London, England – Norway won its second straight Olympic gold medal in women's handball after beating Montenegro in Saturday's final.
Linn Sulland scored 10 goals, leading Norway to a 26-23 win. She had seven of her goals in the first half, when the Norwegians built a 13-10 lead.
Montenegro won its first Olympic medal since splitting with Serbia in 2006. It was led by Katarina Bulatovic's 10 goals.
Serbia won its first Olympic gold medal since the break up on Saturday in taekwondo.
Spain beat South Korea after two overtime periods to win the women's handball bronze, its first ever Olympic medal in the sport. It was only the second time in eight appearances that South Korea failed to medal.
Sweden and France will play the men's gold medal match Sunday. Hungary and Croatia will meet for the bronze.