Agnes Simon

Agnes Simon (birth name Almasy, * 21. June 1935 in Budapest - some sources give the 25 as birthday. June) is a well-known Tischtennisspielerin on. From 1953 into the 70's it belonged to the world point. It started for 3 different nations - Hungary, the Netherlands and Germany - and obtained numerous successes, among other things with the participation in 9 European and 9 world championships.


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career/development

Hungary

born in Budapest played Agnes Simon also first for Hungary. As a Ungarin it was represented with 4 world championships. It occupied point places in each case with the Hungarian crew. 1957 won it the world championship in the double as well as Livia Mossoczy, by defeating the English double DIANE Rowe/Ann Haydon in the final game.

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left and went the Netherlands at the end of of 1957 Hungary into the Netherlands. With the world championship 1959 in Dortmund it was not used however in the Netherlands lady team. However it began as a “Dutchwoman” in the individual competitions. 1960 started it with the European championship.

With the international German championships 1960 in Berlin it became in the single and in the Mixed first.

Germany

1960 changed Simon to Germany and followed for the TT-association DSC emperor mountain. Only in March 1962 - briefly before beginning of the European championship in Berlin - it gave the world union ITTF, the European TT-federation ETTU and the Netherlands TT-federation the release for the DTTB on which Simon could arise also internationally for Germany.

For Germany it began with further 4 TT-world championships and 8 European championships. At first attempt it became 1962 in Berlin Europameisterin in the single. Also with the German lady crew it occupied the 1.Platz, in the double became it second. Success with the lady team repeated itself 1968 in Lyon.

Also national Simon was successful: 3 time German Meisterin in the single and 6 times in the double, 5 first places with the federal rank list tournament as well as with the crew of emperor mountain 19 German championships and 13 cup victories are most important successes.

Between 1962 and 1976 it denied 93 official international matches for Germany.

End of the 70's withdrew itself Simon from the achievement sport something, although it still in the 80's in the 1. Federal league arose.

Agnes Simon lives in Moers and is still in Duisburg active. It was married with the TT-Verbandstrainer Bela Simon (in the meantime (1996) deceased).

successes

  • national one German championships
    • 1966 Osnabrück - 2.Platz single, 2.Platz Mixed (with Eberhard Schöler)
    • 1967 Berlin - 1.Platz single, 1.Platz double (with Edit book wood), 2.Platz Mixed (with Erich Arndt)
    • 1968 Böblingen - 2.Platz single, 1.Platz double (with Edit book wood), 1.Platz Mixed (with Eberhard Schöler)
    • 1969 Hagen - 1.Platz single, 1.Platz double (with Edit book wood), 2.Platz Mixed (with yokes Leiss)
    • 1970 Frankfurt/Main - 4.Platz single, 2.Platz double (with Rosemarie Seidel), 2.Platz Mixed (with yokes Leiss)
    • 1971 Hanover - 4.Platz single, 1.Platz double (with DIANE Schöler)
    • 1972 Karlsruhe - 1.Platz double (with DIANE Schöler), 1.Platz Mixed (with Klaus Schmittinger)
    • 1973 Munich - 4.Platz Mixed (with Klaus Schmittinger)
    • 1974 Saarbruecken - 1.Platz double (with Wiebke Hendriksen)
    • 1975 Hanover - 2.Platz single, 4.Platz double (with Wiebke Hendriksen)
    • 1976 meals - 1.Platz single
    • 1977 Berlin - 2.Platz single, 2.Platz double (with Monika Stork)
    • 1978 Luebeck - 4.Platz single, 2.Platz double (with Monika Stork)
    • 1979 Ruesselsheim - 2.Platz double (with Monika Stork)


