Table tennis championship – OTTF http://ottf.org/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 14:34:01 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://ottf.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-25T010803.862-150x150.png Table tennis championship – OTTF http://ottf.org/ 32 32 UAAP: UST leads men’s table tennis https://ottf.org/uaap-ust-leads-mens-table-tennis/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 09:14:00 +0000 https://ottf.org/uaap-ust-leads-mens-table-tennis/ Alvin Sevilla led UST’s 3-0 start to the UAAP’s ’85 season collegiate table tennis tournament. UAAP media. MANILA, Philippines — The University of Santo Tomas (UST) relied on the clutch experience of super senior Alvin Sevilla to overpower the University of the Philippines (UP), 3-1, and complete a draw at three on Day 1 of […]]]>
Alvin Sevilla led UST’s 3-0 start to the UAAP’s ’85 season collegiate table tennis tournament. UAAP media.

MANILA, Philippines — The University of Santo Tomas (UST) relied on the clutch experience of super senior Alvin Sevilla to overpower the University of the Philippines (UP), 3-1, and complete a draw at three on Day 1 of the UAAP 85 Season Collegiate Table Tennis Tournament, Sunday at Makati Coliseum.

Meanwhile, De La Salle University and Far Eastern University have taken the lead on the women’s side as both hold win-loss records of 3-0.

The Tiger Paddlers, looking for three peats, also took care of Eastern University (UE) and Ateneo de Manila University after a first draw and before defeating the Fighting Maroons.

Sevilla needed to fend off a first-set backhand to stop UP’s Benz Florida, 14-16, 12-10, 11-8, 11-9, in the third singles game.

“Stay focused lang. Focus again on championship lang kami sa goal namin na makuha ‘yung. Back to zero lang ulit, walang standing. Magtrabaho lang uli,” Sevilla shared on the mindset of the crew.

The Blue Eagles sit second in the men’s division with a 3-1 win-loss record after wins over Adamson University, Far Eastern University (FEU) and EU in that one loss facing the UST.

The Soaring Falcons follow suit at 2-1, while the Fighting Maroons currently round out the top four at 2-2.

The defending UST women’s champion and her season 82 runner-up Ateneo are behind leaders Lady Green Paddlers and Lady Tamaraws.

UST Lady Paddlers suffered a 1-3 defeat from La Salle, while the Blue Eagles lost a narrow loss to FEU at 2-3.

Lady Tamaraw Reshma Bagongon came from behind two games to snatch victory over Ateneo’s Ana Calvo, 6-11, 9-11, 11-9, 11-9, 11-7, in the deciding singles match.

The first round of eliminations will take place on Monday, with UST looking to stay the course on the men’s side, while La Salle and FEU lock down the guns on the women’s side.

Meanwhile, in the junior division, De La Salle-Zobel kicked off the defense of her girls’ and boys’ title, also on Sunday at the same venue.

The Junior Green Paddlers swept their day one assignments to go 3-0 for the first lead. The defending champions needed just three matches in all of the day’s fixtures to win against UP Integrated School (UPIS), Ateneo High School and Adamson.

Carlos Docto and Gabriel Ravanzo and ended Zobel’s thrilling day with a marathon 11-5, 11-6, 11-13, 5-11, 11-6 ahead of Nichol Lozano and Bnedict Rabaya of Adamson in the doubles match .

On the other hand, Junior Lady Green Paddlers completed a similar 3-0 sweep on the day without losing a single game to enter pole position after Day 1 with wins over Ateneo, UPIS and UE.

Juliliana Yamson and Kimberly Amandy needed four sets to dispatch UE’s Resala Balamal and Paula Dela Cruz, 11-13, 11-3, 11-7, 11-6, to complete the day’s sweep for Zobel.

UST picked up two wins on the day for a 2-0 record in the boys’ division, while UE are half a tie behind at 2-1. Adamson was the other school to bag an opening day victory.

On the girls’ side, UST are also 2-0, while Adamson and UE followed with win-loss records of 2-1 and 1-2, respectively.

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8 Chicago Sports Gift Ideas for 2022 https://ottf.org/8-chicago-sports-gift-ideas-for-2022/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 14:34:28 +0000 https://ottf.org/8-chicago-sports-gift-ideas-for-2022/ Season’s greetings! It’s that time of year again folks. After the fall lasted about as long as a 40-yard run from Justin Fields, we’ve finally reached the holiday season. We hope you haven’t sent this wish list to Santa Claus yet. Because this time around, we’ve got a whole new list of Chicago sports gift […]]]>

Season’s greetings! It’s that time of year again folks. After the fall lasted about as long as a 40-yard run from Justin Fields, we’ve finally reached the holiday season. We hope you haven’t sent this wish list to Santa Claus yet. Because this time around, we’ve got a whole new list of Chicago sports gift ideas for 2022.

