Compétition de tennis de table durant les Jeux panaméricains de 2007. Le tennis de table, appelé aussi « ping-pong », est un sport de raquette opposant deux ou quatre joueurs autour d'une table. Le tennis de table est une activité de loisir, mais c'est également un sport olympique depuis 1988 .
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Table tennis, also known as ping-pong and whiff-whaff, is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight ball, also known as the ping-pong ball, back and forth across a table using small rackets. The game takes place on a hard table divided by a net.
September 3 – 8: 2019 European Table Tennis Championships in Nantes. Men's Team winners: Germany (Timo Boll, Ruwen Filus, Patrick Franziska, Dimitrij Ovtcharov, & Benedikt Duda) Women's Team winners: Romania ( Daniela Dodean, Elizabeta Samara, Bernadette Szőcs, Irina Ciobanu, & Adina Diaconu) U-21, Junior & Cadet.
Para table tennis is a disabled sport which follows the rules set by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF). The usual table tennis rules are in effect with slight modifications for wheelchair athletes. Athletes from disability groups can take part. Athletes receive classifications between 1-11.
Historians believe that the game's ancient origin lay in 12th century northern France, where a ball was struck with the palm of the hand. Louis X of France was a keen player of jeu de paume ("game of the palm"), which evolved into real tennis, and became notable as the first person to construct indoor tennis courts in the modern style.
A game or sport (similar to tennis) that involves the hitting of a light plastic ball across a table (fashioned like a mini tennis court) by rackets (paddles, bats (Britain)). Synonyms: ping pong , ( archaic ) flim-flam , ( archaic ) whiff-whaff , ( precursor ) gossima
Table tennis competition has been in the Summer Olympic Games since 1988, with singles and doubles events for men and women. Athletes from China have dominated the sport, winning a total of 54 medals in 33 events, including 28 out of a possible 33 gold medals, and only failing to win at least one medal in one event, the inaugural Men's Singles event at the 1988 Summer Olympics.
The European Table Tennis Championships is an international table tennis competition for the national teams of the member associations of the European Table Tennis Union (ETTU). First held in 1958, the ETTU organised the European Championships every two years in even-numbered years until 2002, when they changed to odd-numbered years.
The women's singles table tennis event was a part of the table tennis program at the 2008 Summer Olympics and took place at the Peking University Gymnasium. The tournament started on August 18 with the final on August 22. 78 athletes from 42 countries took part in the women's single event. The tournament was a single elimination tournament with ...