1938 World Table Tennis Championships

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The 1938 World Table Tennis Championships were held in London from January 24 to January 29, 1938.[1][2] The pool stages were held at the Royal Albert Hall with the finals at the Wembley Empire Pool and Sports Arena.[3]

Medalists[edit]

Team[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Swaythling Cup
Men's team
 Hungary
Viktor Barna
Laszlo Bellak
Ernő Földi
Tibor Házi
Ferenc Soos
 Austria
Richard Bergmann
Helmut Goebel
Erich Kaspar
Alfred Liebster
Karl Schediwy
 United States
Bernard Grimes
George Hendry
James McClure
Lou Pagliaro
Sol Schiff
 Czechoslovakia
Miloslav Hamr
Stanislav Kolář
Adolf Šlár
Václav Tereba
Bohumil Váňa
Corbillon Cup
Women's team
 Czechoslovakia
Vlasta Depetrisová
Jindriska Holubkova
Marie Kettnerová
Věra Votrubcová
 England
Dora Emdin
Phyllis Hodgkinson
Doris Jordan
Margaret Osborne
 Austria
Zita Lemo
Gertrude Pritzi

Individual[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Singles Czechoslovakia Bohumil Váňa Austria Richard Bergmann Kingdom of Hungary Viktor Barna
Kingdom of Hungary Tibor Házi
Women's singles Austria Gertrude Pritzi Czechoslovakia Vlasta Depetrisová Czechoslovakia Věra Votrubcová
United States Betty Henry
Men's Doubles United States James McClure
United States Sol Schiff
Kingdom of Hungary Viktor Barna
Kingdom of Hungary Laszlo Bellak
Czechoslovakia Stanislav Kolář
Czechoslovakia Václav Tereba
England Eric Filby
England Hyman Lurie
Women's Doubles Czechoslovakia Vlasta Depetrisová
Czechoslovakia Věra Votrubcová
Kingdom of Hungary Dora Beregi
Kingdom of Hungary Ida Ferenczy
England Phyllis Hodgkinson
England Doris Jordan
England Dora Emdin
England Margaret Osborne
Mixed Doubles Kingdom of Hungary Laszlo Bellak
England Wendy Woodhead
Czechoslovakia Bohumil Váňa
Czechoslovakia Věra Votrubcová
Austria Alfred Liebster
Austria Gertrude Pritzi
Czechoslovakia Václav Tereba
Czechoslovakia Marie Kettnerová

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. 
  3. ^ "Former England Captain Miles passes away". Table Tennis England. 

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