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         Table Tennis General Sports:     more books (56)
  1. Sizzling Chops and Devilish Spins: Ping-Pong and the Art of Staying Alive by Jerome Charyn, 2001-11-15
  2. Young Players: Table Tennis by Bernie Blackall, Damien Davies, 1991-04-30
  3. Ball Games: Soccer, Table Tennis, Handball, Hockey, Badminton, and Lots, Lots More (Zeke's Olympic Pocket Guide) by Jason Page, 2001-03
  4. International Table Tennis Federation Directory
  5. International Table Tennis Federation Rules 1993-1995
  6. International Table Tennis Federation Handbook
  7. International Table Tennis Federation Handbook
  8. International Table Tennis Federation Rules
  9. International Table Tennis Federation Directory
  10. From Bound Feet to Olympic Gold in China: The Case of Women's Table Tennis by Deng Yaping, 2002
  11. Sizzling Chops and Devilish Spins: Ping-Pong and the Art of Staying Alive by Jerome Charyn, 2001-11-15
  12. A Guide To Better Tennis by Michelle Tason, 2010-02-15
  13. Lawn Tennis Explained - The Ultimate Lawn Tennis Guide! AAA+++ by W.O.S., 2009-10-21
  14. My Secret Life As a Ping-pong Wizard (Hank Zipzer, the World's Greatest Underachiever) by Henry Winkler, Lin Oliver, 2006-01

61. University Of Westminster
Harrow Campus The Harrow sports Hall has a recently 5a-side football, hockey, cricketnets, table tennis, and a to staff, students and the general public at

62. City Of Cupertino. Tennis Miscellaneous
Dropin fee for this program is $5 for the general public and free to current passholders. tabletennis Instruction The sports Center now offers table
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Cupertino Tennis Club:
The Cupertino Tennis Club is co-sponsored by the City and is open to residents and non-residents. CTC offers regular tournaments, interclub play, social events, and sponsors teams, which compete in the USTA Nor-Cal Leagues. The club utilizes the Sports Center for tournaments and other events. Membership application forms may be obtained at the Cupertino Sports Center.
For information:
please call Bea Greene at (408) 973-1747. Yearly Fee: Resident Family $25, Non-resident Family $30, Resident Single $20, Non-resident Single $25. Friday Drop-in Tennis: The Sports Center offers an ongoing program designed to give players of varying ability levels the opportunity to meet and play with other players in a fun non-competitive atmosphere. The participants meet on court at 7pm and play until 10pm. This program is open to the first 28 paid participants each Friday. The cost is $7 per person for the general public and $2 for current CSC passholders. Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 6:00am to 10:00pm Saturday and Sunday 8:00am to 4:00pm Handball/Racquetball: The facility has two handball/racquetball courts with ladder boards for in-house competition. The general public may make same-day reservations and participate on the ladders. For information on our handball ladder, please contact Jack Murphy at (408) 996-3641.

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    Speed Skating, sports general, Squash. Stickball, Sumo Wrestling, Surfing.Swimming Diving, table Soccer, table tennis. Tae Kwon Do, Tchoukball, Toli.

    66. IBSA - International Blind Sports Federation - Technical Department Section /
    Technical Department Section / Showdown. general Information. Sometimes it is mistakenlyreferred to as table tennis for the blind because it is a table game.
    About I.B.S.A. News Technical Dept. Competitions ... Extranet Technical Department Section / Showdown
    General Information
    Showdown is a fast-moving sport originally designed for people with a visual impirment, but you don´t have to be blind to play! Sometimes it is mistakenly referred to as table tennis for the blind because it is a table game. However, it does not have courts marked on the table, therefore points are scored by hitting the ball into a goal pocket. Sighted people and those with disabling conditions other than blindness find this game challenging. Planos Showdown Joe Lewis, a totally blind Canadian, invented the game in the 1960´s. he wanted to find a sport which could be played recreationally and/or competitively without sighted assistance. Over the years, Patrick York, a Canadian athlete who is also totally blind, collaborated with Lewis on refinements to the rules and equipment. Showdown was an international success at its debut as a recreational sport during the 1980 Olympiad for the Physically Disabled in Arnhem, Holland. International interest was sparked and Showdown has been played recreationally at the: 1984 Olympics for the Disabled in Long Island, USA; 1988 Paralympic Games in Seoul, Korea; 1990 World Youth Games in St. Etienne, France; 1990 World Championships in Assen, The Netherlands; 1992 Paralympic Games in Barcelona, Spain; and most recently at the 1996 Paralympic Games in Atlanta, USA. The sport is inexpensive to start up, requires minimal maintenance, and can be played in a room the size of a classroom or meeting room. The only equipment needed is the specially designed table, two paddles, special ball into which metal bee bees have been inserted, and perhaps a glove for the batting hand. Sound produced by the bee bees rolling around inside the ball indicates the location of the ball during the play.

