Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships

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The Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships was born at a meeting of Commonwealth delegates in Munich at the 1969 World Championships.[1] Prior to inclusion in the Commonwealth Games proper in 2002, 15 Commonwealth Championships have taken place since 1971.

Venues[edit]

  1. 1971 — Singapore Singapore — Singapore Badminton Hall (20 March to 25 March)[1]
  2. 1973 — Wales Cardiff, Wales — National Sports Centre (26 March to 1 April)
  3. 1975 — Australia Melbourne, Australia — Town Hall (25 January to 31 January)
  4. 1977 — Guernsey St Peter Port, Guernsey — Beau Sejour Leisure Centre (16 March to 22 March)
  5. 1979 — Scotland Edinburgh, Scotland — Meadowbank Sports Centre (12 April to 18 April)
  6. 1982 — India Bombay, India — Temporary stadium on cricket pitch at Khar Gymkhana (3 February to 9 February)
  7. 1983 — Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — Stadium Negara (17 April to 23 April)
  8. 1985 — Isle of Man Douglas, Isle of Man — Palace Lido Ballroom (17 March to 23 March)
  9. 1989 — Wales Cardiff, Wales — National Sports Centre (20 March to 26 March)
  10. 1991 — Kenya Nairobi, Kenya — Moi International Sports Centre (14 April to 21 April)
  11. 1994 — India Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India — Laa Bahadur Indoor Stadium (25 January to 1 February)
  12. 1995 — Singapore Singapore — Singapore Badminton Hall (21 April to 28 April)
  13. 1997 — Scotland Glasgow, Scotland — Kelvin Hall (14 April to 20 April)
  14. 2000 — Singapore Singapore — Singapore Table Tennis Academy and Toa Payoh Sports Hall (11 February to 17 February)
  15. 2001 — India New Delhi, IndiaIndira Gandhi Indoor Stadium (14 April to 20 April)
  16. 2004 — Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — Kuala Lumpur Badminton Stadium (21 June to 27 June)
  17. 2007 — India Jaipur, India — SMS Indoor Stadium (30 May to 5 June)
  18. 2009 — Scotland Glasgow, Scotland — Scotstoun Leisure Centre (19 May to 25 May)[2]
  19. 2013 — India New Delhi, India — Thyagraj Indoor Stadium (5 May to 10 May)[3]
  20. 2015 — India Surat, India — Pandit Dindayal Upadhyay Indoor Stadium (16 December to 21 December)[4]

Winners[edit]