Enjoy!

Chicago 2022 Sports Gift Guide

Bobblehead Bear

Everyone wanted a Fathead to put in their room when they were kids. But now that we’re all grown up, the walls of the cave of men deserve much better.

While our number one Chicago sports gift idea doesn’t have to be wall decor – unless you have some floating shelves that need a few trinkets – it’s sure to be a hit for the football fan. in your life ! Foco, a company that sells sports equipment for virtually every team, has a Chicago Bears action figure collection available for sale.

It doesn’t matter if your gift’s favorite player is Justin Fields, Velus Jones Jr. or Eddy Pineiro, there are plenty of bobbleheads to choose from!

A Chicago Cubs cover.

Chicago Cubs Comfort

Although you may find it difficult to use them during the hot baseball summer months, this collection of Chicago Cubs pillows and blankets by Wrigleyville Sports is sure to increase the comfort level in any Northside fan’s home.

If you’re shopping for a pillow, you have the choice between a Cubs jersey pillow or a pennant pillow, and if blankets are more your style, you can’t go wrong with the Wrigley Field Blanket to honor the iconic baseball stadium.

A Chicago Blackhawks indoor putting green, the perfect Chicago sports gift.

BPutting Green

Looking to practice your short game from the comfort of your own home while the Blackhawks play live on your TV? Well, look no further than that Chicago Blackhawks Edition Indoor Practice Green by Rallyhouse.

At 72 inches long, you’ll never miss a putt 6 feet or less after a few practice sessions on this green. Also, if the significant other isn’t quite sold on it, don’t worry, according to the features, “Doubles as a runner when not in use”.

You can’t beat this!

A pair of Chicago Bulls slippers.

Bulls Shoes

It’s no secret that high-end shoes and the National Basketball Association couldn’t exist without each other. Whether it’s athletes sporting the latest and greatest kicks as part of their pre-game outfits, or superstars sporting limited-edition sneakers during the game, shoes play an important role. in the league.

We featured some Bears bobbleheads by Foco earlier, and now we’d like to introduce you to their range of Chicago Bulls shoesr. Keep your piggies cozy this winter with a new pair of slippers, or get a new set of slides for the pool next summer. Either way, you will always represent the Bulls!

A White Sox wall sign.

White Sox Wall Decor

Etsy has lots of special gifts for Chicago White Sox fans enjoy. But, if you were to ask us which item was our favorite to include in our Chicago 2022 sports gift guide, we’d have to go with it. this 3D metal wall logo.

The creator on Etsy is called 3Dprintguy and, in our professional opinion, we wouldn’t want someone else to make a 3D sign for us. The White Sox Logo Wall Decor is created using powder coated steel and is handmade, so you know it’s built with care. In addition to the White Sox logo, 3Dprintguy also offers options for Bears and Bulls decor, as well as many college options.

Two people wearing Kahleah Copper's 2021 WNBA Finals t-shirts.

Chicago Sky 2021 WNBA Finals Tee

Take the chilliest moment of the Chicago Sky’s championship race with you anywhere with this 2021 WNBA Finals Tee by RedBubble. The jersey features 2021 Finals MVP Kahleah Copper and her merciless stare at Sophie Cunningham in Game 2 of their series. With plenty of t-shirt colors to choose from, you’ll be hard-pressed not to find one for the Sky fan in your life.

Oh, and if you’re shopping for a Kahleah Copper fan, she also has his own set of bobbleheads available from Foco.

If you’re a fan of Kahleah Copper, she also has her own bobblehead available from Foco.

A Chicago Fire themed ping pong table.

Portable Pong Chicago Fire FC

Practice your game of ping pong wherever you go and represent your favorite MLS team with this Chicago Fire themed pop-up ping pong table from Rallyhouse.

Despite this gift being the most expensive option on our list of Chicago sports gift ideas, it’s probably one of our favorites. You can prop it up in the man cave or take it with you to your next tailgate and host a table tennis tournament on the fly. Or, for adults, a classic game of beer pong is another fun option that would work perfectly with this gift.

Whatever gift idea you choose, whether you’re treating yourself this year or shopping for a Chicago sports fan close to your heart, we hope you enjoyed this year’s edition of the guide. Chicago sports gifts!

Happy Holidays!!

