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|Full name||Noshad Alamian Darounkolaei|
21 November 1991 |
Babol, Mazandaran, Iran
Offensive; Power Spin
|Equipment(s)||Blade: BUTTERFLY Timo Boll ALC
Forehand Rubber: BUTTERFLY Tenergy 05 2.1
Backhand Rubber: BUTTERFLY Tenergy 05 2.1
|Highest ranking||40 (December 2012)|
|Current ranking||81 (February 2017)|
|Club||Petrochimi Bandar Imam|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Weight||65 kg (143 lb; 10.2 st)|
He also won the 2009 Doha Junior Open, as part of the ITTF Junior Circuit beating Paraguayan Marcelo Aguirre in the final, 4–3.
In 2012 and 2016, he played in the Summer Olympics.
- 2013 – Asian Cup: 4th place
- 2012 – Asian Cup: 4th place
- 2012 – World Tour Kuwait: Winner U-21
- 2011 – Asian Cup China: 6th place
- 2010 – Asian Cup China: 11th place
- 2009 – World Junior Circuit Portugal: Runner-up
- 2009 – World Junior Circuit Qatar: Winner
- 2009 – World Junior Circuit Manama: Runner-up
- 2008 – World Junior Circuit Qatar: Winner
|2012||London, United Kingdom||Round of 32|
|2016||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||First Round|
|World Championships (Individual)|
|2011||Rotterdam, Netherlands||Round of 128||Qualification|
|2013||Paris, France||Round of 32||Round of 64|
|2015||Suzhou, China||Round of 128||Round of 64|
|World Championships (Team)|
|2008||Guangzhou, China||40th place|
|2010||Moscow, Russia||35th place|
|2012||Dortmund, Germany||33rd place|
|2014||Tokyo, Japan||29th place|
|2016||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||33rd place|
|2010||Guangzhou, China||Round of 16||Round of 32||Group stage|
|2014||Incheon, South Korea||Round of 16||Round of 16|
|2009||Lucknow, India||Round of 64||Round of 64||9th place|
|2012||Macau, China||Round of 64||Round of 32||9th place|
|2013||Busan, South Korea||Round of 16||Round of 64||8th place|
|World Junior Championships|
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