• Short Summary

    The Republic of China re-established its table tennis supremacy at the 33rd World Championships in Calcutta Monday (10 February) by taking both the men's and women's team titles.

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    GV Ke Hain Ai (China) (left) playing Ailesa Lee. (S. Korea) Point to Korea. China leading 20-10 in women's final.
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    CU China serving and wins point for act and match.
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    SV Chinese women pose for press. (2 shots)
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    GV Teams onto dais for presentation. SV Crowd applauds.
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    GV Chinese women receiving Corbillon Cup.
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    GV Hsu Shao-Fa (China) (right) serving to Stepancic (Yugoslavia). China wins point to lead 20-13.
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    GV China serve and win point for set and match. SV PAN Crowd.
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    SV PAN Crowd.
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    GV Chinese men receiving Swaythling Cup and team-member holds aloft in crowd.
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    Initials ET/345 VS 4.20 VS 4.05


    SPORT: TABLE TENNIS
    OUR PRODUCTION NO. 1488/75 INDIA: CHINA REGAINS SUPREMACY WITH DOUBLE WORLD TEAMS VICTORY - SERVICED TODAY REFERRED TO THE "REPUBLIC OF CHINA"-IT SHOULD, OF COURSE, HAVE BEEN "THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA." PLEASE AMEND YOUR DOPE SHEETS ACCORDINGLY.

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    Background: The Republic of China re-established its table tennis supremacy at the 33rd World Championships in Calcutta Monday (10 February) by taking both the men's and women's team titles.

    In the Swaythling Cup men's final they crushed Yugoslavia by five matches to two. And, after a close contest, the Chinese women deposed the title-holders, South Korea, with a 3-2 victory to take the Corbillon Cup.

    China last achieved the "double" in 1965. After that success they temporarily withdrew from international sport. On their return to the world championships in 1971 and 1975 they narrowly failed to gain a team title.

    This year they dominated the men's event but only just overcame the South Korea women whose top player, Ailesa Lee was badly off form.

    This performance has made the Chinese clear favourites in the five individual events which begin on Wednesday (13 February).

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA61PT3B8PL2SXIBHQST05D69JD
    Media URN:
    VLVA61PT3B8PL2SXIBHQST05D69JD
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    12/02/1975
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:48:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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