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Achanta Sharath Kamal, table tennis champion, will receive the Khel Ratna on November 30 https://ottf.org/achanta-sharath-kamal-table-tennis-champion-will-receive-the-khel-ratna-on-november-30/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 16:35:00 +0000 https://ottf.org/achanta-sharath-kamal-table-tennis-champion-will-receive-the-khel-ratna-on-november-30/ The nation’s highest sporting honor will be presented to table tennis star Achanta Sharath Kamal on November 30 at Rashtrapati Bhavan by President Draupadi Murmu. Achanta Sharath Kamal, table tennis champion, will receive the Khel Ratna on November 30 For the Arjuna Award this year, 25 athletes were nominated, including commuters Lakshya Sen and HS […]]]>

The nation’s highest sporting honor will be presented to table tennis star Achanta Sharath Kamal on November 30 at Rashtrapati Bhavan by President Draupadi Murmu.

Achanta Sharath Kamal, table tennis champion, will receive the Khel Ratna on November 30

For the Arjuna Award this year, 25 athletes were nominated, including commuters Lakshya Sen and HS Prannoy, boxer Nikhat Zareen and sportsmen Eldhose Paul and Avinash Sable.

The President will present the honors to the recipients at a special event scheduled at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Jiwanjot Singh Teja (archery), Mohammad Ali Qamar (boxing), Suma Siddharth Shirur (parachute shooting) and Sujeet Maan (wrestling) all received Dronacharya Award nominations in the regular category, while Dinesh Jawahar Lad (cricket), Bimal Prafulla Ghosh (Football) and Raj Singh will be honored in the lifetime category.

The Dhyan Chand award will be given to Ashwini Akkunji C (athletics), Dharamvir Singh (hockey), BC Suresh (Kabaddi) and Nir Bahadur Gurung (para-athletics) for their achievements in sports and games.

While Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology and Ladakh Ski and Snowboard Association were nominated for their support of sport through Corporate Social Responsibility and Sport for Development, respectively, TransStadia Enterprises Private Limited will be awarded the Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Puruskar, 2022 for the discovery and development of emerging technologies and young talent.

Achanta Sharath Kamal is an Indian professional table tennis player born on July 12, 1982. He is the only Indian table tennis player to have won the senior national championship 10 times. breaking Kamlesh Mehta’s previous record of eight national championships. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 2019, India’s fourth highest civilian honour.

As of May 2021, his ITTF World Rating is 32. At the 28th Asian Cup in Jaipur in 2015, he beat Joo Se Hyuk and Chuang Chih-yuan to world 8 and 16 respectively. At the 16th Commonwealth Table Tennis Competition, held in Kuala Lumpur in 2004, Sharath won the gold medal in men’s singles. He received the Arjuna award for 2004.

He continues to be India’s top TT player and represented India at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. He also represented the country at the Asian Games held in Qatar in 2006.

He was the first Indian to win the Pyongyang Invitational Tournament, held in Pyongyang, North Korea, in 2007. The competition, held in August 2007, was in its 21st year. His finest performance on the international stage was on the Japan Pro Tour in June 2007, where he defeated World No. 19 Lee Jung Woo (South Korea). Following this triumph, he reached his career-high mark of world No. 73; in January 2011, he was ranked 44th.

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Oregon State University Athletics https://ottf.org/oregon-state-university-athletics/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 18:17:58 +0000 https://ottf.org/oregon-state-university-athletics/ CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State Men’s Golf Head Coach Jon Reehoorn announced that three student-athletes have signed national letters of intent to join the program beginning in the 2023-24 season. These three people are Cooper Humphreys, of Kelowna, British Columbia, Stanley Lin of Taipei, Taiwan and Zach Miller of Buckley, Wash. “I’m thrilled to finally […]]]>
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State Men’s Golf Head Coach Jon Reehoorn announced that three student-athletes have signed national letters of intent to join the program beginning in the 2023-24 season.

These three people are Cooper Humphreys, of Kelowna, British Columbia, Stanley Lin of Taipei, Taiwan and Zach Miller of Buckley, Wash.

“I’m thrilled to finally make it official and welcome Cooper, Stanley and Zach to Beaver Nation,” Reehoorn said. “Each of these young men brings a love for golf, a passion for wanting to be at Oregon State, and a desire to work hard every day to continue to elevate the success of our golf program. Equally important to each of them and their families is their commitment to success in the classroom.We have been fortunate to attract some excellent student-athletes over the past few years and these three young men will fit perfectly into who we are.

Humphreys recently won the 2022 Canada Summer Games and the 2022 Toyota World Junior Team Championship. He also won the 2021 Canadian Youth Championship. Humphreys finished tied for fifth at the 2022 Toyota World Junior Individual Championship and the Canadian Junior 2022. He also competed in hockey and basketball and chose Oregon State “because of the athletic facilities and the beauty of the campus.”

