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Medal Winners Rosters Medal Table Individual Table

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Year Gold Silver Bronze
2016 Denmark France Germany
2012 France Sweden Croatia
2008 France Iceland Spain
2004 Croatia Germany Russia
2000 Russia Sweden Spain
1996 Croatia Sweden Spain
1992 Soviet Union (EUN) Sweden France
1988 Soviet Union South Korea Yugoslavia
1984 Yugoslavia West Germany Romania
1980 East Germany Soviet Union Romania
1976 Soviet Union Romania Poland
1972 Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia Romania
1948-1968 Not held
1936 Germany Austria Switzerland

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2016 2012 2008 2004 2000 1996 1992 1988 1984 1980 1976 1972

Rio de Janeiro 2016 top

Denmark France Germany
Mads Christiansen, Michael Damgaard Nielsen, Jannick Green Krejberg, Mikkel Hansen, Niklas Landin Jacobsen, Mads Mensah Larsen, Henrik Mollgaard Jensen, Casper Mortensen, Jesper Noddesbo, Morten Olsen, Kasper Sondergaard, Lasse Svan, Henrik Toft Hansen, Rene Toft Hansen. (Coach: Gudmundsson Gudmundur) Luc Abalo, Adrien Dipanda, Ludovic Fabregas, Vincent Gerard, Michael Guigou, Luka Karabatic, Nikola Karabatic, Kentin Mahe, Daniel Narcisse, Timothey N'Guessan, Olivier Nyokas, Thierry Omeyer, Valentin Porte, Cedric Sorhaindo. (Coach: Claude Onesta) Paul Drux, Steffen Fath, Uwe Gensheimer, Kai Hafner, Silvio Heinevetter, Julius Kuhn, Finn Lemke, Hendrik Pekeler, Tobias Reichmann, Martin Strobel, Steffen Weinhold, Fabian Wiede, Patrick Wiencek, Andreas Wolff. (Coach: Dagur Sigurdsson)
FRA 34-27 BRA GER 34-22 QAT DEN 37-30 SLO POL 30-27 CRO
FRA 29-28 GER DEN 29-28* POL
DEN 28-26 FRA (GER 31-25 POL)

London 2012 top

France Sweden Croatia
Luc Abalo, William Accambray, Xavier Barachet, Didier Dinart, Jerome Fernandez, Guillaume Gille, Bertrand Gille, Michael Guigou, Samuel Honrubia, Guillaume Joli, Nikola Karabatic, Daouda Karaboue, Daniel Narcisse, Thierry Omeyer, Cedric Sorhaindo. (Coach: Claude Onesta) Mattias Andersson, Kim Andersson, Dalibor Doder, Niclas Ekberg, Kim Ekdahl du Rietz, Mattias Gustafsson, Johan Jakobsson, Magnus Jernemyr, Jonas Källman, Tobias Karlsson, Jonas Larholm, Andreas Nilsson, Fredrik Petersen, Johan Sjöstrand, Mattias Zachrisson. (Coach: Staffan Olsson) Mirko Alilovic, Ivano Balic, Damir Bicanic, Denis Buntic, Ivan Cupic, Domagoj Duvnjak, Jakov Gojun, Zlatko Horvat, Marko Kopljar, Blaženko Lackovic, Venio Losert, Ivan Nincevic, Manuel Štrlek, Igor Vori, Drago Vukovic. (Coach: Slavko Goluža)
HUN 34-33* ISL SWE 24-22 DEN FRA 23-22 ESP CRO 25-23 TUN
SWE 27-26 HUN FRA 25-22 CRO
FRA 22-21 SWE (CRO 33-26 HUN)

Beijing 2008 top

France Iceland Spain
Luc Abalo, Joel Abati, Cedric Burdet, Didier Dinart, Bertrand Gille, Guillaume Gille, Olivier Girault, Michael Guigou, Nikola Karabatic, Daouda Karaboue, Christophe Kempe, Daniel Narcisse, Thierry Omeyer, Cedric Paty. (Coach: Claude Onesta) Sturla Asgeirsson, Arnor Atlason, Logi Geirsson, Snorri Steinn Gudjonsson, Hreidar Levy Gudmundsson, Robert Gunnarsson, Bjorgvin Pall Gustavsson, Asgeir Orn Hallgrimsson, Ingimundur Ingimundarsson, Sverre Andreas Jakobsson, Alexander Petersson, Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson, Sigfus Sigurdsson, Olafur Stefanssson. (Coach: Gudmundur Gudmundsson) David Barrufet, Jon Belaustegui, David Davis, Alberto Entrerrios, Raul Entrerrios, Ruben Garabaya, Juan Garcia, Jose Javier Hombrados, Demetrio Lozano, Cristian Malmagro, Carlos Prieto, Albert Rocas, iker Romero, Victor Tomas. (Coach: Juan Carlos Pastor)
FRA 27-24 RUS ISL 32-30 POL CRO 26-24 DEN ESP 29-24 KOR
FRA 25-23 CRO ISL 36-30 ESP
FRA 28-23 ISL (ESP 35-29 CRO)

