Handball at the 2002 Asian Games

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The Handball events at the 2002 Asian Games were held in Busan, South Korea between 30 September and 13 October 2002. The competition took place at Changwon Gymnasium.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  South Korea (KOR) 2 0 0 2
2  Kazakhstan (KAZ) 0 1 0 1
 Kuwait (KUW) 0 1 0 1
4  China (CHN) 0 0 1 1
 Qatar (QAT) 0 0 1 1
Total 2 2 2 6

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men  South Korea (KOR)
Han Kyung-Tai
Hwangbo Sung-Il
Kim Tae-Wan
Yoon Kyung-Min
Jeong Seo-Yoon
Lim Seong-Sik
Chang Joon-Sung
Nam Kwang-Hyun
Yoon Kyung-Shin
Park Min-Chul
Lee Jun-Hee
Kang Il-Koo
Lee Jae-Woo
Park Jung-Jin
Lee Byung-Ho
Paek Won-Chul
 Kuwait (KUW)
Abdulrazzaq Al-Boloushi
Hasan Al-Shatti
Fahad Faheed
Waleed Al-Hajraf
Husain Siwan
Ali Al-Haddad
Ahmad Al-Kandari
Abdullah Al-Theyab
Yousef Al-Fadhli
Salah Anas
Abdulaziz Balous
Mishal Swailem
Mohammad Fallah
Saad Al-Azemi
Ali Murad
Faisal Siwan
 Qatar (QAT)
Nawaf Al-Suwaidi
Mohammed Saad Aman
Rashid Fadel
Mohammed Al-Mansoori
Abdullah Saad Aman
Adnan Al-Ali
Khalid Al-Sabea
Ahmed Saad Aman
Mubarak Bilal
Yousef Ashoor
Nasser Saad Aman
Mahmoud Ali
Badi Johar
Yousef Al-Maalem
Borhan Saleh
Meshaal Al-Sulaiti
Women  South Korea (KOR)
Lee Nam-Soo
Kim Hyang-Ki
Huh Soon-Young
Kim Eun-Gyung
Jang So-Hee
Kim Hyun-Ok
Kim Cha-Youn
Lee Seul-Hee
Huh Young-Sook
Moon Kyeong-Ha
Kim Cheong-Sim
Chung Eun-Hee
Woo Sun-Hee
Myoung Bok-Hee
Choi Im-Jeong
Son Myung-Hee
 Kazakhstan (KAZ)
Olga Travnikova
Yelena Kozlova
Olga Zolina
Irina Borechko
Marina Buzmakova
Svetlana Grasmik
Lyazzat Kilibayeva
Olga Yegunova
Liliya Zubkova
Lyudmila Sidorenko
Natalya Kubrina
Irina Lang
Natalya Shapovalova
Irina Melnikova
Yuliya Puzanova
Olga Adzhigerskaya
 China (CHN)
Wang Xiaojiong
Zhai Chao
Liu Yun
Li Bing
Shi Wei
Li Yang
Chen Haiyun
Zhu Hongxia
Wu Yanan
Liu Xiaomei
Che Zhihong
Yu Geli
Zhao Ying
Li Weiwei
Li Xin

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Preliminary[edit]

Group A[edit]
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 South Korea 4 4 0 0 145 65 +80 8
 Japan 4 3 0 1 134 69 +65 6
 Bahrain 4 2 0 2 135 92 +43 4
 China 4 1 0 3 116 111 +5 2
 Mongolia 4 0 0 4 34 227 −193 0
September 30
15:00
South Korea  59 – 7  Mongolia Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(33–2)

September 30
17:00
Japan  30 – 15  China Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(14–8)

October 2
15:00
South Korea  37 – 20  China Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(16–11)

October 2
17:00
Japan  35 – 24  Bahrain Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(17–11)

October 4
15:00
Japan  52 – 6  Mongolia Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(26–3)

October 4
17:00
China  27 – 28  Bahrain Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(12–14)

October 6
15:00
South Korea  25 – 21  Bahrain Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(13–11)

October 6
17:00
China  54 – 16  Mongolia Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(26–3)

October 8
15:00
South Korea  24 – 17  Japan Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(10–7)

October 8
17:00
Bahrain  62 – 5  Mongolia Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(37–5)
Group B[edit]
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Kuwait 3 2 1 0 86 81 +5 5
 Qatar 3 2 0 1 90 77 +13 4
 Chinese Taipei 3 1 0 2 86 92 −6 2
 United Arab Emirates 3 0 1 2 74 86 −12 1
October 1
17:00
Kuwait  28 – 26  Qatar Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(18–12)

October 3
17:00
United Arab Emirates  26 – 30  Chinese Taipei Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(13–15)

October 5
17:00
Kuwait  32 – 29  Chinese Taipei Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(15–14)

October 7
17:00
United Arab Emirates  22 – 30  Qatar Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(13–15)

October 9
15:00
Kuwait  26 – 26  United Arab Emirates Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(13–14)

October 9
17:00
Qatar  34 – 27  Chinese Taipei Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(18–12)

Classification 5th–8th[edit]

Classification 7th–8th[edit]
October 12
16:00
China  33 – 27  United Arab Emirates Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(18–10)
Classification 5th–6th[edit]
October 12
18:00
Bahrain  33 – 35 (ET)  Chinese Taipei Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(9–14)

FT: 27–27 ET: 6–8

Final round[edit]

Semi-final Final 1st–2nd
October 11
  South Korea  31  
  Qatar  30  
 
October 13
      South Korea  22
    Kuwait  21
Final 3rd–4th
October 11 October 13
  Kuwait  27   Qatar  28
  Japan  24     Japan  21
Semi-finals[edit]
October 11
16:00
South Korea  31 – 30  Qatar Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(16–14)

October 11
18:00
Kuwait  27 – 24  Japan Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(14–12)
Final 3rd–4th[edit]
October 13
16:00
Qatar  28 – 21  Japan Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(14–7)
Final 1st–2nd[edit]
October 13
18:00
South Korea  22 – 21  Kuwait Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(13–11)

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team
1  South Korea
2  Kuwait
3  Qatar
4  Japan
5  Chinese Taipei
6  Bahrain
7  China
8  United Arab Emirates
9  Mongolia

Women[edit]

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1  South Korea 4 4 0 0 116 83 +33 8
2  Kazakhstan 4 2 1 1 104 98 +6 5
3  China 4 1 2 1 100 96 +4 4
4  Japan 4 0 2 2 90 109 −19 2
5  North Korea 4 0 1 3 99 123 −24 1
October 1
13:00
South Korea  28 – 21  Japan Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(13–12)

October 1
15:00
China  24 – 24  Kazakhstan Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(12–13)

October 3
13:00
South Korea  28 – 19  Kazakhstan Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(13–9)

October 3
15:00
Japan  26 – 26  North Korea Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(14–12)

October 5
15:00
China  34 – 23  North Korea Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(13–12)

October 7
13:00
South Korea  34 – 24  North Korea Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(15–16)

October 7
15:00
Japan  20 – 32  Kazakhstan Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(8–18)

October 9
13:00
China  23 – 23  Japan Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(11–9)

October 11
14:00
Kazakhstan  29 – 26  North Korea Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(14–13)

October 12
14:00
South Korea  26 – 19  China Changwon Gymnasium, Changwon
(10–12)

References[edit]