“Coop is a wonderful young man, I know we will all benefit from his presence,” Reehoorn said. “Every time we meet someone who knows Coop, they immediately say ‘you’re going to love having him on your team. As a member of the Canadian National Junior Team, Coop was exposed to competitions around the world and excelled against some of the best juniors in the world, including helping Canada win its first Toyota World Junior Championship. Cooper, it wasn’t just his golf game that impacted their team’s success. He brings a passion and enthusiasm for life and competition, I know we’ll all love to be there.

Lin makes the trip from Taipei and won the 2022 Future Challenge, the 2022 Yeangder Amateur Classic Leg 1 and the 2021 Yeangder Classic Leg 5. He is ranked 27e in the class of 2023 by the Junior Golf Scoreboard. Lin also won the 2022 Spring National Tournament. Lin also competed in basketball and table tennis and chose Oregon State “because I really like Corvallis; the buildings are beautiful. and the athletics program is awesome. I like the coaches at OSU, especially their coaching style.”

“Stanley has proven he knows how to win events and press the final holes to win tournaments,” Reehoorn said. “The ceiling of how high Stanley can go is very high because he’s a great ball striker with length off the tee. Watching Stanley last summer in San Diego at the World Junior Championships and Bandon at the United States Junior, that what really stood out to me was how he handled himself. He has a quiet confidence that keeps him going through every lap even if he gets off to a bad start. Plus it was really cool to see how he interacted with his teammates. game, and like Coop, I know he will bring a lot of enthusiasm and energy to our group.”

Miller joins OSU from White River High School in Buckley, where he is a 2A state champion and was a medalist in every game he played. He was his league’s most valuable golfer in 2019-20 and 2020-21. He also won the 2020 WJGA Western Open. He is also literate in football, playing linebacker and tight end. Miller chose Oregon State because of “the coaches and people at OSU. You can tell they really love and support their athletes.”

“Zach is someone I’ve been watching since the summer before his freshman year in high school,” Reehoorn said. “I remember where I was when I saw him hit a shot for the first time and I thought, four years from now, he’s someone we’ll want to be in our program. He behaves with a bit of a lead and some presence on the course because he just hates losing Since I saw him play four/five years ago he’s grown a ton, gained a ton of speed and I believe the game is similar to transfer to college golf similar to what we saw in Mateo Fuenmayor.”

Cooper Humphreys – Kelowna, British Columbia

– Son of Stacey Butterworth and Scott Humphreys.
– Has a sister, Ruby.
– Born in Vancouver, British Columbia.
– Attends Scides High School.
– Intends to study commerce in the state of Oregon.
– Member of the Canadian Junior National Team.
– Won the 2022 Canada Summer Game, 2022 Toyota World Junior Team Championship and 2021 Juvenile Championship.
– Tied for fifth at the 2022 Toyota World Junior Championship and the 2022 Canadian Junior Championship.
– Tied for second at the 2021 Canadian Junior Championship. Tied for third at the 2021 Agave Am.
– Likes going to the gym and playing basketball, hockey and ping pong.

Stanley Lin – Taipei, Taiwan

– Son of Chin-Yu Su and Juan-Jun Lin.
– Has a sister, Sharon.
– Attends Taipei Municipal Heping High School.
– Intends to study commerce in the state of Oregon.
– Ranked 27e in the class of 2023 by Junior Golf Scoreboard.
– Recently represented Taiwan in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship.
– Won 2022 Yeangder Amateur Classic Stage 1 and 2021 Yeangder Amateur Classic Stage 5.
– Winner of the Nationa 2022; Spring Tournament. 2022 Future Challenge Champion. Won 2021 National Team Selection (Second Qualifying Event).
– Tied for sixth in the 2022 IMG Academy Golf World Championship. Also competed in the 2022 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, PLAYERS Junior Championship and USA Junior Amateur Championship.
– Likes to sing and play basketball, music and table tennis.

Zach Miller – Buckley, Wash.

– Son of Amy and Todd Miller.
– Has a brother, Mason
– Attends White River High School.
– Intends to study commerce in the state of Oregon.
– State Champion 2A 2022.
– 2A SPSL District Champion in 2019, 2020 and 2021. League Most Valuable in 2019-20 and 2020-21.
– Also won the 2020 WJGA Western Open.
– Qualified for the 2022 US Am Four Ball Championship. Played on Team Washington at the Junior Americas Cup in 2022. Also played at the 2022 Junior Worlds.
– Loves football and the letters at linebacker and near end.

