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Kim Moo-kyo

Kim Moo-kyo
Medal record
Women's table tennis
Competitor for  South Korea
Olympic Games
Bronze 2000 Sydney Doubles
World Championships
Silver 1995 Tianjin Team
Silver 2001 Osaka Mixed doubles
Bronze 1993 Gothenburg Team
Bronze 1999 Eindhoven Doubles
Bronze 2000 Kuala Lumpur Team
Bronze 2001 Osaka Team

Kim Moo-Kyo (Hangul: 김무교, Hanja: 金戊校) (born August 27, 1975 in Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea) is a former female table tennis player from South Korea.

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