Athens 2004 top

Croatia Germany Russia
Ivano Balic, Davor Dominikovic, Mirza Dzomba, Slavko Goluza, Niksa Kaleb, Blazenko Lackovic, Venio Losert, Valter Matosevic, Petar Metlicic, Vlado Sola, Denis Spoljaric, Goran Sprem, Igor Vori, Drago Vukovic, Vedran Zrnic. (Coach: Lino Cervar) Markus Baur, Klaus-Dieter Petersen, Mark Dragunski, Henning Fritz, Pascal Hens, Torsten Jansen, Florian Kehrmann, Stefan Kretzschmar, Jan Olaf Immel, Christian Ramota, Christian Schwarzer, Daniel Stephan, Frank Von Behren, Christian Zeitz, Volker Zerbe. (Coach: Heiner Brand) Pavel Bashkin, Mikhail Chipurin, Alexander Gorbatikov, Viatcheslav Gorpichin, Vitali Ivanov, Eduard Kokcharov, Alexey Kostygov, Denis Krivoshlykov, Vasily Kudinov, Oleg Kuleshov, Andrey Lavrov, Sergey Pogorelov, Alexey Rastvortsev, Dmitri Torgovanov, Alexandre Tuchkin. (Coach: Vladimir Maksimov)
HUN 30-25 KOR CRO 33-27 GRE GER 32-30** ESP RUS 26-24 FRA
CRO 33-31 HUN GER 21-15 RUS
CRO 26-24 GER (RUS 28-26 HUN)

Sydney 2000 top

Russia Sweden Spain
Andrei Lavrov, Dmitri Filippov, Viatcheslav Gorpichine, Oleg Khodkov, Edouard Kokcharov, Vassili Koudinov, Stanislav Koulintchenko, Dmitri Kouzelev, Denis Krivochlykov, Igor Lavrov, Serguei Pogorelov, Pavel Soukossian, Dmitri Torgovanov, Alexander Tuchkin, Lev Voronine. Magnus Andersson, Ola Lindgren, Staffan Olsson, Tomas Svensson, Pierre Thorsson, Magnus Wislander, Johan Pettersson, Thomas Sivertsson, Martin Boquist, Martin Fraendesjoe, Mathias Franzen, Peter Gentzel, Andreas Larsson, Stefan Loevgren, Ljubomir Vranjes. Talant Dujshebaev, Mateo Garralda, Rafael Guijosa, Demetrio Lozano, Jordi Nuñez, Juan Perez, Iñaki Urdangarin, Alberto Urdiales, David Barrufet, Enric Masip, Xavier O´Callaghan, Iosu Olalla, Antonio Ortega, Antonio Ugalde, Andriy Xepkin.
RUS 29-26 YUG SWE 32-25 ESP
RUS 28-26 SWE (ESP 26-22 YUG)

Atlanta 1996 top

Croatia Sweden Spain
Patrik Cavar, Valner Frankovic, Slavko Goluza, Bruno Gudelj, Vladimir Jelcic, Bozidar Jovic, Nenad Kljaic, Venio Losert, Valter Matosevic, Zoran Mikulic, Alvaro Nacinovic, Goran Perkovac, Iztok Puc, Zlatko Saracevic, Irfan Smajlagic, Vladimir Sujster. Magnus Andersson, Robert Andersson, Anders Backegren, Per Carlen, Martin Frandesjo, Peter Gentzel, Erik Hajas, Robert Hedin, Andreas Larsson, Ola Lindgren, Stafan Lofgren, Nicklas Martinsson, Mats Olsson, Staffan Olsson, Johan Pettersson, Thomas Sivertsson, Jan Stankiewicz, Thomas Svensson, Pierre Thorsson, Magnus Wislander. Talant Dujshebaev, Salvador Esquer, Aitor Etxaburu, Jesus Fernandez, Jaume Fort, Mateo Garralda, Raul Gonzalez, Rafael Guijosa, Fernando Hernandez, Jose Hombrados, Demetrio Lozano, Jordi Nunez, Jesus Olalla, Juan Perez, Inaki Urdangarin, Alberto Urdiales.
CRO 24-20 FRA SWE 25-20 ESP
CRO 27-26 SWE (ESP 27-25 FRA)

