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Handball at the Olympic Games

20. 1972, Aug 30 - Sep 10 München FRG
21. 1976, Jul 18 - 28 Montreal CAN
22. 1980, Jul 20 - 30 Moskva URS
23. 1984, Jul 31 - Aug 11 Los Angeles USA
24. 1988, Sep 20 - Oct 01 Seoul KOR
25. 1992, Jul 24 - Aug 18 Barcelona ESP
26. 1996, Jul 24 - Aug 04 Atlanta USA
27. 2000, Sep 16 - Oct 01 Sydney AUS
28. 2004, Aug 14 - 29 Athína GRE
29. 2008, Aug 09 - 24 Beijing CHN
30. 2012, Jul 28 - Aug 12 London GBR
31. 2016, Aug 06 - 21 Rio de Janeiro BRA
32. 2021, Jul 24 - Aug 08 Tokyo JPN

2021: The IOC postponed the Olympic Games to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Handball was originally scheduled on 2020, Jul 25 - Aug 09.

Men

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1972 YUG 21:16 TCH ROU
1976 URS 19:15 ROU POL
1980 GDR 23:22aet URS ROU
1984 YUG 18:17 FRG ROU
1988 URS 32:25 KOR YUG
1992 EUN 22:20 SWE FRA
1996 CRO 27:26 SWE ESP
2000 RUS 28:26 SWE ESP
2004 CRO 26:24 GER RUS
2008 FRA 28:23 ISL ESP
2012 FRA 22:21 SWE CRO
2016 DEN 28:26 FRA GER
2021 FRA 25:23 DEN ESP

Women

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1976 URS --- GDR HUN
1980 URS --- YUG GDR
1984 YUG --- KOR CHN
1988 KOR --- NOR URS
1992 KOR 28:21 NOR EUN
1996 DEN 37:33a2et KOR HUN
2000 DEN 31:27 HUN NOR
2004 DEN 38:36p KOR UKR
2008 NOR 34:27 RUS HUN
2012 NOR 26:23 MNE ESP
2016 RUS 22:19 FRA NOR
2021 FRA 30:25 ROC NOR

ROC = Russian Olympic Committee athletes at the 2020 Summer Olympics; This is the outcome of a decision by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on 9 December 2019 banning Russia from all international sport for four years, after it was found that data provided by the Russian Anti-Doping Agency had been manipulated by Russian authorities with a goal of protecting athletes involved in its state-sponsored doping scheme.

World Championships - Men

World Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1938, Feb 05 - 06 Berlin GER GER --- AUT SWE
1954, Jan 13 - 17 Göteborg SWE SWE 17:14 FRG TCH
1958, Feb 27 - Mar 08 Berlin GDR SWE 22:12 TCH GER
1961, Mar 01 - 12 Dortmund FRG ROU 9:8a2et TCH SWE
1964, Mar 09 - 15 Praha TCH ROU 25:22 SWE TCH
1967, Jan 12 - 21 Västerås SWE TCH 14:11 DEN ROU
1970, Feb 26 - Mar 08 Paris FRA ROU 13:12a2et GDR YUG
1974, Feb 28 - Mar 10 Berlin GDR ROU 14:12 GDR YUG
1978, Jan 26 - Feb 05 København DEN FRG 20:19 URS GDR
1982, Feb 23 - Mar 07 Dortmund FRG URS 30:27aet YUG POL
1986, Feb 25 - Mar 08 Zürich SUI YUG 24:22 HUN GDR
1990, Feb 28 - Mar 10 Praha TCH SWE 27:23 URS ROU
1993, Mar 10 - 20 Stockholm SWE RUS 28:19 FRA SWE
1995, May 07 - 21 Reykjavík ISL FRA 23:19 CRO SWE
1997, May 17 - Jun 01 Kumamoto JPN RUS 23:21 SWE FRA
1999, Jun 01 - 15 Cairo EGY SWE 25:24 RUS YUG
2001, Jan 23 - Feb 04 Paris FRA FRA 28:25aet SWE YUG
2003, Jan 20 - Feb 02 Lisboa POR CRO 34:31 GER FRA
2005, Jan 23 - Feb 06 Radès TUN ESP 40:34 CRO FRA
2007, Jan 19 - Feb 04 Köln GER GER 29:24 POL DEN
2009, Jan 16 - Feb 01 Zagreb CRO FRA 24:19 CRO POL
2011, Jan 13 - 30 Malmö SWE FRA 37:35aet DEN ESP
2013, Jan 11 - 27 Barcelona ESP ESP 35:19 DEN CRO
2015, Jan 15 - Feb 01 Doha QAT FRA 25:22 QAT POL
2017, Jan 11 - 29 Paris FRA FRA 33:26 NOR SLO
2019, Jan 10 - 27 Herning DEN DEN 31:22 NOR FRA
2021, Jan 13 - 31 Cairo EGY DEN 26:24 SWE ESP

