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2006 World Team Table Tennis Championships

2006 World Team Table Tennis Championships
Tournament details
Venue AWD-Dome
Location Bremen

The 2006 Liebherr World Team Table Tennis Championships was held in the AWD-Dome of Bremen, Germany from April 24 to May 1, 2006. It is the 48th edition to be contested.

Medal summary

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 2 0 0 2
2  Hong Kong 0 1 1 2
3  South Korea 0 1 0 1
4  Germany 0 0 1 1
 Belarus 0 0 1 1
 Japan 0 0 1 1
Total 2 2 4 8

Events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team
 China
Wang Liqin
Ma Lin
Wang Hao
Chen Qi
Ma Long
 South Korea
Joo Se-Hyuk
Ryu Seung-Min
Oh Sang-Eun
Lee Jung-Woo
Lim Jae-Hyun
 Hong Kong
Cheung Yuk
Ko Lai Chak
Leung Chu Yan
Li Ching
Tse Ka Chun
 Germany
Timo Boll
Zoltan Fejer-Konnerth
Jörg Roßkopf
Bastian Steger
Christian Süß
Women's team
 China
Zhang Yining
Guo Yue
Guo Yan
Wang Nan
Li Xiaoxia
 Hong Kong
Lau Sui-fei
Lin Ling
Zhang Rui
Tie Ya Na
Yu Kwok See
 Belarus
Tatsiana Kostromina
Veronika Pavlovich
Viktoria Pavlovich
Alexandra Privalova
 Japan
Ai Fujinuma
Ai Fukuhara
Sayaka Hirano
Haruna Fukuoka
Saki Kanazawa

Results

Men's team

Final

1 May 2006
15:00
Report
(PDF)
China 3–0  South Korea AWD-Dome, Bremen
Score by game:
Wang Hao 3–0 Oh Sang-Eun
Wang Liqin 3–2 Ryu Seung-Min
Ma Lin 3–0 Lee Jung-Woo

Place 1–12 bracket

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
      China 3  
  Belgium 1       France 0  
  France 3         China 3  
  Russia 3         Germany 1  
  Sweden 1       Russia 0
      Germany 3  
      China 3
      South Korea 0
      Hong Kong 3  
  Greece 1       Austria 1  
  Austria 3         Hong Kong 0
  Romania 1         South Korea 3     Third Place
  Czech Republic 3       Czech Republic 0     Germany X
      South Korea 3       Hong Kong X
 
Position 9–12   Position 5–8
  Belgium 0     Sweden 2     France 0     Russia 1
  Sweden 3       Romania 3     Russia 3       Czech Republic 3
  Greece 1     Belgium 2     Austria 2     France 3
  Romania 3       Greece 3     Czech Republic 3       Austria 2

Women's team

Final

30 April 2006
16:00
Report
(PDF)
China 3–1  Hong Kong AWD-Dome, Bremen
Score by game:
Zhang Yining 3–0 Lin Ling
Guo Yue 1–3 Tie Yana
Wang Nan 3–2 Lau Sui-fei
Zhang Yining 3–0 Tie Yana

Place 1–12 bracket

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
      China 3  
  Singapore 2       North Korea 0  
  North Korea 3         China 3  
  Belarus 3         Belarus 0  
  Czech Republic 1       Belarus 3
      South Korea 1  
      China 3
      Hong Kong 1
      Japan 3  
  Hungary 3       Hungary 1  
  Croatia 2         Japan 2
  Austria 3         Hong Kong 3     Third Place
  Germany 1       Austria 1     Belarus X
      Hong Kong 3       Japan X
 
Position 9–12   Position 5–8
  Singapore 3     Singapore 3     North Korea 1     South Korea 3
  Czech Republic 0       Croatia 2     South Korea 3       Hungary 1
  Croatia 3     Czech Republic 1     Hungary 3     North Korea 3
  Germany 1       Germany 3     Austria 1       Austria 1

References

  • ITTF website
  • ITTF Statistics
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