Last day to have your say in #BigTTConvo

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Rebecca Hughes

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Players, coaches, volunteers, parents – today is the last day for you to have your say on our sport as part of the Big Table Tennis Conversation.

Thousands of people have shared their views so far, and these answers will help us shape the future of our sport. The survey will help us understand more about who is playing our sport, with the ultimate aim of creating better experiences and value for them to ensure they remain active in the sport for as long as possible.

Anyone who takes part will be in with a chance of winning a great prize, including:

  • 1 of 10 £100 Love2Shop or Amazon voucher
  • £100 Butterfly voucher from Tees Sport
  • 1 of 4 £50 Butterfly vouchers from Tees Sport
  • A one-on-one masterclass with a Team England coach
  • An indoor Loop at Work package for your workplace
  • An indoor Ping in the Community package for your community
  • A place on a Level 1 coaching course for your club
  • A Teachers or Young Leaders course for your school

In addition, we will be giving away signed merchandise and other prizes every week through our social media channels – just use the hashtag #BigTTConvo for your chance to win.

ARE YOU A FEMALE?

We’re particularly keen to hear from more females who play – whether competitively or socially, on a weekly basis or just a few times a year. Your views will help us understand more about your opinions and needs from the sport, and help us encourage more women to take part.

So far the top three types of table tennis females most want to participate in are:

1.       Mixed gender coaching sessions

2.       Play with family and friends

3.       Competitive formats

Do you agree with the above answers or would you rather play in a different way? Click the link below to take part in the #BigTTConvo!

ARE YOU A PARENT OF A YOUNG PLAYER?

We’re also keen to hear from more young people who play to help us develop our strategy to entice and retain more young people into the sport.

So far the top three benefits parents believe their children get from playing the sport are:

  1. For the exercise (80%)
  2. To socialise with peers (70%)
  3. To compete with other junior players (50%)

Is there another reason your child plays? Take part in the #BigTTConvo and let us know!

HOW TO TAKE PART

We estimate the survey will take 5-20 minutes, depending on your responses. However, if you don’t have time to complete it in one go, you can save your answers and finish it another time.

Begin the survey by clicking here.

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