Stiga International Girls Camp 2013 with Peter Teglas

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Stiga International Girls Camp 2013 with Peter Teglas


Peter Teglas, coach of the Hungarian National Women’s Team, decided to team up with Urban Table Tennis Club and run a professional camp in England for October half term.

Teglas has a remarkable record as National Coach having collected 12 medals with the Women’s National Team (2 gold , 3 silver and 7 bronze) and coming fifth at the World Championships with the trio of Krisztina Toth, Georgina Pota and Petra Lovas.

His records with the junior and cadet national teams is 14 medals (4 Gold, 4 silver, 6 Bronze).  On top of this he is also the coach for the 25 X Champions League Winning Women’s side STATISZTIKA PSC where he coached world-class players including Tamara Boros.

The other coaches will include Gyorgy Szily, who was working with the Junior Boys National team for the past eight years and collected total of 19 medals, with his players including Dora Madarasz, Adam Szudi and Nandor Ecseki .

Urban TTC coaches Tibor Kadar and Gergely Urban will work in the camp alongside the other coaches. Teglas is also bringing a group of eight children from Hungary to join us for the sessions.

The camp will feature all the latest coaching techniques and methods used in the elite table tennis scene. It will provide a great experience for players who decide to sign up for the camp.

The camp will run in the half term 28th October – 1st November every day 12.00-18.30. You can find additional details on the poster. It’s a very rare opportunity to have high-profile coaches and players from Europe providing sessions in England at a club level.

Main Sponsor for the camp Is STIGA who will provide free gifts (skirts and shirts) for the female participants. We are hoping to see you in the training hall.

If you are interested in coming please email [email protected] or call Gergely Urban ‘Urfi’ on 0779 329 2696.

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