Asian Table Tennis Championships

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The Asian Table Tennis Championships is a biennial table tennis tournament regarded as continental championships by International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF). From 1952 to 1972, the tournament was organized by the Table Tennis Federation of Asia (TTFA). The Asian Table Tennis Union (ATTU) started its own Asian Championships due to split between national table tennis associations in Asia.

Winners of ATTU Asian Championships (1972 - Now)[edit]

For more details on medalists, see List of Asian Table Tennis Championships medalists.
Year Team Singles Doubles
Men's Women's Men's Women's Men's Women's Mixed
2013
Busan
 China  China China Ma Long China Liu Shiwen China Yan An
China Zhou Yu
China Chen Meng
China Zhu Yuling
South Korea Lee Sang-Su
South Korea Park Young-Sook
2012 [a]
Macau
 China  China China Ma Long China Guo Yan Singapore Gao Ning
Singapore Yang Zi
China Ding Ning
China Guo Yan
China Xu Xin
China Guo Yan
2009
Lucknow
 China  China China Ma Long China Ding Ning China Ma Long
China Xu Xin
China Li Xiaoxia
China Ding Ning
China Ma Long
China Li Xiaoxia
2007
Yangzhou
 China  China China Wang Hao China Zhang Yining China Hao Shuai
China Ma Long
China Guo Yue
China Li Xiaoxia
South Korea Oh Sang-Eun
South Korea Kwak Bang-Bang
2005
Jeju-do
 China  Hong Kong China Wang Liqin Hong Kong Lin Ling Hong Kong Ko Lai Chak
Hong Kong Li Ching
China Guo Yan
China Liu Shiwen
China Wang Liqin
China Guo Yue
2003
Bangkok
 China  China China Wang Hao China Niu Jianfeng Hong Kong Ko Lai Chak
Hong Kong Li Ching
China Guo Yan
China Li Nan
China Liu Guozheng
China Li Nan
2000
Doha
 China  China Chinese Taipei Chiang Peng-lung China Lin Ling Chinese Taipei Chang Yen-shu
Chinese Taipei Chiang Peng-lung
South Korea Lee Eun-Sil
South Korea Seok Eun-Mi
China Yan Sen
China Yang Ying
1998
Osaka
 China  China China Wang Liqin China Li Ju China Liu Guoliang
China Ma Lin
South Korea Lee Eun-Sil
South Korea Ryu Ji-Hae
China Wang Liqin
China Wang Nan
1996
Kallang
 South Korea  China China Kong Linghui Japan Chire Koyama China Kong Linghui
China Liu Guoliang
China Li Ju
China Wang Nan
China Ma Lin
China Wu Na
1994
Tianjin
 China  China China Kong Linghui China Deng Yaping China Lin Zhigang
China Liu Guoliang
China Liu Wei
China Qiao Yunping
China Kong Linghui
China Deng Yaping
1992
New Delhi
 China  Hong Kong China Xie Chaojie China Tang Weiyi South Korea Kang Hee-Chan
South Korea Lee Chul-Seung
China Tang Weiyi
China Ying Ronghui
China Liu Guoliang
China Wu Na
1990
Kuala Lumpur
 China  South Korea China Wang Tao China Qiao Hong North Korea Kim Guk-Chol
North Korea Kim Song-Hui
China Hu Xiaoxin
China Qiao Hong
South Korea Yoo Nam-Kyu
South Korea Hyun Jung-Hwa
1988
Niigata
 China  South Korea China Chen Longcan China He Zhili China Chen Longcan
China Wei Qingguang
South Korea Hyun Jung-Hwa
South Korea Yang Young-Ja
South Korea Yoo Nam-Kyu
South Korea Hyun Jung-Hwa
1986
Shenzhen
 China  China China Jiang Jialiang China He Zhili China Hui Jun
China Teng Yi
China Dai Lili
China He Zhili
China Hui Jun
China Geng Lijuan
1984
Islamabad
 China  China China Xie Saike China He Zhili China Teng Yi
China Xie Saike
China Dai Lili
China Geng Lijuan
China Xie Saike
China Dai Lili
1982
Jakarta
 China  China China Cai Zhenhua China Cao Yanhua China Guo Yuehua
China Xie Saike
China Cao Yanhua
China Huang Junqun
China Jiang Jialiang
China Tong Ling
1980
Calcutta
 China  China China Shi Zhihao China Qi Baoxiang China Guo Yuehua
China Xie Saike
China Liu Yang
China Zhang Deying
China Xie Saike
China Zhang Deying
1978
Kuala Lumpur
 China  China China Guo Yuehua China Cao Yanhua North Korea Cho Yong-Ho
North Korea Yun Chol
North Korea Kim Chang-Ae
North Korea Pak Yong-Ok
Japan Seiji Ono
Japan Kayo Sugaya
1976
Pyongyang
 China  North Korea China Liang Geliang China Zhang Li Japan Tetsuo Inoue
Japan Mitsuru Kohno
North Korea Kim Chang-Ae
North Korea Pak Yung-Sun
Japan Tetsuo Inoue
Japan Mitsuko Shimamoto
1974
Yokohama
 China  Japan Japan Nobuhiko Hasegawa Japan Tomie Edano Japan Nobuhiko Hasegawa
Japan Mitsuru Kohno
China Zheng Huaiying
China Zhang Li
Japan Mitsuru Kohno
Japan Tomie Edano
1972
Beijing
 Japan  China Japan Nobuhiko Hasegawa China Li Li Japan Tetsuo Inoue
Japan Mitsuru Kohno
North Korea Kim Chang-Ae
North Korea O Yong-Suk
Japan Nobuhiko Hasegawa
Japan Yasuko Konno
a.^ The 20th ATTU Asian Championships was scheduled in Beirut, Lebanon. From September 12 to 18, 2011. Due to security deterioration in the region, the tournament is postponed.[1] It was later announced to be held in Macau from February 23 to March 1 in 2012.[2]

