1939 World Table Tennis Championships

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World Table Tennis Championships
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The 1939 World Table Tennis Championships were held in Cairo from March 6 to March 11, 1939.[1][2]

Only 11 men's teams and 5 women's teams entered the Championships. Hungary, the United States and Austria were the major nations missing.[3] Viktor Barna and Richard Bergmann played under the England flag for the first time.

Medalists[edit]

Team[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Swaythling Cup
Men's team
 Czechoslovakia
Miloslav Hamr
Rudolf Karlecek
Václav Tereba
Bohumil Váňa
 Yugoslavia
Žarko Dolinar
Tibor Harangozo
Adolf Herskovic
Ladislav Hexner
Max Marinko
 England
Ernest Bubley
Ken Hyde
Hyman Lurie
Ken Stanley
Arthur Wilmott
Corbillon Cup
Women's team
 Germany
Hilde Bussmann
Gertrude Pritzi
 Czechoslovakia
Vlasta Depetrisová
Marie Kettnerová
Věra Votrubcová
 Romania
Angelica Adelstein
Sári Kolozsvári

Individual[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Singles England Richard Bergmann Poland Alojzy Ehrlich Czechoslovakia Bohumil Váňa
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Žarko Dolinar
Women's singles Czechoslovakia Vlasta Depetrisová Nazi Germany Gertrude Pritzi Egypt Samiha Naili
Czechoslovakia Marie Kettnerová
Men's Doubles England Viktor Barna
England Richard Bergmann
Czechoslovakia Miloslav Hamr
Luxembourg Josef Tartakower
England Ken Hyde
England Hyman Lurie
France Raoul Bedoc
France Michel Haguenauer
Women's Doubles Nazi Germany Hilde Bussmann
Nazi Germany Gertrude Pritzi
Romania Angelica Adelstein
Romania Sári Kolozsvári
Czechoslovakia Vlasta Depetrisová
Czechoslovakia Věra Votrubcová
Czechoslovakia Marie Kettnerová
Egypt Samiha Naili
Mixed Doubles Czechoslovakia Bohumil Váňa
Czechoslovakia Věra Votrubcová
Czechoslovakia Václav Tereba
Czechoslovakia Marie Kettnerová
Egypt Marcel Geargoura
Nazi Germany Hilde Bussmann
Egypt Mansour Helmy
Nazi Germany Gertrude Pritzi

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. Archived from the original on 14 April 2017. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
  3. ^ "USA team - Abe Berenbaum". team USA.

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