MDTTC News - January 2017
Club, College, News and Events
Join the Nittaku's ITTF Pongcast as it looks at all the international table tennis action in March. This month the Pongcast reviews all the ITTF events that happened across the globe and all the news within the ITTF.
USA Table Tennis (USATT) is pleased to announce its nationwide application process by which qualified athlete candidates may apply to serve on the USATT Athletes’ Advisory Council (AAC) for the period of January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2020.
Effective May 1, 2016, USA Table Tennis (USATT) will implement a new National Coaching Program which is intended to provide more comprehensive and year-round services to our athletes and key stakeholders.
Recent Meeting Minutes and Actions updates. Respectfully submitted by Lee Kondo, Assistant Secretary.
How to Play Table Tennis in 10 Days is an accelerated table tennis course that will systematically teach you the proper fundamentals of table tennis technique in ten simple steps.
Table tennis makes your brain grow and improves your emotional wellbeing – as revealed by a primetime BBC1 programme.
Once again, as in Indore, the Course Conductor was Richard McAfee of the United States who has conducted all 13 ITTF Courses held in India since the initiative started in 2012.
Forty-five years ago, Cold War tensions between the United States and communist China were lessened thanks to an unlikely diplomatic tool: ping-pong.
For the dozens of players who came to compete in the 2016 California State Open Table Tennis Tournament hosted Easter Sunday at the gym, their “Sunday Best” wasn’t what they were wearing, but their competitive spirit.
It might be the most important rally in ping pong. Ken Lees and his nonprofit organization Ping Pong for Charity are trying to use ping pong to foster friendships and more interaction between different groups of kids in some of our schools.