Home for the ITTF World Hopes Team earlier this year in August, the Lily Yip Training Center in New Jersey is once again been a hive of activity.
Famous for Hollywood, Disney World, the Los Angeles Lakers Basketball team and home of one the SPiN Table Tennis Clubs owned by Oscar winning actress Susan Sarandon, the Californian city of Los Angeles, situated on the west coast of the United States, was the recent host for an ITTF/PTT Level One Coaches Course.
A profitable visit in December 2012 to lead an ITTF/PTT Level One Course followed by Course Conductor Training, the much travelled Richard McAfee from the United States made a recent return to Singapore.
Image courtesy of Joola USA.
Organised under the auspices of the ITTF Development Programme, ITTF/PTT Level One and ITTF Advanced Coaching Manuals are now available as e-manuals.
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In March 2012, the ITTF Board of Directors voted to pass the following resolution, proposed by the Executive Committee and the Athletes' Commission: That the new Poly balls (non-celluloid material) be used at ITTF events as of 1 July 2014.
1984: Nigeria’s Sky Power Men’s Team/Canada’s Carlton Women’s Team Take USOTC’s. 1984: December Tournaments.
There’s nothing an experienced and tactical player likes better than facing a player with big shots but little else. On the other hand, there’s little more scary than an opponent with big shots and ball control to set the big shots up and withstand opponent’s attacks.
Ulf "Tickan" Carlsson about coaching young players, talent and first international tours. Tickan is one of the rare coaches that was world champion as a player and as a coach.
Over 70 players gained at least one point in the Open Singles event to qualify for the Grand Final
Get a sneak peak of the vendor set-up in Las Vegas!
1984: Sue Butler’s “Ping-Pong Diplomacy III and IV.” Play in China and India. Americans in Italy and Germany. Former ITTF President Ivor Montagu is Dead.
The USOC will provide a matching grant if we reach our goal of $35,000! We have 2 months left to raise $1,785!!!