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1955 World Table Tennis Championships

The 1955 World Table Tennis Championships were held in Utrecht from April 16 to April 24, 1955.[1][2]

Medalists

Team

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team  Japan
Ichiro Ogimura
Kichii Tamasu
Toshiaki Tanaka
Yoshio Tomita
 Czechoslovakia
Ivan Andreadis
Ladislav Štípek
Vaclav Tereba
Bohumil Váňa
Ludvik Vyhnanovsky
 Hungary
Laszlo Foldy
József Kóczián
Ferenc Sidó
Jozsef Somogyi
Kalman Szepesi
 England
Richard Bergmann
Brian Kennedy
Johnny Leach
Brian Merrett
Alan Rhodes
Women's team  Romania
Angelica Rozeanu
Sari Szasz
Ella Zeller
 Japan
Fujie Eguchi
Shizuki Narahara
Yoshiko Tanaka
Kiiko Watanabe
 England
Ann Haydon
Diane Rowe
Rosalind Rowe
Jean Winn

Individual

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles Toshiaki Tanaka Žarko Dolinar Stephen Cafiero
Ferenc Sidó
Women's singles Angelica Rozeanu Ermelinde Rumpler-Wertl Keiko Watanabe
Éva Kóczián
Men's doubles Ivan Andreadis
Ladislav Štípek
Žarko Dolinar
Vilim Harangozo
Ichiro Ogimura
Yoshio Tomita
József Kóczián
Ferenc Sidó
Women's doubles Angelica Rozeanu
Ella Zeller
Diane Rowe
Rosalind Rowe
Shizuki Narahara
Yoshiko Tanaka
Fujie Eguchi
Kiiko Watanabe
Mixed doubles Kalman Szepesi
Éva Kóczián
Aubrey Simons
Helen Elliot
Toshiaki Tanaka
Shizuki Narahara
Ladislav Štípek
Eliska Krejcova

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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