Table tennis at the 1992 Summer Paralympics

Table tennis at the 1992 Summer Paralympics consisted of 30 events, 21 for men and 9 for women.

Table tennis
at the IX Paralympic Games
Table tennis - Paralympic pictogram.svg
Paralympic Table tennis
1988
1996
Table tennis at the 1992 Paralympics

Swimming, athletics and table tennis used a medical based classification system for the Barcelona Games.[1] This happened as the Games were in a transition period with a number of other sports starting to move to a fully functional based classification system.[2][3][4]

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany (GER)991028
2  Finland (FIN)3115
3  Hong Kong (HKG)3036
4  France (FRA)25512
5  China (CHN)2215
6  Japan (JPN)2136
7  Austria (AUT)2068
8  South Korea (KOR)1269
9  Denmark (DEN)1124
  Great Britain (GBR)1124
  United States (USA)1124
12  Netherlands (NED)1034
13  Belgium (BEL)1023
14  Israel (ISR)1001
15  Italy (ITA)0224
  Sweden (SWE)0224
17  Switzerland (SUI)0213
18  Hungary (HUN)0112
19  Spain (ESP)0033
20  Independent Paralympic Participants (IPP)0011
  Ireland (IRL)0011
Totals (21 nations)303057117

Medal summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Open 1–5
details
Guy Tisserant
  France
Michael Dempsey
  United States
Franz Mandl
  Austria
Daniel Hatton
  France
Open 6–10
details
Kimmo Jokinen
  Finland
Michael Gerke
  Germany
Gilles de la Bourdonnaye
  France
Enrique Agudo
  Spain
Singles 1
details
Matti Launonen
  Finland
Ralf Kirchhoff
  Germany
Hae Gon Lee
  South Korea
Seong Hoon Kang
  South Korea
Singles 2
details
Rudolf Hajek
  Austria
Jari Kurkinen
  Finland
Bruno Hassler
  Germany
Kyung Mook Kim
  South Korea
Singles 3
details
Michel Peeters
  France
Neil Robinson
  Great Britain
Marcel Andrey
  Switzerland
Zlatko Kesler
  Independent Paralympic Participants
Singles 4
details
Thomas Kreidel
  Germany
Bruno Benedetti
  France
Tae Hyung Um
  South Korea
Arnie Chan
  Great Britain
Singles 5
details
Kam Shing Kwong
  Hong Kong
Guy Tisserant
  France
So Boo Kim
  South Korea
Manuel Robles
  Spain
Singles 6
details
Rainer Schmidt
  Germany
Brian Nielsen
  Denmark
Peter Stromstedt
  Sweden
Kai Lundsteen
  Denmark
Singles 7
details
Zeev Glikman
  Israel
Thomas Kurfess
  Germany
Matheus Vossen
  Netherlands
Jochen Wollmert
  Germany
Singles 8
details
Mitchell Seidenfeld
  United States
Kenichi Suzuki
  Japan
Werner Maissenbacher
  Germany
Hiroshi Fujii
  Japan
Singles 9
details
Kimmo Jokinen
  Finland
Manfred Knabe
  Germany
Rein Zijda
  Netherlands
Thierry Garofalo
  France
Singles 10
details
Michael Gerke
  Germany
Gilles de la Bourdonnaye
  France
Thomas Goeller
  Austria
Enrique Agudo
  Spain
Teams 1
details
  South Korea (KOR)
Hae Gon Lee
Seong Hoon Kang
  Switzerland (SUI)
Rolf Zumkehr
Hans Rosenast
  Germany (GER)
Dieter Essbach
Ralf Kirchhoff
Teams 2
details
  Austria (AUT)
Gerhard Scharf
Rudolf Hajek
  South Korea (KOR)
Hyun Sang Park
Kyung Mook Kim
  Germany (GER)
Bruno Hassler
Helmut Sperling
  Finland (FIN)
Matti Launonen
Jari Kurkinen
Teams 3
details
  Great Britain (GBR)
Phillip Evans
James Rawson
Neil Robinson
  Germany (GER)
Rainer Kolb
Werner Dorr
  France (FRA)
Daniel Hatton
Michel Peeters
  South Korea (KOR)
Ki Hoon Kim
Young Soo Kim
Jong Dae An
Teams 4
details
  Hong Kong (HKG)
Yin Biu Wong
Sum Tak Ho
  Sweden (SWE)
Jan-Krister Gustavsson
Joergen Johansson
  Germany (GER)
Gunter Altenburg
Winfried Huhn
  Belgium (BEL)
Robert Lorent
Dimitri Ghion
Teams 5
details
  Germany (GER)
Thomas Kreidel
Karl-Heinz Weber
  South Korea (KOR)
Choon Bae Jang
So Boo Kim
Tae Hyung Um
  Hong Kong (HKG)
Kam Shing Kwong
Sui Lam Ip
  Austria (AUT)
Manfred Dollmann
Leo Hochrathner
Franz Mandl
Salvatore Smarrazzo
Teams 6
details
  Denmark (DEN)
Brian Nielsen
Kai Lundsteen
  Germany (GER)
Winfried Stelzner
Rainer Schmidt
  Sweden (SWE)
Mattias Karlsson
Peter Stromstedt
Teams 8
details
  Japan (JPN)
Kenichi Suzuki
Hiroshi Fujii
  Sweden (SWE)
Peter Huglow
Mikael Vestling
Thomas Larsson
  Germany (GER)
Jochen Wollmert
Florian Lechner
Rainer Schmidt
Werner Maissenbacher
  Great Britain (GBR)
David Young
David Hope
Teams 9
details
  Japan (JPN)
Tatsuya Minami
Shuzo Saiki
  Italy (ITA)
Eberhard Walzl
Andrea Furlan
  Germany (GER)
Wolfgang Horsch
Dieter Tollwerth
Manfred Knabe
Thomas Kurfess
  France (FRA)
Thierry Garofalo
Alain Pichon
Teams 10
details
  Germany (GER)
Michael Gerke
Marcus Vahle
C. Windecker
  France (FRA)
Claude Chédeau
Gilles de la Bourdonnaye
Philippe Roine
  Denmark (DEN)
Frands Havaleschka
Jes Jacob
Torben Pehrsson
  United States (USA)
Marcelino Monasterial
Mitchell Seidenfeld

