List of Olympic medalists in handball (men)

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These are the Olympic medalists in men's handball.

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1936 Berlin
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 Germany (GER)[1]
Willy Bandholz
Wilhelm Baumann
Helmut Berthold
Helmut Braselmann
Wilhelm Brinkmann
Georg Dascher
Kurt Dossin
Fritz Fromm
Hermann Hansen
Erich Herrmann
Heinrich Keimig
Hans Keiter
Alfred Klingler
Arthur Knautz
Heinz Körvers
Karl Kreutzberg
Wilhelm Müller
Günther Ortmann
Edgar Reinhardt
Fritz Spengler
Rudolf Stahl
Hans Theilig
 Austria (AUT)[2]
Franz Bartl
Franz Berghammer
Franz Bistricky
Franz Brunner
Johann Houschka
Emil Juracka
Ferdinand Kiefler
Josef Krejci
Otto Licha
Friedrich Maurer
Anton Perwein
Siegfried Powolny
Siegfried Purner
Walter Reisp
Alfred Schmalzer
Alois Schnabel
Ludwig Schuberth
Johann Tauscher
Jaroslav Volak
Leopold Wohlrab
Friedrich Wurmböck
Johann Zehetner
 Switzerland (SUI)[3]
Max Blösch
Rolf Fäs
Burkhard Gantenbein
Willy Gysi
Erland Herkenrath
Ernst Hufschmid
Willy Hufschmid
Werner Meyer
Georg Mischon
Willy Schäfer
Werner Scheurmann
Edy Schmid
Erich Schmitt
Eugen Seiterle
Max Streib
Robert Studer
Rudolf Wirz
1948–1968 not included in the Olympic program
1972 Munich
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 Yugoslavia (YUG)[4]
Abaz Arslanagić
Petar Fajfrić
Hrvoje Horvat
Milorad Karalić
Đorđe Lavrnić
Milan Lazarević
Zdravko Miljak
Slobodan Mišković
Branislav Pokrajac
Nebojša Popović
Miroslav Pribanić
Albin Vidović
Zoran Živković
Zdenko Zorko
 Czechoslovakia (TCH)[5]
Ladislav Beneš
František Brůna
Vladimír Haber
Vladimír Jarý
Jiří Kavan
Arnošt Klimčík
Jaroslav Konečný
František Králík
Jindřich Krepindl
Vincent Lafko
Andrej Lukošík
Pavel Mikeš
Peter Pospíšil
Ivan Satrapa
Zdeněk Škára
Jaroslav Škarvan
 Romania (ROU)[6]
Ştefan Birtalan
Adrian Cosma
Marin Dan
Alexandru Dincă
Cristian Gaţu
Gheorghe Gruia
Roland Gunesch
Gabriel Kicsid
Ghiţă Licu
Cornel Penu
Valentin Samungi
Simion Schöbel
Werner Stöckl
Constantin Tudosie
Radu Voina
1976 Montreal
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 Soviet Union (URS)[7]
Aleksandr Anpilogov
Yevgeni Chernyshov
Anatoli Fedyukin
Valeri Gassy
Vasily Ilyin
Mykhaylo Ishchenko
Yuri Kidyaev
Yury Klimov
Vladimir Kravtsov
Serhiy Kushniryuk
Yuriy Lahutyn
Vladimir Maksimov
Oleksandr Rezanov
Mykola Tomyn
 Romania (ROU)[8]
Ştefan Birtalan
Adrian Cosma
Cezar Drăgăniṭă
Alexandru Fölker
Cristian Gaţu
Mircea Grabovschi
Roland Gunesch
Gabriel Kicsid
Ghiţă Licu
Nicolae Munteanu
Cornel Penu
Werner Stöckl
Constantin Tudosie
Radu Voina
 Poland (POL)[9]
Zdzisław Antczak
Janusz Brzozowski
Piotr Cieśla
Jan Gmyrek
Alfred Kałuziński
Jerzy Klempel
Zygfryd Kuchta
Jerzy Melcer
Ryszard Przybysz
Henryk Rozmiarek
Andrzej Sokołowski
Andrzej Szymczak
Mieczysław Wojczak
Włodzimierz Zieliński
1980 Moscow
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 East Germany (GDR)[10]
Hans-Georg Beyer
Lothar Doering
Günter Dreibrodt
Ernst Gerlach
Klaus Gruner
Rainer Höft
Hans-Georg Jaunich
Hartmut Krüger
Peter Rost
Dietmar Schmidt
Wieland Schmidt
Siegfried Voigt
Frank-Michael Wahl
Ingolf Wiegert
 Soviet Union (URS)[11]
Aleksandr Anpilogov
Vladimir Belov
Yevgeni Chernyshov
Anatoli Fedyukin
Mykhaylo Ishchenko