  • participation in 9 world championships
    • 1953 in Bucharest: Start for Hungary
      • round of the last sixteen in the single, quarter final double, 3.Platz with Hungarian crew
    • 1954 in Wembley: Start for Hungary
      • 2.Platz with Hungarian crew
    • 1955 in Utrecht: Start for Hungary
      • quarter final double, 4.Platz with Hungarian crew
    • 1957 in Stockholm: Start for Hungary
      • 1.Platz in the double (with Livia Mossoczy), 4.Platz with Hungarian crew
    • 1959 in Dortmund: Start for the Netherlands (only individual)
      • quarter final double
    • 1963 in Prague: Start for Germany
      • round of the last sixteen in the single, quarter final double, 9.Platz with German crew
    • 1965 in Ljubljana: Start for Germany
      • round of the last sixteen in the single, 6.Platz with German crew
    • 1967 in Stockholm: Start for Germany
      • round of the last sixteen in the single, quarter final double, 6.Platz with German crew
    • 1971 in Nagoya: Start for Germany
      • 7.Platz with German crew
  • participation in 9 European championships
    • 1960 in Zagreb: Round of the last sixteen single
    • 1962 in Berlin: 1.Platz single, 2.Platz double (with Inge Harst), 2.Platz Mixed (with Eberhard Schöler), 1.Platz with lady team
    • 1964 in Malmö: Quarter final single, 6.Platz with lady team
    • 1966 in London: Quarter final single, 3.Platz double (with Edit book wood), 4.Platz with lady team
    • 1968 in Lyon: Round of the last sixteen single, quarter final double, 1.Platz with lady team
    • 1970 in Moscow: 2. Place double (with DIANE Schöler), quarter final Mixed, 7.Platz with lady team
    • 1972 in Rotterdam: Quarter final double, 2.Platz with lady team
    • 1976 in Prague: 3.Platz double (with Monika Kneip)
    • 1978 in Duisburg: only individually
  • Europe Top 12
    • 1971 in Zadar: 5.Platz
    • 1972 in Zagreb: 11-place
    • 1973 in Böblingen: 9.Platz
  • Europacup of the national masters with DSC emperor mountain
    • 1965: 2.Platz
    • 1966: 1.Platz
  • of European Nancy Evans Cup (“fair cup”) with DSC emperor mountain
    • 1971: 1.Platz
    • 1981: 1.Platz
  • international championships
    • 1957 Scandinavia: 2.Platz single
    • 1958 England: 1.Platz single
    • 1958 Austria: 1.Platz single
    • 1958 England: 1.Platz single
    • 1958 Scandinavia: 1.Platz single, 1.Platz double (with Birgitta Tegner, SVE)
    • 1959 Scandinavia: 2.Platz single, 3.Platz double (with Birgitta Tegner, SVE)
    • 1960 Berlin: 1.Platz single (start for NED), 4.Platz double (with G.Roland), 1.Platz Mixed (with Bert Onnes)
    • 1960 England: 1.Platz single
    • 1960 Scandinavia: 1.Platz single
    • 1961 Belgium: 1.Platz single
    • 1961 Berlin: 1.Platz single, 4.Platz double (with G.Müller)
    • 1961 France: 1.Platz single, 1.Platz Mixed (with Dieter Michalek)
    • of the 1961 Netherlands: 1.Platz single, 1.Platz Mixed (with Eberhard Schöler)
    • 1961 Scandinavia: 1.Platz single
    • 1962 St.Ingbert: 1.Platz single, 1.Platz double (with Inge Harst), 1.Platz Mixed (with Eberhard Schöler)
    • 1962 France: 1.Platz single
    • 1962 Scandinavia: 2.Platz single, 2.Platz double (with Inge Harst)
    • of the 1962 Netherlands: 1.Platz Mixed (with Eberhard Schöler)
    • 1965 Frankfurt/Main: 2. Place Mixed (with Eberhard Schöler)
    • of the 1965 Netherlands: 1.Platz double (with Edit book wood)
    • 1966 Luebeck: 2.Platz double (with Edit book wood)
    • 1968 pointing hole: 1.Platz double (with Edit book wood)
    • of the 1968 Netherlands: 1.Platz double (with Edit book wood)
    • 1969 Belgium: 1.Platz single, 1.Platz double (with DIANE Schöler)
    • 1969 Scandinavia: 1.Platz single, 2.Platz with lady team
    • 1970 upper living: 1.Platz double (with DIANE Schöler)
    • of the 1970 Netherlands: 1.Platz single
    • 1973 Poland: 1.Platz double (with Susanne Wenzel)
  • federal rank list tournaments
    • 1962 in Berlin: 1.Platz
    • 1965 in Berlin: 1.Platz
    • 1966 in pointing hole: 1.Platz
    • 1967 in Hagen: 1.Platz
    • 1968 in Saarbruecken: 2.Platz
    • 1972 in two-bridges: 4.Platz
    • 1975 in Hattersheim: 1.Platz
  • German crew championships with DSC emperor mountain
    • 1962: 1.Platz
    • 1963: 1.Platz
    • 1965 - 1972: 1.Platz
    • 1975 - 1978: 1.Platz
    • 1981: 1.Platz
    • 1982: 1.Platz
    • 1984: 1.Platz
    • 1988: 1.Platz
  • German crew cup championships with DSC emperor mountain
    • 1964 - 1969: 1.Platz
    • 1971: 1.Platz
    • 1972: 1.Platz
    • 1976 - 1979: 1.Platz
    • 1981: 1.Platz
  • Germany cup (with WTTV (West German TT-federation)
    • 1966 in Neckarsulm: 1.Platz
    • 1968 in Hückeswagen: 1.Platz
  • of associations
    • 1960 - 2001 DSC emperor mountain
    • 2002 - 2004 Bavarian Uerdingen (2002 to 2004)
    • 2004 Duisburg
  • rank lists
    • 1962: 1.Platz in the German rank list
    • 1963: 1.Platz in the German rank list
    • 1965 - 1967: 1.Platz in the German rank list
    • 1969: 1.Platz in the German rank list
    • 1962: 1.Platz European federation ETTU
    • 1978: 7.Platz world union ITTF


 

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