    67. Rules Of Table Tennis
    general Play The game of table tennis involves hitting the ball back and forth overthe net until either a player misses the ball or hits the ball into the net
    General Introduction
    Table Tennis is a game played on a table by two or four contestants with a small celluloid ball and small rackets, often called bats or paddles. The table is 9 ft. by 5 ft. (2.74 m x 1.52 m) with its upper surface 30 in. (76 cm) above the floor. The table is divided into opposing courts by a net 6 inches (15.24 cm) high. It is divided lengthwise by a white stripe that runs down the center of the table. The stripe is only used during doubles play. The surface of a standard table has a resiliency such that a standard table tennis ball, when dropped from a height of 12 inches (30.5 cm), will rebound to a height of from 8.75 to 9.75 inches (22.2 to 24.8 cm). The white celluloid ball is hollow and about 1.5 inches (3.81 cm) in diameter and about 0.088 ounces (2.5 g) in weight. The rackets may be made into any shape but are usually oval. They are typically made of wood and faced with sandpaper, rubber, or sponge. The surface may be dimpled or smooth.
    Play of the Game
    General Play: The game of table tennis involves hitting the ball back and forth over the net until either a player misses the ball or hits the ball into the net. In the case of either infraction, the opponent scores a point.

    68. YITM : Sport Examined : Links
    general sports. sports AZ. table tennis International table tennis Federation http// International tennis Federation http//;

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    69. Sports Federations - ONOC
    612) 9707 6913 (office) State sports Unit Tel Oceania table tennis Federation, 38Hilton Road Claremont NSW 2000, AUSTRALIA, Mr. Clive Lee, Secretary general
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    QLD 4220 AUSTRALIA Bill Bailey Executive Director Tel: (61 7) 5535 8231 Fax: (61 7) 5535 9426 Email: IAAF Regional Development Centre The Sth Australian Athletics Stadium Railway Terrace, Mile End, S.A. P O Box 57 Kensington Park South Australia 5068 AUSTRALIA Fletcher McEwen Director, Tel: (618) 8354 2619 Fax: (618) 8354 1219 Email: BADMINTON Oceania Badminton Confederation 1/162 Labouchere Road, Como Western Australia 6152, AUSTRALIA Mr. Donald G. Stockins President Tel (61 8) 9474 1877 Fax (61 8) 9264 1599 Email:

    70. Alexa Web Search - Subjects > Sports > Table Tennis
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    71. BUBL UK: Sports Governing Bodies
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    72. Huntsman World Senior Games 2002
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    73. General Information
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    10:00 am to 11:00 pm 2:00pm to 11:00 pm
        Services Student Non-Students Billiards $5/hr per table $7/hr per table Table Tennis $3/hr per table $5/hr per table Table Soccer $3/hr per table $5/hr per table Air Hockey $3/hr per table $5/hr per table Video Games Pinball Machines Chess Free Free Playing Cards Free Free Misc. Board Games Free Free THE ZONE
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        Free Billiards, Table Tennis, Table Soccer, Air Hockey, Board games, Music and/or Cable TV. Robotic Massager area (The Zone) is also included. Video games are available at cost per play. Game Room Hours may be Extended at Cost. Flat Rate Costs Paid by Group.

