European Universities Table Tennis Championship
July 15-20, 2019
Over 140 participants representing 27 Universities from 14 countries took part in the 2019 European Universities Table Tennis Championship, which saw five days of riveting action taking place in the quaint Italian town of Camerino.
The Championship was organised by CUS Camerino and the University of Camerino, with 20 male teams and 11 female teams taking part.
Vice Chair of the EUSA Technical Commission Mr Andrzej Hrehorowicz was present in Italy on behalf of EUSA, along with Table Tennis Technical Delegate Mr Matija Krnc and Assistant Technical Delegate Ms Ekaterina Ovsiannikova.
In men’s team competition, the title of champion went to the University of Nisantasi from Turkey who beat Magnitogorsk State Technical University from Russia in the gold medal match.
Russia’s Kazan Innovative University named after V.G. Timiryasov were the gold medalists in the women’s team competition, beating Great Britain’s University of Nottingham to the title.
In men’s doubles finals, Piotr Chodorski and Ihor Zavadskyi from Poland’s State School of Higher Education in Zamosc earned top spot on the podium following their victory over Isakov Ilia and Shvets Kirill from Russia’s Magnitogorsk University.
Russian duo Ekaterina Guseva and Ekaterina Cherniavskaia from Magnitogorsk University claimed the women’s doubles title after defeating Carol Klara and Jazbec Ida from Croatia’s University Of Zagreb in the final.
In men’s singles finals, Ibrahim Gunduz from Nisantasi University in Turkey was named the overall champion after his win over Aleksandr Tiutriumov from Russia’s Magnitogorsk University in the final, while Russia’s Ekaterina Okhotnikova from Kazan Innovative University Named After V.G. Timiryasov claimed the women’s title after beating her doubles partner Daria Shadrina in the final match.
The next European Universities Championship in Table Tennis will take place in Olomouc, Czech Republic in 2021, while Table Tennis players will also be able to showcase their skills at the 2020 European Universities Games in Belgrade, Serbia.
Please visit www.tabletennis2019.eusa.eu for more information.
1 Nisantasi University (TUR)
2 Magnitogorsk State Technical University (RUS)
3 The State School of Higher Education in Zamosc (POL)
3 Rzeszow University of Technology (POL)
1 Kazan Innovative University named after V.G. Timiryasov (RUS)
2 University of Nottingham (GBR)
3 Magnitogorsk State Technical University (RUS)
3 University of Zagreb (CRO)
INDIVIDUAL GOLD MEDALLISTS
1 Ibrahim Gunduz, Nisantasi University (TUR)
1 Ekaterina Okhotnikova, Kazan Innovative University named after V.G. Timiryasov (RUS)
1 Chodorski & Zavadskyi, The State School of Higher Education in Zamosc (POL)
1 Cherniavskaia & Guseva, Magnitogorsk State Technical University (RUS)