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Volleyball at the 1972 Summer Olympics

 

Volleyball at the 1972 Summer Olympics

3rd Volleyball Olympic Tournament
Munich 1972
Tournament details
Olympics 1972 Summer Olympics
Host nation  West Germany
City Munich
Duration August 27 – September 9
Men's teams 12
Men's medals:
Gold medalists
 Japan
Silver medalists
 East Germany
Bronze medalists
 Soviet Union
Women's teams 8
Women's medals:
Gold medalists
 Soviet Union
Silver medalists
 Japan
Bronze medalists
 North Korea

Volleyball at the 1972 Summer Olympics was represented by two events: men's team and women's team.

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Japan 1 1 0 2
2 Soviet Union 1 0 1 2
3 East Germany 0 1 0 1
4 North Korea 0 0 1 1

Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's volleyball
 Japan (JPN)
Yoshihide Fukao
Kenji Kimura
Masayuki Minami
Jungo Morita
Yūzo Nakamura
Katsutoshi Nekoda
Tetsuo Nishimoto
Yasuhiro Noguchi
Seiji Oko
Tetsuo Satō
Kenji Shimaoka
Tadayoshi Yokota
 East Germany (GDR)
Horst Hagen
Wolfgang Löwe
Wolfgang Maibohm
Jürgen Maune
Horst Peter
Eckehard Pietzsch
Siegfried Schneider
Arnold Schulz
Rudi Schumann
Rainer Tscharke
Wolfgang Webner
Wolfgang Weise
 Soviet Union (URS)
Viktor Borshch
Yefim Chulak
Vyacheslav Domani
Vladimir Kondra
Valeri Kravchenko
Yevhen Lapinsky
Vladimir Patkin
Yuriy Poyarkov
Vladimir Putyatov
Aleksandr Saprykin
Yuri Starunsky
Leonid Zayko
Women's volleyball
 Soviet Union (URS)
Lyudmila Borozna
Lyudmila Buldakova
Vera Galushka-Duyunova
Tatyana Gonobobleva
Natalya Kudreva
Galina Leontyeva
Tatyana Ponyayeva-Tretyakova
Inna Ryskal
Roza Salikhova
Tatyana Sarycheva
Nina Smoleeva
Lyubov Turina
 Japan (JPN)
Makiko Furukawa
Keiko Hama
Takako Iida
Toyoko Iwahara
Katsumi Matsumura
Sumie Oinuma
Mariko Okamoto
Seiko Shimakage
Michiko Shiokawa
Takako Shirai
Noriko Yamashita
Yaeko Yamazaki
 North Korea (PRK)
Hwang He-Suk
Jang Ok-Rim
Jong Ok-Jin
Kang Ok-Sun
Kim Zung-Bok
Kim Myong-Suk
Kim Su-Dae
Kim Yeun-Ja
Paek Myong-Suk
Ri Chun-Ok
Ryom Chun-Ja

External links

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