Women Handball World Championship 1990 South Korea 24.11-04.12 Champion Soviet Union
Finals played at Seoul
Gamedateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
Final04.12Soviet Union24-22Yugoslavia14-9
3-404.12East Germany25-19West Germany
5-604.12Austria23-19Norway16-9
7-804.12Romania25-19China13-10
9-1004.12Poland27-26Denmark
11-1204.12South Korea36-23Bulgaria
Final Ranking
Teams Composition
Final Rankingptswdlgfga
1. Soviet Union14700178:143
2. Yugoslavia10502169:144
3. East Germany11511164:125
4. West Germany8403145:137
5. Austria9412145:151
6. Norway8403135:135
7. Romania7313149:138
8. China8403144:159
9. Poland8403173:148
10.Denmark4205145:137
11.South Korea4205181:183
12.Bulgaria4205154:179
Group 13-16
13.Sweden7312131:118
14.France4204113:131
15.Canada2105123:159
16.Angola000693:155
Best Pivot: Svetlana Antić (YUG)
Best Left Wing: Elena Nemashkalo (URS)
First 4 qualified to Barcelona Olympic Women 1992.
East Germany and West Germany were unified and Austria qualified.
Norway replaced Yugoslavia.
Second Groups Round
Group EGroup FGroup 13-16
First Groups Round
Group AGroup BGroup CGroup D
QualificationT
Europe12
Olympic Women 19883
Women B 19899
Asia2
Olympic Women 19881
Asia Women 19891
Africa Women 19891
America Women 19891

Second Groups Round.

Winers to Final. Rest to Classification.
Group Epwdlgfga
1. Yugoslavia8401124:102
2. West Germany6302109:100
3. Austria6302101:111
4. China6302108:119
5. Poland4203117:103
6. South Korea0005111:135
TeamYugoWestAustChinPolaKore
Yugoslavia----21:1830:15 19:1828:24
West Germany ---- 19:1421:1831:23
Austria 24:20---- 22:2119:18
China27:26 22:21---- 28:22
Poland 31:17----29:24
South Korea ----
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
played in Seoul
29.11Austria24-20West Germany13-8
29.11Poland31-17China
29.11Yugoslavia28-24South Korea
01.12Yugoslavia30-15Austria14-6
01.12West Germany19-14China10-7
01.12Poland29-24South Korea17-13
02.12China27-26Yugoslavia
02.12Austria22-21Poland13-9
02.12West Germany31-23South Korea
Group Fpwdlgfga
1. Soviet Union10500126:106
2. East Germany7311111:90
3. Norway630289:90
4. Romania311390:100
5. Denmark210497:103
6. Bulgaria210499:123
TeamSoviEastNorwRomaDenmBulg
Soviet Union----21:2022:2029:2621:1733:23
East Germany ----22:1415:1523:1931:21
Norway ----13:1220:1622:18
Romania ---- 18:17
Denmark 26:19----
Bulgaria 20:19----
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
29.11Soviet Union33-23Bulgaria
29.11East Germany15-15Romania6-8
29.11Norway20-16Denmark
01.12East Germany22-14Norway10-6
01.12Soviet Union29-26Romania18-12
01.12Bulgaria20-19Denmark11-9
02.12Soviet Union22-20Norway
02.12East Germany31-21Bulgaria
02.12Denmark26-19Romania13-10
Group 13-16pwdlgfga
13.Sweden630070:46
14.France420164:62
15.Canada210262:66
16.Angola000355:77
TeamSwedFranCanaAngo
Sweden----21:1621:1628:14
France ----24:2124:20
Canada ----25:21
Angola ----
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
played in Seoul
29.11Sweden21-16Canada
29.11France24-20Angola
01.12Sweden28-14Angola13-7
01.12France24-21Canada10-9
02.12Sweden21-16France
02.12Canada25-21Angola

