Having first competed at the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games, Hsing advanced past the first stage, but really turned heads two years later in London!
The grants are provided to facilitate the growth of Paralympic sport programming for disabled Veterans and disabled members of the Armed Forces.
Champions were crowned and upsets were rampant on the second day of play at the St. Louis Open.
Danny Seemiller created the “Elite Event” at the first ever St. Louis Open to encourage and develop American table tennis players.
The award is presented to an athlete, team, coach or official in recognition of an outstanding act of fair play and sportsmanship displayed during the past year.
Minutes, Motions, and Reports of USA Table Tennis Leadership.
By Bill McGimpsey and Ben Nisbet
38 players, representing all the major Hawaiian Islands plus the US Mainland, played table tennis in the beautiful small town of Waimea, on the Big Island of Hawaii. April 4-6 made a great time for a table tennis tournament. The weather was beautiful.
Keeping the game fun in Omaha with two of Ariel's biggest supporters!
Obviously disappointed by his early departure in the “Elite Singles” event on Saturday, Mark Hazinski (2530) was looking for revenge in the Sunday Open Singles event.
10 events concluded play on the first day of the St. Louis Open, including but not limited to the highly anticipated US citizen only “Elite Event”.
Fourth seed in the “Elite Singles” event, Joey Cochran (2399) was the least likely out of the top 4 seeds to take home the championship title.
Restricted to only U.S. citizens, this event will feature some of today’s most dedicated American table tennis players.
Congrats to Prachi Jha and Kanak Jha on their outstanding performances at the Butterfly 2014 Canadian Junior & Cadet Open.
Second seed in the “Elite Singles” event, Samson Dubina (2490) hopes to cause an upset to become the first ever “Elite Singles” Champion at the 2014 Butterfly St. Louis Open.