, Takashi Taguchi, Seiichi Takamura, Kenji Tamamura, Kodo Yamamoto, Toshiyuki Yamamura, Hiroshi Yanai
12.  United States: James Buehning, Scott Driggers, Craig Fitschen, Steven Goss, Bob Hillary, Boyd Janny, Bryant Johnson, William Kessler, Stephen Kirk, Peter Lash, Joseph McVein, Rod Oshita, Joe Story, Mike Sullivan (handballer), Brian Bennett

Women's Tournament[edit]

Preliminary Round[edit]

Group A[edit]

PLD: W: D: L: F: A: Pts.
 South Korea (KOR) 3 2 0 1 76 67 4
 Yugoslavia (YUG) 3 2 0 1 58 58 4
 Czechoslovakia (TCH) 3 2 0 1 81 69 4
 United States (USA) 3 0 0 3 55 76 0
September 21 10:00 Czechoslovakia 27 - 33 South Korea
September 21 14:00 Yugoslavia 19 - 18 United States
September 23 10:00 Czechoslovakia 33 - 19 United States
September 23 14:00 Yugoslavia 22 - 19 South Korea
September 25 10:00 South Korea 24 - 18 United States
September 25 14:00 Czechoslovakia 21 - 17 Yugoslavia

Group B[edit]

PLD: W: D: L: F: A: Pts.
 Soviet Union (URS) 3 2 1 0 75 49 5
 Norway (NOR) 3 2 1 0 75 53 5
 China (CHN) 3 1 0 2 76 58 2
 Ivory Coast (CIV) 3 0 0 3 37 103 0
September 21 11:30 Soviet Union 24 - 19 China
September 21 15:30 Norway 34 - 14 Côte d'Ivoire
September 23 11:30 Soviet Union 32 - 11 Côte d'Ivoire
September 23 15:30 Norway 22 - 20 China
September 25 11:30 China 37 - 12 Côte d'Ivoire
September 25 15:30 Soviet Union 19 - 19 Norway

Final Round[edit]

5th - 8th[edit]

PLD: W: D: L: F: A: Pts.
 Czechoslovakia (TCH) 3 3 0 0 93 52 6
 China (CHN) 3 2 0 1 89 60 4
 United States (USA) 3 1 0 2 68 80 2
 Ivory Coast (CIV) 3 0 0 3 40 98 0
September 27 10:00 China 31 - 22 United States
September 27 14:00 Côte d'Ivoire 12 - 34 Czechoslovakia
September 29 10:00 Côte d'Ivoire 16 - 27 United States
September 29 14:00 China 21 - 26 Czechoslovakia
China 37 - 12 Côte d'Ivoire
United States 19 - 33 Czechoslovakia

1st - 4th[edit]

PLD: W: D: L: F: A: Pts.
 South Korea (KOR) 3 2 0 1 63 61 4
 Norway (NOR) 3 1 1 1 59 57 3
 Soviet Union (URS) 3 1 1 1 56 55 3
 Yugoslavia (YUG) 3 1 0 2 52 57 2
September 27 11:30 SFR Yugoslavia 15 - 18 USSR
September 27 15:30 South Korea 23 - 20 Norway
September 29 11:30 SFR Yugoslavia 15 - 20 Norway
September 29 15:30 South Korea 21 - 19 USSR
USSR 19 - 19 Norway
South Korea 19 - 22 SFR Yugoslavia

Team Rosters[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
 South Korea (KOR)
Han Hyun-Sook
Ki Mi-Sook
Kim Choon-Rye
Kim Hyun-Mee
Kim Kyung-Soon
Kim Myung-Soon
Lee Ki-Soon
Lim Mi-Kyung
Shon Mi-Na
Song Ji-Hyun
Suk Min-Hee
Sung Kyung-Hwa
 Norway (NOR)
Kjerstin Andersen
Berit Digre
Marte Eliasson
Susann Goksør
Trine Haltvik
Hanne Hegh
Hanne Hogness
Vibeke Johnsen
Kristin Midthun
Karin Pettersen
Karin Singstad
Annette Skotvoll
Ingrid Steen
Heidi Sundal
Cathrine Svendsen
 Soviet Union (URS)
Natalya Anisimova
Maryna Bazhanova
Tatyana Dzhandzhgava
Elina Guseva
Tetyana Horb
Larysa Karlova
Natalya Lapitskaya
Svitlana Mankova
Nataliya Matryuk
Natalya Morskova
Olena Nemashkalo
Nataliya Rusnachenko
Olha Semenova
Yevheniya Tovstohan
Zinaida Turchyna

Summary[edit]

Participating nations[edit]

Each qualified country was allowed to enter one team of 15 players and they all were eligible for participation. Five nations competed in both tournaments.

A total of 282(*) handball players (171 men and 111 women) from 15 nations (men from 12 nations - women from 8 nations) competed at the Seoul Games:

(*) NOTE: There are only players counted, which participated in one game at least.

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  South Korea (KOR) 1 1 0 2
2  Soviet Union (URS) 1 0 1 2
3  Norway (NOR) 0 1 0 1
4  Yugoslavia (YUG) 0 0 1 1

References[edit]