2005 OttoBock Korea Open TT Championships
From 2005-10-19 to 2005-10-24 in Seoul (Korea Republic)


Participation

66 players from 9 countries and 3 continents
Table of medals
Rank Country 1 2 3
1 Flag of Korea Republic Korea Republic 8 9.5 10
2 Flag of Germany Germany 3 1 1.5
3 Flag of Slovenia Slovenia 2.5
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Medals


Men's open singles standing
1 Gold JUNG Eun Chang (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver DURAND Christophe (FRANCE)
3 Bronze KIM Young-gun (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Men's open singles standing
1 Gold WOLLMERT Jochen (GERMANY)
2 Silver LEE Cheonsik (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze JUNG Suk-youn (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Men's singles class 3
1 Gold KIM Young-gun (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver SATO Yukihiro (JAPAN)
3 Bronze YANG Heung- Sik (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Men's singles class 4
1 Gold CHOI Il Sang (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver UM Tae-hyung (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze CHOI Kyoung Sik (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Men's singles class 5
1 Gold JUNG Eun Chang (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver CETIN Selcuk (GERMANY)
3 Bronze OKA Toshihiko (JAPAN)

Men's singles class 6
1 Gold THAINIYOM Rungroj (THAILAND)
2 Silver JANG Hyun-ho (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze LEE Ju Hyun (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Men's singles class 7
1 Gold WOLLMERT Jochen (GERMANY)
2 Silver KIM Young Sung (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze PARK Joon Soo (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Men's singles class 8-10
1 Gold JUNG Suk-youn (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver KIM Kwang-jin (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze NAU Andreas (GERMANY)

Men's teams class 4
1 Gold CHOI Kyoung Sik (KOREA REPUBLIC)
1 Gold CHOI Il Sang (KOREA REPUBLIC)
1 Gold PARK Jun-young (KOREA REPUBLIC)
1 Gold UM Tae-hyung (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver KIM Young-gun (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver KIM Chang-whee (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver YANG Heung- Sik (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver KIM Jeong Seok (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze WU Chi-shih (CHINESE TAIPEI)
3 Bronze CHEN Yung-sen (CHINESE TAIPEI)

Men's teams class 5
1 Gold ROSEC Gregory (FRANCE)
1 Gold DURAND Christophe (FRANCE)
2 Silver KIM Byoung-young (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver KIM Jae Jin (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver KIM Ki-young (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze CETIN Selcuk (GERMANY)
3 Bronze TSAI Ching-chin (CHINESE TAIPEI)

Men's teams class 6-10
1 Gold NAU Andreas (GERMANY)
1 Gold WOLLMERT Jochen (GERMANY)
2 Silver JOUNG Jae-min (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver CHOE Chang-ho (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver JUNG Suk-youn (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver BAEK Chang Keun (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze LEE Cheonsik (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze KIM Kwang-jin (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze KIM Young Sung (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze HEO Kwang Eun (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Women's open singles standing
1 Gold PINTAR Mateja (SLOVENIA)
2 Silver KIM Young-soon (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze CHOI Hyun-ja (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Women's singles class 1-3
1 Gold PINTAR Mateja (SLOVENIA)
2 Silver FUJIWARA Satoko (JAPAN)
3 Bronze CHOI Hyun-ja (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Women's singles class 4
1 Gold MOON Sung-hae (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver LIAO Min-hsiu (CHINESE TAIPEI)
3 Bronze JUNG Ji-nam (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Women's singles class 5
1 Gold KIM Young-soon (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver BOYD Joy (AUSTRALIA)
3 Bronze WONG Yau Lin (HONG KONG)

Women's teams class 3-5
1 Gold FUJIWARA Satoko (JAPAN)
1 Gold PINTAR Mateja (SLOVENIA)
2 Silver KIM Young-soon (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver BOYD Joy (AUSTRALIA)
3 Bronze LIAO Min-hsiu (CHINESE TAIPEI)
3 Bronze CHEN Yu-ming (CHINESE TAIPEI)