Year Team Singles Doubles
Men's Women's Men's Women's Men's Women's Mixed
2015  India  Singapore Singapore Chen Feng Singapore Zhou Yihan Singapore Lin Ye
Zhou Yihan
2013  Singapore  Singapore Singapore Zhan Jian Canada Zhang Mo Singapore Zhan Jian
Yang Zi
Singapore Feng Tianwei
Yu Mengyu
Singapore Zhan Jian
Zhou Yihan
2009  Singapore  Singapore Singapore Gao Ning Singapore Wang Yuegu India Subhajit Saha
Sharath Kamal
Singapore Sun Beibei
Yu Mengyu
Singapore Yang Zi
Wang Yuegu
2007  Singapore  Singapore Singapore Gao Ning Singapore Sun Beibei Nigeria Kazeem Nosiru Ekundayo
Monday Merotohun
Singapore Wang Yuegu
Sun Beibei
Singapore Yang Zi
Wang Yuegu
2004  India  Singapore India Sharath Kamal Singapore Xu Yan Wales Adam Robertson
Ryan Jenkins
Singapore Zhang Xueling
Tan Paey Fern
Singapore Cai Xiao Li
Zhang Xueling
2001  Nigeria  Singapore England Matthew Syed Singapore Li Jiawei England Terry Young
Alex Perry
Singapore Jing Junhong
Li Jiawei
Singapore Duan Yong Jun
Li Jiawei
2000  England  Singapore England Matthew Syed Singapore Li Jiawei India Chetan Baboor
Subramaniam Raman
Singapore Jing Junhong
Li Jiawei
Singapore Cai Xiao Li
Zhang Xueling
1997  England  Singapore England Matthew Syed Singapore Jing Junhong India Chetan Baboor
Subramaniam Raman
Singapore Jing Junhong
Li Jiawei
Singapore Lai Chin Pang
Li Jiawei
1995  Hong Kong  Hong Kong Hong Kong Chan Kong Wah Hong Kong Chai Po Wa England Carl Prean
Andrew Eden
Hong Kong Chai Po Wa
Chan Tan Lui
Hong Kong Lo Chuen Tsung
Chai Po Wa
1994  England  Hong Kong Canada Johnny Huang Hong Kong Chai Po Wa Canada Johnny Huang
Gideon Joe Ng
Hong Kong Chai Po Wa
Chan Tan Lui
Canada Johnny Huang
Barbara Chiu
1991  England  Hong Kong Canada Johnny Huang Hong Kong Chai Po Wa England Michael O'Driscoll
Chris Oldfield
Hong Kong Chai Po Wa
Chan Tan Lui
Hong Kong Chan Chi Ming
Chan Tan Lui
1989  England  Hong Kong England Alan Cooke Hong Kong Chai Po Wa England Skylet Andrew
Nicky Mason
Hong Kong Chai Po Wa
Chan Tan Lui
Hong Kong Lui Fuk Man
Chan Tan Lui
1985  England  England England Desmond Douglas England Karen Witt Nigeria Atanda Musa
Francis Sule
Canada Mariann Domonkos
Gloria Hsu
England Desmond Douglas
Alison Gordon
1983  Hong Kong  Hong Kong Hong Kong Chiu Man Kuen Hong Kong Yue Kam Kai Hong Kong Chiu Man Kuen
Vong Iu Veng
Hong Kong Mak Ka Sha
Chai Man
Hong Kong Chan Kong Wah
Hui So-Hung
1982  England  England Nigeria Atanda Musa England Carole Knight Nigeria Atanda Musa
Sunday Eboh
England Carole Knight
Joy Grundy
England Nigel Eckersley
Joy Grundy
1979  Hong Kong  Hong Kong Hong Kong Vong Iu Veng Hong Kong Hui So-Hung Australia Robert Javor
Stephen Knapp
England Carole Knight
Linda Howard
England Jimmy Walker
Linda Howard
1977  Hong Kong  Hong Kong Hong Kong Li Kuang Tsu Hong Kong Chang Siu-Ying Hong Kong Chen Sheng-Shien
Vong Iu Veng
England Melody Ludi
Karen Witt
Hong Kong Li Kuang Tsu
Siu Kit Man
1975  England  England England Trevor Taylor England Jill Hammersley England Denis Neale
Desmond Douglas
England Jill Hammersley
Linda Howard
England Desmond Douglas
Linda Howard
1973  England  England England Trevor Taylor England Jill (Shirley) Hammersley England Denis Neale
Trevor Taylor
England Jill Hammersley
Susan Howard
England Denis Neale
Karenza Matthews
1971  England  England England Trevor Taylor England Jill Shirley England Alan Hydes
Trevor Taylor
England Karenza Matthews
Pauline Piddock
England Alan Hydes
Pauline Piddock

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Past Championships". Commonwealth Table Tennis Federation. Retrieved 7 October 2010. 
  2. ^ Marshall, Ian (18 May 2009). "Home Hopes Focus on Clan Leader at Commonwealth Championships". International Table Tennis Federation. Retrieved 9 October 2010. 
  3. ^ "Past Championships". Commonwealth Table TennisFederation. Retrieved 2015-06-03. 
  4. ^ "The Commonwealth Table Tennis Federation Limited". comtt.org. Retrieved 2015-12-15. 

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