Table Tennis European Championships

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The European Table Tennis Championships is a table tennis competition for Europe, held by European Table Tennis Union. It was first held in 1958. Between 1958 and 2002, the European Championships were held every two years in the even years. From 2003 to 2007 they were held in odd years. Since 2008, the tournament has been held annually. The tournament includes six competitions, namely, Men's singles, doubles and team, Women's singles, doubles and team. Since 2012, The Individual Championships has been held every year. The Championships with Team and Individual Events will have been held biannually in odd-numbered years as of 2013.[1]

Since 2009, an annual European Mixed Doubles Championships has been held separately from the other competitions.[2]

European Championships – Results (2008 – Present)[edit]

Year City Team Singles Doubles
Men's Women’s Men's Women’s Men's Women’s
2013 (details) Schwechat  Germany  Germany Germany D. Ovtcharov Sweden Li Fen Poland Z. Wang

Croatia T. Raiwu

Germany P. Solja

Germany S. Winter

2012 (details) Herning Not held Germany T. Boll Belarus V. Pavlovich Austria R. Gardos

Austria D. Habesohn

Romania D. Dodean

Romania E. Samara

2011 (details) GdańskSopot  Germany  Netherlands Germany T. Boll Netherlands Li Jiao Portugal M. Freitas

Croatia A. Gacina

Lithuania R. Paškauskienė

Russia O. Fadeeva

2010 (details) Ostrava  Germany  Netherlands Germany T. Boll Belarus V. Pavlovich Germany T. Boll

Germany C. Süß

Lithuania R. Paškauskienė

Russia O. Fadeeva

2009 (details) Stuttgart  Germany  Netherlands Denmark M. Maze Germany J. Wu Germany T. Boll

Germany C. Süß

Romania E. Samara

Romania D. Dodean

2008 (details) St. Petersburg  Germany  Netherlands Germany T. Boll Lithuania R. Paškauskienė Germany T. Boll

Germany C. Süß

Hungary K. Toth

Hungary G. Pota

European Championships – Results (1958–2007)[edit]

Year City Team Singles Doubles
Men's Women’s Men's Women’s Men's Women’s Mixed
2007 Belgrade  Germany  Hungary Germany T. Boll Netherlands Li Jiao Germany T. Boll

Germany C. Süß

Belarus V. Pavlovich

Russia S. Ganina

Serbia A. Karakašević

Lithuania R. Paškauskienė

2005 Aarhus  Denmark  Romania Belarus V. Samsonov Austria Liu Jia Austria W. Schlager

Austria K. Jindrak

Croatia T. Boros

Romania M. Steff

Serbia and Montenegro A. Karakašević

Lithuania R. Paškauskienė

2003 Courmayeur  Belarus  Italy Belarus V. Samsonov Romania O. Badescu Austria Weixing Chen

Belarus E. Chtchetinine

Croatia T. Boros

Romania M. Steff

Austria W. Schlager

Hungary K. Toth

2002 Zagreb  Sweden  Romania Germany T. Boll Luxembourg Xia Lian Ni Germany Z. Fejer-Konnerth

Germany T. Boll

Croatia T. Boros

Romania M. Steff

Poland L. Blaszczyk

Luxembourg Xia Lian Ni

2000 Bremen  Sweden  Hungary Sweden P. Karlsson Germany Q. Gotsch France P. Chila

France J.P. Gatien

Hungary C. Batorfi

Hungary K. Toth

Serbia and Montenegro A. Karakašević

Lithuania R. Paškauskienė

1998 Eindhoven  France  Germany Belarus V. Samsonov Luxembourg Xia Lian Ni Belarus V. Samsonov

Germany J. Rosskopf

Germany N. Struse

Germany E. Schall

Serbia and Montenegro I. Lupulesku

Romania O. Badescu

1996 Bratislava  Sweden  Germany Sweden J.O. Waldner Germany N. Struse Sweden J.O. Waldner

Sweden J. Persson

Germany N. Struse

Germany E. Schall

Belarus V. Samsonov

Hungary K. Toth

1994 Birmingham  France  Russia Belgium J.M. Saive Sweden M. Svensson Greece K. Kreanga

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Z. Kalinic

Hungary C. Batorfi

Hungary K. Toth

Croatia Z. Primorac

Hungary C. Batorfi

1992 Stuttgart  Sweden  Romania Germany J. Rosskopf Netherlands B. Vriesekoop Sweden J. Persson

Sweden E. Lindh

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia J. Fazlic

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G. Perkucin

Greece K. Kreanga

Romania O. Badescu

1990 Gothenburg  Sweden  Hungary Sweden M. Appelgren Bulgaria D. Guergueltcheva Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia I. Lupulesku

