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Handball at the 1992 Summer Olympics

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Handball at the 1992 Summer Olympics

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Final results for the Handball competition at the 1992 Summer Olympics:

Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
 Unified Team (EUN)
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)
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)
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
 South Korea (KOR)
Cha Jae-Kyung
Han Hyun-Sook
Han Sun-Hee
Hong Jeong-ho
Jang Ri-Ra
Kim Hwa-Sook
Lee Ho-Youn
Lee Mi-Young
Lim O-Kyeong
Min Hye-Sook
Moon Hyang-Ja
Nam Eun-Young
Oh Sung-Ok
Park Jeong-Lim
Park Kap-Sook
 Norway (NOR)
Hege Kirsti Frøseth
Tonje Sagstuen
Hanne Hogness
Heidi Sundal
Susann Goksør
Cathrine Svendsen
Mona Dahle
Siri Eftedal
Henriette Henriksen
Ingrid Steen
Karin Pettersen
Annette Skotvoll
Kristine Duvholt
Heidi Tjugum
 Unified Team (EUN)
Natalya Anisimova
Maryna Bazhanova
Svetlana Bogdanova
Galina Borzenkova
Natalya Deryugina
Tatyana Dzhandzhgava
Lyudmila Gudz
Elina Guseva
Tetyana Horb
Larisa Kiselyova
Natalya Morskova
Galina Onoprienko
Svetlana Pryakhina


  • International Olympic Committee medal database
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