Barcelona 1992 top

Unified Team (URSS) Sweden France
Andrei Lavrov, Igor Chumak, Igor Vassiliyev, Yuri Gavrilov, Andrei Barbashinsky, Sergei Bebeshko, Valery Gopin, Vasily Kudinov, Mikhail Yakimovich, Oleg Grebnev, Oleg Kiselyev, Talant Duishebayev. Mats Olsson, Tomas Svensson, Magnus Wislander, Ola Lindgren, Per Carlen, Erik Hajas, Magnus Cato, Axel Sjöblad, Robert Andersson, Pierre Thorsson, Steffan Olsson, Magnus Andersson, Robert Hedin, Anders Bäckegren, Patrik Lijestrand, Tommy Suoraniemi. Philippe Medard, Frederic Perez, Pascal Mahe, Philippe Debureau, Frederic Volle, Denis Lathoud, Eric Quintin, Philippe Gardent, Thierry Perreux, Laurent Munier, Jackson Richardson, Stephane Stoecklin, Denis Tristant, Jean Luc Thiebaut, Alain Portes, Gael Monthurel.
SWE 25-22 FRA EUN 23-19 ISL
EUN 22-20 SWE (FRA 24-20 ISL)

Seoul 1988 top

Soviet Union South Korea Yugoslavia
Andrei Lavrov, Aleksandr Tuchkin, Aleksandr Rymanov, Aleksandr Karshakevich, Yuri Nesterov, Georgy Sviridenko, Andrei Tyumentsev, Mikhail Vasilyev, Yuri Shevtsov, Vyacheslav Atavin, Valdemaras Novickis, Igor Chumak, Konstantin Sharovarov. Yoon Tae-il, Kim Jae-hwan, Sin Young-suk, Park Do-hun, Park Young-dae, Koh Suk-chang, Roh Hyun-suk, Oh Young-ki, Choi Suk-jae, Kang Jae-won, Lee Sang-hyo, Lim Jin-suk. Mornir Rnic, Zlatko Saracevic, Iztok Puc, Goran Perkovac, Irfan Smajlagic, Zlatko Portner, Veselin Vujovic, Jozef Holpert, Mirko Basic, Alvaro Nacinovic, Slobodan Kuzmanovski, Ermin Velic.
URS 32-25 KOR (YUG 27-23 HUN)

Los Angeles 1984 top

Yugoslavia West Germany Romania
Zlatan Arnautovic, Momir Rnic, Veselin Vukovic, Milan Kalina, Jovica Elezovic, Zovko, Branko Strbac, Pavle Jurina, Veselin Vujovic, Slobodan Kuzmanovski, Mirko Basic, Dragan Mladenovic, Zdravko Radjenovic, Mile Isakovic. Andreas Thiel, Arnulf Meffle, Rüdiger Neitzel, Martin Schwalb, Dirk Rauin, Michael Paul, Thomas Happe, Erhard Wunderlich, Thomas Springel, Klaus Wöller, Jochen Fraatz, Siegfried Roch, Ulrich Roth, Uwe Schwenker, Michael Roth. Nicolae Munteanu, Marian Dumitru, Iosif Boros, Maricel Voinea, Vasile Stinga, Gheorghe Dogarescu, Gheorghe Covaciu, Cornel Durau, Alexandru Fölker, Neculai Vasilca, Alexandru Buligan, Vasile Oprea, Mircea Bedivan, Adrian Simion.
YUG 18-17 FRG (ROM 23-19 HUN)

Moscow 1980 top

East Germany Soviet Union Romania
Hans-Georg Beyer, Lothar Doering, Günter Dreibrodt, Ernst Gerlach, Klaus Gruner, Rainer Höft, Hans-Georg Jaunich, Hartmut Krüger, Peter Rost, Dietmar Schmidt, Wieland Schmidt, Siegfried Voigt, Frank-Michael Wahl, Ingolf Wiegert. Aleksandr Anpilogov, Vladimir Belov, Yevgeni Chernyshov, Anatoli Fedyukin, Mykhaylo Ishchenko, Aleksandr Karshakevich, Yuri Kidyaev, Vladimir Kravtsov, Serhiy Kushniryuk, Viktor Makhorin, Voldemaras Novickis, Vladimir Repev, Mykola Tomyn, Aleksey Zhuk. Stefan Birtalan, Iosif Boros, Adrian Cosma, Cezar Draganita, Marian Dumitru, Cornel Durau, Alexandru Fölker, Claudiu Ionescu, Nicolae Munteanu, Vasile Stînga, Lucian Vasilache, Neculai Vasilca, Radu Voina, Maricel Voinea.
GDR 23-22 URS (ROM 20-18 HUN)

