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  • Phil’s online fitness sessions are on the up

    January 28, 2021

    Phil Coker is a table tennis version of Joe Wicks as he takes his online fitness classes to new levels.

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  • Online course for new Tournament Organisers

    January 27, 2021

    If you want to bring tournament table tennis to your club after restrictions are lifted, our latest online course is just right for you.

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  • EGM: Ballot results

    The votes cast at this week’s EGM have now been counted and verified by the Returning Officer and Scrutineers and can now be published.

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  • “Driving performance progress in a virtual landscape”

    With Lockdown 3.0 in place, our pathway coaches have had to adapt to a completely different set of circumstances to the traditional player coach relationship, […]

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  • How Brighton TTC helped create a Movement

    January 26, 2021

    Brighton Table Tennis Club were in the spotlight as Sport England launched Uniting the Movement, the organisation’s 10-year vision to transform lives and communities through sport and physical activity.

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  • How we’re getting pupils involved in table tennis

    The Jack Petchey Table Donation Scheme supports London and Essex schools by providing equipment packages to develop their table tennis offer for the 10th consecutive […]

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  • TT Kidz goes virtual for schools competition

    Table Tennis England is launching a new virtual competition for schools across England to enter free of charge in the spring term.

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  • Obituary: Jose Rogers, Leicester stalwart

    January 25, 2021

    Jose Rogers, who was a veritable stalwart of table tennis in the Leicester area for over 60 years, sadly died last week. 

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  • Baggaley finds ‘The Flash’ too hot in final

    Andrew Baggaley was defeated in the final of the inaugural World Ping Pong Masters as Germany’s Alexander Flemming finally got his hands on a big prize on English soil.

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  • Applications open for Birmingham 2022 umpires

    January 22, 2021

    Table Tennis England has opened the process of Umpire Selection for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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  • English coaches benefit from ETTU webinar

    A group of English coaches including Chris Turner, Ryan Jenkins, Evie Collier, Jo Green, Shirley Pickering and Matt Porter attended a virtual ETTU coaching webinar based around psychology.

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  • TT Kidz is giving away 50 free Awards Packs!

    Looking for something to keep the kids active with during Lockdown 3.0? We’ve got just the thing! We’re bringing our TT Kidz Awards programme to […]

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  • Baggaley leads field aiming to be Ping Pong Master

    January 21, 2021

    World ping pong champion Andrew Baggaley leads a field of 24 for a behind-closed-doors World Ping Pong Masters tournament this weekend.

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  • Participation Survey: What you told us

    January 19, 2021

    The majority of regular table tennis players say they will return to the sport when lockdown restrictions are lifted, according to our major Participation Survey.

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  • Three clubs win defibrillators

    Find out which three table tennis clubs won full-funded defibrillators in our draw in conjunction with London Hearts.

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  • Could you help steer our competition review?

    January 18, 2021

    Table Tennis England is looking for players, organisers and club officials to help steer our competition review.

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  • Olympic qualifiers postponed

    The European Olympic Qualifying Tournament has been pushed back from February to April.

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  • Pathway funding a big positive, says Pitchford

    January 15, 2021

    England No 1 Liam Pitchford has welcomed UK Sport’s investment of £1.35 million to fund British table tennis through to the Paris 2024 Olympics.

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  • Youth participation holds steady despite pandemic

    January 14, 2021

    The number of young people playing table tennis remained stable in the last year, despite the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest Active Lives Children and Young People Survey.

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  • How ‘wax on, wax off’ is helping our England youngsters

    When members of the England Junior Training Group were given the ‘homework’ of watching The Karate Kid before their latest online session, they might have wondered what relevance it had to their work.

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