Aleksandr Karshakevich
Yuri Kidyaev
Vladimir Kravtsov
Serhiy Kushniryuk
Viktor Makhorin
Voldemaras Novickis
Vladimir Repev
Mykola Tomyn
Aleksey Zhuk
 Romania (ROU)[12]
Ştefan Birtalan
Iosif Boroş
Adrian Cosma
Cezar Drăgăniṭă
Marian Dumitru
Cornel Durău
Alexandru Fölker
Claudiu Ionescu
Nicolae Munteanu
Vasile Stîngă
Lucian Vasilache
Neculai Vasilcă
Radu Voina
Maricel Voinea
1984 Los Angeles
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 Yugoslavia (YUG)[13]
Zlatan Arnautović
Mirko Bašić
Jovica Elezović
Mile Isaković
Pavle Jurina
Milan Kalina
Slobodan Kuzmanovski
Dragan Mladenović
Zdravko Rađenović
Momir Rnić
Branko Štrbac
Veselin Vujović
Veselin Vuković
Zdravko Zovko
 West Germany (FRG)[14]
Jochen Fraatz
Thomas Happe
Arnulf Meffle
Rüdiger Neitzel
Michael Paul
Dirk Rauin
Siegfried Roch
Michael Roth
Ulrich Roth
Martin Schwalb
Uwe Schwenker
Thomas Springel
Andreas Thiel
Klaus Wöller
Erhard Wunderlich
 Romania (ROU)[15]
Mircea Bedivan
Dumitru Berbece
Iosif Boroş
Alexandru Buligan
Gheorghe Covaciu
Gheorghe Dogărescu
Marian Dumitru
Cornel Durău
Alexandru Fölker
Nicolae Munteanu
Vasile Oprea
Adrian Simion
Vasile Stîngă
Neculai Vasilcă
Maricel Voinea
1988 Seoul
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 Soviet Union (URS)[16]
Vyacheslav Atavin
Igor Chumak
Valery 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)[17]
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)[18]
Mirko Bašić
Jožef Holpert
Boris Jarak
Slobodan Kuzmanovski
Muhammed Memić
Alvaro Načinović
Goran Perkovac
Zlatko Portner
Iztok Puc
Rolando Pušnik
Momir Rnić
Zlatko Saračević
Irfan Smajlagić
Ermin Velić
Veselin Vujović
1992 Barcelona
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 Unified Team (EUN)[19]
Andrey Barbashinsky
Serhiy Bebeshko
Igor Chumak
Talant Duyshebaev
Yuriy Gavrilov
Valery Gopin
Oleg Grebnev
Oleg Kiselyov
Vasily Kudinov
Andrey Lavrov
Igor Vasilev
Mikhail Yakimovich
 Sweden (SWE)[20]
Magnus Andersson
Robert Andersson
Anders Bäckegren
Per Carlén
Magnus Cato
Erik Hajas
Robert Hedin
Patrik Liljestrand
Ola Lindgren
Mats Olsson
Staffan Olsson
Axel Sjöblad
Tommy Souraniemi
Tomas Svensson
Pierre Thorsson
Magnus Wislander
 France (FRA)[21]
Philippe Debureau
Philippe Gardent
Denis Lathoud
Pascal Mahé
Philippe Médard
Gaël Monthurel
Laurent Munier
Frédéric Perez
Alain Portes
Thierry Perreux
Éric Quintin
Jackson Richardson
Stéphane Stoecklin
Jean-Luc Thiébaut
Denis Tristant
Frédéric Volle
1996 Atlanta
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 Croatia (CRO)[22]
Patrik Ćavar
Valner Franković
Slavko Goluža
Bruno Gudelj
Vladimir Jelčić
Božidar Jović
Nenad Kljaić
Venio Losert
Valter Matošević
Zoran Mikulić
Alvaro Načinović
Goran Perkovac
Iztok Puc
Zlatko Saračević
Irfan Smajlagić
Vladimir Šujster
 Sweden (SWE)[23]
Magnus Andersson
Robert Andersson
Per Carlén
Martin Frändesjö
Erik Hajas
Robert Hedin
Andreas Larsson
Ola Lindgren
Stefan Lövgren
Mats Olsson
Staffan Olsson
Johan Petersson
Tomas Svensson
Tomas Sivertsson
Pierre Thorsson
Magnus Wislander
 Spain (ESP)[24]
Talant Duyshebaev
Salvador Esquer
Aitor Etxaburu
Jesús Fernández
Jaume Fort
Mateo Garralda
Raúl González
Rafael Guijosa
Fernando Hernández
José Javier Hombrados
Demetrio Lozano
Jordi Nuñez
Jesús Olalla
Juan Pérez
Iñaki Urdangarín
Alberto Urdiales
2000 Sydney
