When North Korea and South Korea Put Together ‘Pingpong Diplomacy’

North Korea and South Korea chose not to compete in the world table tennis championship in Sweden. Both of them decided to unite the women’s team to face the semifinals. North Korea and South Korea said they would not compete when the championship brought them together in the quarter-final match on Thursday (4/5). The committee… Read More »

Najla Imad Lafta, Talented Disability Table Tennis Athlete from Iraq

fttcv.org – Physical limitations are not a barrier for someone to achieve their dreams. Now many people with disabilities have achievements according to their fields of interest such as athletes. This was demonstrated by 14-year-old Najla Imad Lafta. At a relatively young age, he has become a national and regional table tennis champion at the regional and… Read More »


REST FOR GIRLS – On the day of this next weekend in National Leagues we only have men’s competition, since our representatives in the Women’s Leagues have a rest day. This is how the weekend in which the 1st round in all categories ends: MALE HONOR DIVISION Two meetings for Saturday afternoon: In the Gymnasium… Read More »


As the conference progresses, the Regional Leagues are becoming more interesting, as there are fewer and fewer opportunities for different teams to achieve their goals. SUPER AUTONOMIC North Group A confrontation stands out, which will play in Xativa on Sunday, Xococap and Burjassot, fighting for second place. The leader, Paterna, will play on Saturday at… Read More »


Fttcv.org – Like every end of the year, it’s time to take stock of how the 19/20 season is going for our representatives in the different National Leagues, now that the first round has ended, except for the Superdivision. MALE SUPERDIVISION The permanence of ASSSA Alicante in the category seems very complicated. They have had… Read More »