Handball at the 2005 Mediterranean Games

The Handball Tournament at the 2005 Mediterranean Games was held in the Infanta Cristina Sports Hall and Vicar Sports Hall from Saturday 25 June to Saturday 2 July 2005 in Almería, Spain.

Men's tournamentEdit

Participating teamsEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Croatia 1 1 0 0 24 22 +2 2
  Egypt 1 0 0 1 22 24 −2 0
25 June 2005 Croatia   24 – 22   Egypt
(12–11)

Group BEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Spain 1 1 0 0 38 29 +9 2
  Greece 1 0 0 1 29 38 −9 0
27 June 2005 Spain   38 – 29   Greece
(19–15)

Group CEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Serbia & Montenegro 2 2 0 0 61 51 +10 4
  France 2 1 0 1 57 50 +7 2
  Turkey 2 0 0 2 48 65 −17 0
25 June 2005 France   32 – 22   Turkey
(16–14)
26 June 2005 Serbia & Montenegro   33 – 26   Turkey
(15–13)
27 June 2005 Serbia & Montenegro   28 – 25   France
(13–13)

Group DEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Tunisia 2 2 0 0 60 50 +10 4
  Slovenia 2 1 0 1 53 52 +1 2
  Italy 2 0 0 2 54 65 −11 0
25 June 2005 Tunisia   35 – 27   Italy
(18–12)
26 June 2005 Slovenia   30 – 27   Italy
(13–13)
27 June 2005 Tunisia   25 – 23   Slovenia
(15–10)

Final roundEdit

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
29 June
 
 
  Tunisia29
 
30 June
 
  France27
 
  Tunisia27
 
29 June
 
  Spain32
 
  Egypt28
 
02 July
 
  Spain32
 
  Spain28
 
29 June
 
  Croatia21
 
  Serbia & M33
 
30 June
 
  Slovenia30
 
  Serbia & M28
 
29 June
 
  Croatia29 Third place
 
  Croatia33
 
02 July
 
  Greece25
 
  Tunisia32
 
 
  Serbia & M26
 

Quarter finalsEdit

29 June 2005 Tunisia   29 – 27   France
(15–14)
29 June 2005 Spain   32 – 28   Egypt
(17–13)
29 June 2005 Serbia & Montenegro   33 – 30   Slovenia
(15–14)
29 June 2005 Croatia   33 – 25   Greece
(16–12)

Semi finalsEdit

30 June 2005 Spain   32 – 27   Tunisia
(14–15)
30 June 2005 Croatia   29 – 28   Serbia & Montenegro
(18–12)

Bronze Medal MatchEdit

2 July 2005 Tunisia   32 – 26   Serbia & Montenegro
(15–13)

Gold Medal MatchEdit

2 July 2005 Spain   28 – 21   Croatia
(15–11)

Final standingsEdit

    Spain
    Croatia
    Tunisia
4   Serbia & Montenegro
5   Egypt
6   Slovenia
7   France
8   Greece
9   Italy
10   Turkey

Women's competitionEdit

TeamsEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Croatia 3 3 0 0 92 78 +14 6
  France 3 2 1 0 97 89 +8 5
  Italy 3 1 0 2 91 99 −8 2
  Slovenia 3 0 0 3 86 100 −14 0

All times are Central European Summer Time (UTC+2)

25 June
12:15
Slovenia   31 – 39   Italy Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Hrnjič 8 (18–22) di Fazzio 10
(Report)

25 June
20:15
France   29 – 31   Croatia Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Spincer 8 (15–17) Arslanagić 9
(Report)

26 June
13:30
Slovenia   26 – 27   Croatia Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Hrnjič 7 (12–17) Zebić 9
(Report)

26 June
20:15
France   34 – 29   Italy Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Spincer, Kamto 7 (12–12) Pistelli 10
(Report)

28 June
12:15
Croatia   34 – 23   Italy Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Pasičnik 7 (15–8) Anisenkova 7
(Report)

28 June
20:15
France   34 – 29   Slovenia Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Spincer, Legenty 6 (15–16) Potočnik 10
(Report)

Group BEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Spain 3 3 0 0 98 81 +17 6
  Serbia & Montenegro 3 2 0 1 101 96 +5 4
  Turkey 3 1 0 2 113 113 0 2
  Greece 3 0 0 3 82 104 −22 0

All times are Central European Summer Time (UTC+2)

25 June
10:00
Serbia & Montenegro   37 – 30   Greece Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Erić 9 (15–18) Gioupi 10
(Report)