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 Russia (RUS)[25]
Dmitry Filippov
Vyacheslav Gorpishin
Oleg Khodkov
Eduard Koksharov
Denis Krivoshlykov
Vasily Kudinov
Stanislav Kulinchenko
Dmitry Kuzelev
Andrey Lavrov
Igor Lavrov
Sergey Pogorelov
Pavel Sukosyan
Dmitri Torgovanov
Aleksandr Tuchkin
Lev Voronin
 Sweden (SWE)[26]
Magnus Andersson
Martin Boquist
Martin Frändesjö
Mathias Franzén
Peter Gentzel
Andreas Larsson
Ola Lindgren
Stefan Lövgren
Staffan Olsson
Johan Petersson
Tomas Svensson
Tomas Sivertsson
Pierre Thorsson
Ljubomir Vranjes
Magnus Wislander
 Spain (ESP)[27]
David Barrufet
Talant Duyshebaev
Mateo Garralda
Rafael Guijosa
Demetrio Lozano
Enric Masip
Jordi Nuñez
Jesús Olalla
Juan Pérez
Xavier O'Callaghan
Antonio Carlos Ortega
Antonio Ugalde
Iñaki Urdangarín
Alberto Urdiales
Andrei Xepkin
2004 Athens
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 Croatia (CRO)[28]
Ivano Balić
Davor Dominiković
Mirza Džomba
Slavko Goluža
Nikša Kaleb
Blaženko Lacković
Venio Losert
Valter Matošević
Petar Metličić
Vlado Šola
Denis Špoljarić
Goran Šprem
Igor Vori
Vedran Zrnić
 Germany (GER)[29]
Markus Baur
Frank von Behren
Mark Dragunski
Henning Fritz
Pascal Hens
Jan Olaf Immel
Torsten Jansen
Florian Kehrmann
Stefan Kretzschmar
Klaus-Dieter Petersen
Christian Ramota
Christian Schwarzer
Daniel Stephan
Christian Zeitz
Volker Zerbe
 Russia (RUS)[30]
Mikhail Chipurin
Aleksandr Gorbatikov
Vyacheslav Gorpishin
Vitali Ivanov
Eduard Koksharov
Alexey Kostygov
Denis Krivoshlykov
Vasily Kudinov
Oleg Kuleshov
Andrey Lavrov
Sergey Pogorelov
Alexey Rastvortsev
Dmitri Torgovanov
Aleksandr Tuchkin
2008 Beijing
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 France (FRA)[31]
Luc Abalo
Joël Abati
Cédric Burdet
Didier Dinart
Jérôme Fernandez
Bertrand Gille
Guillaume Gille
Olivier Girault
Michaël Guigou
Nikola Karabatić
Daouda Karaboué
Christophe Kempe
Daniel Narcisse
Thierry Omeyer
Cédric Paty
 Iceland (ISL)[32]
Sturla Ásgeirsson
Arnór Atlason
Logi Geirsson
Snorri Guðjónsson
Hreiðar Guðmundsson
Róbert Gunnarsson
Björgvin Páll Gústavsson
Ásgeir Örn Hallgrímsson
Ingimundur Ingimundarson
Sverre Andreas Jakobsson
Alexander Petersson
Guðjón Valur Sigurðsson
Sigfús Sigurðsson
Ólafur Stefánsson
 Spain (ESP)[33]
David Barrufet
Jon Belaustegui
David Davis
Alberto Entrerríos
Raúl Entrerríos
Rubén Garabaya
Juanín García
José Javier Hombrados
Demetrio Lozano
Cristian Malmagro
Carlos Prieto
Albert Rocas
Iker Romero
Víctor Tomás
2012 London
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 France (FRA)
Jérôme Fernandez
Didier Dinart
Xavier Barachet
Guillaume Gille
Bertrand Gille
Daniel Narcisse
Guillaume Joli
Samuel Honrubia
Daouda Karaboué
Nikola Karabatić
Thierry Omeyer
William Accambray
Luc Abalo
Cédric Sorhaindo
Michaël Guigou
 Sweden (SWE)
Mattias Andersson
Mattias Gustafsson
Kim Andersson
Jonas Källman
Magnus Jernemyr
Niclas Ekberg
Dalibor Doder
Jonas Larholm
Tobias Karlsson
Johan Jakobsson
Johan Sjöstrand
Fredrik Petersen
Kim Ekdahl du Rietz
Mattias Zachrisson
Andreas Nilsson
 Croatia (CRO)
Venio Losert
Ivano Balić
Domagoj Duvnjak
Blaženko Lacković
Marko Kopljar
Igor Vori
Jakov Gojun
Zlatko Horvat
Drago Vuković
Damir Bičanić
Denis Buntić
Mirko Alilović
Manuel Štrlek
Ivan Čupić
Ivan Ninčević

References[edit]

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