The 1986 World Men's Handball Championship was the 11th team handball World Championship. It was held in Switzerland from February 25 to March 8, 1986. Yugoslavia won the championship. The tournament was played in Aarau, Basel, Bern, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Davos, Geneva, Luzern, Olten, St. Gallen, Solothurn, Winterthur and Zürich .
Yugoslavia men's national handball team; Medal record Olympic Games; 1972 Munich: Team: 1984 Los Angeles: Team: 1988 Seoul: Team: World Championship; 1986 Switzerland: 1982 West Germany: 1970 France: 1974 East Germany
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team 1: score: team 2: HT: Final: 08.03: 16:30: Zurich: Yugoslavia: 24-22: Hungary: 12-12: 3-4: 07.03: 20:45: Basel: East Germany: 24-23: Sweden: 13-11: 5-6: 07.03: 20:45: Olten: Spain: 24-22: Iceland: 10-10: 7-8: 07.03: 19:00: Basel: West Germany: 25-18: Denmark: 11-10: 9-10: 07.03: 19:00: Olten: Romania: 25-21: Soviet Union: 12-10: 11-12: 08.03: 14:30: Zurich: Switzerland: 27-22: South Korea: 14-11
The Yugoslav Handball Championship was the highest level competition in men's team handball in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, played regularly for almost four decades between 1953 and 1992, before being abandoned due to the breakup of Yugoslavia .
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Handball is also a popular sport. The national Yugoslav handball team have won two World Championships (1986, 2003), four gold medals at the Summer Olympics(1972, 1984, 1996, 2004) and four silver medals at the European Championships. The Yugoslav national handball team is currently ranked 10th in the world by the International Handball Federation.
Mrkonja represented Yugoslavia in the men's tournament at the 1980 Summer Olympics and was also part of the Yugoslav team that were crowned World Champions in 1986. Coaching career. Mrkonja was head coach of the Bosnia and Herzegovina national handball team from 2003 until 2004. Honours Player. Metaloplastika
Representing Yugoslavia. World Championship. 1986 Switzerland. Team. Representing Serbia. Mediterranean Games. 2009 Pescara. Staff. Jovica Cvetković ( Serbian Cyrillic: Јовица Цветковић; born 18 September 1959) is a Serbian handball coach and former player who competed for Yugoslavia in the 1980 Summer Olympics .