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Field hockey at the 1988 Summer Olympics

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Field hockey
at the Games of the XXIV Olympiad
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Final results for the Hockey competition at the 1988 Summer Olympics:

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Men's medal winners

Gold
Gold
Silver
Silver
Bronze
Bronze
 Great Britain (GBR)
Paul Barber
Stephen Batchelor
Kulbir Bhaura
Robert Clift
Richard Dodds
David Faulkner
Russell Garcia
Martyn Grimley
Sean Kerly
Jimmy Kirkwood
Richard Leman
Stephen Martin
Veryan Pappin
Jon Potter
Imran Sherwani
Ian Taylor
 West Germany (FRG)
Stefan Blöcher
Dirk Brinkmann
Thomas Brinkmann
Heiner Dopp
Hans-Henning Fastrich
Carsten Fischer
Tobias Frank
Volker Fried
Horst-Ulrich Hänel
Michael Hilgers
Andreas Keller
Michael Metz
Andreas Mollandin
Thomas Reck
Christian Schliemann
Ekkhard Schmidt-Opper
 Netherlands (NED)
Marc Benninga
Floris Jan Bovelander
Jacques Brinkman
Maurits Crucq
Marc Delissen
Cees Jan Diepeveen
Patrick Faber
Ronald Jansen
Rene Klaassen
Hendrik Kooijman
Hidde Kruize
Frank Leistra
Erik Parlevliet
Gert Schlatmann
Tim Steens
Taco van den Honert

Women's medal winners

Gold
Gold
Silver
Silver
Bronze
Bronze
 Australia (AUS)
Tracey Belbin
Deborah Bowman
Lee Capes
Michelle Capes
Sally Carbon
Elspeth Clement
Loretta Dorman
Maree Fish
Rechelle Hawkes
Lorraine Hillas
Kathleen Partridge
Sharon Patmore
Jackie Pereira
Sandra Pisani
Kim Small
Liane Tooth
 South Korea (KOR)
Chang Eun-Jung
Cho Ki-Hyang
Choi Choon-Ok
Chung Eun-Kyung
Chung Sang-Hyun
Han Gum Shil
Han Ok-Kyung
Hwang Keum-Sook
Jin Won-Sim
Kim Mi-Sun
Kim Soon-Duk
Kim Young-sook
Lim Kye-Sook
Park Soon-Ja
Seo Hyo-Sun
Seo Kwang-Mi
 Netherlands (NED)
Willemien Aardenburg
Carina Benninga
Marjolein Eijsvogel
Yvonne Buter
Det de Beus
Annemieke Fokke
Noor Holsboer
Helen van der Ben
Lisanne Lejeune
Anneloes Nieuwenhuizen
Martine Ohr
Marieke van Doorn
Aletta van Manen
Sophie von Weiler
Laurien Willemse
Ingrid Wolff

References

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