1958: GER = united team of players from the FRG and the GDR

World Championships - Women

The first two World Championships were held as outdoor small-field tournaments.

World Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1957, Jul 13 - 20 Beograd YUG TCH 7:1 HUN YUG
1962, Jul 08 - 15 București ROU ROU 8:5 DEN TCH
1965, Nov 07 - 13 Dortmund FRG HUN 5:3 YUG FRG
1968, Nov 16 - 24 URS suspended by the IHF on 30.08. due to the Soviet invasion in TCH
1971, Dec 11 - 19 Arnhem NED GDR 11:8 YUG HUN
1973, Dec 07 - 15 Beograd YUG YUG 16:11 ROU URS
1975, Dec 02 - 13 Kiev URS GDR --- URS HUN
1978, Nov 30 - Dec 10 Bratislava TCH GDR --- URS HUN
1982, Dec 01 - 13 Budapest HUN URS --- HUN YUG
1986, Dec 04 - 14 Rotterdam NED URS 30:22 TCH NOR
1990, Nov 24 - Dec 04 Seoul KOR URS 24:22 YUG GER east
1993, Nov 24 - Dec 05 Oslo NOR GER 22:21aet DEN NOR
1995, Dec 04 - 17 Wiener Neustadt AUT KOR 25:20 HUN DEN
1997, Nov 30 - Dec 14 Berlin GER DEN 33:20 NOR GER
1999, Nov 29 - Dec 12 Lillehammer NOR NOR 25:24a2et FRA AUT
2001, Dec 04 - 16 Meran ITA RUS 30:25 NOR YUG
2003, Dec 02 - 14 Zagreb CRO FRA 32:29aet HUN KOR
2005, Dec 05 - 18 Sankt-Peterburg RUS RUS 28:23 ROU HUN
2007, Dec 02 - 16 Paris FRA RUS 29:24 NOR GER
2009, Dec 05 - 20 Nanjing CHN RUS 25:22 FRA NOR
2011, Dec 02 - 18 São Paulo BRA NOR 32:24 FRA ESP
2013, Dec 07 - 22 Beograd SRB BRA 22:20 SRB DEN
2015, Dec 02 - 20 Herning DEN NOR 31:23 NED ROU
2017, Dec 01 - 17 Hamburg GER FRA 23:21 NOR NED
2019, Nov 30 - Dec 15 Kumamoto JPN NED 30:29 ESP RUS
2021, Dec 01 - 19 Granollers ESP NOR 29:22 FRA DEN

1990: GER east = The championship was held after the German reunification, although East and West Germany participated separately.

