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Table tennis at the 2016 Summer Paralympics

Table tennis at the 2016 Summer Paralympics[1] in Rio took place in September 2016. 276 athletes – 174 men and 102 women – are scheduled to compete in 29 events. Table tennis events have been held at the Paralympics since the first Games in Rome in 1960.[2] Team events will feature contests consisting of one doubles and two singles matches.

Table tennis
at the XV Paralympic Games
Table Tennis, Rio 2016 (Paralympics).png
VenueRiocentro Pavilion 3
Dates8–17 September 2016
Competitors269 (173 men, 96 women)
2012
2020

Contents

EventsEdit

Twenty-nine events will be contested. The events are men's and women's team and individual competitions for the various disability classifications.

  • Men's singles
    • Class 1
    • Class 2
    • Class 3
    • Class 4
    • Class 5
    • Class 6
    • Class 7
    • Class 8
    • Class 9
    • Class 10
    • Class 11
  • Men's team
    • Class 1–2
    • Class 3
    • Class 4–5
    • Class 6–8
    • Class 9–10
  • Women's singles
    • Class 1–2
    • Class 3
    • Class 4
    • Class 5
    • Class 6
    • Class 7
    • Class 8
    • Class 9
    • Class 10
    • Class 11
  • Women's team
    • Class 1–3
    • Class 4–5
    • Class 6–10

Medal summaryEdit

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  China (CHN)137121
2  Poland (POL)2338
3  France (FRA)2125
4  Great Britain (GBR)2013
  Ukraine (UKR)2013
6  Belgium (BEL)2002
7  South Korea (KOR)1359
8  Serbia (SRB)1124
9  Turkey (TUR)1113
10  Croatia (CRO)1102
  Netherlands (NED)1102
12  Denmark (DEN)1001
13  Germany (GER)0404
14  Spain (ESP)0202
15  Brazil (BRA)0134
16  Hungary (HUN)0112
  Sweden (SWE)0112
18  Australia (AUS)0101
  Chinese Taipei (TPE)0101
20  Italy (ITA)0022
  Thailand (THA)0022
22  Austria (AUT)0011
  Czech Republic (CZE)0011
  Hong Kong (HKG)0011
  Philippines (PHI)0011
Totals (25 nations)29292987

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Individual – Class 1
details
Rob Davies
  Great Britain
Joo Young-dae
  South Korea
Nam Ki-won
  South Korea
Men's Individual – Class 2
details
Fabien Lamirault
  France
Rafał Czuper
  Poland
Jiri Suchanek
  Czech Republic
Men's Individual – Class 3
details
Feng Panfeng
  China
Thomas Schmidberger
  Germany
Florian Merren
  France
Men's Individual – Class 4
details
Abdullah Ozturk
  Turkey
Guo Xingyuan
  China
Maxime Thomas
  France
Men's Individual – Class 5
details
Cao Ningning
  China
Valentin Baus
  Germany
Mitar Palikuća
  Serbia
Men's Individual – Class 6
details
Peter Rosenmeier
  Denmark
Alvaro Valera Munoz Vargas
  Spain
Rungroj Thainiyom
  Thailand
Men's Individual – Class 7
details
Will Bayley
  Great Britain
Israel Pereira Stroh
  Brazil
Yan Shuo
  China
Men's Individual – Class 8
details
Zhao Shuai
  China
Andras Csonka
  Hungary
Piotr Grudzień
  Poland
Men's Individual – Class 9
details
Laurens Devos
  Belgium
Gerben Last
  Netherlands
Mohamed Amine Kalem
  Italy
Men's Individual – Class 10
details
Ge Yang
  China
Patryk Chojnowski
  Poland
Krisztian Gardos
  Austria
Men's Individual – Class 11
details
Florian van Acker
  Belgium
Samuel von Einem
  Australia
Peter Palos
  Hungary
Men's Team Class 1–2
details
  France (FRA)
Fabien Lamirault
Stéphane Molliens
Jean-François Ducay
  South Korea (KOR)
Joo Young Dae
Kim Kyung Mook
Cha Soo Yong
  Brazil (BRA)
Iranildo Conceição Espíndola
Guilherme Marcião da Costa
Aloísio Lima
Men's Team – Class 3
details
  China (CHN)
  Germany (GER)
  Thailand (THA)
Men's Team - Class 4-5
details
  South Korea (KOR)
Choi Ilsang
Kim Jung-gil
Kim Young Gun
  Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Cheng Ming-chih
Lin Yen-hung
  Turkey (TUR)
Abdullah Öztürk
Ali Öztürk
Nesim Turan
Men's Team – Class 6–8
details
  Ukraine (UKR)
  Sweden (SWE)
  Great Britain (GBR)
Men's Team – Class 9–10
details
  China (CHN)
  Spain (ESP)
  Poland (POL)

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women's Individual – Class 1-2
details
Liu Jing
  China
Seo Su-yeon
  South Korea
Giada Rossi
  Italy
Women's Individual – Class 3
details
Xue Juan
  China
Li Qian
  China
Anna-Carin Ahlquist
  Sweden
Women's Individual – Class 4
details
Borislava Perić-Ranković
  Serbia
Zhang Miao
  China
Nada Matić
  Serbia
Women's Individual – Class 5
details
Zhang Bian
  China
Gu Gai
  China
Jung Young-A
  South Korea
Women's Individual – Class 6
details
Sandra Paović
  Croatia
Stephanie Grebe
  Germany
Maryna Lytovchenko
  Ukraine
Women's Individual – Class 7
details
Kelly van Zon
  Netherlands
Kubra Korkut
  Turkey
Kim Seong-ok
  South Korea
Women's Individual – Class 8
details
Mao Jingdian
  China
Thu Kamkasomphou
  France
Josephine Medina
  Philippines
Women's Individual – Class 9
details
Liu Meng
  China
Lei Lina
  China
Karolina Pek
  Poland
Women's Individual – Class 10
details
Natalia Partyka
  Poland
Yang Qian
  China
Bruna Costa Alexandre
  Brazil
Women's Individual – Class 11
details
Natalia Kosmina
  Ukraine
Krystyna Siemieniecka
  Poland
Ng Mui Wui
  Hong Kong
Women's Team – Class 1–3
details
  China (CHN)
  Croatia (CRO)
  South Korea (KOR)
Women's Team – Class 4–5
details
  China (CHN)
  Serbia (SRB)
  South Korea (KOR)
Women's Team – Class 6–10
details
  Poland (POL)
  China (CHN)
  Brazil (BRA)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Paralympic Table Tennis". Rio 2016 Summer Paralympics. Retrieved 22 August 2016.
  2. ^ "Paralympic Table Tennis - overview, rules and classification". British Paralympic Association. Archived from the original on 6 November 2012. Retrieved 4 May 2011.