European Universities Table Tennis Championship

Geneva, Switzerland: June 19-23, 2015


The 7th European Universities Table Tennis Championships opened on Saturday, June 20, at the Les Vernets sports hall in Geneva and concluded on Tuesday 23rd of June with the singles finals, medal awarding and closing ceremony.

Over 100 participants from 23 Universities from 14 countries took part in this year’s edition of the event.

From the Opening ceremony...

The Organising Committee was working closely together with the Sports Department of the University of Geneva, local partners and sponsors, as well as with EUSA representatives, to ensure top conditions for the event.

Women's competitions

European University Sports Association (EUSA) was represented by Mr Jose Savoye, EUSA Executive Committee Member, and Mr Andrzej Hrehorowitz, EUSA Technical Delegate for Table Tennis, assisted by Mrs Ekaterina Ovsiannikova.

Men's competitions

Team competitions took place on Sunday, June 21, followed by individuals and doubles on Monday and Tuesday.

Sports hall

The singles competition, also broadcast live online, concluded the Championship and gave the final medallists of this year’s event.

Individual competitions

In men’s singles finals, the title of champion went to Michal Benes from the Technical University of Ostrava (CZE) who has won a thrilling final match against Mateusz Golebiowski from Rzeszow University of Technology (POL).

Doubles women competition

In women’s singles finals, the title of champion went to Anna Blazhko representing the Institute of Economics Management & Law Kazan (RUS), winning an exciting final match against Magadalena Sikorska from the Kozminski University (POL).

Medallists team

Medals and awards were presented by the Head of University of Geneva Sports & Organising Committee Antonia Latella and EUSA Technical Delegate Andrzej Hrehorowicz.

Medal awarding ceremony

The next European Universities Table Tennis Championship will take place in Olomouc, Czech Republic in 2017, and in 2016 Table Tennis will be featured at the European Universities Games in Zagreb-Rijeka.

Event poster

For detailed results, news and more information, please see the official website of the event.




1. Institute of Economics Management and Law Kazan (RUS)
2. Russian State University for the Humanities (RUS)
3.University of Warsaw (POL)
3. Kozminski University (POL)
5. University of Nottingham (GBR)
6. Technical University of Munich (GER)
7. University of Poitiers (FRA)
8. Utrecht University (NED)
9. University of Porto (POR)
10. University of Vienna (AUT)
11. Akdeniz University (TUR)
12. University of Kiel (GER)
13. Dumlupinar University (TUR)



1. Rzeszow University of Technology (POL)
2. Russian State University for the Humanities (RUS)
3. University of Poitiers (FRA)
3. University of Cyprus (CYP)
5. Gdansk University of Technology (POL)
6. Technical University of Ostrava (CZE)
7. University of Geneva (SUI)
8. University of Ljubljana (SLO)
9. Technical University of Berlin (GER)
10. Armenia State Institute of Physical Culture (ARM)
11. Girne American University (TUR)
12. University of Hamburg (GER)
13. University of Vienna (AUT)
14. University of Zurich (SUI)
15. University of Porto (POR)
16. University of Nottingham (GBR)


1.    Michal Benes                      Technical University of Ostrava (CZE)
2.    Mateusz Gołębiowski         Rzeszow University of Technology (POL)
3.    Ondrej Bajger                      Technical University of Ostrava (CZE)
4.    Ramil Mutygullin                  Russian State University for the Humanities (RUS)


1.     Anna Blazhko                   Institute of Economics Mgmt and Law Kazan (RUS)
2.     Magdalena Sikorska        Kozminski University (POL)
3.     Elizaveta Khlyzova          Russian State University for the Humanities (RUS)
4.     Ekaterina Guseva           Institute of Economics Mgmt and Law Kazan (RUS)

MEN DOUBLE                 

1.     Bajger/Benes                  Technical University of Ostrava (CZE)
2.     Kapron/Troka                  Gdansk University of Technology (POL)
3.     Mutygullin/Merzlikin        Russian State University for the Humanities (RUS)
4.     Yiangou/Eftathiou           University of Cyprus (CYP)