First Groups Round

First 3 to Second Groups Round. 4th to Group 13-16. Scores are transferred.
Group Apwdlgfga
1. Yugoslavia630063:54
2. West Germany420156:51
3. Poland210265:59
4. France000349:69
TeamYugoWestPolaFran
Yugoslavia----21:1819:1823:18
West Germany ----21:1817:12
Poland ----29:19
France ----
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
played at Seoul
24.11Yugoslavia19-18Poland
transferred to Group E Seoul
24.11West Germany17-12France
25.11Yugoslavia23-18France
25.11West Germany21-18Poland
transferred to Group E Seoul
27.11Yugoslavia21-18West Germany
transferred to Group E Seoul
27.11Poland29-19France
Group Bpwdlgfga
1. China630067:58
2. Austria311161:61
3. South Korea210274:72
4. Sweden101261:72
TeamChinAustKoreSwed
China----22:2128:2217:15
Austria ----19:1821:21
South Korea ----34:25
Sweden ----
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
played in Seoul
24.11China17-15Sweden
24.11Austria19-18South Korea9-9
transferred to Group E Seoul
25.11China28-22South Korea
transferred to Group E Seoul
25.11Austria21-21Sweden12-20
27.11China22-21Austria14-12
transferred to Group E Seoul
27.11South Korea34-25Sweden
Group Cpwdlgfga
1. Soviet Union630070:52
2. East Germany420171:56
3. Denmark210258:51
4. Angola000338:78
TeamSoviEastDenmAngo
Soviet Union----21:2021:1728:15
East Germany ----23:1928:16
Denmark ----22: 7
Angola ----
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
24.11Soviet Union21-17Denmark
transferred to Group F
24.11East Germany28-16Angola
25.11Soviet Union28-15Angola
25.11East Germany23-19Denmark
transferred to Group F
27.11Soviet Union21-20East Germany
transferred to Group F
27.11Denmark22- 7Angola
Group Dpwdlgfga
1. Norway630062:52
2. Romania420164:49
3. Bulgaria210267:60
4. Canada000361:93
TeamNorwRomaBulgCana
Norway----13:1222:1827:22
Romania ----18:1734:19
Bulgaria ----32:20
Canada ----
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
24.11Norway22-18Bulgaria
transferred to Group F
24.11Romania34-19Canada18-7
25.11Norway27-22Canada
25.11Romania18-17Bulgaria11-10
transferred to Group F
27.11Norway13-12Romania7-8
transferred to Group F
27.11Bulgaria32-20Canada

Teams Composition

1. Soviet Union
Svetlana Bogdanova
Svetlana Rozintseva
Olga Shishkina
Galina Onoprienko
Tamila Oleksiuk
Marina Bazanova
Nataliya Morskova
Luidmila Guds
Svetlana Priakhina
Ausrele Zhukene
Elena Nemashkalo
Galina Tian
Svetlana Vydrina
Svetlana Minevskaya
Vera Kholodnaya
Austra Fridrikas
Coach: Alexander Tarassikov
2. Yugoslvia
Svetlana Antić
Zagorka Baštovanović
Maja Bulatović
Vesna Durković
Dragica Đurić
Stanica Gole
Branka Jovanović
Svetlana Kitić-C
Nataša Kolega
Katica Lješković
Ljiljana Marković
Dragana Pešić
Tanja Polajner
Olga Sekulić
Vesna Tomajek
Stana Vuković
Manager: Milorad Milatović.
Coach: Vatroslav Srhoj.
3. East Germany
Andrea Stolletz
Manuela Kelm
Anett Kuhlke
Gabriele Palme
Kerstin Mühlner
Anja Krüger
Carola Ciszewski
Marika Ahrens
Josefine Grosse
Sabine Quednau
Kathrin Petzold
Karen Heinrich
Kerstin Nindel
Angela Werner
Katrin Mietzner
Coach: Heinz Strauch
Lothar Doering
6. Norway
Kjerstin Andersen
Annette Skotvoll
Reidun Gunnarson
Susann Goksør
Kjersti Grini
Trine Haltvik
Hanne Hegh-C
Hanne Hogness
Marte Eliasson
Kristin Cecilie Karlsen
Cathrine Svendsen
Tonje Sagstuen
Karin Pettersen
Tone Anne Alvestad Seland
Coach: Sven-Tore Jacobsen
7. Romania
Carmen Moldoveanu
Elisabeta Rosu
Valentina Cosma
Edit Matei
Mariana Trca
Estera Matefi
Florica Ivan
Adina Margulescu
Simona Iovanescu
Marilena Doiciu
Gabriela Antoneanu
Sorina Lefter
Nadina Dumitru
Nicoleta Crtu Plesoianu
Beatrice Duca
Coach: Bogdan Macovei
9. Poland
Dorota Gliszczyńska
Alicja Główczak
Zofia Chrószcz
Anna Garwacka
Ewa Głażewska
Bożena Gniedziuk
Bożena Karkut
Alicja Klonowska
Wioletta Luberecka
Violetta Malczak
Mirella Mierzejewska
Jolanta Pietras
Ewa Szeląg
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