1993 World Men's Handball Championship

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1993 World Men's Handball Championship
Tournament details
Host country  Sweden
Dates 10–20 March 1993
Teams 16 (from 4 confederations)
Venue(s)  (in 7 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Russia (1st title)
Runner-up  France
Third place  Sweden
Fourth place   Switzerland
Tournament statistics
Matches 54
Goals scored 2451 (45.39 per match)
Top scorer(s)  Marc Baumgartner (SUI)
 Kyung-Shin Yoon (KOR)
 József Éles (HUN) (41 goals)
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The 1993 World Men's Handball Championship was the 13th team handball World Championship. It was held in Sweden 10-20 March. Russia won the championship.

Qualification[edit]

Competition Vacancies Qualified
Host nation 1  Sweden
1990 World Men's Handball Championship 7  Russia
 Romania
 Spain
 Hungary
 Czechoslovakia
 Germany
 France
1992 World Men's Handball Championship Group B 5  Norway
 Austria
 Iceland
  Switzerland
 Denmark
1991 Asian Men's Handball Championship 1  South Korea
1992 African Men's Handball Championship 1  Egypt
American Qualification Tournament 1  United States

Teams[edit]

Group A Group B Group C Group D
 Austria  France  Hungary  Denmark
 Czechoslovakia  Norway  Iceland  Germany
 Egypt  Romania  Sweden  Russia
 Spain   Switzerland  United States  South Korea

Preliminary round[edit]

Top 3 from groups A & B plays in group 1 while top 3 from groups C & D plays in group 2 in the main round. The teams carry their results against the other teams to the main round. The last team from each group is eliminated from the championship.

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Spain 3 2 1 0 58 48 +10 5
 Czechoslovakia 3 1 1 1 61 60 +1 3
 Egypt 3 1 0 2 58 63 −5 2
 Austria 3 1 0 2 61 67 −6 2
10 March
18:00
Czechoslovakia  20–21  Egypt Umeå
(11–13)
10 March
20:00
Spain  22–15  Austria Umeå
(9–7)

12 March
18:00
Austria  20–22  Czechoslovakia Umeå
(8–12)
12 March
20:00
Egypt  14–17  Spain Umeå
(9–8)

13 March
14:00
Austria  26–23  Egypt Umeå
(14–9)
13 March
16:00
Spain  19–19  Czechoslovakia Umeå
(12–10)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Switzerland 3 2 0 1 65 59 +6 4
 France 3 2 0 1 68 68 0 4
 Romania 3 1 1 1 56 56 0 3
 Norway 3 0 1 2 51 57 −6 1
10 March
18:00
France  24–26   Switzerland Karlstad
(10–8)
10 March
20:00
Romania  15–15  Norway Karlstad
(6–9)

12 March
18:00
Switzerland   18–19  Romania Karlstad
(7–10)
12 March
20:00
Norway  20–21  France Karlstad
(11–10)

13 March
14:00
Norway  16–21   Switzerland Karlstad
(9–10)
13 March
16:00
Romania  22–23  France Karlstad
(10–9)

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Sweden 3 3 0 0 73 51 +22 6
 Iceland 3 2 0 1 75 61 +14 4
 Hungary 3 1 0 2 73 63 +10 2
 United States 3 0 0 3 53 99 −46 0
9 March
19:00
Sweden  21–16  Iceland Gothenburg
(9–9)
9 March
21:00
Hungary  33–18  United States Gothenburg
(16–8)

11 March
18:00
Iceland  25–21  Hungary Gothenburg
(11–8)
11 March
20:00
United States  16–32  Sweden Gothenburg
(9–13)

13 March
14:00
Iceland  34–19  United States Gothenburg
(14–7)
13 March
16:00
Sweden  20–19  Hungary Gothenburg
(12–9)

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Russia 3 2 1 0 78 55 +23 5
 Germany 3 1 2 0 67 64 +3 4
 Denmark 3 0 2 1 54 62 −8 2
 South Korea 3 0 1 2 59 77 −18 1
10 March
18:00
Russia  33–18  South Korea Malmö
(17–6)
10 March
20:00
Germany  20–20  Denmark Malmö
(10–11)

12 March
18:00
South Korea  25–28  Germany Malmö
(11–16)
12 March
20:00
Denmark  18–26  Russia Malmö
(10–13)

13 March
14:00
South Korea  16–16  Denmark Malmö
(10–9)
13 March
16:00
Russia  19–19  Germany Malmö
(5–10)

Ranking round[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Norway 3 2 1 0 94 66 +28 5
 Austria 3 2 1 0 86 71 +15 5
 South Korea 3 1 0 2 92 90 +2 2
 United States 3 0 0 3 62 107 −45 0
15 March Norway  30–28  South Korea Eskilstuna
(11–13)
15 March Austria  31–19  United States Eskilstuna
(14–12)

16 March United States  15–41  Norway Eskilstuna
(6–22)
16 March South Korea  29–32  Austria Eskilstuna

18 March Austria  23–23  Norway Eskilstuna
(12–13)
18 March United States  28–35  South Korea Eskilstuna
(16–18)

Main round[edit]

The winners of each group face of against each other in the final. The second-place finishers play the game for 3rd position, the third-place finishers play the game for 5th position and so on.

