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2016 World Cadet Challenge

20/10/2016 - Shanghai, the most populous of all Chinese cities, is the home for the forthcoming 2016 ITTF World Cadet Challenge. Play commences on Friday 21st October and concludes on Saturday 29th October 2016; the home for proceedings is the China Table Tennis College Training Hall situated in Yangpu District. Throughout different ...

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James Yu (1997-2016)

15/10/2016 - We were shocked and saddened when we heard of James Yu’s tragic death. We knew James as a table tennis player who played table tennis with tremendous passion. We knew him as a young man with a brilliant future ahead of him. We would like to extend our sincere condolences to his family. Here are some comments from our Canadian National ...

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Mo Zhang - Linz AG Froschberg

05/10/2016 - Canadian’s #1 Table Tennis Player Mo Zhang from British Columbia has signed a contract with the Austrian Club Linz AG Froschberg. They successfully started in the League and Mo is leading the individual ranking with 4:0 matches. “We practice 2 times per day from Monday to Friday. During the week we have also 2 fitness training sessions.

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ITTF - New rule for advice during matches in effect from 1st October 2016

03/10/2016 - October 2nd, 2016, the ITTF sent out a note in regards to the effect of the new rule for advice during the matches. Players may receive advice at any time except during rallies provided play is not thereby delayed (3.4.4.1); if any authorised person gives advice illegally the umpire shall hold up a yellow card to warn him or her ...

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Referee Seminar - Carbonear, Newfoundland and Labrador

27/09/2016 - Congratulations are extended to all participants in the recent weekend course. Six candidates attended the course that was offered by Joe Fisher in Newfoundland and Labrador. The six candidates were all successful with the “B” level certification. They will continue on acquiring full certification after the submission of their ...

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Nova Scotia dominating 2016 Para Canadian Championships

25/09/2016 - Drummondville, Québec hosted the 2016 Para Canadian Championships and what a great event it was. The Singles event was a huge success for Nova Scotia with 2 gold medals and 2 bronze medals. Ontario was the strongest in the Wheelchair Singles as they got all 3 medals in this event. 2016 Open category champion Ian Kent said, "It wasn't ...

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2016 Para Canadian Championships

24/09/2016 - Drummondville, Québec is the host for the 2016 Para Canadian Championships. 20 Athletes will challenge each other for the titles in the U23 Open, Standing Open and Wheelchair Open category. Many times Canadian Para Champion Ian Kent is the favourite of these championships in the Open Category.

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Coaching during the game - Rule change starting October 1st 2016

22/09/2016 - 3.5.1.3 Players may receive advice at any time except during rallies provided that continuity of play is not affected (3.4.4.1); if any authorised person gives advice illegally the umpire shall hold up a yellow card to warn him or her that any further such offence will result in his or her dismissal from the playing area.

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5 Canadians on Team North American for the 2016 World Cadet Challenge

20/09/2016 - Shanghai, China will be the host of the 2016 ITTF World Cadet Challenge. The event will taking place from October 21st to October 29th 2016. Throughout different North American tournaments and their world ranking, 4 Canadian Athletes qualified for this event. Ivy Liao and Isabelle Xiong (both from British Columbia), Edward Ly (Québec) ...

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Fourth place finish faboulous for Chan

11/09/2016 - (Sep. 13, 2016 - Rio de Janerio) – The future of table tennis in Canada is very bright after Vancouver, B.C.’s Stephanie Chan finished fourth at the Rio 2016 Paralympics. It was the best ever finish for Canada in table tennis since Martha Johnson claimed bronze at the 1984 Stoke Mandeville Games. “It’s something I will never forget.

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