Montreal 1976 top

Soviet Union Romania Poland
Aleksandr Anpilogov, Yevgeni Chernyshov, Anatoli Fedyukin, Valeri Gassy, Vasily Ilyin, Mykhaylo Ishchenko, Yuri Kidyaev, Yury Klimov, Vladimir Kravtsov, Serhiy Kushniryuk, Yuriy Lahutyn, Vladimir Maksimov, Oleksandr Rezanov, Mykola Tomyn. Stefan Birtalan, Adrian Cosma, Cezar Draganita, Alexandru Fölker, Cristian Gatu, Mircea Grabovschi, Roland Gunesch, Gabriel Kicsid, Ghita Licu, Nicolae Munteanu, Cornel Penu, Werner Stöckl, Constantin Tudosie, Radu Voina. Zdzislaw Antczak, Janusz Brzozowski, Piotr Ciesla, Jan Gmyrek, Alfred Kaluzinski, Jerzy Klempel, Zygfryd Kuchta, Jerzy Melcer, Ryszard Przybysz, Henryk Rozmiarek, Andrzej Sokolowski, Andrzej Szymczak, Mieczyslaw Wojczak, Wlodzimierz Zielinski.
URS 19-15 ROM (POL 21-18 FRG)

Munich 1972 top

Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia Romania
Abaz Arslanagic, Petar Fajfric, Hrvoje Horvat, Milorad Karalic, Dorde Lavrnic, Milan Lazarevic, Zdravko Miljak, Slobodan Miskovic, Branislav Pokrajac, Nebojsa Popovic, Miroslav Pribanic, Albin Vidovic, Zoran Zivkovic, Zdenko Zorko. Ladislav Benes, Frantisek Bruna, Vladimir Haber, Vladimir Jary, Jiri Kavan, Arnost Klimcik, Jaroslav Konecny, Frantisek Kralik, Jindrich Krepindl, Vincent Lafko, Andrej Lukosik, Pavel Mikes, Peter Pospisil, Ivan Satrapa, Zdenek skara, Jaroslav Skarvan. Stefan Birtalan, Adrian Cosma, Marin Dan, Alexandru Dinca, Cristian Gatu, Gheorghe Gruia, Roland Gunesch, Gabriel Kicsid, Ghita Licu, Cornel Penu, Valentin Samungi, Simion Schöbel, Werner Stöckl, Constantin Tudosie, Radu Voina.
YUG 21-16 TCH (ROM 19-16 GDR)

Medal Table top

Ps Country CNT GD SV BZ TOT
1. Soviet Union URS 3 1 - 4
2. France FRA 2 1 1 4
3. Yugoslavia YUG 2 - 1 3
. Croatia CRO 2 - 1 3
5. Germany GER 1 1 1 3
6. Russia RUS 1 - 1 2
7. East Germany GDR 1 - - 1
. Denmark DEN 1 - - 1
9. Sweden SWE - 4 - 4
10. Romania ROM - 1 3 4
11. Austria AUT - 1 - 1
. Czechoslovakia TCH - 1 - 1
. West Germany FRG - 1 - 1
. South Korea KOR - 1 - 1
. Iceland ISL - 1 - 1
16. Spain ESP - - 3 3
17. Switzerland SUI - - 1 1
. Poland POL - - 1 1
 
18     13 13 13 39

Individual Medal Table top

Ps Name GD SV BZ Medal Details
1. Andrei Lavrov, URS/RUS 3 0 1 88 92 00 // - // 04
2. Luc Abalo, FRA 2 1 0 08 12 // 16 // -
. Michael Guigou, FRA 2 1 0 08 12 // 16 // -
. Nikola Karabatic, FRA 2 1 0 08 12 // 16 // -
. Daniel Narcisse, FRA 2 1 0 08 12 // 16 // -
. Thierry Omeyer, FRA 2 1 0 08 12 // 16 // -
7. Alexandr Tuchkin, URS/RUS 2 0 1 88 00 // - // 04
. Venio Losert, CRO 2 0 1 96 04 // - // 12
9. Igor Chumak, URS 2 0 0 88 92 // - // -
. Slavko Goluza, CRO 2 0 0 96 04 // - // -
. Valter Matosevic, CRO 2 0 0 96 04 // - // -
. Didier Dinart, FRA 2 0 0 08 12 // - // -
. Bertrand Gille, FRA 2 0 0 08 12 // - // -
. Guillaume Gille, FRA 2 0 0 08 12 // - // -
(15) Daouda Karaboue, FRA 2 0 0 08 12 // - // -

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