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China wins 4 more titles at junior table tennis worlds
Latest Updated by 2006-12-21 16:48:09
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China won four more titles at the 4th World Junior Table Tennis Championships which concluded here on Sunday, increasing the number of their total tally of golds at this championships to six.

In girls' doubles final, Mu Zi and Wenjia of China beat their team mates Feng Yalan and Wu Yang 4-0, while the two bronzes of the match went to Germany and Japan.

In boys' doubles final, Jiang Haiyang and Wu Hao of China scored a 4-2 victory over fellow Chinese Xu Ke and Xu Ruifeng. Portugal and Japanese teams each secured a bronze in the semifinals.

In girls' singles final, Feng Yalan beat left-handed Wenjia 4-2in an all-Chinese final, while their team mates Wu Yang and Muzi each secured a bronze in the semi-finals.

In boys' singles final, Xu Ke lost to Kenta Matsudaira of Japan 2-4, which was the only gold that slipped off China's hand. The two bronzes went to Germany and Japan.

Earlier in mixed doubles final on Saturday, Mu Zi and Xu Ke scored a 4-0 victory over Jiang Haiyang and Wen Jia, while Wu Hao and Feng Yalan of China secured a bronze in the semifinals, so did the German team.

The eight-day championships opened on Dec. 10 at the Cairo Stadium, with the participation of 192 athletes from 43 countries and regions.

Editor: Donald

By: Source:China View website
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