Table tennis at the 1992 Summer Paralympics

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Table tennis
at the IX Paralympic Games
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Paralympic Table tennis
«1988 1996»
Table tennis at the 1992 Paralympics

Table tennis at the 1992 Summer Paralympics consisted of 30 events, 21 for men and 9 for women.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Open 1–5
details
 Guy Tisserant
France (FRA)
 Michael Dempsey
United States (USA)
 Franz Mandl
Austria (AUT)
 Daniel Hatton
France (FRA)
Open 6–10
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 Kimmo Jokinen
Finland (FIN)
 Michael Gerke
Germany (GER)
 Gilles de la Bourdonnaye
France (FRA)
 Enrique Agudo
Spain (ESP)
Singles 1
details
 Matti Launonen
Finland (FIN)
 Ralf Kirchhoff
Germany (GER)
 Hae Gon Lee
South Korea (KOR)
 Seong Hoon Kang
South Korea (KOR)
Singles 2
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 Rudolf Hajek
Austria (AUT)
 Jari Kurkinen
Finland (FIN)
 Bruno Hassler
Germany (GER)
 Kyung Mook Kim
South Korea (KOR)
Singles 3
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 Michel Peeters
France (FRA)
 Neil Robinson
Great Britain (GBR)
 Marcel Andrey
Switzerland (SUI)
 Zlatko Kesler
Independent Paralympic Participants (IPP)
Singles 4
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 Thomas Kreidel
Germany (GER)
 Bruno Benedetti
France (FRA)
 Tae Hyung Um
South Korea (KOR)
 Arnie Chan
Great Britain (GBR)
Singles 5
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 Kam Shing Kwong
Hong Kong (HKG)
 Guy Tisserant
France (FRA)
 So Boo Kim
South Korea (KOR)
 Manuel Robles
Spain (ESP)
Singles 6
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 Rainer Schmidt
Germany (GER)
 Brian Nielsen
Denmark (DEN)
 Peter Stromstedt
Sweden (SWE)
 Kai Lundsteen
Denmark (DEN)
Singles 7
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 Zeev Glikman
Israel (ISR)
 Thomas Kurfess
Germany (GER)
 Matheus Vossen
Netherlands (NED)
 Jochen Wollmert
Germany (GER)
Singles 8
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 Mitchell Seidenfeld
United States (USA)
 Kenichi Suzuki
Japan (JPN)
 Werner Maissenbacher
Germany (GER)
 Hiroshi Fujii
Japan (JPN)
Singles 9
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 Kimmo Jokinen
Finland (FIN)
 Manfred Knabe
Germany (GER)
 Rein Zijda
Netherlands (NED)
 Thierry Garofalo
France (FRA)
Singles 10
details
 Michael Gerke
Germany (GER)
 Gilles de la Bourdonnaye
France (FRA)
 Thomas Goeller
Austria (AUT)
 Enrique Agudo
Spain (ESP)
Teams 1
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 South Korea (KOR)
Hae Gon Lee
Seong Hoon Kang
 Switzerland (SUI)
Rolf Zumkehr
Hans Rosenast
 Germany (GER)
Dieter Essbach
Ralf Kirchhoff
Teams 2
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 Austria (AUT)
Gerhard Scharf
Rudolf Hajek
 South Korea (KOR)
Hyun Sang Park
Kyung Mook Kim
 Germany (GER)
Bruno Hassler
Helmut Sperling
 Finland (FIN)
Matti Launonen
Jari Kurkinen
Teams 3
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 Great Britain (GBR)
Phillip Evans
James Rawson
Neil Robinson
 Germany (GER)
Rainer Kolb
Werner Dorr
 France (FRA)
Daniel Hatton
Michel Peeters
 South Korea (KOR)
Ki Hoon Kim
Young Soo Kim
Jong Dae An
Teams 4
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 Hong Kong (HKG)
Yin Biu Wong
Sum Tak Ho
 Sweden (SWE)
Jan-Krister Gustavsson
Joergen Johansson
 Germany (GER)
Gunter Altenburg
Winfried Huhn
 Belgium (BEL)
Robert Lorent
Dimitri Ghion
Teams 5
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 Germany (GER)
Thomas Kreidel
Karl-Heinz Weber
 South Korea (KOR)
Choon Bae Jang
So Boo Kim
Tae Hyung Um
 Hong Kong (HKG)
Kam Shing Kwong
Sui Lam Ip
 Austria (AUT)
Manfred Dollmann
Leo Hochrathner
Franz Mandl
Salvatore Smarrazzo
Teams 6
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 Denmark (DEN)
Brian Nielsen
Kai Lundsteen
 Germany (GER)
Winfried Stelzner
Rainer Schmidt
 Sweden (SWE)
Mattias Karlsson
Peter Stromstedt
Teams 8
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 Japan (JPN)
Kenichi Suzuki
Hiroshi Fujii
 Sweden (SWE)
Peter Huglow
Mikael Vestling
Thomas Larsson
 Germany (GER)
Jochen Wollmert
Florian Lechner
Rainer Schmidt
Werner Maissenbacher
 Great Britain (GBR)
David Young
David Hope
Teams 9
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 Japan (JPN)
Tatsuya Minami
Shuzo Saiki
 Italy (ITA)
Eberhard Walzl
Andrea Furlan
 Germany (GER)
Wolfgang Horsch
Dieter Tollwerth
Manfred Knabe
Thomas Kurfess
 France (FRA)
Thierry Garofalo
Alain Pichon
Teams 10
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 Germany (GER)
Michael Gerke
Marcus Vahle
C. Windecker
 France (FRA)
Claude Chedeau
Gilles de la Bourdonnaye
Philippe Roine
 Denmark (DEN)
Frands Havaleschka
Jes Jacob
Torben Pehrsson
 United States (USA)
Marcelino Monasterial
Mitchell Seidenfeld

