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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.
Michelle Wie, traded in her golf club for a ping pong paddle, hosting the “Wie Love Ping Pong” event Saturday at the Republik in Honolulu.
The trials featured the top U.S. and Canadian players under age 12. There was a two-part format.
If the player feels, should be performing at a higher level than presently is, then there’s a good chance that it’s the tactical game that is reason of holding the player back.
In the vast and storied history of the Olympic Games, it’s unlikely there are very many athletes whose march toward the peak of the sporting world — began in a laundromat.
Follow the amazing story of Ibrahim Hamatou, a table tennis player who plays with his mouth after losing his arms as a child.
The show will pit celebrity-vs.-celebrity, corporation-vs.-corporation, and even neighbor-vs.-neighbor in resolving legal disputes -- along with top-level table tennis athletes.
Want better memory, attention, motor learning and moods? Ping-Pong may seem like a simple sport, but it brings a lot to the table.