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World Table Tennis Day isn’t always just about bats and balls. In Kiribati, table tennis enthusiasts hit the streets on the 6th April to celebrate the sport they love with a walk and talk. The event took place in South Tarawa, the capital of Kiribati, aimed to promote and raise awareness to the public about the importance of sport through peace and friendship. Organised by Smash Down Barriers staff and volunteers in partnership with Te Toa Matoa, an NGO
which advocates for people with a disability, the day was a success, with a large group turning out for the walk. Find...
There’s just six days to go until the 2018 World Team Table Tennis Championships in Halmstad, Sweden.  While no teams from Oceania will be in the Championship Division this year, fans will be able to see three teams from the region battling it out in Division 2 and 3. New Zealand will be out in force in Men’s Teams Division 3. Donning the black and white will be Matthew Ball, Alfred Dela Pena, Dinyar Irani, and Dean Shu. The same lineup made an impressive run at the recent...
ITTF-Oceania is excited to announce that the Australian Open will be staged in Geelong, Victoria from the 24-29 July. As part of the ITTF World Tour, the Platinum Series event will see the world’s best athletes coming to Australia to compete for over 315,000USD in prize money. The event will be an opportunity to promote table tennis and capture the public’s interest. The tournament will also increase the local competitive scene, providing a promising high performance environment for Oceania athletes. “ITTF-Oceania is excited to host the ITTF World Tour platinum event, and provide opportunities for Oceania based athletes to participate
The ITTF-Oceania Hopes Week & Challenge is part of the global Hopes Program; one of ITTF’s many development initiatives targeting global reach and overall growth of table tennis. Every year since the launch of the Hopes Program in 2009, talented players and their coaches have gathered around the world, united through the symbol of the Hopes. The 2018 edition of the event took place in Townsville, Australia, will athletes and coaches from all over the Oceania region attending the intensive training and competition program. The number one goal of the initiative...

Tapper’s homegrown gold – ITTF-Oceania

When Melissa Tapper won gold at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games she was making history. The 3-1 win against Nigeria’s Faith Obazuaye in the final of the TT6-10 Women’s Singles will be engraved in the record books. In front of a home crowd Tapper had won Australia’s first gold medal in table tennis at a Commonwealth Games. Tapper went in to the match as the clear favourite, but the Aussie new too well that once out on the court, being favourite means little. “In sport, sometimes things don’t go