2018 World Junior Table Tennis Championships

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2018 World Junior Table Tennis Championships
Tournament details
Dates2–9 December 2018
Edition16th
VenueBendigo Stadium
LocationBendigo, Australia
2017 2019

The 2018 World Junior Table Tennis Championships were held in Bendigo, Australia from 2 to 9 December, 2018.[1]

China completed a clean sweep of gold medals in all seven events, with Xu Haidong winning the boys' singles title and Qian Tianyi securing victory in the girls' singles.[2]

Medal summary[edit]

Events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys' singles  China
Xu Haidong
 Japan
Yukiya Uda
 China
Xiang Peng
 Romania
Cristian Pletea
Girls' singles  China
Qian Tianyi
 China
Shi Xunyao
 Chinese Taipei
Su Pei-Ling
 Japan
Yumeno Soma
Boys' doubles  China
Xu Haidong
Xiang Peng
 Russia
Maksim Grebnev
Lev Katsman
 France
Irvin Bertrand
Leo de Nodrest
 Chinese Taipei
Feng Yi-hsin
Li Hsin-yang
Girls' doubles  China
Huang Fanzhen
Shi Xunyao
 Japan
Miyuu Kihara
Yumeno Soma
 China
Guo Yuhan
Qian Tianyi
 Japan
Satsuki Odo
Miyu Nagasaki
Mixed doubles  China
Xu Yingbin
Shi Xunyao
 China
Yu Heyi
Qian Tianyi
 China
Xu Haidong
Guo Yuhan
 Chinese Taipei
Feng Yi-hsin
Su Pei-Ling
Boys' team  China
Xu Haidong
Xiang Peng
Xu Yingbin
Yu Heyi
 Japan
Shunsuke Togami
Yuta Tanaka
Yukiya Uda
Kakeru Sone
 Chinese Taipei
Feng Yi-hsin
Li Hsin-yang
Lin Yung-chih
Tai Ming-wei
 France
Lilian Bardet
Irvin Bertrand
Leo de Nodrest
Bastien Rembert
Girls' team  China
Guo Yuhan
Huang Fanzhen
Qian Tianyi
Shi Xunyao
 Japan
Satsuki Odo
Miyu Nagasaki
Miyuu Kihara
Yumeno Soma
 Russia
Mariia Tailakova
Anastasia Kolish
Kristina Kazantseva
Ekaterina Zironova
 South Korea
Choi Hae-eun
Ryu Han-na
Shin Yu-bin
Wee Ye-ji

[3]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China72312
2 Japan0426
3 Russia0112
4 Chinese Taipei0044
5 France0022
6 Romania0011
 South Korea0011
Totals (7 nations)771428

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2018 ITTF World Junior Table Tennis Championships / Prospectus" (PDF). ITTF. Retrieved 26 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Xu Haidong wins in Bendigo, secures Chinese clean sweep". ITTF. Retrieved 9 December 2018.
  3. ^ "2018 World Junior Championships / Results". ITTF. Retrieved 8 December 2018.