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Powys table tennis star Grace Williams crowned world champion https://ottf.org/powys-table-tennis-star-grace-williams-crowned-world-champion/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 15:50:22 +0000 https://ottf.org/powys-table-tennis-star-grace-williams-crowned-world-champion/ GRACE Williams is table tennis world champion after a superb victory in Spain. The Llanfyllin High School alum was joined by Fliss Pickard in winning gold at the World Para Table Tennis Championships in Andalucia on Tuesday to claim gold in the women’s doubles 14 class. Williams and Pickard beat Germany 3-0 in the final. […]]]>

GRACE Williams is table tennis world champion after a superb victory in Spain.

The Llanfyllin High School alum was joined by Fliss Pickard in winning gold at the World Para Table Tennis Championships in Andalucia on Tuesday to claim gold in the women’s doubles 14 class.

Williams and Pickard beat Germany 3-0 in the final.

The pair, who started playing together last year, had already exceeded all expectations by beating France in the semi-finals before sweeping German duo Stephanie Grebe and Juliane Wolf.

Pickard and Williams started well and battled back 9-7 to win the first set 11-9 before dominating the second set 11-4.

At 4-1 in the third set, Germany took a timeout, but the young British pair moved up to 9-6 and a short distance from the gold medal.

At 9-8 GB, coach Shaun Marples called a time out and at 10-8 Pickard and Williams had two match points.

The two went back and forth but at 11-10 it was the lucky third time and when Grebe’s shot went high in the air Pickard fell to the ground before being hugged by Williams.

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For Williams, 19, who only started playing table tennis five years ago, the championships marked her arrival on the world stage and her performance with Pickard more than justified the confidence that the team has in his talent and his potential.

Williams said: “I felt pressured before the game and a bit overwhelmed because it was a world championship final but I knew I had Fliss next to me and Shaun in the corner and I knew that whatever the outcome, they would be proud of me and I’d be proud of myself too.

“I didn’t think about it too much, but once we got off to a good start against Germany, I thought, ‘I really want it now’. As soon as we won the last point, I thought “that’s it”, but I haven’t really understood yet.”

Williams trains with Pickard and the rest of the British team at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield where she also studies nutrition.

She added: “Coming to Worlds as a wildcard, I sort of expected to come for the experience and to learn what to do in matches – what to do on the table and off the table and see what others.

“But the fact that I’m here and I have a gold medal is just surreal and I can’t believe it.”

For BPTT Head of Course Coach Shaun Marples, the result is testament to the success of the development program he has led since 2013.

He said: “I am incredibly proud of them and what they have achieved.

“Being part of their journey from entering the program and progressing through the Performance program and their ability to deliver a mature performance like that on the biggest stage really shows you what great characters they both are.”

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BRC and CR champions at Malay CC hockey Sevens https://ottf.org/brc-and-cr-champions-at-malay-cc-hockey-sevens/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 14:09:29 +0000 https://ottf.org/brc-and-cr-champions-at-malay-cc-hockey-sevens/ Burgher Recreation Club (BRC) and Ceylonese Rugby and Football Club (CR and FC) emerged as champions in the Invitation Sevens hockey tournament held to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Colombo Malay Cricket Club (CMCC) at the Astro Turf in Colombo. Fifteen club teams were in action with emerging men’s champions BRC and runners-up Old […]]]>

Burgher Recreation Club (BRC) and Ceylonese Rugby and Football Club (CR and FC) emerged as champions in the Invitation Sevens hockey tournament held to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Colombo Malay Cricket Club (CMCC) at the Astro Turf in Colombo.

Fifteen club teams were in action with emerging men’s champions BRC and runners-up Old Royalists SC while CR and FC emerged women’s champions with Malay Maroons as runners-up.

COSMOS Australia made their third hockey tour to Sri Lanka to make CMCC’s 150th anniversary a memorable one.

The following teams participated: Men – Malays, BRC, CH and FC, Colts, COSMOS (Australia), CR and FC, Old Bens, Old Joes, Old Royalists SC and Old Wesleyites SC; Women – Malays Maroons, Malays Greens, Colts, CR and FC and Moratuwa University.

A sudden downpour stole two hours of valuable time and the tournament was postponed to meet schedules.

The men’s and women’s finals were played under floodlights.

A memorable sight was the presence of former hockey stalwarts of the 1960s, Dr Sandy Musafer, Thajone Swangsa and Hamza Deane, doing the honors by opening the tournament in the morning in the presence of the president of the Hockey Federation of Sri Lanka ( SLHF), Vishvanathan.

