A Royal Welcome in Solomon Islands Red Carpet for Development Officer

Situated in the Pacific Ocean, north east of Australia, the Solomon Islands was the home for an Olympic Solidarity Technical Course from Thursday 13th to Thursday 20th September 2012 with Honiara, the capital, situated on the island of Guadalcanal being the home. Organised in conjunction with the International Table Tennis Federation and the Oceania Table […]

Double Happiness supports Dreams in Tokelau

Tokelau, a non-self governing territory of New Zealand, is made up of three atolls, situated 500km north of Samoa. The combined population between the three atolls is 1,500 and has a total area of less than 12km2. The International Table Tennis Federation became the first international sporting body to visit Tokelau in 2010 when Scott […]

Korea vs ITTF WFIM – 50th Anniversary of the KJTTF

Sarah Tan of Australia represented Oceania at the Korea vs ITTF ‘With The Future in Mind’ Challenge Match to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Korean Junior Table Tennis Federation. The ITTF WFIM Team was made up of athletes from all six continents, and the challenge match included Junior Boys and Girls, and Cadet Boys […]

ITTF Hot Spot Training Camp – Auckland, New Zealand

The ITTF Hot Spot Training Centre located at the Auckland Table Tennis Stadium will be hosting a Training Camp in the lead up to the 2012 New Zealand Open. For full details about the Training Camp, please follow this link http://www.sportsground.co.nz/Article.asp?SiteID=19309&ArticleID=18726

Norfolk Island Development Visit

Aim to Increase Numbers An island of just over 1,200 inhabitants, the major aim was to increase the numbers of people playing table tennis. “The current members of the association hold regular training sessions; however there is a lack of junior athletes, therefore the aim of the week’s visit was to run introduction sessions at […]