World Juniors History

The official World Junior Championships started in 1980, although there had been an unofficial  men’s team event operating since 1972. Prior to 1980 there was no individual event to accompany the unofficial team events, which tended to be played in conjunction with existing junior open championships.

Until 2009 the events were held biannually, but since then both individual events have been held annually, with the team event alternating between Boys and Girls.

YEAR, VENUE, BOYS IND, BOYS TEAM, VENUE, GIRLS IND, GIRLS TEAM

2020, Australia, —, —, —, —, —
2019, Malaysia, Mostafa Asal (Egy), —, Malaysia, Hania El Hammamy (Egy), Egypt
2018, India, Mostafa Asal (Egy), Egypt, India, Rowan Elaraby (Egy), –
2017, New Zealand, Marwan Tarek (Egy) ,—, New Zealand, Rowan Elaraby (Egy), Egypt
2016, Poland, Eain Yow Ng (Mas), Pakistan, Poland, Nouran Gohar (Egy), —
2015, Netherlands, Diego Elias (Per), —, Netherlands, Nouran Gohar (Egy), Egypt
2014, Namibia, Diego Elias (Per), Egypt, Namibia, Habiba Mohamed (Egy), —
2013, Poland, Karim El Hammamy (Egy), —, Poland, Nour El Sherbini (Egy), Egypt
2012, Qatar, Marwan Elshorbagy (Egy), Egypt, Qatar, Nour El Sherbini (Egy), —
2011, Belgium, Marwan Elshorbagy (Egy), —, USA, Nour El Tayeb (Egy), Egypt
2010, Ecuador, Amr Khalid Khalifa (Egy), Egypt, Germany, Amanda Sobhy (Usa), —
2009, India, Mohamed Elshorbagy (Egy), —, India, Nour El Sherbini (Egy), Egypt
2008, Switzerland, Mohamed Elshorbagy (Egy), Pakistan, —, —,—
2007,— ,— ,— , Hong Kong, Raneem El Welily (Egy), Egypt
2006, New Zealand, Ramy Ashour (Egy), Egypt, —,— ,—
2005 , —, —, —, Belgium, Raneem El Welily (Egy), Hong Kong
2004, Pakistan, Ramy Ashour (Egy), Pakistan, —,— ,—
2003, —, —, —, Egypt, Omneya Abdel Kawy (Egy), Egypt
2002, India, James Willstrop (Eng), Pakistan, —,— ,—
2001, —, —, —, Malaysia, Nicol David (Mas), England
2000, Italy, Karim Darwish (Egy), England, —,— ,—
1999, —, —, —, Belgium, Nicol David (Mas), Egypt
1998, USA, Ong Beng Hee (Mas), England,— ,— ,—
1997, —, —, —, Brasil, Tania Bailey (Eng), England
1996, Egypt, Ahmed Faizy (Egy), England, —, —,—
1995, —, —, —, Australia, Jade Wilson (Nzl), Australia
1994, New Zealand, Ahmed Barada (Egy), Egypt,— ,— ,—
1993, —, —, —, Malaysia, Rachael Grinham (Aus), Australia
1992, Hong Kong, Juha Raumolin (Fin),  Australia,— ,— ,—
1991, —, —, —, Norway, Cassie Jackman (Eng), England
1990, Germany, Simon Parke (Eng), England,— ,— ,—
1989, —, —, —, New Zealand, Donna Vardy (Eng), England
1988, Scotland, Del Harris (Eng), Australia,— ,— ,—
1987, —, —, —, England, Sarah Fitz-Gerald (Aus), England
1986, Australia, Jansher Khan (Pak), Australia,— ,— ,—
1985, —, —, —, Ireland, Lucy Soutter (Eng), Australia
1984, Canada, Chris Robertson (Aus),  Australia,— ,— ,—
1983, —, —, —, Australia, Robin Friday (Aus), —
1982, Malaysia, Sohail Quaiser (Pak), Pakistan,— ,— ,—
1981, —, —, —, Canada, Lisa Opie (Eng), —
1980, Sweden, Peter Nance (Aus), Australia,— ,— ,—

Complete historical results and information:

Men’s Team & Individual Records

Women’s Team & Individual Records

Summary of Winners’ Nationalities

Country, Boys IND, Boys TEAM, Girls IND, Girls TEAM

Australia, 2, 5,  3, 3
England, 3, 4, 5, 5
Egypt, 11, 5, 10, 7
Finland, 1, , ,
Hong Kong, , ,, 1
Malaysia, 2, , 2,
New Zealand, , , 1,
Pakistan, 2, 5, ,
Peru, 2, , ,
USA, , , 1,

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