Handball at the 1984 Summer Olympics

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Handball at the
1984 Summer Olympics
Tournament details
Host countryFlag of the United States.svg  United States
Dates31 July – 11 August
Teams18
Venue(s)1 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
ChampionsFlag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia (men)
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia (women)
Runner-upFlag of Germany.svg  West Germany (men)
Flag of South Korea (1949-1984).svg  South Korea (women)
Third placeFlag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Romania (men)
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China (women)
Fourth placeFlag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (men)
Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany (women)
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Handball at the 1984 Summer Olympics featured competition for men and women. Due to the USSR-led boycott some strong handball nations from Eastern Bloc did not compete; this gave an opportunity to the Yugoslav team to take both gold medals. Games were played at Titan Gym in Fullerton, California. [1]

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Medal summary

EventGoldSilverBronze
Men
details
Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg  Yugoslavia  (YUG)
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
Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)
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
Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Romania  (ROU)
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
Women
details
Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg  Yugoslavia  (YUG)
Svetlana Anastasovska
Alenka Cuderman
Svetlana Dašić-Kitić
Slavica Đukić
Dragica Đurić
Mirjana Đurica
Emilija Erčić
Ljubinka Janković
Jasna Kolar-Merdan
Ljiljana Mugoša
Svetlana Mugoša
Mirjana Ognjenović
Zorica Pavićević
Jasna Ptujec
Biserka Višnjić
Flag of South Korea (1949-1984).png  South Korea  (KOR)
Han Hwa-Soo
Jeong Hyoi-Soon
Jeung Soon-Bok
Kim Choon-Rye
Kim Kyung-Soon
Kim Mi-sook
Kim Ok-Hwa
Lee Soon-Ei
Lee Young-Ja
Shon Mi-Na
Sung Kyung-Hwa
Yoon Byung-Soon
Yoon Soo-Kyung
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China  (CHN)
Chen Zhen
Gao Xiumin
He Jianping
Li Lan
Liu Liping
Liu Yumei
Sun Xiulan
Wang Linwei
Wang Mingxing
Wu Xingjiang
Zhang Weihong
Zhang Peijun
Zhu Juefeng

Participating nations

Each qualified country was allowed to enter one team of 15 players and they all were eligible for participation. Four nations competed in both tournaments.

A total of 259(*) handball players (177 men and 82 women) from 14 nations (men from 12 nations - women from 6 nations) competed at the Los Angeles Games:

(*) NOTE: There are only players counted, which participated in one game at least.

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg  Yugoslavia  (YUG)2002
2Flag of South Korea (1949-1984).png  South Korea  (KOR)0101
Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany  (FRG)0101
4Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China  (CHN)0011
Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg  Romania  (ROU)0011
Totals (5 nations)2226

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References

  1. "Handball at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 20 March 2020.