World Table Tennis Championshipsmen

World Table Tennis Championshipsmen

World Table Tennis Championships—men
year St. Bride's Vase (singles) Iran Cup (doubles)
1927 R. Jacobi (Hung.) R. Jacobi, R. Pecsi (Hung.)
1928 Z. Mechlovits (Hung.) A. Liebster, R. Thum (Australia)
1929 F.J. Perry (U.K.) V. Barna, M. Szabados (Hung.)
1930 V. Barna (Hung.) V. Barna, M. Szabados (Hung.)
1931 M. Szabados (Hung.) V. Barna, M. Szabados (Hung.)
1932 V. Barna (Hung.) V. Barna, M. Szabados (Hung.)
1933 V. Barna (Hung.) V. Barna, S. Glancz (Hung.)
1934 V. Barna (Hung.) V. Barna, M. Szabados (Hung.)
1935 V. Barna (Hung.) V. Barna, M. Szabados (Hung.)
1936 S. Kolář (Czech.) R.G. Blattner, J.H. McClure (U.S.)
1937 R. Bergmann (Austria) R.G. Blattner, J.H. McClure (U.S.)
1938 B. Váňa (Czech.) J.H. McClure, S. Schiff (U.S.)
1939 R. Bergmann (U.K.) R. Bergmann (U.K.), V. Barna (Hung.)
1940–46 no competition
1947 B. Váňa (Czech.) B. Váňa, A. Slár (Czech.)
1948 R. Bergmann (U.K.) B. Váňa, L. Stípek (Czech.)
1949 J. Leach (U.K.) F. Tokár, I. Andreadis (Czech.)
1950 R. Bergmann (U.K.) F. Sidó, F. Soos (Hung.)
1951 J. Leach (U.K.) B. Váňa, I. Andreadis (Czech.)
1952 Sat d; H. (Japan) Fujii N., Hayashi T. (Japan)
1953 F. Sidó (Hung.) F. Sidó, J. Koczian (Hung.)
1954 Ogimura I. (Japan) V. Harangozo, d;. Dolinar (Yugos.)
1955 Tanaka T. (Japan) I. Andreadis, L. Stípek (Czech.)
1956 Ogimura I. (Japan) Ogimura I., Tomita Y. (Japan)
1957 Tanaka T. (Japan) I. Andreadis, L. Stípek (Czech.)
1959 Rong Guoduan (China) Ogimura I., Murakami T. (Japan)
1961 Zhuang Zedong (China) Hoshino N., Kimura K. (Japan)
1963 Zhuang Zedong (China) Zhang Xielin, Wang Zhiliang (China)
1965 Zhuang Zedong (China) Zhuang Zedong, Xu Yinsheng (China)
1967 Hasegawa N. (Japan) K. Johansson, H. Alser (Swed.)
1969 Ito S. (Japan) K. Johansson, H. Alser (Swed.)
1971 S. Bengtsson (Swed.) T. Klampar, I. Jonyer (Hung.)
1973 Xi Ending (China) K. Johansson, S. Bengtsson (Swed.)
1975 I. Jonyer (Hung.) I. Jonyer, G. Gergely (Hung.)
1977 K d;no M. (Japan) Li Zhenshi, Liang Geliang (China)
1979 Ono S. (Japan) A. Stipancic, D. Surbek (Yugos.)
1981 Guo Yuehua (China) Cai Zhenhua, Li Zhenshi (China)
1983 Guo Yuehua (China) D. Surbek, Z. Kalinic (Yugos.)
1985 Jiang Jialiang (China) M. Appelgren, U. Carlsson (Swed.)
1987 Jiang Jialiang (China) Chen Longcan, Wei Qingguang (China)
1989 J.-O. Waldner (Swed.) J. Rosskopf, S. Fetzner (W.Ger.)
1991 J. Persson (Swed.) P. Karlsson, T. Von Scheele (Swed.)
1993 J.-P. Gatien (Fr.) Wang Tao, Lu Lin (China)
1995 Kong Linghui (China) Wang Tao, Lu Lin (China)
1997 J.-O. Waldner (Swed.) Kong Linghui, Liu Guoliang (China)
1999 Liu Guoliang (China) Kong Linghui, Liu Guoliang (China)
2001 Wang Liqin (China) Wang Liqin, Yan Sen (China)
2003 W. Schlager (Austria) Wang Liqin, Yan Sen (China)
2005 Wang Liqin (China) Kong Linghui, Wang Hao (China)
2007 Wang Liqin (China) Chen Qi, Ma Lin (China)
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