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Open 1–5
details
Christiane Weninger
  Germany
Maria Nardelli
  Italy
Terese Terranova
  United States
Yuet Wah Fung
  Hong Kong
Open 6–10
details
Ingrid Borre
  Belgium
Zhang Xiaoling
  China
Yang Yi
  China
Michiyo Nuruki
  Japan
Singles 3
details
Jolanda Paardekam
  Netherlands
Monika Bartheidel
  Germany
Ruth Lamsbach
  Germany
Ilona Sasvarine
  Hungary
Singles 4
details
Monika Sikora
  Germany
Christiane Weninger
  Germany
Gabriele Kirchmair
  Austria
Susanne Witschnig
  Austria
Singles 5
details
Gisela Roosen
  Germany
Rosa Zaugg
  Switzerland
Yuet Wah Fung
  Hong Kong
Maria Nardelli
  Italy
Singles 9
details
Zhang Xiaoling
  China
Yang Yi
  China
Michiyo Nuruki
  Japan
Ingrid Borre
  Belgium
Teams 3
details
  Germany (GER)
Monika Bartheidel
Ruth Lamsbach
  Hungary (HUN)
Ilona Sasvarine
Judit Pusztafine
  Ireland (IRL)
Esther Stynes
Siobhan Callanan
Teams 5
details
  Hong Kong (HKG)
Yuet Wah Fung
Pui Yi Wong
  Germany (GER)
Christiane Weninger
Monika Sikora
Gisela Pohle
Gisela Roosen
  Italy (ITA)
Maria Nardelli
Christina Ploner
Patrizia Sacca
  Austria (AUT)
Gabriele Kirchmair
Susanne Witschnig
Teams 10
details
  China (CHN)
Zhang Xiaoling
Yang Yi
  France (FRA)
Martine Thierry
Michelle Sévin
Claire Odeide
Bernadette Darvand
  Netherlands (NED)
Patrizia Meeus
Diane Hendriks
I. Hoek-Heppenhuis
  Germany (GER)
Christa Gebhardt
U. Lindgens-Strach

ReferencesEdit

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