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Field hockey at the 1996 Summer Olympics

Field hockey
at the Games of the XXVI Olympiad
Venue Morris Brown College
Dates 20 July – 2 August

The Olympic field hockey tournament at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States, was held in Herndon Stadium and Panther Stadium as secondary venue from July 20 to August 2, 1996.

Men's tournament

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men  Netherlands (NED)
Jacques Brinkman
Floris Jan Bovelander
Maurits Crucq
Marc Delissen
Jeroen Delmee
Taco van den Honert
Erik Jazet
Ronald Jansen
Leo Klein Gebbink
Bram Lomans
Teun de Nooijer
Wouter van Pelt
Stephan Veen
Guus Vogels
Tycho van Meer
Remco van Wijk
 Spain (ESP)
Jaume Amat
Pol Amat
Javier Arnau
Jordi Arnau
Oscar Barrena
Ignacio Cobos
Juan Dinarés
Juan Escarré
Xavier Escudé
Juantxo García-Mauriño
Antonio González
Ramón Jufresa
Joaquim Malgosa
Victor Pujol
Ramón Sala
Pablo Usoz
 Australia (AUS)
Mark Hager
Stephen Davies
Baeden Choppy
Lachlan Elmer
Stuart Carruthers
Grant Smith
Damon Diletti
Lachlan Dreher
Brendan Garard
Paul Gaudoin
Paul Lewis
Matthew Smith
Jay Stacy
Daniel Sproule
Ken Wark
Michael York

Women's tournament

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women  Australia (AUS)
Michelle Andrews
Alyson Annan
Louise Dobson
Renita Farrell
Juliet Haslam
Rechelle Hawkes
Clover Maitland
Karen Marsden
Jenny Morris
Nova Peris-Kneebone
Jackie Pereira
Katrina Powell
Lisa Powell
Danielle Roche
Kate Starre
Liane Tooth
 South Korea (KOR)
Chang Eun-Jung
Cho Eun-Jung
Choi Eun-Kyung
Choi Mi-Soon
Jeon Young-Sun
Jin Deok-San
Kim Myung-Ok
Kwon Soo-Hyun
Kwon Chang-Sook
Lee Eun-Kyung
Lee Eun-Young
Lee Ji-Young
Lim Jeong-Sook
Oh Seung-Shin
Woo Hyun-Jung
You Jae-Sook
 Netherlands (NED)
Suzanne Plesman
Dillianne van den Boogaard
Florentine Steenberghe
Willemijn Duyster
Mijntje Donners
Fleur van de Kieft
Nicole Koolen
Jeannette Lewin
Wietske de Ruiter
Ellen Kuipers
Margje Teeuwen
Carole Thate
Jacqueline Toxopeus
Stella de Heij
Noor Holsboer
Suzan van der Wielen


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