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1989 World Table Tennis Championships

The 1989 World Table Tennis Championships were held in Dortmund from March 29 to April 9, 1989.[1][2]

Results

Team

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team  Sweden
Mikael Appelgren
Peter Karlsson
Erik Lindh
Jörgen Persson
Jan-Ove Waldner
 China
Chen Longcan
Jiang Jialiang
Ma Wenge
Teng Yi
Yu Shentong
 North Korea
Chu Jong-Chol
Hong Sun
Kim Song-Hui
Li Gun-Sang
Yun Mun-Song
Women's team  China
Chen Jing
Chen Zihe
Hu Xiaoxin
Li Huifen
 South Korea
Hong Soon-Hwa
Hyun Jung-Hwa
Kim Young-Mi
Kwon Mi-Sook
 Hong Kong
Chai Po Wa
Chan Tan Lui
Hui So Hung
Mok Ka Sha

Individual

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles Jan-Ove Waldner Jörgen Persson Andrzej Grubba
Yu Shentong
Women's singles Qiao Hong Li Bun-Hui Hyun Jung-Hwa
Chen Jing
Men's doubles Steffen Fetzner
Jörg Roßkopf
Zoran Kalinić
Leszek Kucharski
Chen Longcan
Liu Wei
Hui Jun
Teng Yi
Women's doubles Deng Yaping
Qiao Hong
Chen Jing
Hu Xiaoxin
Gao Jun
Liu Wei
Ding Yaping
Li Jun
Mixed doubles Yoo Nam-Kyu
Hyun Jung-Hwa
Zoran Kalinić
Gordana Perkučin
Chen Longcan
Chen Jing
Chen Zhibin
Gao Jun

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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