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District Table Tennis Championship Concludes – Jammu and Kashmir Latest News | Tourism https://ottf.org/district-table-tennis-championship-concludes-jammu-and-kashmir-latest-news-tourism/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 21:53:27 +0000 https://ottf.org/district-table-tennis-championship-concludes-jammu-and-kashmir-latest-news-tourism/ The winners sporting medals and certificates while posing with chief guest Balwant Singh Mankotia, a former MP in Udhampur on Wednesday. Excelsior Sports Correspondent UDHAMPUR, November 2: Three days of District Open Table Tennis Championship, organized by the District Association in collaboration with J&K Sports Council under the initiative of “My Youth My Pride”, ended […]]]>
The winners sporting medals and certificates while posing with chief guest Balwant Singh Mankotia, a former MP in Udhampur on Wednesday.

Excelsior Sports Correspondent

UDHAMPUR, November 2: Three days of District Open Table Tennis Championship, organized by the District Association in collaboration with J&K Sports Council under the initiative of “My Youth My Pride”, ended at the Indoor Stadium Sports Hall Subash, here today.
Former MP Balwant Singh Mankotia was the chief guest, while District Sports Officer Swarn Singh was the guest of honor and SHO Udhampur Raghubir Singh was the special guest.
Earlier, a floral tribute was paid to Devinder Sharma (former General Secretary), followed by a welcome speech delivered by UTTA General Secretary, Tarun.
In his remarks, he appreciated the young talent in the district and said that the District Table Tennis Association works continuously to uplift the talent of the youngsters and the sole motive behind hosting the tournament is to channel the youth energy in positive directions. About 160 participants from all nooks and crannies of the district participated in this championship.
In the final game of the sub-junior girls, Upasna Sharma beat Palak Khajuria by 3-0, while in the junior girls, Sonika Devi beat Gungun Sharma by 3-0 and in the senior women, Sonika Devi beat Gungun Sharma by 3-0, in Cadet Boys U-13, Prajwal Bandral beat Aryaman Sharma by 3-0 and in Sub-Junior Boys, Kanav Gupta edged Laksh Dev Singh by 3-1.
In the junior boys, Madhav Sharma beat Sourav Sharma by 3-1 and in the senior men’s category, Madhav Sharma beat Prince Gupta by 3-1.
Prikshit Khajuria (Treasurer), Sunny Sharma (Vice President), Vakil Singh (Astt Manager JK Sports Council), Ankit Sharma, TT Coach, Rakesh Khajuria (Councillor), Rahul Magotra General Secretary Beopar Mandal, DySP Surinder Singh Billoria, Vivek Gupta , social activist, Achhat Magotra and Paras Magotra were also present at the event.
The matches were refereed by Maninder Manhas, Sahil Malgotra, Mannat Sharma and Jasmeet Singh, while at the end prizes and certificates were distributed among the winners, runners-up and championship officials.

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The Power of Ping Pong – Global Times https://ottf.org/the-power-of-ping-pong-global-times/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 15:47:00 +0000 https://ottf.org/the-power-of-ping-pong-global-times/ Wang Chuqin competes in the men’s singles final at the WTT Cup in Xinxiang, central China’s Henan Province, Oct. 30, 2022. Photo: VCG China’s Wang Chuqin beat Japan’s Tomokazu Harimoto 4-2 in the men’s singles final of the World Table Tennis Cup (WTT) final to claim the title on Sunday in Xinxiang, central Henan province. […]]]>

Wang Chuqin competes in the men’s singles final at the WTT Cup in Xinxiang, central China’s Henan Province, Oct. 30, 2022. Photo: VCG

China’s Wang Chuqin beat Japan’s Tomokazu Harimoto 4-2 in the men’s singles final of the World Table Tennis Cup (WTT) final to claim the title on Sunday in Xinxiang, central Henan province. of China), media reported.

The pair faced off in the men’s semi-finals of the World Table Tennis Team Championships in Chengdu, southwest China’s Sichuan province, in early October. Wang lost to Harimoto 3-1. Sunday night’s meeting became the rematch for Wang.

Harimoto got into his good form faster than Wang and won the first game 11-8, but Wang responded with three straight wins in the following games 11-8, 11-9 and 11-8 respectively. He adapted to Harimoto’s aggressive style of play, letting him start punching and then getting the better of Harimoto.

Game 5 began with a 3-0 lead by Harimoto, but Wang once again brought the competition back into balance, point by point. The score kept jumping from draw to draw until it reached 8-8. Harimoto then led a 3-0 run to win that game and get the game in Game 6.

This time, Wang took the initiative to attack first, taking his opponent by surprise. Harimoto only started to find his footing after leading 6-3. He scored two runs to cut the deficit to one, but it was the closest he’s ever gotten in that game. Wang kept changing his punching lines and always maintained a two-point lead. After the score reached 9-7 for Wang, Harimoto made two errors in a row, losing the match and watching Wang lift the championship trophy.

