World Para Table Tennis Championships

The World Para Table Tennis Championships are the world championships for para table tennis where athletes with a disability compete. They are organised by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) on a four-year rotation with the Paralympic Games (every four years).

The first edition was held in 1990 in Assen, Netherlands, the second in 1998, from that the championships was held every four years.[1]

Location of the Championships

EditionYearHostDatesNationsCompetitorsMost gold medalsRef
1 1990 Assen15–21 July35226 Germany (14)[2]
2 1998 Paris24–30 October39292 France (10)[3]
3 2002 Taipei15–22 August45319 China (8)[4]
4 2006 Montreux22 September–1 October48346 China (14)[5]
5 2010 Gwangju25 October–3 November46296 China (14)[6]
6 2014 Beijing6–15 September45304 China (14)[7]
7 2018 Celje and Lasko15-21st October56330[8]

All-time medal count

As 2014

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 China51211890
2 France33244380
3 Germany32182575
4 South Korea18201755
5 Poland1013932
6 Austria7121231
7 Spain75829
8 Czech Republic611825
9 Sweden5101732
10 Slovakia59620
11 Netherlands57820
12 Norway45211
13  Japan34613
 Russia34613
15 Hong Kong3328
16 United Kingdom25916
17 Belgium23712
18 Denmark2327
19 Finland22610
20 Serbia2158
21 Chinese Taipei18918
22 Turkey1449
23 Ukraine13711
24 Jordan1337
25  Switzerland1236
26 Israel1225
27 United States1179
28 Mexico1113
29 Croatia1023
30 Italy04812
31 Hungary0336
32 Yugoslavia0156
33  Brazil0033
 Ireland0033
35  Argentina0022
 Slovenia0022
37  Australia0011
 Egypt0011
 Indonesia0011
 Iran0011
 Thailand0011
Total

See also

References

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