Handball at the 1984 Summer Olympics
The XXIII. 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles two competitions were held in handball.
Olympic champion in the men was the team of Yugoslavia prior to the Federal Republic of Germany and Romania. In the women's Olympic gold medal was also won by the team from Yugoslavia, in South Korea and the PRC.
Due to the boycott of the Games by numerous strong handball nations of the Eastern Bloc, the results of the Olympic qualification were invalid. The German men's national handball team, which was second in the Olympic tournament, had failed to qualify after the seventh place at the 1982 World Cup and third place at the 1983 B- World Cup, but was due to the withdrawal of other teams ultimately participate in Los Angeles.
- 2.1 Games
- 2.2 Squad
Coach: Branislav Pokrajac
Coach Radu Voina
The preliminary round was played in two groups. The teams each played a match against each group member. The preliminary round winners of the two groups played in the final. The two runners-up played for 3rd place.
The preliminary round was played in two groups of six teams.
All matches in the final round, in which each aequo the A and B groups competed against each other, took place on 10 August 1984.
Games for places 5-12
3rd Place Match
The mid-term results are given in brackets.
FT - Field Goals, 7m - Seven meters
Squad No. 4 to No. 12
4 Danemark Denmark Morten Stig Christensen, Anders Dahl -Nielsen, Peter Fenger, Jørgen Gluver, Hans Hattesen, Carsten Haurum, Klaus Jensen, Mogens Jeppesen, Keld Nielsen, Erik Veje Rasmussen, Jens Roepstorff, By Skaarup, Poul Sørensen, Mikael Strøm; Coach: Leif Mikkelsen
5 Sweden Sweden Göran Bengtsson, Per Carlen Lennart Ebbinge, Lars -Erik Hansson, Claes Hellgren, Rolf Hertzberg, Björn Jilsén, By Jilsén, Mats Lindau, Christer Magnusson, Per Öberg, Peter Olofsson, Mats Olsson, Sten Sjögren, Danny Sjöberg - Augustsson; Coach: Roger Carlsson
6 Iceland Iceland: Þórbergur Aðalsteinsson, Kristján Arason, Steinar Birgisson, Jens Einarsson, Alfreð Gíslason, Bjarni Guðmundsson, Guðmundur Guðmundsson, Sigurdur Gunnarsson, Atli Hilmarsson, Þorbjörn Jensson, Brynjar Kvaran, Thorgils Mathiesen, Jakob Sigurðsson, Sigurdur Sveinsson, Einar Thorvardarson; Coach: Bogdan Kowalcsyk
7 Switzerland Switzerland Jürgen Bätschmann, René Barth, Markus Braun, Max Delhees, Roland Gassmann, Martin Glaser, Peter Hürlimann, Peter Jehle, Heinz Karrer, Uwe Mall, Martin Ott, Norwin Platzer, Martin Rubin, Max Schär, Peter Weber; Coach: Sead Hasanefendic
8 Spain: Cecilio Alonso, Juan Javier Cabanas, Juan de la Puente, Juan Pedro de Miguel, Pere Garcia, Rafael López, Agustín Millán, Juan Francisco Muñoz, José Ignacio Novoa, Jaime Puig, Javier Reino, Lorenzo Rico, Julián Ruiz Eugenio Serrano, Juan José Uria; Coach: Emilio Alonso
9 United States United States: James Buehning, Robert Djokcvich, Tim Dykstra, Craig Gilbert, Steven Goss, William Kessler, Stephen Kirk, Peter Lash, Michael Lenard, Joseph McVein, Gregory Morava, Rod Oshita, Thomas Schneeberger, Joe Story, Tim Funk; Coach: Javier Garcia
10 Japan Japan: Seimei Gamo, Takashi Ikenoue, Yasou Ikona, Hidetada Ito, Koji Matsui, Mitsuaki Nakamoto, Kiyoshi Nishiyama, Takahiro Ohata, Nobuo Sasaki, Kenzo Seki, Yoshihiro Shiga, Katsutoshi Taguchi, Seiichi Takamura, Yukihiko Uemura, Shinji Yamamoto
11 Flag of South Korea South Korea: At Jin -Soo, Choi Geun -Yeon, Choi Tai -Sub, Hwang Yo -Na, Kang Duck -Soo, Kang Jae -Won, Kang Tae- Koo, Koh Chang Suk, Lee Kwang -Nam Lee Sang- Hyo Lim Kyu -Ha Lim Young- Chul, Park Byung- Hong, Park Young- Dae, shim Jung -Man
12 Algeria Algeria: Omar Azeb, Jaffar Belhocine, Abdelkrim Bendjemil, Abdesselam Benmaghsoula, Brahim Boudrali, Mourad Boussebt, Mustapha Doballah, Alousofiane Draouci, Hocine Ledra, camel Maoudj, Mouloud Meknache, Zine Mohamed Saghir, Rachid Mokrani, camel Ouchia, Azzedine Ouhib
The Olympic competition in handball for women was held in a group with six teams.
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