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Z. Primorac

Hungary C. Batorfi

Hungary G. Wirth

France J.P. Gatien

France Xiaomin Wang

1988 Paris  Sweden  Soviet Union Sweden M. Appelgren Soviet Union F. Bulatova Sweden M. Appelgren

Sweden J.O. Waldner

Hungary C. Batorfi

Hungary E. Urban

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia I. Lupulesku

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia J. Fazlic

1986 Prague  Sweden  Hungary Sweden J. Persson Hungary C. Batorfi Sweden E. Lindh

Sweden J.O. Waldner

Soviet Union F. Bulatova

Soviet Union E. Kovtun

Czechoslovakia J. Pansky

Czechoslovakia M. Hrachova

1984 Moscow  France  Soviet Union Sweden U. Bengtsson Soviet Union V. Popova Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Z. Kalinic

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia D. Surbek

Soviet Union N. Antonian

Soviet Union V. Popova

France J. Secrétin

Soviet Union V. Popova

1982 Budapest  Hungary  Hungary Sweden M. Appelgren Netherlands B. Vriesekoop Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Z. Kalinic

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia D. Surbek

Soviet Union F. Bulatova

Soviet Union I. Kovalenko

Poland A. Grubba

Netherlands B. Vriesekoop

1980 Bern  Sweden  Soviet Union England J. Hilton Soviet Union V. Popova France J. Secrétin

France P. Birocheau

Soviet Union V. Popova

Soviet Union S. Antonian

Czechoslovakia M. Orlowski

Czechoslovakia I. Uhlikova

1978 Duisburg  Hungary  Hungary Hungary G. Gergely Hungary J. Magos Czechoslovakia M. Orlowski

Hungary G. Gergely

Romania M. Alexandru

Romania S. Mihut

West Germany W. Lieck

West Germany W. Hendriksen

1976 Prague  Yugoslavia  Soviet Union France J. Secrétin England J. Hammersley Sweden S. Bengtsson

Sweden K. Johansson

England J. Hammersley

England L. Howard

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia A. Stipancic

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia E. Palatinus

1974 Novi Sad  Sweden  Soviet Union Czechoslovakia M. Orlowski Hungary J. Magos Hungary I. Jonyer

Hungary T. Klampar

Hungary J. Magos

Hungary H. Lotaller

Soviet Union S. Gomozkov

Soviet Union Z. Rudnova

1972 Rotterdam  Sweden  Hungary Sweden S. Bengtsson Soviet Union Z. Rudnova Hungary I. Jonyer

Hungary R. Rozsas

Hungary J. Magos

Hungary H. Lotaller

Soviet Union S. Gomozkov

Soviet Union Z. Rudnova

1970 Moscow  Sweden  Soviet Union Sweden H. Alser Soviet Union Z. Rudnova Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia D. Surbek

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia A. Stipancic

Soviet Union Z. Rudnova

Soviet Union S.Grinberg

Soviet Union S. Gomozkov

Soviet Union Z. Rudnova

1968 Lyon  Sweden  West Germany Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia D. Surbek Czechoslovakia I. Vostova Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia A. Stipancic

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia E. Vecko

Czechoslovakia M. Luzova

Czechoslovakia J. Karlikova

Soviet Union S. Gomozkov

Soviet Union Z. Rudnova

1966 London  Sweden  Hungary Sweden K. Johansson Romania M. Alexandru Sweden H. Alser

Sweden K. Johansson

Hungary E. Koczian

Hungary E. Jurik

Czechoslovakia V. Miko

Czechoslovakia M. Luzova

1964 Malmö  Sweden  England Sweden K. Johansson Hungary E. Koczian Czechoslovakia J. Stanek

Czechoslovakia V. Miko

England M. Shannon

England D. Rowe

Hungary P. Rozsas

Hungary S. Lukacs

1962 Berlin  Yugoslavia  West Germany Sweden H. Alser West Germany A. Simon Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia V. Markovic

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia J. Teran

England M. Shannon

England D. Rowe

Sweden H. Alser

West Germany I. Harst

1960 Zagreb  Hungary  Hungary Hungary Z. Berczik Hungary E. Koczian Hungary Z. Berczik

Hungary F. Sido

Romania A. Rozeanu

Romania M. Alexandru

Romania G. Cobirzan

Romania M. Alexandru

1958 Budapest  Hungary  England Hungary Z. Berczik Hungary E. Koczian Czechoslovakia L. Stipek

Czechoslovakia L. Vyhnanovsky

Romania A. Rozeanu

Romania E. Zeller

Hungary Z. Berczik

Hungary G. Lantos

European Mixed Doubles Championships – Results (2009 – Present)[edit]

Year City Doubles
Gold
2013 Buzău Czech Republic As. Gavlas

Czech Republic R. Štrbiková

2012 Buzău Romania M.A. Filimon

Romania E. Samara

2011 Istanbul Romania M.A. Filimon

Romania E. Samara

2010 Subotica Turkey Vang Bora

Turkey He Sirin

2009 Subotica Serbia A. Karakašević

Lithuania R. Paškauskienė

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "European Championships". ETTU. Retrieved 22 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "European Mixed Doubles Championships". ETTU. Retrieved 22 October 2012. 

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