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1931 World Table Tennis Championships

The 5th World Table Tennis Championships were held in Budapest from February 10 to February 15, 1931.[1][2]

Medalists

Team

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team  Hungary
Viktor Barna
Laszlo Bellak
Lajos David
István Kelen
Miklós Szabados
 England
Charles Bull
Adrian Haydon
David Jones
Stanley Proffitt
Tommy Sears
 Czechoslovakia
Stanislav Kolář
Jindrich Lauterbach
Antonin Malecek
Bedrich Fritz Nikodem
Karel Svoboda

Individual

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles Miklós Szabados Viktor Barna Ferenc Kovacs
Nikita Madjaroglou
Women's singles Mária Mednyánszky Mona Muller-Rüster Magda Gal
Anna Sipos
Men's doubles Viktor Barna
Miklós Szabados
Lajos Leopold David
István Kelen
Jindrich Lauterbach
Karel Svoboda
Manfred Feher
Alfred Liebster
Women's doubles Mária Mednyánszky
Anna Sipos
Magda Gal
Lili Tiszai
Lili Forbath
Helly Reitzer
Mona Muller-Rüster
Marie Smidova
Mixed doubles Miklós Szabados
Mária Mednyánszky
Viktor Barna
Anna Sipos
Sándor Glancz
Magda Gal
Laszlo Bellak
Marta Komaromi

References

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

External links

  • ITTF Museum
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