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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 - Players may receive advice at any time except during rallies provided that continuity of play is not affected (; 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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Hazin and Zhang strong, but no 2017 World Team Cup experience for Canada

10/09/2016 - A clash of North American Nations went down on Saturday September 10 2016 as the USA and Canada went head to head on a single center table at ICC Table Tennis Center in Milpitas, CA. The winners come from the United States in both the Women’s and Men’s Team competition and therefore qualified for the 2017 ITTF World Team Cup.

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Let the Games begin - 2016 Paralympic Games

07/09/2016 - The Rio 2016 Paralympic Games Table Tennis action will begin from 8th September till 17th with 29 medal matches from both Singles and Team events. The Men’s and Women’s Singles events will follow a round robin format in the preliminary rounds with the winner and the runner up of each group progressing to the next phase, which will be ...

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Table Tennis at its best - Emilia Cabrera's journey to Japan

05/09/2016 - Tokyo, August 2016 - For the second year in a row, Canadian National Junior Team Athlete Emilia Cabrera is finding herself in Japan to prepare for the new Table Tennis Season. Her family lives in Japan and that is how she managed to find a club in Tokyo to practice the sport she loves. Her Japanese journey started with a one week ...

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Female Athlete Health

01/09/2016 - The International Olympic Committee has launched an e-learning tool on "Female Athlete Health”.
The objective of this tool is to educate female athletes and coaches on various components of the female athles´s health including injury prevention, overtraining, nutrition, sport psychology and several other aspects.

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Table Tennis Canada is pleased to announce that Pradeeban Peter-Paul has accepted the position of National High Performance Centre Coach in Markham, ON.

30/08/2016 - Peter-Paul had a long career as a national team player on Canada’s national team; for much of his career he was Canada’s #1 man on the team. He came close to major upset wins against some of the world’s top players a number of times, most memorable his 2-0 lead against Timo Boll at the Beijing Olympics, one of the best players at the ...

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Para Training in preparation for the 2016 Paralympic Games

29/08/2016 - Our Paralympian Stephanie Chan is preparing for the 2016 Games in Rio. Practicing with her is Para National Team Coach John Macpherson and National Para Athletes Curtis Caron and Gabriel Séguin at the Texas Wesleyan University. They will be training with Paralympians Tahl Leibovitz and Pam Fontaine from the USA.

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