|Born||December 17, 1915|
|Died||January 25, 1993|
Leah Thall-Neuberger (December 17, 1915 in Columbus, Ohio – January 25, 1993), nicknamed Miss Ping, was an American table tennis player. She was ranked the # 3 table tennis player in the world in 1951.
Table tennis career
Her six World Championship medals included a gold medal in the mixed doubles at the 1956 World Table Tennis Championships with Erwin Klein.  Her partners for the three bronze medals in the doubles were Davida Hawthorn, Thelma Thall and Peggy Ichkoff respectively.
Neuberger won the United States national championships nine times as a single player, twelve times in doubles, and eight times in mixed doubles. She also won 41 times at the Canadian championships. She served on the Canadian team that travelled to the People’s Republic of China in 1971 on the Ping-Pong Diplomacy Tour. She also won two English Open titles.
Halls of Fame
- List of select Jewish table tennis players
- List of table tennis players
- List of World Table Tennis Championships medalists
- "Profile". Table Tennis Guide.
- "Table Tennis World Championship medal winners". Sports123.
- Montague, Trevor (2004). A-Z of Sport, pages 699-700. The Bath Press. ISBN 0-316-72645-1.
- Matthews/Morrison, Peter/Ian (1987). The Guinness Encyclopaedia of Sports Records and Results, pages 309-312. Guinness Superlatives. ISBN 0-85112-492-5.
- "Women's doubles results" (PDF). International Table Tennis Federation.
- "Leah Thall-Neuberger". International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. Retrieved 3 April 2014.
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