Handball at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's tournament. The men's handball competition, one of two events of handball at the 2000 Summer Olympics, in Sydney, took place at The Dome ( Sydney Olympic Park) during the preliminary round, quarter-finals, semi-finals and medal matches. A total of 180 players, distributed among twelve national teams, participated in this tournament.
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Official past-games:overview.results.disciplines.title results from the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Full list of gold, silver and bronze medallists as well as photos and videos of medal-winning moments.
Find out who took home gold, silver and bronze in 2000. Official results of the handball handball men event at the Sydney Summer Olympics.
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Handball at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Women's tournament. The women's handball competition, one of two events of handball at the 2000 Summer Olympics, in Sydney, took place at The Dome ( Sydney Olympic Park) during the preliminary round, quarter-finals, semi-finals and medal matches. A total of 150 players, distributed among ten national teams, participated in this tournament.
Australia Handball at the 2000 Sydney Summer Games. Australia at the 2000 Summer Games: Host City: Sydney, Australia. Date Started: September 16, 2000. Date Finished: October 1, 2000. Events for Australia: 2. Participants for Australia: 30 (15 men and 15 women) Youngest Participant for Australia: Jovana Milosevic (17 years, 341 days)
We're off to Sydney and the year 2000 for highlights from the men's handball event at the Summer Olympic Games.Athletes featured in this video :SWEDEN Team, ...
Handball had a participation base of around 500 players when Sydney were announced host of the 2000 Olympics - prompting a push from Channel Seven for ex-AFL and NRL stars to switch sports.
Sydney, 2000 For the third consecutive Olympics, Sweden lost the men's handball final, this time to Russia by a 28-26 score maddeningly reminiscent of four years earlier. It was the first handball gold for Russia, though the Soviet Union had won the men's title twice and the Unified Team was Olympic champion in 1992.
Sydney-born Taip Ramadani returned from Kosovo to Australia at the age of 16 and joined a club run by Sasha Dimitic and quickly developed under the guidance of the man credited with bringing handball down under. Having won the right to host the 2000 Olympic Games in 1993, the Australian team was formed and Ramadani was involved from the beginning.