2014 Table Tennis Year in Review
ITTF Jan. 13, 2015
What an amazing year 2014 was! Take a look back at all the key moments, by watching the year in review!
2014 Coach of the Year Selections
Doru Gheorghe Jan. 13, 2015
Lily Yip (National), Jack Huang (Developmental), Ladislav Sranko (Para), and Yang Yu (Doc Counsilman).
Butterfly Kicks-Off North American Tour with Highly Anticipated 2015 Butterfly Aurora Cup
Barbara Wei Jan. 13, 2015
On January 17-18th, over 300 players will compete at the Vaughan Athletic Center in Aurora, IL (40 miles outside of downtown Chicago) for $8000 of prize money at the 2nd annual Butterfly Aurora Cup.
2015 USATT Direct Athlete Support Program
Doru Gheorghe Jan. 12, 2015
Applications should be emailed to the USATT High Performance Director, Doru Gheorghe by January 31, 2015.
History of USATT - Volume XV - Chapter 7
Tim Boggan Jan. 12, 2015
1986: Nov.-Dec. Tournaments. 1986: U.S. Open Team Championships.
Kumar Eligible to Participate in Para Table Tennis
USATT Jan. 09, 2015
Navin P. Kumar, a 41 year old male table tennis athlete and 5 time open-heart surgery survivor with mechanical heart from Gaithersburg, Maryland, is the newest qualifier with USATT Para Table Tennis eligibility and the first athlete in USATT history with Parkinson's Disease as the qualifying disability.
At Large Director Election Results
Michael Babuin, PhD, P.G. Jan. 07, 2015
The USOC Audit Division has now verified the results of the USATT election for the open At Large Director position. Larry Hodges was declared the winner over Jim McQueen and will serve for a term of 4 years.
Crystal Wang 2014 Highlight Video
Jimmy Butler Jan. 07, 2015
In 2014 a future star was born! Video courtesy of Jimmy Butler.
USATT Hires Richard Finn as National Media and Marketing Consultant
USATT Jan. 07, 2015
USATT CEO Gordon Kaye announced the hiring of long-time sports media strategist Richard Finn as national media and marketing consultant.
Pingpong keeps seniors fit both physically, mentally
Jan. 05, 2015
All the tables are busy with residents, including Lori Brakeman, at left, playing table tennis recently at the Activity Center in John Knox Village in Orange City.