And the winner is … 2014 Awards - Administrator, Coach and Official of the Year 2014

Montreal, Québec - August 23rd 2015 - Within the Canadian Table Tennis Community there are many coaches, administrators and official who make important contributions. We salute them for their efforts. In 2014 three individuals were exemplary in the roles they played. They have been appropriately announced the winners of these prestigious National Awards. Announced today at the Annual General Meeting, the Awards for Administrator, Coach and Official of the Year 2014 have been unveiled. The winners demonstrates significant dedication to Table Tennis in Canada at the provincial, national and or international level with noteworthy achievements in 2014.
Administrator of the year - Betty Tweedy Award
Peter Vuong, Alberta 

Under Peter Vuong’s leadership, the ATTA staged a well-organized 2012 Western Canada Open, inspiring a successful bid for the 2014 Canadian Table Tennis Championships in Edmonton. This event was a great success incorporating new and exciting presentation elements. ATTA then went on to host the West Hopes Week in Calgary.  ATTA has moved forwards with significant membership growth and expanded operations to accommodate the increased interests of the public.

Coach of the year - Mariann Domonkos Award
John MacPherson, Nova Scotia

John Macpherson has a history of coaching successes. Most recently he has provided indispensable leadership for disabled players in Canada. Under his guidance several athletes represented the nation at international competitions including the 2014 Para World Championships. The 2014 International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation World Junior Games and the 2014 Copa Championships in Costa Rica.

Official of the Year - Art Barron Award
Greg Dzioba, Manitoba 

He has officiated in many world class events including Olympics, Para Olympics, World Championships, Commonwealth Games and PanAm but his commitment and passion to local tournaments never slowed down. Since 1998, he has played a very active role on the MTTA Officials Development Committee as well as on the MTTA Executive.  At local tournaments, besides referee & umpire duties, he evaluates and helps develop young and upcoming umpires. Greg is respected by many referees around the world and Canada, but also by the players and other officials.