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A

Soviet Union Italy Fliura Abbate-Bulatova: winner of European Championships in 1988.

United States Ruth Aarons: winner of World Championships in 1936, 1937.

South Korea Ahn Jae-Hyung

Romania Maria Alexandru-Golopenta: winner of European Championships in 1966.

Sweden Hans Alser: winner of European Championships in 1962, 1970.

Czechoslovakia Ivan Andreadis

England Skylet Andrew

Sweden Mikael Appelgren: winner of World Cup in 1983; winner of European Championships in 1982, 1988, 1990.

B

Romania Otilia Badescu: winner of European Championships in 2003.

Hong Kong Bao Guio Wong Bik Yiu: winner of Asian Championships in 1954.

Hungary England Viktor Barna: winner of World Championships in 1930, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935.

Hungary Csilla Batorfi: winner of European Championships in 1986.

Germany Patrick Baum

Hungary United States Laszlo Bellak

Sweden Stellan Bengtsson: winner of World Championships in 1971; winner of European Championships in 1972.

Sweden Ulf Bengtsson: winner of European Championships in 1984.

Hungary Zoltan Berczik: winner of European Championships in 1958, 1960.

Austria England Richard Bergmann: winner of World Championships in 1937, 1939, 1947, 1950.

United States Buddy Blattner

Germany Timo Boll: winner of World Cup in 2002, 2005; winner of European Championships in 2002, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012.

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Tamara Boroš

C

China Cai Zhenhua: winner of Asian Championships in 1982.

China Cao Yanhua: winner of World Championships in 1983, 1985; winner of Asian Championships in 1978, 1982.

China Cao Zhen

Sweden Ulf Carlsson

China Taiwan Chen Jing: Olympic gold medal at Seoul 1988; Olympic silver medal at Atlanta 1996; Olympic bronze medal at Sydney 2000.

China Chen Longcan: winner of World Cup in 1986; winner of Asian Championships in 1988.

Chinese Taipei Chen Pao-Poe: winner of Asian Championships in 1953.

China Chen Qi

China England Chen Xinhua: winner of World Cup in 1985.

China Austria Chen Weixing

China Chen Zihe

France Patrick Chila

Taiwan Chiang Peng-Lung: winner of Asian Championships in 2000.

South Korea Choi Kyong Ja: winner of Asian Championships in 1957.

Taiwan Chuang Chih-Yuan

D

Deng Yaping: Olympic gold medal at Barcelona and Atlanta.

South Korea Dang Ye-Seo

China Deng Yaping: Olympic gold medal at Barcelona 1992; Olympic gold medal at Atlanta 1996; winner of World Championships in 1991, 1995, 1997; winner of World Cup in 1996; winner of Asian Championships in 1994.

Czechoslovakia Vlasta Depetrisova: winner of World Championships in 1939.

Romania Daniela Dodean

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Žarko Dolinar

England Desmond Douglas

China Ding Ning: Olympic silver medal at London 2012; winner of World Championships in 2011; winner of World Cup in 2011; winner of Asian Championships in 2009.

China Ding Song

E

Japan Tomie Edano: winner of Asian Championships in 1974.

Japan Fujie Eguchi: winner of World Championships in 1957.

Scotland Helen Elliot

Poland France Alojzy Ehrlich

F

Soviet Union Russia Oxana Fadeeva

China Fan Ying

Hungary Gizella Farkas: winner of World Championships in 1947, 1948, 1949.

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jasna Fazlic

Singapore Feng Tianwei: Olympic bronze medal at London 2012.

Germany Steffen Fetzner

Portugal Marcos Freitas

Japan Naoko Fukazu: winner of World Championships in 1965.

Japan Ai Fukuhara

G

Croatia Andrej Gacina

Soviet Union Russia Svetlana Ganina

France Jean-Philippe Gatien: Olympic silver medal at Barcelona 1992; winner of World Championships in 1993; winner of World Cup in 1994.

China Ge Xinai: winner of World Championships in 1979.

Hungary Gabor Gergely: winner of European Championships in 1978.

Hungary Sandor Glancz

Germany Qianhong Gotsch-He: winner of European Championships in 2000.

Poland Andrzej Grubba: winner of World Cup in 1988.

Bulgaria Daniela Guergueltcheva: winner of European Championships in 1990.

China Guo Yan: winner of World Cup in 2006, 2010; winner of Asian Championships in 2012.

China Guo Yue: Olympic bronze medal at Beijing 2008; winner of World Championships in 2007.

China Guo Yuehua: winner of World Championships in 1981, 1983; winner of World Cup in 1980, 1982; winner of Asian Championships in 1978.

H

Japan Nobuhiko Hasegawa: winner of World Championships in 1967; winner of Asian Championships in 1967, 1970, 1972, 1974.

China Hao Shuai

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vilim Harangozo

China Japan He Zhili: winner of World Championships in 1987; winner of Asian Championships in 1984, 1986, 1988, 1996.

England John Hilton: winner of European Championships in 1980.

Japan Sayaka Hirano

South Korea Hong Cha-Ok

Netherlands Mirjam Hooman-Kloppenburg

Turkey Hu Melek

China Hu Yulan: winner of World Championships in 1973.

Canada Wenguan Johnny Huang

South Korea Hyun Jung-Hwa: Olympic bronze medal at Barcelona 1992; winner of World Championships in 1993

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