“I tried to convince all the players I coached NOT to use such glues.”
1985: Tel Aviv Maccabiah Games. 1985: Canadian Junior Championships. 1985: Sean O’Neill, Diana Gee Win National Sports Festival VI. 1985: Junior Olympics/Junior Nationals. 1985: First Masters Games.
“Table tennis is the perfect brain exercise”
“I am very much influenced by the culture of innovation and outside-the-box thinking.”
The youngest and the most senior emerged as the winners of the respective Men’s and Women’s events at the 2014 ITTF-North America Cup in Burnaby on Thursday 27th June.
“If you work closely with the youth, you also work with the future of our sport.”
Outstanding on the ITTF Junior Circuit at the Butterfly 2014 Canadian Junior and Cadet Open, staged earlier in the year in April in Markham; Kanak Jha and Crystal Wang proved the sensations of the first day of play, Wednesday 25th June, at the ITTF-North America Cup in Burnaby.
“It is very important for table tennis to have people in the Olympic Movement.”
"When you become personally involved, it is easier to identify yourself with other people."
Exciting times lay ahead in Burnaby and beyond, the United States, the sleeping giant that secured World titles the 1930s is awakening from its slumber.
“I hope that the ITTF continues to be a leader in promoting Peace through Sport.”
He is now 22 years old in a tournament that sees quite a range in the age spectrum.
1985: E.C. Interests.
"My passion for the rest of my years since then has been Table Tennis."