London 2012 Olympic Games – Singles Titles to China

The Singles Events at the London 2012 Olympic Games have been played, and new champions have been crowned. In the Women’s Singles event, the Asian countries of China, Singapore, Japan and Korea continued to display why they are the best in the world.   The Bronze Medal Match saw a showdown between Kasumi Ishikawa (JPN) […]

New Caledonia hosts Training Camp for Oceania Juniors

Following the the 7th New Caledonia Open Championship, and for the second time this year, a Junior Oceania Training Camp was organized by the New Caledonia Table Tennis Association. The three day programme was a complete success, thanks to a significant number of players, but also to an overall high level of skill. Fourteen tables […]

Sarah Tan of Australia selected in ITTF WFIM Team

Australia’s Sarah Tan has been selected as the Oceania Representative in the ITTF ‘With The Future in Mind’ Team to participate in a Training Camp held prior to the 2012 Korean Junior Open in Daejon, Korea. Sarah will join athletes from around the world in the Training Camp, and at the conclusion of the camp […]

Day 3 – London 2012 Olympic Games

Day 3 saw the final Oceania athlete competing in the Singles Event at the 2012 London Olympic Games. William Henzell (AUS) was out to write the record books in Australian Table Tennis and book his place in the last 16 of the London 2012 Olympic Games. The man standing in his way was Vladimir Samsunov […]

Day 2 – London 2012 Olympic Games

Following the most successful day in Australian Table Tennis Olympic history, with all four athletes claiming an opening round win, day 2 saw only two athletes still in contention for the medals. Jian Fang Lay (AUS) lined up against Li Xue of France in the second round of the Women’s Singles event. In a match […]