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1991 World Table Tennis Championships

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1991 World Table Tennis Championships

The 1991 World Table Tennis Championships were held in Chiba from April 24 to May 6, 1991.[1][2]

Contents

  • Results 1
    • Team 1.1
    • Individual 1.2
  • Unified team of Korea 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Results

Team

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team  Sweden
Mikael Appelgren
Peter Karlsson
Erik Lindh
Jörgen Persson
Jan-Ove Waldner
 Yugoslavia
Zoran Kalinić
Ilija Lupulesku
Zoran Primorac
Robert Smrekar
 Czechoslovakia
Milan Grmanl
Tomas Janci
Petr Javurek
Petr Korbel
Roland Vimi
Women's team  Korea
Hong Cha-Ok
Hyun Jung-Hwa
Li Bun-Hui
Yu Sun-Bok
 China
Chen Zihe
Deng Yaping
Gao Jun
Qiao Hong
 France
Emmanuelle Coubat
Sandrine Derrien
Xiaoming Drechou
Agnes Le Lannic

Individual

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles Jörgen Persson Jan-Ove Waldner Kim Taek-Soo
Ma Wenge
Women's singles Deng Yaping Li Bun-Hui Chan Tan Lui
Qiao Hong
Men's doubles Peter Karlsson
Thomas von Scheele
Lü Lin
Wang Tao
Erik Lindh
Jörgen Persson
Andrei Mazunov
Dmitry Mazunov
Women's doubles Chen Zihe
Gao Jun
Deng Yaping
Qiao Hong
Ding Yaping
Li Jun
Hu Xiaoxin
Liu Wei
Mixed doubles Wang Tao
Liu Wei
Xie Chaojie
Chen Zihe
Kim Song-Hui
Li Bun-Hui
Kalinikos Kreanga
Otilia Badescu

Unified team of Korea

Two Koreas discussed the unified football and table tennis teams. On February 1991, they agreed the creation of the unified table tennis team at the 1991 World Table Tennis Championships. It was the first unified team of Korea since its division.[3]

The team used "Korea" (Korean hangul: 코리아, McCune–Reischauer: K'oria, Revised Romanization: Koria from its English name. See Names of Korea) as the country name avoiding Hanguk (한국) or Chosŏn (조선). It also used the Korean Unification Flag as the national flag and Arirang as the national anthem.[4] The team won the women's team and it caused a big sensation in Korea.

A South Korean movie Korea (코리아) ("As one") was released on May 3, 2012 and describes the story of women's team. Hyun Jung-Hwa was portrayed by Ha Ji-won and Li Bun-Hui by Bae Doona.[3][5]

References

  1. ^ "World Championships Results". ITTF Museum. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "ITTF Statistics". ittf.com. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  3. ^ a b 사상 최초 남북 단일팀의 통일의 기적 <코리아>, the official blog of the Ministry of Unification, South Korea
  4. ^ 탁구 남북 단일팀 우승 20주년..감동 다시 한번! 2011-12-11, Yonhap News TV
  5. ^ 코리아 - Daum 영화 (from Daum's movie portal)

External links

  • ITTF Museum
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