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2014 Para National Team Coaches

Keith Evans
Keith Evans - National Para Coach
Birthplace:  Kingston, Jamaica

Hometown:  Kingston
Current Residence:  Fort Worth TX
Affiliation: Texas Wesleyan University

Coaching career:
Keith Evans has been coaching professional table tennis for over 20 years. He has been a member of the Texas Wesleyan University coaching staff since 2004. He coached the RAMS to the NCTTA team title for the past six consecutive years.  Prior to Wesleyan, Keith served as Jamaica Table Tennis Association National Coach. He coached the Jamaican Table Tennis Team in the 1996 Olympics. Since February 2007, Keith has been serving as US National Cadet Coach.  Keith was the Assistant Head Coach for the 2011 Para Pan Am Games and will also serve in that capacity in London at the Paralympics in 2012. Keith was recently named the National Para Coach.

 Stellan Bengtsson Stellan Bengtsson - Executive Para Coach

Playing Career

  • World Championships - Men's Singles Champion (1971), Men's Doubles Champion (1973), Team Champion (1973)
  • European Championships - Men's Singles Champion (1972), Men's Doubles Champion (1976), Team Champion (1980, 1974, 1972, 1970, 1968)
  • European Top 12 - Champion (1980, 1973)
  • European Youth Championships - Junior Singles Champion (1970), Junior Doubles Champion (1970)
  • Swedish National Championships - 25 Gold Medals (7 x Singles Champion)

Coaching Career 

  • 3 years ATSV in Saarbrucken, Germany
  • 2 years Super Donic in Berlin, Germany
  • 4 years Swedish National Team
  • 5 years Danish National Team
  • 15 years Falkenberg Table Tennis Club in Sweden
  • 1 year Aspire Sports Academy in Doha, Qatar

Stellan and Angie's Website

Angie Bengtsson Angie Bengtsson - Consulting Para Coach

Playing Career
  • USA World Championships (1977, 1975, 1973)
  • US National Championships - Women's Doubles Champion (1982, 1980, 1979, 1978) 
  • National Sports Festival - Women's Singles Champion (1982), Mixed Doubles Champion (1982)

Hall of Fame Inductions

Stellan & Angie's Website