In the women’s singles final, China’s Sun Yingsha beat compatriot Chen Meng 4-3 to claim the title on Sunday, media reported.

Sun Yingsha competes in the women's singles final match at the WTT Cup in Xinxiang on October 30, 2022. Photo: VCG

Sun Yingsha competes in the women’s singles final match at the WTT Cup in Xinxiang on October 30, 2022. Photo: VCG

The top two athletes in the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Rankings, Sun (No. 1) and Chen (No. 2), had a close game at home on Sunday night. Chen took an early lead by winning the opener 11-4, but Sun responded quickly to tie the game 1-1 with the same score.

Game 3 came much closer as it went 7-7. Sun then scored three straight key plays to win the game 11-8. The two continued to be locked together in Game 4 as they tied 5-5 at 10-10. Sun again seized the opportunity with a forehand to score first, then won this game 12-10 on Chen’s error.

After allowing Sun to reach the match point first, Chen faced the competition calmly. She first won Game 5 11-6, then overcame a four-point deficit (8-4) to earn game points in Game 6. Although Sun managed to tie the score 10-10, Chen found a breach with a backhand forehand and won this game to tie the game 3-3.

Sun again established an early 6-2 lead in the final game. Although Chen was resilient enough to reduce their deficit to two points twice (8-6 and 10-8) and even equalize at 10-10, Sun finished the competition with a powerful forehand, adding another trophy of championship on its honor list.

On Saturday, world No. 1 Sun won 11-6, 11-4, 4-11, 14-12, 11-6 over compatriot and world No. 4 Wang Yidi, Xinhua News Agency reported. .

Ma Long opened his encounter against Wang in lackluster fashion, losing three straight 11-7, 11-5, 11-5. The 34-year-old Grand Slam winner managed to pull off three games with 11-9, 11-7, 13-11 but failed to turn things around in the 11-8 loss, suffering a another loss to Wang only eight days. after the quarter-finals of the WTT Champions Macau.

Agencies

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Panchkula: UP man arrested for stealing ₹2,500 from temple https://ottf.org/panchkula-up-man-arrested-for-stealing-%e2%82%b92500-from-temple/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 19:15:03 +0000 https://ottf.org/panchkula-up-man-arrested-for-stealing-%e2%82%b92500-from-temple/ A Uttar Pradesh man was arrested on Wednesday for theft ₹2,500 from the donation box of a temple in Kundi village, sector 20, Panchkula. The accused was identified as Arvind. He currently lives in Sector 20, Panchkula. In his complaint, Varinder Prasad, a priest at the temple, told police that when he opened the temple […]]]>

A Uttar Pradesh man was arrested on Wednesday for theft 2,500 from the donation box of a temple in Kundi village, sector 20, Panchkula.

The accused was identified as Arvind. He currently lives in Sector 20, Panchkula.

In his complaint, Varinder Prasad, a priest at the temple, told police that when he opened the temple at 4:30 a.m. on Tuesday, he saw a person break the cash donation box and take money out of it. . He ran after the thief to catch him, but the accused managed to get away.

Prasad said a bell and other items were also missing from the temple. A case was registered under Sections 457 and 380 of the Indian Penal Code at Sector 20 Police Station. Police recovered items stolen from the accused. Arvind was brought before a court and taken into custody.

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The appointed councilors will be sworn in on October 28

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An IGP doctor rewarded for his contribution to gastroenterology

Dr. Surinder Rana, Professor, Department of Gastroenterology, PGIMER, received the Emerging Leaders Lectureship Award for 2022 from the Asia Pacific Digestive Week Federation and the Journal of Gastroenterology and Journal Foundation. hepatology (APDWF-JGHF). The award citation indicates that Dr. Rana was awarded in recognition of his contribution to gastroenterology and hepatology in the Asia-Pacific region.

Two-day TT meeting from October 29

The Panchkula Table Tennis Association will organize the 27th Panchkula District Table Tennis Championship at Manav Mangal School in Sector 11 on October 29-30. The events will take place in the age categories U-11 (girls and boys), U-13 (cadet girls and boys), U-15 (girls and sub-junior boys), U-17 (boys and girls), U-19 (junior boys and girls), men’s and women’s singles and veteran men’s and women’s singles (over 40).

Blood donation camp organized at PGIMER

Chandigarh Police in collaboration with SUKH Foundation, Rotary Midtown and Polo Club organized a blood donation camp at Zakir Hall in PGIMER on Wednesday. Praveer Ranjan, UT Police Chief Executive, was the chief guest on the occasion. A total of 101 units of blood were collected during the camp.