Junior World Championships - Men

World Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1967, Mar 04 - 12 Rotterdam NED ROU 22:8 POL FRG
1977, Apr 11 - 19 Göteborg SWE URS 24:10 HUN YUG
1979, Oct 23 - Nov 02 Brøndbyvester DEN URS 30:25 YUG SWE
1981, Dec 04 - 13 Porto POR YUG 28:21 URS TCH
1983, Dec 03 - 12 Helsinki FIN URS 32:17 FRG DEN
1985, Dec 07 - 15 Vasto ITA URS 32:27 SWE YUG
1987, Dec 03 - 13 Rijeka YUG YUG 28:26 ESP URS
1989, Sep 13 - 24 Pontevedra ESP URS 23:17 ESP YUG
1991, Sep 04 - 13 Athína GRE YUG 27:16 SWE URS
1993, Sep 08 - 18 Cairo EGY EGY 22:19 DEN ISL
1995, Aug 20 - Sep 03 Buenos Aires ARG RUS 29:28aet ESP POR
1997, Aug 23 - Sep 05 Trabzon TUR DEN 29:23 UKR FRA
1999, Aug 23 - Sep 05 Doha QAT DEN 26:22aet SWE EGY
2001, Aug 20 - Sep 02 Basel SUI RUS 31:27 ESP SWE
2003, Aug 24 - Sep 06 Foz do Iguaçu BRA SWE 36:34aet DEN SLO
2005, Aug 15 - 28 Nyíregyháza HUN DEN 40:35 SCG HUN
2007, Aug 13 - 26 Ohrid MKD SWE 31:29 GER DEN
2009, Aug 06 - 19 Cairo EGY GER 32:24 DEN SLO
2011, Jul 17 - 31 Thessaloniki GRE GER 27:18 DEN TUN
2013, Jul 14 - 28 Sarajevo BIH SWE 28:23 ESP FRA
2015, Jul 19 - Aug 01 Uberlândia BRA FRA 26:24 DEN GER
2017, Jul 18 - 30 Alger ALG ESP 39:38aet DEN FRA
2019, Jul 16 - 28 Vigo ESP FRA 28:23 CRO EGY
2021, Jun 22 - Jul 03 Budapest HUN On Feb 22 cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

1967: precursor Junior World Tournament

Junior World Championships - Women

World Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1967, Mar 04 - 12 Rotterdam NED ROU 10:7 HUN TCH
1977, Sep 30 - Oct 07 București ROU YUG 16:13aet URS ROU
1979, Oct 13 - 23 several venues YUG URS --- GDR YUG
1981, Oct 17 - 25 Sherbrooke CAN URS --- YUG FRG
1983, Oct 14 - 22 Nantes FRA URS 22:17 GDR KOR
1985, Oct 19 - 30 Seoul KOR URS 27:24 KOR POL
1987, Oct 23 - Nov 01 Randers DEN URS 24:15 DEN GDR
1989, Sep 22 - Oct 01 Bauchi NGR URS 26:23 KOR BUL
1991, Aug 23 - Sep 01 Strasbourg FRA URS 26:25 KOR DEN
1993, Sep 03 - 12 Gabrovo BUL RUS 24:17 BUL KOR
1995, Sep 05 - 17 Aracaju BRA ROU 28:24 DEN NOR
1997, Jul 29 - Aug 10 Abidjan CIV DEN 29:26 RUS ROU
1999, Aug 01 - 13 Zhongshan CHN ROU 25:20 LTU DEN
2001, Jul 29 - Aug 11 Győr HUN RUS 29:27 HUN GER
2003, Aug 04 - 17 Ohrid MKD RUS 26:24 HUN NOR
2005, Aug 01 - 14 Brno CZE RUS 30:25 NOR KOR
2008, Jul 21 - Aug 03 Skopje MKD GER 23:22 DEN KOR
2010, Jul 17 - 31 Seoul KOR NOR 30:21 RUS MNE
2012, Jul 01 - 14 Ostrava CZE SWE 29:22 FRA HUN
2014, Jun 28 - Jul 13 Koprivnica CRO KOR 34:27 RUS DEN
2016, Jul 02 - 15 Moskva RUS DEN 32:28aet RUS ROU
2018, Jul 01 - 14 Debrecen HUN HUN 28:22 NOR KOR
2020, Dec 02 - 13 ROU cancelled
2022, Jun 22 - Jul 03 Celje SLO NOR 31:29 HUN NED

1967: precursor Junior World Tournament
2020: Originally scheduled for 01 to 13 July, the tournament was rescheduled, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On Sep 30 IHF postponed the event to 2021 and finally canceled it on 22 February 2021.

