Wer schlägt Hasegawa? 1969
Table tennis players based on Hasegawa in the trainers. Title: Who beats Hasegawa? 30 table tennis World Championships 1969 Munich Munich TV Tower. Stills Hasegawa in Spielscenen. Stills Ito in Spielscenen.
The Japanese team at the training. Gymnastics. The Penholder-grip of the racket of the Japanese and the Europeans, large handle. Beats ZL. Japanese table tennis player based in Munich. Play in the Hall.
Game: Eberhard SCHÖLER against Amelin, USSR game: Hasegawa plays against Domicz, Poland.
Photo with game display: Hasegawa defeated Neale, England Hasegawa defeated game Wilfried Lieck, BRD: Anton Spipancic, Yugoslavia, defeated Hasegawa. Photo showing the game of the quarterfinals: Kadam, Japan, defeated Spipancic, Yugoslavia Ito, Japan, defeated Gomozkov, USSR Tasaka, Japan, defeated Inoue, Japan SCHÖLER, Germany, defeated Stanek, CSSR photo showing the game semi-final: ITO, Japan, defeated Kasai, Japan SCHÖLER, Germany, defeated Tasaka, Japan. Final game: Saeed Ito photographers. Game. Slow motion shots. 1st movement: 21:19 for SCHÖLER Jochen Vogel asl audience, great. 2 movement: 21:14 for Saeed slapping viewers. Coach talks with Schöler. 3rd movement: Ito WINS 4th movement: ITO WINS. 5. set: Ito WINS. Ito is widely acclaimed. Schöler attracts tracksuit. Hasegawa claps. Ito weeping with joy on the podium with the trophy. Schöler at award ceremony. Close-up of the weeping Ito.
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Wer schlägt Hasegawa?
30. Tischtennis-Weltmeisterschaft 1969, München (Additional title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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