May 2016

Olufunke Oshonaike is a known name in Nigerian sports and for more than two decades, she has represented Nigeria at various international competitions, while she remains the most successful female table tennis player in Africa having won more medals than

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The Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of Split in Croatia, in co-operation with International Table Tennis Federation and European Table Tennis Union recently announced the launching of a University Degree Study Programme in Sports Coaching especially designed for table

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Finland’s Benedek Olah first trip to Africa ended in celebration after the Finnish claimed his first ITTF World Tour title at the 2016 Premier Lotto Nigeria Open on May 22. Also, Jieni Shao’s second trip to Africa ended well as

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Sarah Hanffou is not only competing at the 2016 ITTF Premier Lotto Nigeria Open, she is giving back to the society through her NGO, Pings Sans Frontières when she donated some equipment to the Nigeria Table Tennis Federation (NTTF). At

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She started his playing career as a junior player for France and when a call from her motherland came, Sarah Hanffou answered her native country when she decided to play for her fatherland, Cameroun as a senior player. And her

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Table tennis has continued to grow in leap and bound as the 2016 World Team Championship in Malaysia made history as the most followed competition in the ITTF calendar.   According to ITTF Promotion Manager, Matthew Pound, social media and

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European super-powers, Portugal, Russia and Hungary as well as African giant, Egypt including 11 others have confirmed their participation in this year’s ITTF Premier Lotto Nigeria Open (Lagos 2016). With the expiration of registration last week, this year will witness

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