Our survey of the 2021 ITTF Parkinson’s World Table Tennis Championships (PWTTC) participants in Berlin reveals the need for better suited rules and classification system, as well as other insights into the tournament that would benefit future organising committees.

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With her programme Smash Down Barriers, Vea and her team at the TTTF aim to promote social inclusion and acceptance by improving the quality of life for PWD in remote villages on the main island of Tongatapu and the outer islands.

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Express your interest in becoming the organising committee for 2023 and/or 2024 Parkinson’s World Table Tennis Championships between November 1 – 30, 2021.

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Taking the next step on FEMpowerment and gender equity, the ITTF Foundation has become the second entity among the ITTF Group to join around 600 other international organisations in signing the Brighton Declaration.

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As an original member of Nixon’s “Ping Pong Diplomacy” team in 1971, George Braithwaite was an inspiration for the table tennis community worldwide.

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With the support of Dream Building Fund, Talent4Development (T4D) offers weekly table tennis training sessions that help primary students establish daily routines to better channel their talent and open doors to future opportunities.

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World Table Tennis (WTT), the ITTF Commercial arm and the ITTF Foundation, the ITTF Corporate Social Responsibility arm, shook hands last week in the Foundation’s headquarter in Leipzig, Germany. Delighted by the visit of our colleagues Matt Pound, WTT Director; Stephen Duckitt, WTT Events Strategy Director; and Iulia Necula, ITTF Group CEO's Project Director, we were happy to exchange ideas on how to make future table tennis events more socially responsible.

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Upon finishing the WTT Star Contender Doha and the Asian Table Tennis Championships, Afghan players Mustafa Bakhtiyari, Mohammad Hosseini, and Behrooz Daneshmand visited the Afghan evacuees in Villa Park Compound, Doha.

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Comprising 162 pages and over 110 photographs, the publication not only reflects the achievements of one of the all-time greats of sport but of a human being who had to overcome obstacles in life that are nowadays unimaginable.

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Thanks to the generous donors worldwide and the ITTF Group, #TableTennisUnited Fund has supported over 100 initiatives globally since the beginning of the pandemic, and it will continue to be the backbone of the table tennis community, for better and for worse.

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