Youth World Championships - Men

World Champions Final Runners-up Third place
2005, Aug 03 - 11 Doha QAT SCG 39:23 KOR CRO
2007, Jul 26 - Aug 03 Manama BRN DEN 27:26 CRO SWE
2009, Jul 20 - 31 Hammamet TUN CRO 40:35 ISL SWE
2011, Aug 10 - 20 Mar del Plata ARG DEN 24:22 ESP SWE
2013, Aug 10 - 23 Érd HUN DEN 32:26a2et CRO GER
2015, Aug 07 - 20 Yekaterinburg RUS FRA 33:26 SLO ISL
2017, Aug 08 - 20 Tbilisi GEO FRA 28:25 ESP DEN
2019, Aug 06 - 18 Skopje MKD EGY 32:28 GER DEN
2021, Aug 18 - 29 GRE On Feb 22 cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Youth World Championships - Women

World Champions Final Runners-up Third place
2006, Aug 11 - 20 Sherbrooke CAN DEN 36:33 KOR ROU
2008, Jul 11 - 20 Bratislava SVK RUS 27:22 SRB DEN
2010, Aug 02 - 12 Santo Domingo DOM SWE 34:29 NOR NED
2012, Aug 16 - 26 Bar MNE DEN 27:26 RUS NOR
2014, Jul 20 - Aug 03 Ohrid MKD ROU 32:21 GER DEN
2016, Jul 19 - 31 Bratislava SVK RUS 30:22 DEN KOR
2018, Aug 07 - 19 Kielce POL RUS 29:27 HUN KOR
2020 CRO cancelled
2022, Jul 30 - Aug 10 Skopje MKD KOR 31:28 DEN HUN

2020: The championship was originally scheduled to be held in China from 18 to 30 August. But on 7 February, the IHF decided to move the tournament to another country due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. The tournament was rescheduled to 29 September to 11 October, due to the coronavirus pandemic. On 17 July, the event was postponed. On 22 February 2021, the tournament was cancelled.

IHF Inter-Continental Trophies - Men

The IHF Inter-Continental Trophy has been organized by the International Handball Federation since 2011. It is a biennial tournament played among emerging nations in junior and youth (since 2019) categories.

1. 2011, Jun 30 - Jul 08 Jaipur IND
2. 2013, Nov 25 - 29 Monterrey MEX
3. 2015, Oct 21 - 25 Gabrovo BUL
2017 no inter-continental phase
4. 2019, Apr 10 - 14 Pristina KOS
2021 cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Junior

Winners Final Runners-up Third place
2011 FIN --- VEN BEN
2013 MDA --- MEX NGR
2015 FAR --- CPV COL
2019 KOS 30:26 TPE USA

Youth

Winners Final Runners-up Third place
2019 TPE 27:26 NGR KOS


IHF Inter-Continental Trophies - Women

1. 2011, Nov 03 - 06 Almaty KAZ
2. 2013, Nov 25 - 29 Monterrey MEX
3. 2015, Oct 21 - 25 Gabrovo BUL
2017 no inter-continental phase
2020, Mar 24 -29 COL cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic


Junior

Winners Final Runners-up Third place
2011 FIN 25:24 KAZ CGO
2013 BUL --- COD CAN
2015 GUE --- BUL UZB


Super Globe - Men

During the 1996 IHF Congress, two new competitions were created: the Club World Cup and the Intercontinental Cup between the best clubs or teams from each continent, with an attractive redistribution of income.

