Olympic Champions Ding Ning & Ma Long named 2016 ITTF Table Tennis Stars
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Next week's U.S. Olympic table tennis trials are set to include an 11-year-old girl and a 93-year-old man, but perhaps the most intriguing participant is Wang Chen.
Tahl Leibovitz is a Paralympic gold medalist, is currently ranked #8 in the world in Class 9, and has over 25 years of table tennis experience as both a player and coach.
Chinese Taipei's table tennis superstar Chuang Chih-Yuan takes on the ITTF Ask a Pro Anything challenge! Watch to learn more about this table tennis champion as he tries to answer questions from his fans.
This tournament turned out to be a great success. It was the first time that the tournament was run only by middle and high school students. Furthermore, they reached out to seek sponsors to fund the tournament, raising money with a final goal of a charity event for poor children overseas.
It takes skill, courage, stamina, and joy to become a champion table tennis player and Miss Estee Ackerman of West Hempstead has what it takes.
Timothy Wang and Lily Zhang are among five Olympians who will be targeting a place in the United States’ Rio 2016 table tennis team after USA Table Tennis announced 81 athletes will compete at their trials.
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