Group 1[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 France 5 4 0 1 115 103 +12 8
  Switzerland 5 3 0 2 121 118 +3 6
 Spain 5 2 1 2 105 101 +4 5
 Czechoslovakia 5 2 1 2 104 110 −6 5
 Romania 5 2 0 3 105 110 −5 4
 Egypt 5 1 0 4 100 108 −8 2
15 March
16:00
Egypt  23–26   Switzerland Halmstad
(9–12)
15 March
18:00
Spain  20–16  Romania Halmstad
(11–7)
15 March
20:00
Czechoslovakia  18–26  France Halmstad
(7–13)

16 March
16:00
Romania  27–26  Egypt Halmstad
(14–8)
16 March
18:00
Switzerland   23–24  Czechoslovakia Halmstad
(13–10)
16 March
20:00
France  23–21  Spain Halmstad
(9–12)

18 March
16:00
Egypt  16–19  France Halmstad
(7–11)
18 March
18:00
Czechoslovakia  23–21  Romania Halmstad
(11–12)
18 March
20:00
Spain  28–29   Switzerland Halmstad
(10–16)

Group 2[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Russia 5 4 1 0 131 98 +33 9
 Sweden 5 4 0 1 108 101 +7 8
 Germany 5 2 2 1 100 100 0 6
 Iceland 5 2 0 3 103 114 −11 4
 Denmark 5 1 1 3 102 117 −15 3
 Hungary 5 0 0 5 104 118 −14 0
15 March
16:00
Hungary  22–29  Russia Stockholm
(10–15)
15 March
18:00
Iceland  16–23  Germany Stockholm
(5–10)
15 March
20:00
Sweden  23–20  Denmark Stockholm
(13–9)

16 March
18:00
Denmark  22–21  Hungary Stockholm
(11–12)
16 March
20:00
Russia  27–19  Iceland Stockholm
(12–9)
17 March
19:00
Germany  16–24  Sweden Stockholm
(7–9)

18 March
16:00
Hungary  21–22  Germany Stockholm
(7–12)
18 March
18:00
Iceland  27–22  Denmark Stockholm
(13–7)
18 March
20:00
Sweden  20–30  Russia Stockholm
(8–11)

Placement round[edit]

11th place match[edit]

19 March
18:00
Egypt  25–29  Hungary Stockholm
(13–12)

9th place match[edit]

19 March
20:00
Romania  23–27  Denmark Stockholm
(13–14)

7th place match[edit]

20 March
12:00
Czechoslovakia  22–21  Iceland Stockholm
(8–11)

5th place match[edit]

20 March
14:00
Spain  29–26  Germany Stockholm
(16–13)

Bronze final[edit]

20 March
16:00
Switzerland   19–26  Sweden Stockholm
(16–13)

Final[edit]

20 March
18:00
France  19–28  Russia Stockholm
(11–13)

Final standings[edit]

Gold medal icon.svg  Russia
Silver medal icon.svg  France
Bronze medal icon.svg  Sweden
4   Switzerland
5  Spain
6  Germany
7  Czechoslovakia
8  Iceland
9  Denmark
10  Romania
11  Hungary
12  Egypt
13  Norway
14  Austria
15  South Korea
16  United States

Medal summary[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
 Russia
Andrei Antonevich
Vyacheslav Atavin
Talant Duyshebaev
Dmitri Filippov
Andrei Frantusov
Valeri Gopin
Vyacheslav Gorpishin
Oleg Grebnev
Dmitri Karlov
Oleg Kisselev
Vasily Kudinov
Andrey Lavrov
Oleg Sapronov
Pavel Sukosyan
Dmitri Torgovanov
Igor Vassilyev
 France
Philippe Gardent
Christian Gaudin
Philippe Julia
Denis Lathoud
Patrick Lepetit
Pascal Mahé
Gael Monthurel
Laurent Munier
Frederic Perez
Thierry Perreux
Eric Quintin
Jackson Richardson
Philippe Schaaf
Stephane Stoecklin
Jean Luc Thiebaut
Frederic Volle
 Sweden
Magnus Andersson
Anders Bäckegren
Per Carlén
Magnus Cato
Erik Hajas
Jerry Hallbäck
Robert Hedin
Tony Hedin
Ola Lindgren
Mats Olsson
Staffan Olsson
Tomas Svensson
Pierre Thorsson
Robert Venäläinen
Magnus Wislander

Top goalscorers[edit]

Player Goals
1. Marc Baumgartner (SWI) 41
1. Kyung-Shin Yoon (KOR) 41
1. József Éles (HUN) 41
4. Valeri Gopin (RUS) 39
5. Mateo Garralda (ESP) 38
6. Sigurður Valur Sveinsson (ISL) 37
7. Sameh Abdelwareth (EGY) 36
7. Vasily Kudinov (RUS) 36
7. Magnus Andersson (SWE) 36
10. Andreas Dittert (AUT) 33

Top goalkeepers[edit]

Player
1. Lorenzo Rico (ESP)
2. Tomas Svensson (SWE)
3. Mats Olsson (SWE)
4. Andrey Lavrov (RUS)
5. Lubomir Svajlen (SVK)
6. Ewald Humenberger (GER)
7. Peter Hürlimann (SWI)
8. Andreas Thiel (GER)
9. Gundmundur Hrafnkelsson (ISL)
10. Sorin Toacsen (ROM)

External links[edit]