Mai Văn Hòa

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Mai Van Hoa
Full name MAI Van Hoa (VI
Nationality South Vietnam

Mai Văn Hòa (Hanoi, 1 June 1927 - Saigon, 14 May 1971) was a male table tennis player from South Vietnam.[1]

From 1953 to 1957 he won several medals in singles, doubles, and team events in the Asian Table Tennis Championships and in the World Table Tennis Championships.[2]

Results from the ITTF database[edit]

[3]

VAssoc. Competition Year Location Country Singles Doubles Mixed Team
VIE R. Asian Championship TTFA 1957 Manila PHI Gold 1
VIE R. Asian Championship TTFA 1954 Singapur SIN Gold Silver
VIE R. Asian Championship TTFA 1953 Tokyo JPN Gold Gold 2
VIE R. Asian Games 1958 Tokyo JPN Gold 1
VIE R. World Championship 1959 Dortmund FRG Rd of 16 Rd of 128 dnp 3
VIE R. World Championship 1957 Stockholm SWE Rd of 32 Rd of 64 Scratched 5
VIE R. World Championship 1956 Tokyo JPN Rd of 32 Rd of 64 dnp 7
VIE R. World Championship 1955 Utrecht NED Rd of 64 Rd of 128 dnp 9
VIE R. World Championship 1952 Bombay IND Rd of 16 Rd of 32 dnp 5
VIE R. World Championship 1951 Wien AUT Rd of 64 Rd of 16 dnp 7
FRA World Championship 1950 Budapest HUN Rd of 64 Rd of 32 dnp

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Trọng Minh -Vẻ vang dân Việt 1991 - - Volume 2 - Page 553 "His younger brother, Mai van Hoa, was an Asian champion in table tennis in successive years of the '50s. and champion of Asian Olympic in 1958 at Tokyo. He later died in an accident in Saigon on May 14, 1971. Mr. Mai van Chat married ...
  2. ^ http://www.ittf.com/ittf_stats/All_events3.asp?ID=4444
  3. ^ ITTF Results from the ITTF database