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1995 World Women's Handball Championship

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Host countries  Austria  Hungary
Venue(s)  7 (in 7 host cities)
Dates  5–17 December 1995
Runner-up  Hungary
1995 World Women's Handball Championship
Teams  20 (from 5 confederations)
Champions  South Korea (1st title)

The 1995 World Women's Handball Championship took place in Austria and Hungary 5–17 December 1995. It was the only to have 20 teams and the first to have multiple hosts. South Korea won its first title


Cross matches

The 4th and 5th place from A met 5th and 4th from B and the same for group C and D. The winner of each match got a place in the round of 16.

Placement 5-12

Losers from round of 16 played for placements from 9 to 12. Losers from quarterfinals played for places 5 to 8. There was no play for lower rankings.

All Star Team

  • Goalkeeper: Cecilie Leganger  Norway
  • Left Wing: Anette Hoffmann  Denmark
  • Left Back: Lim O-kyeong  South Korea
  • Center Back: Mariana Tîrcă  Romania
  • Pivot: Natalia Deriougina  Russia
  • Right Back: Sorina Lefter  Austria
  • Right Wing: Katalin Szilágyi  Hungary
  • References

    1995 World Women's Handball Championship Wikipedia