25 June
18:00
Spain   40 – 38   Turkey Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Guerola 12 (21–18) İskenderoğlu 12
(Report)

26 June
15:45
Serbia & Montenegro   43 – 40   Turkey Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Medved 13 (24–19) Ozel 12
(Report)

26 June
18:00
Spain   32 – 22   Greece Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Alonso, Guerola 5 (15–10) Gkolia, Gioupi 5
(Report)

28 June
10:00
Turkey   35 – 30   Greece Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Ozel 10 (19–15) Poimenidou 9
(Report)

28 June
18:00
Spain   26 – 21   Serbia & Montenegro Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Mangué 5 (13–8) Medved 7
(Report)

Placement matchesEdit

7th-8th
30 June
10:30
Slovenia   41 – 32   Greece Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Potočnik 16 (20–11) Skoutela 9
(Report)

5th-6th
30 June
13:00
Italy   33 – 39   Turkey Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Pistelli, di Fazzio 9 (14–21) Ozel 13
(Report)

Final roundEdit

 
SemifinalFinal
 
      
 
29 June - 10:30
 
 
  Spain 31
 
1 July - 13:00
 
  France 24
 
  Spain 30
 
29 June - 13:00
 
  Serbia & M 29
 
  Croatia 33
 
 
  Serbia & M 40
 
Bronze Match
 
 
1 July - 10:30
 
 
  Croatia 26
 
 
  France 22
Semifinals
29 June
10:30
Spain   31 – 24   France Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Aguilar 7 (16–9) Kamto 9
(Report)

29 June
13:00
Croatia   33 – 40   Serbia & Montenegro Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Pasičnik 9 (19–20) Erić 9
(Report)

Bronze Match
1 July
10:30
France   22 – 26   Croatia Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Spincer 8 (10–15) Pasičnik 9
(Report)

Final
Spain   30 – 29   Serbia & Montenegro Vícar Sports Hall, Vícar
Ortuño 8 (15–17) Medved 7
(Report)

Ranking and statisticsEdit

Final standingsEdit

    Spain
    Serbia & Montenegro
    Croatia
4   France
5   Turkey
6   Italy
7   Slovenia
8   Greece

Source: Almería 2005

2005 Women's Mediterranean Champions

 
Spain
1st Title

Team Roster[1]

Macarena Aguilar, Patricia Alonso, Verónica Cuadrado, Aitziber Elejada,
Begoña Fernández, Soraya García, Rocío Guerola, Elisabeth López,
Marta Mangué, Carmen Martín, Beatriz Morales, Noelia Oncina, Isabel Ortuño,
Susana Pareja, María Eugenia Sánchez and Yolanda SanRoman.
Head Coach: Miguel Ángel Florido.

Top goalkeepersEdit

Rank Name Team % Saves Shots
1 Sevilay İmamoğlu   Turkey 39% 54 150
2 María Eugenia Sánchez   Spain 38% 18 48
3 Ivana Jelčić   Croatia 36% 65 180
4 Sladjana Đerić   Serbia & Montenegro 35% 45 130
5 Elisabeth López   Spain 32% 42 132
6 Lorena Bassi   Italy 31% 43 137
7 Urška Wertl   Slovenia 31% 25 81
8 Johana Bouveret   France 29% 25 87
9 Linda Pradel   France 28% 33 117
10 Ana Vojčić   Serbia & Montenegro 27% 22 83

Source: Almería 2005

Top goalscorersEdit

Rank Name Team Goals Shots %
1 Tatjana Medved   Serbia & Montenegro 42 69 61%
2 Yeliz Ozel   Turkey 40 64 63%
3 Nina Potočnik   Slovenia 37 57 65%
4 Luana Pistelli   Italy 33 49 67%
5 Angélique Spincer   France 32 48 67%
6 Svitlana Pasičnik   Croatia 31 45 69%
7 Serpil İskenderoğlu   Turkey 30 42 71%
8 Rocío Guerola   Spain 30 45 67%
9 Jelena Erić   Serbia & Montenegro 30 50 60%
10 Giorgia di Fazzio   Italy 29 53 55%

Source: Almería 2005

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Handball - Medals by Event - Women". Centro de Documentación y Exposición de los Juegos Mediterraneos. Archived from the original on 20 July 2011. Retrieved 20 March 2009.
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  • "Handball". Centro de Documentación y Exposición de los Juegos Mediterraneos. Archived from the original on 24 May 2012. Retrieved 20 March 2009.