    74. UK Sports Shop Selling Specialist SPORTS Equipment Online - Pro Sport
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    75. Sport - Undergraduate Studies - The University Of Nottingham
    gold medal and world championship table tennis winner Deng 2 squash courts, a fitnesssuite, tennis courts, a for hockey, soccer and general sports training, a
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    A sports bursary scheme is available for outstandingly talented students who have reached international/regional standard or, in some instances, county level in any sport. Several past bursars have competed in the Commonwealth Games and Olympic Games. Representative teams
    An elite coaching fund is available to support several University sports teams/squads, including association football, rugby union, basketball, badminton, rowing, cricket, hockey, netball, squash and tennis. The Athletic Union
    Sport on campus is co-ordinated by the Athletic Union (AU) which runs and funds over 70 sporting clubs, ranging from Akido to snowboarding. These clubs compete at the highest level in the British Universities Sports Association (BUSA) championships, and the University is consistently placed in the top ten (out of 147) of the BUSA league. Nottingham is a major sporting city - famous for its two major football clubs and first-class rugby union, cricket and ice hockey teams. Not to mention the National Water Sports Centre, with its international rowing and canoeing facilities, and one of EuropeÕs largest Lawn Tennis Association tennis centres boasting eight indoor courts.

    76. - History - Index By Sport
    Ice Skating. Ice Yachting; Indoor Lacrosse; Indoor Soccer; InLine Skating; Intercollegiatesports (general). Top of Page J. sports. Top of Page M. T. table tennis
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    77. Untitled Document
    sports, including basketball, volleyball, tennis, table tennis, and swimming Educationfor excellence in sports education support of the general Association for
    Physical Education
    Sports at NCTU Sports Facilities and Equi pm ent ... Sports and Physical Education Administration Sports at NCTU The objective of all NCTU sports programs is to encourage students to form the habit of taking regular exercise, to cultivate health and discipline in mind and body, and to instill in students a wholesome sense of sportsmanship and citizenship. The university administration has stressed the role of sports programs in an NCTU education ever since the reactivation of the university in Taiwan. Careful consideration has been given to the planning and design of sports facilities and equipment, the physical education curriculum, and extracurricular sports activities. [ BACK TO TOP Sports Facilities and Equipment A wide range of sports facilities may be found on the university campus, including standard track and field facilities; a well-equipped gymnasium, with a weight training room considered one of the best in Taiwan, audio/visual classroom, an aerobics classroom, a table tennis room, and a self-defense classroom; a badminton building; six PU hard courts; two lawn courts; fifty and twenty-five meter swimming pools; eleven outdoor basketball courts; five volleyball courts; two large- scale soccer fields; a small-scale soccer field; a softball stadium and a baseball stadium. [ BACK TO TOP Physical Education Programs BACK TO TOP Varsity Sports Teams NCTU has an active varsity sports program. The university's varsity sports teams have turned in outstanding performances in the National Cup for Universities and Colleges in recent years, particularly in the volleyball, table tennis, baseball and tennis competitions. NCTU currently fields varsity teams in nine men's sports, including volleyball, football, baseball, table tennis, badminton, tennis, track and field events, and swimming. There are varsity teams in five women's sports, including basketball, volleyball, tennis, table tennis, and swimming.

    78. Welcome To Stanford Intramurals
    League sports – Basketball, Volleyball Single Elimination Events tennis Mixed Doubles,table tennis Singles, Billiards Please click here for general IM Rules
    Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation
    IMers - Welcome to Spring Quarter,
    Please click here
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    Spring Quarter sign-ups (frames version).
    If you prefer a non-frames version, click here Congratulations to Winter Quarter Champions:
    Basketball : Wilbur Legends (D2), and Bachelorettes (Women's)
    4x4 Volleyball : No Skillz (D1), Tell Your Sister (D2), and Donner Gone Wild (Co-ed)
    Table Tennis : Three Guys with Balls
    Billiards : Two Thumbs Up
    Please be sure to read all the information on this page!
    Spring Quarter Offerings Introduction Rules and Regulations When Are Sign Ups ... Schedule of Spring Quarter Leagues For Spring Quarter 2003, Stanford Intramurals will offer the following sports: League Sports - Soccer, Softball, and Volleyball (6x6) Single Elimination Events - Badminton Doubles, Tennis Singles, and Sand Volleyball One Day Event - Triathlon We will be using the same procedure for Intramural Spring Quarter sign-ups as we did for Winter Quarter. Please click here for General IM Rules and Regulations.

    79. Table Tennis
    Discussion. Selected table tennis discussion from Generalinformation. Canupnet WWW of sports - table tennis table tennis World table /man-sp-tt

    80. Table Tennis Links - UK Sports Directory - Clubs, Leagues And Associations
    UK sports Directory comprehensive local table tennis links covering clubs, leagues, associations and useful sources. Includes English county index, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, coaching and events sections.

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