Handball at the Friendship Games

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Handball at the Friendship Games was contested in two events. Men's event took place in Rostock and Magdeburg, East Germany between 17 and 21 July 1984, with eight teams competing. Women's events was contested in Trenčín, Czechoslovakia between 21 and 26 August 1984 with six teams competing.

Men's event[edit]

Eight teams were drawn into two groups.

The host nation, East Germany, had two teams in the tournament. However, the East Germany "B" team competed "off competition". Despite ending the tournament on the sixth place, this result was not included in the final rankings. The seventh team (i. e. Czechoslovakia) was instead counted as the sixth place team, etc.[1]

Group A[edit]

All matches played in Magdeburg.

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Points
 Soviet Union 3 3 0 0 69 53 +16 6
 Hungary 3 2 0 1 72 66 +6 4
 East Germany B 3 1 0 2 63 71 -8 2
 Czechoslovakia 3 0 0 3 57 71 -14 0

Results[edit]

Results Soviet Union Hungary East Germany B Czechoslovakia
Soviet Union  28:20 24:17 17:16
Hungary  20:28 26:18 26:20
East Germany B  17:24 18:26 28:21
Czechoslovakia  16:17 20:26 21:28

Group B[edit]

All matches played in Rostock.

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Points
 East Germany A 3 3 0 0 88 56 +32 6
 Poland 3 2 0 1 80 69 +11 4
 Bulgaria 3 1 0 2 61 78 -17 2
 Cuba 3 0 0 3 70 96 -26 0

Results[edit]

Results East Germany A Poland Bulgaria Cuba
East Germany A  24:20 29:16 35:20
Poland  20:24 26:18 34:27
Bulgaria  16:29 18:26 27:23
Cuba  20:35 27:34 23:27

Final round[edit]

Final
     
A1  East Germany A 18
B1  Soviet Union 17
3rd place match
     
A2  Hungary 21
B2  Poland 22

Classification 5th–8th[edit]

5th place match
     
A3  East Germany B 22
B3  Bulgaria 25
7th place match
     
A4  Czechoslovakia 32
B4  Cuba 20

Final ranking[edit]

Gold medal icon.svg  East Germany A
Silver medal icon.svg  Soviet Union
Bronze medal icon.svg  Poland
4  Hungary
5  Bulgaria
6  Czechoslovakia
7  Cuba
 East Germany B*

* – East Germany B competed "off competition" and was not included in the final ranking table.[1]

Top scorer[edit]

Women's event[edit]

Six teams competed in a round-robin tournament.

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Soviet Union 5 5 0 0 129 93 +36 10
Silver medal icon.svg  Czechoslovakia 5 3 1 1 96 99 –3 7
Bronze medal icon.svg  East Germany 5 2 1 2 101 95 +6 5
4  Hungary 5 1 1 3 96 97 –1 3
5  Poland 5 1 1 3 100 121 –21 3
6  Bulgaria 5 1 0 4 95 112 –17 2

Results[edit]

Results Soviet Union Czechoslovakia East Germany Hungary Poland Bulgaria
Soviet Union  24:15 24:21 22:20 31:16 28:21
Czechoslovakia  15:24 15:15 20:19 20:18 26:23
East Germany  21:24 15:15 16:22 27:21 22:13
Hungary  20:22 19:20 22:16 22:22 13:17
Poland  16:31 18:20 21:27 22:22 23:21
Bulgaria  21:28 23:26 13:22 17:13 21:23

Winning teams' squads[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's
 East Germany A
Heiko Bonath
Rüdiger Borchardt
Günter Dreibrodt
Lutz Grosser
Stephan Hauck
Peter Hofmann
Hartmut Krüger
Peter Pysall
Peter Rost
Udo Rothe
Dietmar Schmidt
Wieland Schmidt
Dirk Schnell
Frank-Michael Wahl
Ingolf Wiegert
Holger Winselmann
 Soviet Union
Aleksandr Anpilogov
Leonid Berenstein
Vladimir Belov
Oleg Gagin
Mykhaylo Ishchenko
Aleksandr Karshakevich
Yuri Kidyaev
Serhiy Kushniryuk
Ivan Levin
Voldemaras Novickis
Aleksandr Rymanov
Yuri Shevtsov
Aleksandr Shypenko
Raimondas Valuckas
Mikhail Vasilev
Mykola Zhukov
 Poland
Ryszard Antczak
Lesław Dziuba
Jerzy Garpiel
Zbigniew Gawlik
Andrzej Kącki
Grzegorz Kosma
Andrzej Mientus
Henryk Mrowiec
Marek Pazdur
Zbigniew Plechoć
Andrzej Szymczak
Andrzej Tłuczyński
Zbigniew Tłuczyński
Zbigniew Urbanowicz
Daniel Waszkiewicz
Bogdan Wenta
Women's
 Soviet Union
Asmira Aksierova
Maryna Bazhanova
Olga Dyedusienko
Tetyana Horb
Natalya Guskova
Larysa Karlova
Svitlana Mankova
Nataliya Matryuk
Lyubov Odynokova
Tamila Oleksiuk
Iryna Popova
Yuliya Safina
Tatyana Schalimova
Sigita Strečen
Zinaida Turchyna
Olha Zubaryeva
 Czechoslovakia
Maria Benova
Maria Borosowa
Marta Chlpekova
Stefania Corbova
Alena Damitsova
Maria Durisinova
Erika Gombosova
Anna Hradska
Jaroslava Ivancikova
Marta Jurisicova
Bozena Mazgutova
Blazena Novosadova
Marta Pösova
Bibiana Scerbakova
Jana Stasova
Daniela Trandzikova
 East Germany
Britta Franke
Cornelia Franz
Ramona Grobman
Evelyn Hübscher
Liane Kämpf
Katrin Krüger
Kornelia Kunisch
Annegret Matthäus
Annett Partusch
Sabina Picken
Kerstin Rast
Kerstin Schmidt
Marion Schulz
Andrea Stolletz
Sybille Wagner
Claudia Wunderlich

Medal table[edit]

      Host nations (Czechoslovakia, East Germany)

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 1 1 0 2
2  East Germany 1 0 1 2
3  Czechoslovakia 0 1 0 1
4  Poland 0 0 1 1
Total 2 2 2 6

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Chmielewski (1987), p. 227

References[edit]

  • Chmielewski, Zbigniew; et al. (1987). Na olimpijskim szlaku 1984. Sarajewo, Los Angeles (in Polish). Warsaw: Sport i Turystyka. pp. 204; 226–227. ISBN 83-217-2610-0. 
  • Trzciński, Tomasz; et al. (1985). Gwiazdy sportu '84 (in Polish). Warsaw: Krajowa Agencja Wydawnicza. p. 89. ISBN 83-03-01177-4.