Table tennis at the 1996 Summer Paralympics

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Table tennis
at the X Paralympic Games
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Paralympic Table tennis
1992
2000

Table tennis at the 1996 Summer Paralympics consisted of 28 events, 17 for men and 11 for women.

Medal table[edit]

[1]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France (FRA) 6 6 5 17
2  Germany (GER) 4 3 7 14
3  Austria (AUT) 3 3 5 11
4  South Korea (KOR) 3 0 3 6
5  China (CHN) 3 0 2 5
6  Sweden (SWE) 2 3 1 6
7  United States (USA) 2 1 2 5
8  Belgium (BEL) 1 2 2 5
9  Finland (FIN) 1 1 1 3
10  Denmark (DEN) 1 0 0 1
 Hungary (HUN) 1 0 0 1
 Yugoslavia (YUG) 1 0 0 1
13  Hong Kong (HKG) 0 3 1 4
14  Czech Republic (CZE) 0 3 0 3
15  Great Britain (GBR) 0 1 2 3
 Slovakia (SVK) 0 1 2 3
17  Mexico (MEX) 0 1 0 1
18 Chinese Taipei Paralympic Flag (pre-2004).svg Chinese Taipei 0 0 2 2
 Japan (JPN) 0 0 2 2
 Netherlands (NED) 0 0 2 2
21  Argentina (ARG) 0 0 1 1
 Italy (ITA) 0 0 1 1
 Moldova (MDA) 0 0 1 1
 Nigeria (NGR) 0 0 1 1
 Poland (POL) 0 0 1 1
 Spain (ESP) 0 0 1 1

The following five other countries also competed:

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Open 1–5 Thomas Kreidel
 Germany
Dimitri Ghion
 Belgium
Nasiru Sule
 Nigeria
Bruno Benedetti
 France
Open 6–10 Stanislaw Fraczyk
 Austria
Ladislav Gaspar
 Slovakia
Chih Shan Hsu
 Chinese Taipei
Gilles de la Bourdonnaye
 France
Singles 1 Hae Gon Lee
 South Korea
Matti Launonen
 Finland
José Daniel Haylan
 Argentina
Sung Hoon Kang
 South Korea
Singles 2 Kyung Mook Kim
 South Korea
Vincent Boury
 France
Gerhard Scharf
 Austria
Jari Kurkinen
 Finland
Singles 3 Zlatko Kesler
 Yugoslavia
Neil Robinson
 Great Britain
James Rawson
 Great Britain
Fritz Altendorfer
 Austria
Singles 4 Bruno Benedetti
 France
Michal Stefanu
 Czech Republic
Thomas Kreidel
 Germany
Christian Sutter
 Austria
Singles 5 Guy Tisserant
 France
Kam Shing Kwong
 Hong Kong
Chang Shen Chou
 Chinese Taipei
Ernst Bolldén
 Sweden
Singles 6 Brian Nielsen
 Denmark
Mattias Karlsson
 Sweden
Harold Kersten
 Netherlands
Singles 7 Tahl Leibovitz
 United States
Jochen Wollmert
 Germany
Thomas Kurfess
 Germany
Singles 8 Magnus Andree
 Sweden
Mitchell Seidenfeld
 United States
Vladimir Polkanov
 Moldova
Kenichi Suzuki
 Japan
Singles 9 Stanislaw Fraczyk
 Austria
Olivier Chateigner
 France
Alain Pichon
 France
Ladislav Gaspar
 Slovakia
Singles 10 Gilles de la Bourdonnaye
 France
Robert Bader
 Sweden
Enrique Agudo
 Spain
Kwang Hoon Jung
 South Korea
Teams 1–2  Finland (FIN)
Matti Launonen
Jari Kurkinen
 Austria (AUT)
Rudolf Hajek
Gerhard Scharf
 Germany (GER)
Dieter Essbach
Werner Knaak
Udo Pohle
Otto Vilsmeier
 South Korea (KOR)
Kyung Mook Kim
Haun Park
Hae Gon Lee
Sung Hoon Kang
Teams 3  South Korea (KOR)
Young Soo Kim
Jong Dae An
Ki Hoon Kim
 Austria (AUT)
Peter Starl
Fritz Altendorfer
Manfred Dollmann
 Great Britain (GBR)
James Rawson
Neil Robinson
 Germany (GER)
Jan Guertler
Werner Dorr
Teams 4–5  Sweden (SWE)
Ernst Bolldén
Patrik Högstedt
Jörgen Johansson
Jan-Krister Gustavsson
 France (FRA)
Christophe Pinna
Bruno Benedetti
Christophe Durand
Guy Tisserant
 Belgium (BEL)
Dimitri Ghion
Alain Ledoux
Jean-Marc Pletinckx
 Austria (AUT)
Christian Sutter
Franz Mandl
Teams 6–8  Germany (GER)
Thomas Kurfess
Jochen Wollmert
Thomas Schmitt
Werner Maissenbacher
 Sweden (SWE)
Thomas Larsson
Magnus Andree
Mikael Vestling
 United States (USA)
Tahl Leibovitz
Mitchell Seidenfeld
Teams 9–10  France (FRA)
Alain Pichon
Olivier Chateigner
Gilles de la Bourdonnaye
 Austria (AUT)
Stanislaw Fraczyk
Thomas Goeller
 Germany (GER)
Bernd Mueller
Peter Faehnrich
Andre Schmandt
 Slovakia (SVK)
Ladislav Gaspar
Emil Dovalovszki

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Open 1–5 Christiane Pape
 Germany
Pui Yi Wong
 Hong Kong
Susanne Schwendtner
 Austria
Yuet Wah Fung
 Hong Kong
Open 6–10 Xiaoling Zhang
 China
Ingrid Borre
 Belgium
Fuqun Luo
 China
Marie-Claire Odeide-Simian
 France
Singles 1–2 Isabelle Lafaye
 France
Anne-Marie Gibelin
 France
Baerbel Rode
 Germany
Singles 3 Paulik Sasvarine
 Hungary
Monika Bartheidel
 Germany
Marie-Line Pollet
 Belgium
Singles 4 Jennifer Johnson
 United States
Christiane Pape
 Germany
Gertrudis Laemers
 Netherlands
Singles 5 Susanne Schwendtner
 Austria
Maria Hoffmann
 Mexico
Maria Nardelli
 Italy
Gisela Pohle
 Germany
Singles 6–8 Ingrid Borre
 Belgium
Martine Thierry
 France
Xiaoling Zhang
 China
Singles 9 Fuqun Luo
 China
Marie-Claire Odeide-Simian
 France
Michiyo Nuruki
 Japan
Singles 10 Michelle Sevin
 France
Jolana Davidkova
 Czech Republic
Krystyna Jagodzinska
 Poland
Teams 3–5  Germany (GER)
Monika Bartheidel
Monika Sikora
Gisela Pohle
Christiane Pape
 Hong Kong (HKG)
Yuet Wah Fung
Pui Yi Wong
 United States (USA)
Terese Terranova
Jennifer Johnson
Jacqueline di Lorenzo
Teams 6–10  China (CHN)
Xiaoling Zhang
Fuqun Luo
 Czech Republic (CZE)
Eva Pestova
Jolana Davidkova
 France (FRA)
Martine Thierry
Michelle Sevin
Marie-Claire Odeide-Simian

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