Chinese Taipei
AssociationChinese Taipei Korfball Association
IKF membership1985
IKF codeTPE Chinese Taipei
IKF rank2 (Jan. 2017)
World Championships
Appearances9
First appearance1987
Best result3rd place, 4 times
World Games
Appearances8
First appearance1989
Best result2nd place (2017)
Asia-Oceania Championship
Appearances10
First appearance1990
Best resultChampions, 9 times
Asia Championship
Appearances2
First appearance2004
Best resultChampions, 2 times
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The Chinese Taipei national korfball team is managed by the Chinese Taipei Korfball Association (CTKA), representing Taiwan in korfball international competitions.

Tournament history

Overview
Competition 1st place 2nd place 3rd place 4th place
World Championship 0 0 4 2
World Games 0 1 4 2
Asia-Oceania Championship 9 1 0 0
World Championships[1]
Year Championship Host Classification
1987 3rd World Championship Makkum (The Netherlands) 4th place
1991 4th World Championship Antwerp (Belgium)
3rd place
1995 5th World Championship New Delhi (India) 5th place
1999 6th World Championship Adelaide (Australia) 6th place
2003 7th World Championship Rotterdam (The Netherlands) 4th place
2007 8th World Championship Brno (Czech Republic) 5th place
2011 9th World Championship Shaoxing (China)
3rd place
2015 10th World Championship Antwerp (Belgium)
3rd place
2019 11th World Championship Durban (South Africa)
3rd place
World Games[2]
Year Championship Host Classification
1989 3rd World Games Karlsruhe (Germany) 4th place
1993 4th World Games The Hague (Netherlands) 4th place
1997 5th World Games Lahti (Finland)
3rd place
2001 6th World Games Akita (Japan)
3rd place
2005 7th World Games Duisburg (Germany) 5th place
2009 8th World Games Kaohsiung (Taiwan)
3rd place
2013 9th World Games Cali (Colombia)
3rd place
2017 10th World Games Wrocław (Poland)
2nd place
Asia-Oceania Championships
Year Championship Host Classification
1990 1st Asia-Oceania Championship Jakarta (Indonesia)
Champions
1992 2nd Asia-Oceania Championship Delhi (India)
Champions
1994 3rd Asia-Oceania Championship Adelaide (Australia)
Champions
1998 4th Asia-Oceania Championship Durban (South Africa)
Champions
2002 5th Asia-Oceania Championship Delhi (India)
Champions
2004 6th Asia-Oceania Championship Christchurch (New Zealand)
2nd place
2006 7th Asia-Oceania Championship Hong Kong
Champions
2010 8th Asia-Oceania Championship China
Champions
2014 9th Asia-Oceania Championship Hong Kong
Champions
2018 10th Asia-Oceania Championship Saitama (Japan)
Champions
Asia Championships
Year Championship Host Classification
2004 1st Asian Championship[3] Taiwan
Champions
2008 2nd Asian Championship[4] Jaipur (India)[5]
Champions

Current squad

National team in the 2011 World Championship

  • Chou-Ying LI
  • Pin-Fong CHEN
  • Shu-Ping CHU
  • Szu-Yu LIN
  • Wan-Yao LUO
  • Hsiu-Yun LIN
  • Ying-Hsuan HUANG
  • Shih-Jo KAO
 
  • Yu-Liang PAN
  • Chun-Hsien WU
  • Kuo-En CHANG
  • Ling-Fan HUANG
  • Chia-Hao KUO
  • Chen-Yu KAO
  • Chih-Yi CHIU
  • Kuan-Ju HUNG

National team in the 2007 World Championships

  • Hsiang-Ju Chou
  • Yen-Yang Chen
  • Chou-Ying Li
  • Shu-Ping Chu
  • Ching-Yi Fan
  • Li-Jui Hu
  • Hsiu-Yun Lin
  • Ying-Chun Chen
 
  • Chun-Hsien Wu
  • Chih-Yi Chiu
  • Ling-Fan Huang
  • Chia-Hao Kuo
  • Tsung-Chi Yeh
  • Hsiu-Fu Hsu
  • Cheng-Hsun Hsieh
  • Shih-Chieh Lin
  • Coach: Fang-Yi Hsieh

References

  1. ^ "The history of the IKF and the IKF World Championship" (PDF). IKF. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 September 2013.
  2. ^ IKF (ed.). "The history of the IKF and the World Games" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 September 2013.
  3. ^ "Report on the 1 st Asia Korfball Championship". IKF. 14 June 2004. Archived from the original on 4 August 2012. Retrieved 27 December 2011.
  4. ^ "Asian Championship: 1 Chinese Taipei – 2 India – 3 Hong Kong China". IKF. 8 June 2008. Archived from the original on 3 August 2012. Retrieved 27 December 2011.
  5. ^ "Jaipur to host Asian Korfball Championship". The Economic Times. 18 May 2008.