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1930 World Table Tennis Championships

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1930 World Table Tennis Championships

The 4th World Table Tennis Championships were held in Berlin from January 21 to 26, 1930.[1][2]


  • Medalists 1
    • Team 1.1
    • Individual 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3



Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team  Hungary
Viktor Barna
Laszlo Bellak
Lajos David
István Kelen
Miklós Szabados
Carl-Eric Bulow
Valter Kolmodin
Hille Nilsson
Folke Pettersson
Henry Wilbert
Mikulas Fried
Bohumil Hajek
Zdenek Heydusek
Antonin Malecek
Bedrich Fritz Nikodem


Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles
Viktor Barna Laszlo Bellak István Kelen
Lajos Leopold David
Women's singles
Mária Mednyánszky Anna Sipos Josefine Kolbe
Gertrude Wildham
Men's doubles Viktor Barna
Miklós Szabados
Alfred Liebster
Robert Thum
Laszlo Bellak
Sándor Glancz
Valter Kolmodin
Hille Nilsson
Women's doubles Mária Mednyánszky
Anna Sipos
Magda Gal
Marta Komaromi
Josefine Kolbe
Etta Neumann
Helly Reitzer
Gertrude Wildham
Mixed doubles Miklós Szabados
Mária Mednyánszky
István Kelen
Anna Sipos
Viktor Barna
Magda Gal
Sándor Glancz
Ingeborg Carnatz


  1. ^ "World Championships Results". ITTF Museum. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "ITTF Statistics". Retrieved 7 April 2012. 

External links

  • ITTF Museum
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