USATT and the ITTF proudly presented more than 70 hours of HD coverage of the Americas Challenge Series!
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1984: Sue Butler’s “Ping-Pong Diplomacy III and IV.” Play in China and India. Americans in Italy and Germany. Former ITTF President Ivor Montagu is Dead.
Ulf "Tickan" Carlsson about coaching young players, talent and first international tours. Tickan is one of the rare coaches that was world champion as a player and as a coach.
Congratulations to Olympian Todd Sweeris and Paralympian Terese Terranova. Yvonne Kronlage named Mark Matthews Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient.
Please send letter of interest and resumes to Teodor Gheorghe.
At the London 2012 Paralympic Games, the goal of securing a medal was not achieved by Great Britain’s David Wetherill. Instead he has gained World fame! The Class 6 player has been nominated for an ESPY Award.
Key Documents for 2014 Youth Olympic Games Selection Procedure
"Because the celluloid ball has been with us for a very long time (~100 years) there is a feeling of security and complacency that accompanies it.
US Media Intern Colin McIllece has cataloged all the featured US Open Matches for easy viewing!
Many players have difficulty generating great speed on their regular smashes (i.e. off a relatively low ball, not a lob, which uses a different stroke).
The N&GC puts forth Ross Brown and Jim McQueen to stand for the At Large Board seat through the USATT general election process.
32 top cadets around the world competed in the tournament.
Image courtesy of ITTF.