Wales on the World Stage

Our Best Results

Commonwealth, European, World & Olympic/Paralympic Events

 

Wales have won a variety of medals in recent years at Commonwealth level:

 

Commonwealth

 

Stephen Ward & Ryan Jenkins

Men’s Doubles

Glasgow 1997 (Commonwealth Championships)

Bronze

 

Natasha Williams & Bethan Daunton

Women’s Doubles

Glasgow 1997 (Commonwealth Championships)

Bronze

 

Ryan Jenkins & Adam Robertson

Men’s Doubles

Manchester 2002 (Commonwealth Games)

Silver

 

Ryan Jenkins & Adam Robertson

Men’s Doubles

Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia 2004 (Commonwealth Championships)

Gold

 

Ryan Jenkins, Stephen Jenkins & Adam Robertson

Men’s Team

Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia 2004 (Commonwealth Championships)

Bronze

 

Ryan Jenkins, Adam Robertson & Stephen Jenkins

Men’s Team

Melbourne, Australia 2006 (Commonwealth Games)

4th Place

 

Ryan Jenkins & Adam Robertson

Men’s Doubles

Glasgow 2009 (Commonwealth Championships)

Bronze

 

Ryan Jenkins, Adam Robertson, Stephen Jenkins & Stephen Gertsen

Men’s Team

Glasgow 2009 (Commonwealth Championships)

Bronze

 

Charlotte Carey, Chloe Thomas & Megan Phillips

Women´s Team

Surat, India 2015 (Commonwealth Championships)

Bronze

 

 

World Championships

At World Championships in April 2001, the Welsh men’s team finished in 29th spot at the Team event in Osaka, Japan – this was the best result in recent times

 

European Youth Championships

Adam Robertson won a Silver Medal in Singles at the European Youth Championships in 2001

Charlotte Carey won a Bronze Medal in Doubles at the European Youth Championships in 2013

 

Paralympics

Rob Davies - Gold (Rio 2016)

Sara Head, Rob Davies and Paul Davies all won medals at the London Paralympic Games in 2012

A full History of our Disability players and their success
From 1987 to present times
Welsh players major achievements.xls
Microsoft Excel sheet [22.0 KB]