Winners Final Runners-up Third place
1997, Jan 03 - 08 Wiener Neustadt AUT Caja Cantabria de Santander ESP 30:29a2et Drammen HK NOR Doo San Kyung Wol KOR
2000, May 23 - 28 Dortmund GER cancelled on economic reasons by IHF in Jan 2000
2002, Jun 03 - 09 Doha QAT Al Sadd Doha QAT --- SC Magdeburg GER A.A.A. Metodista São Bernardo BRA
2007, Jun 05 - 09 Cairo EGY BM Ciudad Real ESP --- Al Ahly Cairo EGY MCA Alger ALG
2010, May 17 - 21 Doha QAT BM Ciudad Real ESP 30:25 Al Sadd Doha QAT El-Zamalek Cairo EGY
2011, May 14 - 18 Doha QAT THW Kiel GER 28:25 BM Ciudad Real ESP Al Sadd LIB
2012, Aug 27 - Sep 01 Doha QAT BM Atlético de Madrid ESP 28:23 THW Kiel GER Al Sadd Doha QAT
2013, Aug 25 - 30 Doha QAT FC Barcelona ESP 27:25 HSV Hamburg GER El-Jaish Club QAT
2014, Sep 07 - 12 Doha QAT FC Barcelona ESP 34:26 Al Sadd Doha QAT SG Flensburg-Handewitt GER
2015, Sep 07 - 10 Doha QAT Füchse Berlin GER 28:27aet MKB Veszprém HUN FC Barcelona ESP
2016, Sep 05 - 08 Doha QAT Füchse Berlin GER 29:28 Paris Saint-Germain HB FRA KS Vive Tauron Kielce POL
2017, Aug 25 - 28 Doha QAT FC Barcelona ESP 29:25 Füchse Berlin GER RK Vadar Skopje MKD
2018, Oct 16 - 19 Doha QAT FC Barcelona ESP 29:24 Füchse Berlin GER Montpellier HB FRA
2019, Aug 27 - 31 Doha QAT FC Barcelona ESP 34:32 THW Kiel GER RK Vadar Skopje MKD
2020, Oct 06 - 10 Dammam KSA cancelled by IHF on Sep 23 due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021, Oct 05 - 09 Jeddah KSA SC Magdeburg GER 33:28 FC Barcelona ESP Aalborg Håndbold DEN
2022, Oct 18 - 23 Dammam KSA SC Magdeburg GER 41:39aet FC Barcelona ESP Łomża Industria Kielce POL


Super Globe - Women

Winners Final Runners-up Third place
2019, Aug 01 - 04 Wuxi CHN 1° de Agosto ANG 27:22 China National Club CHN UnC Concórdia BRA


Continental World Cup - Men (defunct)

During the 1996 IHF Congress, two new competitions were created: the Club World Cup and the Intercontinental Cup between the best clubs or teams from each continent, with an attractive redistribution of income.

Winners Final Runners-up Third place
(Unofficial) Intercontinental Cup
1998, Oct 07 - 12 Doha QAT ALG KUW ROU
H.R.M. Prince Faisal Bin Fahad Inter Continental World Cup
2000, Jun 04 - 09 Dammam KSA SWE KOR EGY
2002, Jun 25 - 29 Moskva RUS RUS SWE ARG


Emerging Nations Men's Championships (defunct)

"As part of the constant commitment for the development of handball the International Handball Federation will organize the first ever championship for emerging nations" (from the IHF website 2015).

Winners Final Runners-up Third place
2015, Jun 20 - 26 Pristina KOS FAR 27:24 LAT KOS
2017, Jun 12 - 18 Veliko Tarnovo BUL FAR 26:25 TUR KOS
2019, Jun 08 - 16 Tbilisi GEO GEO 31:21 CUB BUL
2021, Apr cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic


Handball at the Youth Olympic Games (defunct)

1998, Jul 11 - 19 Moskva RUS
1. 2010, Aug 20 - 25 Singapore SIN
2. 2014, Aug 20 - 25 Nanjing CHN
replaced by beach handball

1998: World Youth Games - first multi-sport event for the youth (hold only one time)

Boys

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1998 RUS 30:29 ESP CRO
2010 EGY 35:25 KOR FRA
2014 SLO 31:25 EGY NOR

Girls

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1998 RUS 27:25 LTU POL
2010 DEN 28:26 RUS BRA
2014 KOR 32:31 RUS SWE



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