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08/22/10
6:14 p.m. (ET)
Table Tennis
TABLE TENNIS: Ariel Hsing Misses Quarterfinal Round at 2010 Youth Olympic Games The inaugural Youth Olympic Games in Singapore started the table tennis section and Ariel Hsing (San Jose, Calif.) started with a couple wins before dropping a pair of close contests prior to the quarterfinal round. Hsing, who is ranked No. 2 in the United States, lost the first match Sunday against Isabelle Li of Singapore, 3-1. Up next, Hsing was shutout by Korea’s Ha Eun Yang, 3-0.
06/06/10
10:07 a.m. (ET)
Table Tennis
U.S. Women’s Team Finishes 16th at ITTF World Team Championships MOSCOW, Russia – The U.S. Women’s table tennis team surprised many at the 2010 International Table Tennis Federation World Team Championships with a 16th-place finish, May 23-30. The U.S. squad’s average age is 19 years old, with four of the five members no older than 14. Leading the way was U.S. Olympian Jun Gao (El Monte, Calif.), who can be considered the matriarch of the team at 41 years old. The other members of the senior team were Californians: Ariel Hsing (San Jose), 14; Natalie Sun (Mountain View), 14; Erica Wu (Arcadia), 14; and Lily Zhang (Palo Alto), 13.
04/26/10
7:54 p.m. (ET)
Table Tennis
TABLE TENNIS: New York’s Landers Falls Short in Qualifying for the 2010 Youth Olympic Games Michael Landers (Old Westbury, N.Y.), who is the youngest to ever win the men’s singles title at the 2009 USA Table Tennis National Championships, was trying to secure a spot at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games International Qualifying Tournament in Valencia, Venezuela, April 24-25. Landers was supreme through the last qualifying event for the United States, but fell short by losing to Germany’s Florian Wagner in the finals, 4-2.
04/26/10
6:56 p.m. (ET)
Table Tennis
TABLE TENNIS: Team USA Sweeps Medals at Venezuela ITTF Hopes Boys Singles Tournament The American team was superb at the International Table Tennis Federation Hopes Boy’s Singles Tournament in Valencia, Venezuela, April 19-23, where they collected the gold, silver and bronze medals. Team USA was led by champion Allen Wang (Turnersville, N.J.), runner-up Ethan Chua (Bakersfield, Calif.) and third-place finisher Jonathan Ou (Longwood, Fla.).
04/13/10
8:40 a.m. (ET)
Table Tennis
TABLE TENNIS: Californian’s Ariel Hsing Earns World No. 3 Ranking for Under-15 Girls 2010 U.S. Senior National Team member Ariel Hsing (San Jose, Calif.) earned the World No. 3 ranking for Under-15 Girls by the International Table Tennis Federation. Hsing, who was last rated No. 5, climbed up two position after winning the 2010 Italian Cadet Open for Cadet girl’s in late March.
04/13/10
8:38 a.m. (ET)
Table Tennis
TABLE TENNIS: Missouri’s Alexander Yao Falls Short in Qualifying for 2010 Youth Olympic Games Auckland, New Zealand – Alexander Yao (Chesterfield, Mo.) attempted to qualify for the 2010 Youth Olympic Games by competing at the 2010 YOG International Qualification Event on April 10. Yao, the second-ranked American eligible for qualification, was 1-2 overall at the tournament.
03/03/10
10:39 a.m. (ET)
Table Tennis
USA Table Tennis Team Trials Features Young Male and Female Stars Michael Landers and Ariel Hsing America’s star table tennis athletes Michael Landers (Old Westbury, N.Y.) and Ariel Hsing (San Jose, Calif.) will highlight the 2010 USA Table Tennis National Team Trials on March 4-5 at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas. This youthful pair will be joined by 14 other top athletes as they vie for top honors of making the USA Table Tennis National Team.
02/03/10
7:07 p.m. (ET)
Table Tennis
New York’s Michael Landers Misses Qualification for Youth Olympic Games San Salvador, El Salvador – Michael Landers (Old Westbury, N.Y.) fell short in qualifying for the 2010 Youth Olympic Games after the third day of table tennis at the Pan American Classifying Tournament. He still has several other opportunities to qualify the United States boy’s position later this year.
02/02/10
9:18 p.m. (ET)
Table Tennis
New York’s Michael Landers Finishes Second on Day 2 of Pan American Classifying Tournament for Youth Olympic Games San Salvador, El Salvador – The United States boy’s table tennis team has one more chance of qualifying for the 2010 Youth Olympic Games at the Pan American Classifying Tournament. Michael Landers (Old Westbury, N.Y.) lost to Rodrigo Tapia of Ecuador, 4-3, in the best-of-seven finals competition.