BUDAPEST, Oct. 24, 2016 - Hu Melek of Turkey competes with Fu Yu of Portugal in the women's singles final match at the 2016 ITTF European Table Tennis Championships in Budapest, Hungary, on October 23, 2016. Hu Melek beat Fu Yu 4-1 and claimed the title.

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Emmanuel Lebesson beat Simon Gauzy 4-1 and claimed the title of the event.Emmanuel Lebesson of France competes with his compatriot Simon Gauzy in the men's singles final match at the 2016 ITTF European Table Tennis Championships

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Gold medalist Emmanuel Lebesson (2nd L) of France, silver medalist Simon Gauzy (1st L) of France, bronze medalists Timo Boll (2nd R) of Germany and Jakub Dyjas of Poland pose on the podium during the awarding ceremony for the men's singles event at the 2016 ITTF European Table Tennis Championships

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Gold medalist Hu Melek (2nd L) of Turkey, silver medalist Yu Fu (1st L) of Portugal, bronze medalists Li Jie (2nd R) of Netherlands and Elizabeta Samara (1st R) of Romania pose on the podium during the awarding ceremony for the women's singles event at the 2016 ITTF European Table Tennis Championships

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Kristin Silbereisen and Sabine Winter beat another German duo Shan Xiaona and Petrissa Solja 4-3 and claimed the title.Kristin Silbereisen (L) and Sabine Winter of Germany compete during the women's doubles final at the 2016 ITTF European Table Tennis Championships

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Kristin Silbereisen and Sabine Winter beat another German duo Shan Xiaona and Petrissa Solja 4-3 and claimed the title of the event in the final on Sunday.Kristin Silbereisen (L) and Sabine Winter of Germany pose on the podium during the awarding ceremony for the women's doubles event at the 2016 ITTF European Table Tennis Championships

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