Three days of actions and networking at Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum Berlin crowned many Parkinson’s World champions and left life-long friendship between players across continents. The ITTF Foundation has released a 6-minute documentary that captured the best moments of the tournament.

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ITTF Foundation joined the International Platform on Sport and Development  (sportanddev) in a campaign that aims to reshape sport to better serve the humankind and demonstrate the contribution of sport and physical activity at this critical time.

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Three Afghan athletes will compete in WTT Star Contender Doha and the Asian Table Tennis Championships when the two events start later this month at the Lusail Sports Arena in Qatar.

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Thanks to the generous doners worldwide and the ITTF Group, the #TableTennisUnited Fund has helped local clubs in the Philippines and Ghana to keep youngsters off the street and in school.

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After the success in New York 2019, the ITTF Parkinson’s World Table Tennis Championships (PWTTC) this year saw 135 athletes from 21 countries competing for medals in our favourite sport from September 9 to 11 in Berlin, Germany.

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The Parkinson’s World Table Tennis Championships (PWTTC) is an annual celebration of the social and physical benefits of playing table tennis for people with Parkinson’s. The participants are not only the advocates of the health benefits of the sport, but they are also the inspiration that will lead to positive changes for others who live with the disease.

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The Parkinson’s World Table Tennis Championships (PWTTC) is an annual celebration of the social and physical benefits of playing table tennis for people with Parkinson’s. The participants are not only the advocates of the health benefits of the sport, but they are also the inspiration that will lead to positive changes for others who live with the disease.

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The Parkinson’s World Table Tennis Championships (PWTTC) is an annual celebration of the social and physical benefits of playing table tennis for people with Parkinson’s. The participants are not only the advocates of the health benefits of the sport, but they are also the inspiration that will lead to positive changes for others who live with the disease.

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A new national health policy agenda is emerging for the developed countries. As table tennis will likely become part of a major health and health promotion revolution in the coming two or three decades.

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Paralympics are like the shy sibling of the Olympics. Compared to the Olympians, the Paralympics athletes receives relatively limited attention as media spectacles (Howe 2008). It tells a different story than pure physical excellence. Paralympics are the epic celebration of life, passion and the struggles that come with it.

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