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  • Women: Angelica Rozeanu (Romania) won the World Championship 6 times consecutively from 1950-1955. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angelica_Rozeanu Men: Victor Barna (Hungary and England) Early table tennis master. 5-time singles (1930, 1932 to 1935) and 7-times doubles world champion in 1930s The world championships is held every two years, starting in 1957. Women's singles follows the men's list. The following is a List of World Table Tennis Champions: Men - Singles * 2005—Wang Liqin, China * 2003—Werner Schlager, Austria * 2001—Wang Liqin, China * 1999—Liu Guoliang, China * 1997—Jan-Ove Waldner, Sweden * 1995—Kong Linghui, China * 1993—Jean-Philippe Gatien, France * 1991—Jorgen Persson, Sweden * 1989—Jan-Ove Waldner, Sweden * 1987—Jiang Jialiang, China * 1985—Jiang Jialiang, China * 1983—Guo Yuehua, China * 1981—Guo Yuehua, China * 1979—Seije Ono, Japan * 1977—Mitsuru Kohno, Japan * 1975—Istvan Jonyer, Hungary * 1973—Xi Enting, China * 1971—Stellan Bengsston, Sweden * 1969—Shigeo Itoh, Japan * 1967—Nobuhiku Hasegawa, Japan * 1965—Zhuang Zedong, China * 1963—Zhuang Zedong, China * 1961—Zhuang Zedong, China * 1959—Rong Guotuan, China * 1957—Toshio Tanaka, Japan * 1956—Ichiro Ogimura, Japan * 1955—Toshio Tanaka, Japan * 1954—Ichiro Ogimura, Japan * 1953—Ferenc Sido, Hungary * 1952—Hiroje Satoh, Japan * 1951—Johnny Leach, England * 1950—Richard Bergmann, England * 1949—Johnny Leach, England * 1948—Richard Bergmann, England * 1947—Bohumil Vana, Czechoslovakia * 1939—Richard Bergmann, England * 1938—Bohumil Vana, Czechoslovakia * 1937—Richard Bergmann, Austria * 1936—S. Kolar, Czechoslovakia * 1935—Viktor Barna, Hungary * 1934—Viktor Barna, Hungary * 1933—Viktor Barna, Hungary * 1932—Viktor Barna, Hungary * 1931—M. Szabados, Hungary * 1930—Viktor Barna, Hungary * 1929—F.J. Perry, England * 1928—Z. Mechlovits, Hungary * 1926—R. Jacobi, Hungary Women (A Chinese woman has been world champion every year since 1979, except when Hyun Jung Hwa of Korea won the title in 1993). 1937 is the only year, men or women, in which there were co-champions. Women’s Singles * 2005—Zhang Yining, China * 2003—Wang Nan, China * 2001—Wang Nan, China * 1999—Wang Nan, China * 1997—Deng Yaping, China * 1995—Deng Yaping, China * 1993—Hyun Jung Hwa, Korea * 1991—Deng Yaping, China * 1989—Qiao Hong, China * 1987—He Zhili, China * 1985—Cao Yanhua, China * 1983—Cao Yanhua, China * 1981—Tong Ling, China * 1979—Ge Xinai, China * 1977—Pak Yung Sun, North Korea * 1975—Pak Yung Sun, North Korea * 1973—Hu Yu-lan, China * 1971—Lin Huiqing, China * 1969—T. Kowada, Japan * 1967—S. Morisawa, Japan * 1965—N. Fukazu, Japan * 1963—K. Matsuzaki, Japan * 1961—Qiu Zhonghui, China * 1959—K. Matsuzaki, Japan * 1957—F. Eguchi, Japan * 1956—T. Okawa, Japan * 1955—A. Rozeanu, Romania * 1954— A. Rozeanu, Romania * 1953—A. Rozeanu, Romania * 1952—A. Rozeanu, Romania * 1951—A. Rozeanu, Romania * 1950—A. Rozeanu, Romania * 1949—G. Farkas, Hungary * 1948—G. Farkas, Hungary * 1947—G. Farkas, Hungary * 1939—V. Depetrisova, Czechoslovakia * 1938—G. Pritzi, Austria * 1937—Ruth Aarons, United States/G. Pritzi, Austria (co-champions) * 1936—Ruth Aarons, United States * 1935—M. Kettnerova, Czechoslovakia * 1934—M. Kettnerova, Czechoslovakia * 1933—A. Sipos, Hungary * 1932—A. Sipos, Hungary * 1931—M. Mednyanszky, Hungary * 1930—M. Mednyanszky, Hungary * 1929—M. Mednyanszky, Hungary * 1928—M. Mednyanszky, Hungary * 1926—M. Mednyanszky, Hungary http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_tennis
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