The CRIKC-CII exhibition will take place on November 12

Technology Enabling Center (TEC) of Punjab University (PU) in partnership with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII, Punjab) and Chandigarh Administration will organize CRIKC-CII Exhibition in PU on 12 November. Member institutes of Chandigarh Region Innovation and Knowledge Cluster (CRIKC) like PEC, IIT-Ropar, CSIO, NITTTR, IMTECH and CCET were invited to put their booths at the exhibition.

The DRT raises the bar against “long adjournments”

The Bar of the Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT) decided to boycott the tribunal of one of its presidents citing “long adjournments”. The general house of the bar in meeting on Wednesday spoke out on the boycott of the court (DRT2) chaired by MM Dhonchak, alleging “misconduct with lawyers”, even though it was reported to him on several occasions in the past. The association’s president, KPS Dhillon, alleged that the president continued to have “a categorical and unreasonable attitude towards lawyers”. The boycott also covers “the unjustified adjournments he granted until 2026, that is to say after the end of his mandate”. Dhillon also said the Law Society also brought this to the attention of the Department of Finance.

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Women’s tennis wraps up ITA Atlantic regional action https://ottf.org/womens-tennis-wraps-up-ita-atlantic-regional-action/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 01:46:27 +0000 https://ottf.org/womens-tennis-wraps-up-ita-atlantic-regional-action/ History links BLACKSBURG, Virginia – The Navy women’s tennis team wrapped up its three-day stint at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Atlantic Regional on Saturday, completing 12 singles and four doubles matches over the three days at Virginia Tech’s Burrows-Burleson Tennis Center. With four Midshipmen making it to the ITA Regional, […]]]>

BLACKSBURG, Virginia – The Navy women’s tennis team wrapped up its three-day stint at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Atlantic Regional on Saturday, completing 12 singles and four doubles matches over the three days at Virginia Tech’s Burrows-Burleson Tennis Center.

With four Midshipmen making it to the ITA Regional, Navy went a combined 6-6 in singles and 1-3 in doubles.

Three Mids opened play on Thursday with the singles qualifying rounds, as all three won their first matches before losing in the second round. First-year student Sia Chaudry beat George Washington’s Lindsay Thompson in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4, to start the tournament, but fell to Maryland’s Mary Brumfeld after pushing the second set to a tiebreaker, 6-3, 7-6 (9-7) . For seniors Casey Accolashe beat Longwood’s Karina Rizvanova 6-2, 6-3 before dropping a 6-3, 6-2 showdown with Daniela Voloh of James Madison when she was a junior Stella Ribaudo picked up a 6-7 (3-7), 6-3, 10-6 win over George Mason’s Ashley Fitz-Patrick before falling to Virginia Tech’s Charlotte Cartledge, 6-1, 7-6 (7-4 ).

The singles action continued with the main draw starting on Friday, where the second Emilie Tannenbaum picked up a round of 16 win over Delaware’s Adel-Byanu Abidullina, 6-4, 6-2. Sadly, the contender lost their next game against Ines Oliveira of JMU by a score of 6-4, 6-4 to send them to the consolation draw.

Friday also saw the start of doubles play, as Accola and Tannenbaum opened against VCU’s Victoria Matasova and Yelizaveta Karlova in the round of 16, with the VCU duo prevailing 8-5. Navy’s other pair, Ribaudo and Chaudry, fared no better, with the Mids losing an 8-1 decision to Liberty’s Marina Davtyan and Esther Lovato.

The Mids closed out the weekend on Saturday with two more doubles matches before playing a final round of singles matches. In doubles matchups, Accola and Tannenbaum won a 7-5 match over GMU’s Paige La and Taylor Garcia, while Chaudry and Ribaudo were 7-6 (7-4) losers to Emily Brandow and Julia Abrams of Radford.

Saturday’s singles action saw Tannenbaum defeat William & Mary’s Sofiya Kuzina, 6-2, 6-1 in the consolation bracket, while Accola beat Richmond’s Carly Cohen in an extra match, 7- 5, 6-4. Chaudry and Ribaudo also had extra matches, with Chaudry falling to Matasova, 6-4, 6-1, and Ribaudo losing a three-setter to Delaware’s Toni Nelson, 2-6, 7-5, 10-7.

“It was a good regional championship for us,” said the head coach Keith Puryear. “Each of our four participants had a singles victory and I think we learned a lot from that experience. Although it was good, it could have been better. I feel like we could become one of the best teams in our region if we continue to work hard and work smart the rest of this fall and throughout the spring. In this event, there were definitely opportunities that we left on the table, and in order to continue to grow and to improve, we have to do the little things necessary to constantly capitalize when they arise.”

The Navy wraps up the fall program next weekend, October 28-29, at the Elon Invite in Elon, North Carolina

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