Official Table Tennis results from the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Full list of gold, silver and bronze medallists as well as photos and videos of medal-winning moments.
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In 1926, meetings were held in Berlin and London that led to the formation of the International Table Tennis Federation. The first World Championships were held in London in 1926, but the sport had to wait a long time before it was given its Olympic debut at the 1988 Seoul Games.
Table tennis competition has been in the Summer Olympic Games since 1988, with singles and doubles events for men and women. Athletes from China have dominated the sport, winning a total of 60 medals in 37 events, including 32 out of a possible 37 gold medals, and only failing to win at least one medal in one event, the inaugural Men's Singles event at the 1988 Summer Olympics.
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Olympic and world champion Ma Long clinched his fourth gold medal at his third Olympics in winning the men's table tennis singles title at the Tokyo Games on Friday. 129d. Summer Olympics. Yu ...
Every table tennis match will be played at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium from July 24 through Aug. 6. Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium was used for the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo for gymnastics and water polo, but table tennis is the only sport that will be played at the stadium this summer. The men’s singles table tennis tournament will take place from July 24-30.
Enjoy the best Table Tennis plays in Olympic history, including Jan-Ove Waldner vs Ryu Seung Min, Ma Long vs Jun Mizutani, Michael Maze vs Zoran Primorac and...
Olympic. Since 1988. Paralympic. Since inaugural 1960 Summer Paralympics. Table tennis, also known as ping-pong and whiff-whaff, is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight ball, also known as the ping-pong ball, back and forth across a table using small rackets. The game takes place on a hard table divided by a net.
Table tennis is among the sports contested at the Summer Olympic Games. It was introduced at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, where singles and doubles tournaments were held for both genders. The doubles events were dropped from the 2008 Summer Olympics program and replaced by team events.