Winners of TTFA Asian Championships (1952 - 1970)[edit]

For more details on medalists, see List of Asian Table Tennis Championships medalists.
Year Team Singles Doubles
Men's Women's Men's Women's Men's Women's Mixed
1970
Nagoya
 Japan  South Korea Japan Nobuhiko Hasegawa Japan Toshiko Kowada Japan Nobuhiko Hasegawa
Japan Shigeo Itoh
Japan Setsuko Kobori
Japan Yukiko Onuma
Japan Nobuhiko Hasegawa
Japan Toshiko Kowada
1968
Jakarta
 Japan  South Korea Japan Mitsuru Kohno Japan Yukie Ohzeki Japan Nobuhiko Hasegawa
Japan Tokio Tasaka
Japan Mieko Fukuno
Japan Yukie Ohzeki
Japan Shigeo Itoh (M)
Japan Mitsuru Kohno (M)
Japan Mieko Fukuno (F)
1967
Singapore
 Japan  Japan Japan Nobuhiko Hasegawa South Korea Yoon Ki-Sook Japan Shigeo Itoh
Japan Mitsuru Kohno
Japan Saeko Hirota
Japan Sachiko Morisawa
Japan Tetsuo Inoue
Japan Mieko Hirano
1964
Seoul
 Japan  Japan Japan Koji Kimura Japan Masako Seki Japan Koji Kimura
Japan Ken Konaka
Japan Naoko Fukazu
Japan Masako Seki
Japan Ken Konaka
Japan Naoko Fukazu
1963
Manila
 Japan  Japan Japan Hiroshi Takahashi Japan Kimiyo Matsuzaki Japan Manji Fukushima
Japan Hiroshi Takahashi
Japan Kimiyo Matsuzaki
Japan Masako Seki
Japan Manji Fukushima
Japan Kazuko Ito-Yamaizumi
1960
Bombay
 Japan  Japan Japan Ichiro Ogimura Japan Kazuko Ito-Yamaizumi Japan Teruo Murakami
Japan Ichiro Ogimura
Japan Kazuko Ito-Yamaizumi
Japan Kimiyo Matsuzaki
Japan Ichiro Ogimura
Japan Kimiyo Matsuzaki
1957
Manila
 South Vietnam  Republic of China Hong Kong Lau Sek Fong South Korea Choi Kyong Ja South Vietnam Mai Van Hoa
South Vietnam Tran Canh Duoc
Taiwan Chen Pao-Poe
Taiwan Shei Chang Chai-Wung
Hong Kong Suh Sui Cho
Hong Kong Bao Guio Wong Bik Yiu
1954
Singapore
 Hong Kong  Hong Kong South Vietnam Mai Van Hoa Hong Kong Bao Guio Wong Bik Yiu Singapore Loh Heng Chew
Singapore Poon Weng Hoe
Hong Kong Bao Guio Wong Bik Yiu
Hong Kong Lau Wai Lim
South Korea Rhee Kyong-Ho
South Korea Wie Sang-Sook
1953
Tokyo
 Japan  Japan South Vietnam Mai Van Hoa Taiwan Chen Pao-Poe South Vietnam Mai Van Hoa
South Vietnam Tran Canh Duoc
Japan Reiko Ishihara
Japan Tomie Nishimura
Japan Kichii Tamasu
Japan Yoshiko Tanaka
1952
Singapore
 Hong Kong  Hong Kong
 Macau
Hong Kong Suh Sui Cho India Gool Nasikwala Hong Kong Fu Chi Fong
Hong Kong Suh Sui Cho
India Gool Nasikwala
Japan Yoshiko Tanaka
India Kalyanpur Jayant
India Gool Nasikwala

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "20th Asian Table Tennis Championships Postponed". ATTU. 22 August 2011. 
  2. ^ "20th Asian Championships 2012 Date and Location Sealed". ATTU. 9 October 2011. Retrieved 28 October 2011.