Many people touted London 2012 to be the best Handball competition ever and they will not have been disappointed as both the men's and women's competition threw up some superb action, though ultimately familiar winners.
France remain on course to become the first team ever to defend their Olympic Games title in the men's Handball competition after a comfortable 25-22 semi-final victory over Croatia at the Basketball Arena tonight.
Sweden will have the chance to earn their first Olympic gold medal in the men's Handball competition after booking a place in Sunday's final with a narrow 27-26 win over Hungary at the Basketball Arena.
Montenegro will contest the gold medal in the women's Handball competition on their Olympic Games debut after beating Spain 27-26 in tonight's semi-final at the Basketball Arena, courtesy of nine goals from Katarina Bulatovic.
Heidi Loke scored eight goals and Norway stayed on course for a second successive Olympic Games gold medal in women's Handball as they reached Saturday's final with a 31-25 victory over the Republic of Korea.