Table tennis at the 1984 Summer Paralympics

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Table tennis
at the VII Paralympic Games
Table tennis - Paralympic pictogram.svg
Paralympic Table tennis
1980
1988

Table tennis at the 1984 Summer Paralympics consisted of 39 events, 24 for men and 15 for women.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Open 1A-4
details
Thomas Kreidel
 West Germany
Choon Bae Chang
 South Korea
P. Glaese
 West Germany
Open CL
details
Kimmo Jokinen
 Finland
Ed Baas
 Netherlands
Z. Gajic
 Yugoslavia
Singles 1A
details
Ralf Kirchhoff
 West Germany
H. Tietze
 West Germany
Matti Launonen
 Finland
Singles 1B
details
Bruno Hassler
 West Germany
Edge
 Great Britain
Kauko Kajaste
 Finland
Singles 1C
details
Manfred Emmel
 West Germany
Daniel Jeannin
 France
Rudolf Jaksch
 West Germany
Singles 2
details
Werner Dorr
 West Germany
Franz Mandl
 Austria
Fritz Altendorfer
 Austria
Singles 3
details
Heinz Simon
 West Germany
Rainer Kolb
 West Germany
Peter Starl
 Austria
Singles 4
details
Thomas Kreidel
 West Germany
P. Glaese
 West Germany
Michael Dempsey
 United States
Singles C1
details
Terry Biggs
 Australia
Allen Francis
 Great Britain
None
Singles C2
details
Jorgen Anderson
 Sweden
J. Leys
 Belgium
D. Maebe
 Belgium
Singles C3
details
Yaron Upshtein
 Israel
Olle Hansen
 Sweden
Rob Hartmans
 Netherlands
Singles C4
details
R. Ferraud
 France
Flemming Mortensen
 Denmark
Paulo Jorge Santos
 Portugal
Tommy Gilleras
 Sweden
Singles C5
details
Thomas Axelsson
 Sweden
Rob Visser
 Netherlands
Roby Cusseneers
 Belgium
Peter Kihlman
 Sweden
Singles L1
details
Urban Andersson
 Sweden
Borje Johansson
 Sweden
John Welsh
 Great Britain
Singles L2
details
Herbert Velroyen
 West Germany
M. Stephens
 United States
Ilija Djurasinovic
 Yugoslavia
O. Rouke
 Ireland
Singles L3
details
Marc Piras
 France
Thieu Vossen
 Netherlands
Klaus Mueller
 West Germany
Stephan Welting
 West Germany
Singles L4
details
Kimmo Jokinen
 Finland
Jorgen Nilsson
 Sweden
Manfred Knabe
 West Germany
Z. Gajic
 Yugoslavia
Singles L5
details
Franc Simonic
 Yugoslavia
Marcelino Monesterial
 United States
Philippe Roine
 France
P. Hullerum
 West Germany
Teams 1A
details
 Finland (FIN)  United States (USA)  Great Britain (GBR)
Teams 1B
details
 West Germany (FRG)  Finland (FIN)  Great Britain (GBR)
Teams 1C
details
 West Germany (FRG)  Austria (AUT)  Belgium (BEL)
Teams 2
details
 Austria (AUT)  France (FRA)  West Germany (FRG)
Teams 3
details
 Austria (AUT)  West Germany (FRG)  South Korea (KOR)
Teams 4
details
 West Germany (FRG)  Austria (AUT)  Hong Kong (HKG)

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Open 1B-4
details
Ruth Lamsbach
 West Germany
Wong
 Hong Kong
Vanderbosch
 Netherlands
Open CL
details
Marianne Baertelsen
 Denmark
Bernadette Darvand
 France
Ingrid Borre
 Belgium
Singles 1B
details
Jane Blackburn
 Great Britain
Marit Lysen
 Norway
Christiane Droux
 Switzerland
Singles 1C
details
Becker
 Great Britain
D. Neil
 Great Britain
None
Singles 2
details
Elisabeth Bisquolm
 Switzerland
Rosa Schweizer
 Austria
Ruth Lamsbach
 West Germany
Singles 3
details
Christiane Weninger
 West Germany
J. Brown
 United States
R. Andre
 France
Singles 4
details
Vanderbosch
 Netherlands
Wong
 Hong Kong
Rosa Zaugg
 Switzerland
Singles C3
details
C. Coullanges
 France
J. Petersen
 Great Britain
Martha Johnson
 Canada
Singles C4-5
details
Marie Brask
 Sweden
E. Nesset
 Norway
Morna Cloonan
 Ireland
Singles L3
details
Evelyne Cretual
 France
Margaret Heald
 Great Britain
H. Gunnarsdottir
 Iceland
Singles L4
details
Ingrid Borre
 Belgium
Bernadette Darvand
 France
A. Smith
 Great Britain
K. Naess
 Norway
Singles L5
details
Marianne Baertelsen
 Denmark
Shuyun Wang
 China
None
Teams 1A-C
details
 Great Britain (GBR)  United States (USA)
Pamela Fontaine[1][2]
None
Teams 2
details
 Austria (AUT)  Ireland (IRL)  Great Britain (GBR)
Teams 4
details
 Switzerland (SUI)
Jacqueline Blanc
Elisabeth Mettler-Kiener
Rosa Zaugg
 Hong Kong (HKG)  West Germany (FRG)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Smith-Spark, Laura (30 August 2012). "28 years later, U.S. Paralympians fulfill a dream in London". CNN. Retrieved 29 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "Pamela Fontaine". Team USA. United States Olympic Committee. Retrieved 29 August 2014.