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Open 1–5
details
 Christiane Weninger
Germany (GER)
 Maria Nardelli
Italy (ITA)
 Terese Terranova
United States (USA)
 Yuet Wah Fung
Hong Kong (HKG)
Open 6–10
details
 Ingrid Borre
Belgium (BEL)
 Xiao Zhang
China (CHN)
 Yi Yang
China (CHN)
 Michiyo Nuruki
Japan (JPN)
Singles 3
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 Jolanda Paardekam
Netherlands (NED)
 Monika Bartheidel
Germany (GER)
 Ruth Lamsbach
Germany (GER)
 Ilona Sasvarine
Hungary (HUN)
Singles 4
details
 Monika Sikora
Germany (GER)
 Christiane Weninger
Germany (GER)
 Gabriele Kirchmair
Austria (AUT)
 Susanne Witschnig
Austria (AUT)
Singles 5
details
 Gisela Roosen
Germany (GER)
 Rosa Zaugg
Switzerland (SUI)
 Yuet Wah Fung
Hong Kong (HKG)
 Maria Nardelli
Italy (ITA)
Singles 9
details
 Xiao Zhang
China (CHN)
 Yi Yang
China (CHN)
 Michiyo Nuruki
Japan (JPN)
 Ingrid Borre
Belgium (BEL)
Teams 3
details
 Germany (GER)
Monika Bartheidel
Ruth Lamsbach
 Hungary (HUN)
Ilona Sasvarine
Judit Pusztafine
 Ireland (IRL)
Esther Stynes
Siobhan Callanan
Teams 5
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 Hong Kong (HKG)
Yuet Wah Fung
Pui Yi Wong
 Germany (GER)
Christiane Weninger
Monika Sikora
Gisela Pohle
Gisela Roosen
 Italy (ITA)
Maria Nardelli
Christina Ploner
Patrizia Sacca
 Austria (AUT)
Gabriele Kirchmair
Susanne Witschnig
Teams 10
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 China (CHN)
Xiao Zhang
Yi Yang
 France (FRA)
Martine Thierry
Michelle Sevin
Claire Odeide
Bernadette Darvand
 Netherlands (NED)
Patrizia Meeus
Diane Hendriks
I. Hoek-Heppenhuis
 Germany (GER)
Christa Gebhardt
U. Lindgens-Strach

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