Furthering Opportunities for Disabled, the Solomon Islands Table Tennis Federation

Situated in the South Pacific Ocean to the north east of Australia, the Solomon Islands was the home for a recent ITTF/PTT Level One Coaches Course and Training Camp; proceedings commenced on Monday 15th June and concluded on Monday 22nd June. Organised under the auspices of the ITTF Development Programme and in conjunction with the […]

Team Oceania coach nominations for the 2015 ITTF World Cadet Challenge

The 2015 ITTF World Cadet Challenge will be staged in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt from 23-31 October. The Oceania Table Tennis Federation will be represented by Team Oceania at the upcoming event. The process in selection of coaches for the 2015 World Cadet Challenge will be the same as previous years. Further information about the selection […]

Learning Experience for New Caledonia, Test Awaits in Papua New Guinea

Located in the south west Pacific Ocean, some 750 miles east of Australia, possessing lagoons that have every shade of blue adorning long sandy beaches, Pakistan’s Arif Khan was recently welcomed to the island of New Caledonia by a combination of French and Melanesian warm hospitality. Organised under the auspices of the ITTF Development Programme, […]

A New Lease of Life in Samoa, Olympic Solidarity Course has Immediate Effect

Comprising the two main islands of Upolu and Savai’i, being situated just south of the Equator; Samoa was the destination for Richard McAfee on Friday 15th May. He journeyed to the South Pacific to conduct the first part of a three part Developing a National Sports Structure Course. Supported by Olympic Solidarity and organized under […]

Newly Qualified Kirbati Umpires, Immediate Opportunity to Put Theory into Practice

Home for the 2015 Oceania Challenge staged on Tuesday 12th May; prior to the tournament commencing, Tarawa, the capital of the central Pacific island of Kiribati, was also the host for a Basic Certified Umpires Course. Organised under the auspices of the ITTF Development Programme, the expert on duty to conduct matters was Australia’s Dave […]