Jake Duffy’s Seamaster ITTF Training Camp experience

Australia’s Jake Duffy recently attended the Seamaster ITTF Training Camp at the China Table Tennis College, and was provide a scholarship through the ITTF-Oceania Development Program to assist in his attendance. Checkout Jake’s experience below as he reports back on what it was like training in China. Introduction The ITTF SeaMaster training camp held in […]

Tauramoa Miita’s journey

Follow the inspiring story of Tauramoa Miita as he brings us into his daily journey to become a table tennis player. Tauramoa comes from Kiribati, a country facing troubles with rising sea levels, and has gone on to represent his country at the ITTF-Oceania Junior Championships, and also the 2015 ITTF World Cadet Challenge. He […]

Events Officer and Oceania Participation Officer Appointed

ITTF-Oceania is pleased to announce that Ignacio Rizo Patron has been appointed Events Officer, while Rowan Fajerman has taken on the role of Oceania Participation Officer. Ignacio Rizo Patron has a strong background in sports and event management. He completed his tertiary studies at Bond University, attaining a Bachelor of Sport Management. Up until this appointment Ignacio worked […]

Wallis and Futuna holds ITTF Development Week

Wallis and Futuna, located an hour away from Fiji, has a population of just 12,000 people, and although rugby and volleyball are two of the most popular sports on the islands, they may have some competition soon. A year ago they discovered table tennis and since then its popularity has been on the rise. Helping to […]

TT Technician: fifth game in the fast lane 

In this week’s TT Technician we will be looking at the final game of the Men’s Singles 3rd Place playoff at the 2017 ITTF-Oceania Cup between Yoshua Shing (VAN) and Matthew Ball (NZL). It was a historic win for Shing, claiming his first medal in the ITTF-Oceania Cup against an in form Ball, who in […]