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1959 World Table Tennis Championships

The 1959 World Table Tennis Championships were held in Dortmund from March 27 to April 5, 1959.[1][2]

Medalists

Team

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team  Japan
Nobuya Hoshino
Teruo Murakami
Seiji Narita
Ichiro Ogimura
 Hungary
Zoltán Berczik
Zoltan Bubonyi
Laszlo Foldy
Laszlo Pignitsky
Ferenc Sidó
 China
Jiang Yongning
Rong Guotuan
Wang Chuanyao
Xu Yinsheng
Yang Ruihua
 South Vietnam
Le Van Tiet
Mai Van Hoa
Tran Canh Duoc
Tran Van Lieu
Women's team  Japan
Fujie Eguchi
Kimiyo Matsuzaki
Taeko Namba
Kazuko Yamaizumi
 South Korea
Cho Kyung-Cha
Choi Kyong-Ja
Hwang Yool-Ja
Lee Chong-Hi
 China
Qiu Zhonghui
Sun Meiying
Ye Peiqiong

Individual

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles Rong Guotuan Ferenc Sidó Richard Miles
Ichiro Ogimura
Women's singles Kimiyo Matsuzaki Fujie Eguchi Qiu Zhonghui
Éva Kóczián
Men's doubles Teruo Murakami
Ichiro Ogimura
Ladislav Štípek
Ludvik Vyhnanovsky
Zoltán Berczik
Laszlo Foldy
Hans Alsér
Ake Rakell
Women's doubles Taeko Namba
Kazuko Yamaizumi
Fujie Eguchi
Kimiyo Matsuzaki
Ann Haydon
Diane Rowe
Qiu Zhonghui
Sun Meiying
Mixed doubles Ichiro Ogimura
Fujie Eguchi
Teruo Murakami
Kimiyo Matsuzaki
Wang Chuanyao
Sun Meiying
Zoltán Berczik
Gizella Lantos

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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