The ITTF Group has pledged to continue to stand in solidarity with counterparts from Türkiye and Syria, through its long-term concerted efforts in supporting the nation. Following the devastating earthquakes that happened in Türkiye last month, the ITTF Group has activated its Emergency Relief Fund to make it available to the Turkish table tennis community. Established by the ITTF Foundation, it was set up to respond to disasters and provide financial aid to affected parties. During the recent WTT Youth Contender that took place from 19 to 25 March at Antalya, Türkiye, several table tennis players, coaches and parents from the earthquake affected areas were invited to participate in the event, with all expenses such as accommodations and transport all paid for
Notice is hereby given that the 2023 Annual General Meeting will be held in Durban, South Africa on the occasion of the World Table Tennis Championships Finals on Friday 26th May 2023 at 16.00. The agenda will be published on this website prior to Wednesday 26th April 2023, the precise location will be advised as soon as possible. Propositions for amendments to the Constitution should be sent to the Secretary, Harvey Webb (email@example.com) to arrive before Thursday 6th April 2023. It is an election year; therefore, the Executive Committee will be released and a new Executive Committee elected. Therefore, there is a call for applications for the following positions: -PresidentDeputy PresidentTreasurerSecretaryThree further members of the Executive Committee
Staged on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th March in Knokke, former national champions met on the occasion of the Belgian National Championships. Present for the occasion above (left to right): Romain Schalley, Alex Rosmarin, Norbert Van de Walle, Dominique Lohest, Léa Van Heybeeck, Marie-France Germiat, Kristin Van Camp, Cécile Ozer, Philippe Saive, Pierre Juliens, Frans Lankman, Jacques Denys and Jean-Michel Saive. Adrien Rassenfosse and Daria Mytyukova won the respective men's singles and women's singles events.
Organised under the auspices of the ITTF Foundation, staged from Wednesday 1st to Sunday 5th November, Crete, located in the Mediterranean will host the World Parkinson’s Table Tennis Championships, alongside the inaugural World Alzheimer’s Table Tennis Championships and World Table Tennis for Health Congress. World Parkinson's Table Tennis Championships / World Alzheimer's Table Tennis Championships /World Table Tennis For Health
Titles for Aida Dahlen in Platja d'Aro (Photo: Alba Pachero) A three-day tournament, play commencing in Platja d’Aro on Thursday 9th March, a total of 153 men and 51 women from 24 member associations descended on Platja d’Aro for the ITTF Costa Brava Spanish Para Open 2023, a factor 20 tournament for world ranking purposes. ITTF-Costa-Brava-Para-Open-2023-Podium-PlacesDownload ida_ITTF-Fa20-Costa-Brava-Spanish-Para-Open-2023_PlatjadAro_Day1_313-copyDownload