1935 World Table Tennis Championships

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The 1935 World Table Tennis Championships were held at the Imperial Institute, South Kensington in London with the finals at the Wembley Sports Arena, from February 8 to February 16, 1935.[1][2]

The championships attracted 19 countries and the finals attendance was in excess of 8,000.[3]

Medalists[edit]

Team[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Swaythling Cup
Men's team
 Hungary
Viktor Barna
Laszlo Bellak
Tibor Házi
István Kelen
Miklós Szabados
 Czechoslovakia
Miloslav Hamr
Stanislav Kolář
Karel Svoboda
Viktor Tobiasch
Bohumil Váňa
 Austria
Erwin Kohn
Alfred Liebster
Karl Schediwy
Ferry Weiss
 Poland
Alojzy Ehrlich
Władysław Loewenhertz
Simon Pohoryles
Corbillon Cup
Women's team
 Czechoslovakia
Marie Kettnerová
Gertrude Kleinová
Marie Šmídová
 Hungary
Magda Gál
Mária Mednyánszky
Anna Sipos
 Germany
Hilde Bussmann
Anita Felguth
Astrid Krebsbach

Individual[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Singles Kingdom of Hungary Viktor Barna Kingdom of Hungary Miklós Szabados Poland Alojzy Ehrlich
Austria Erwin Kohn
Women's singles Czechoslovakia Marie Kettnerová Kingdom of Hungary Magda Gál France Marcelle Delacour
Czechoslovakia Marie Šmídová
Men's Doubles Kingdom of Hungary Viktor Barna
Kingdom of Hungary Miklós Szabados
England Adrian Haydon
Austria Alfred Liebster
Kingdom of Hungary Laszlo Bellak
Kingdom of Hungary István Kelen
France Raoul Bedoc
France Daniel Guérin
Women's Doubles Kingdom of Hungary Mária Mednyánszky
Kingdom of Hungary Anna Sipos
Czechoslovakia Marie Kettnerová
Czechoslovakia Marie Šmídová
Nazi Germany Anita Felguth
Nazi Germany Astrid Krebsbach
England Mrs L. Booker
Nazi Germany Hilde Bussmann
Mixed Doubles Kingdom of Hungary Viktor Barna
Kingdom of Hungary Anna Sipos
Czechoslovakia Stanislav Kolář
Czechoslovakia Marie Kettnerová
England Adrian Haydon
England Margaret Osborne
Kingdom of Hungary Miklós Szabados
Kingdom of Hungary Mária Mednyánszky

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Championships Results". ITTF Museum. Archived from the original on 2017-04-24. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
  2. ^ "ITTF Statistics". ittf.com. Retrieved 13 April 2017.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "An Ambition Achieved" (PDF). Table Tennis England.

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