Two Bronze medals, 3 quarter final and some great experiences

Our National Junior Team Players are coming back from the 2015 World Cadet Challenge with 2 Bronze Medals and some great experiences. A full week of training and competition with players and coaches from many different countries around the world.

The North American Teams won both the Bronze medal in the Girls and Boys team competition. 

Individual results

Jeremy Hazin 9th
Ivy Liao 12th
Laura Lai 19th
Jason Liu 26th

The Boys & Girls Doubles reached the quarter final stage where the boys lost against the later winner and the girls against the runner ups. The mixed doubles where randomly selected, therefore Jeremy Hazin played with Loubna Djedjik from Algeria and they lost against the later gold medal winner in the quarter final. 

The World Cadet Challenge is now a well-established event for the "next generation' of stars; the best cadet players in the world meet in a mixture of practice, competftion and education. Another success element lies in the fact that each country is only represented by one player for each team per gender, apart from the host nation and North America. This global representation provides a fair chance for a large number of countries to participate in this unique event.

All results and more information on the 2015 Cadet Challenge can be found on the ITTF EVENTS page.