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Nanjing 2014: Table Tennis is One of Only Ten Sports Televised Live
By: Ian Marshall, ITTF Publications Editor

Table tennis very much in focus at Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games  Photo By: Paul Devlin

08/12/2014        2014 Second Youth Olympic Games (Click here to access this section)

Now Four Days Remain: Seven days of intense action await in the Wutaishan Gymnasium for the table tennis events at the forthcoming Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.

The torch will be lit on Saturday 16th August and then on the following day, the first day of action, Sunday 17th August, play begins in earnest; for those present watching the proceedings unfold it will be a memorable occasion; for the not in Nanjing it will be equally memorable.

Each day of play will be televised; table tennis is one of only 10 sports to be produced live for television at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.

Two Sessions Each Day
Two sessions of play will be broadcast each day.

On each day the scheduled start of the broadcast is 10.00am local time, with the commencement of the afternoon sessions having a slight variation.

The first two days of action sees the second session start at 2.00pm; whilst on the third day of play it is 3.00pm. On Thursday 21st August, the afternoon session begins at 3.30pm with the following day, witnessing the start at 4.15pm.

Meanwhile, on the concluding two days of action the second broadcast begins at 5.00pm.

Local Times
All times are local.

Nanjing is eight hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time, seven hours ahead of British Summer Time, six hours ahead of Central European Time.

Live Broadcasts
Tune in, the live broadcasts are available as follows: (Live / VOD from 14 August) (Current content running and live / VOD from 14 August) (Current content and live / VOD from 14 August)
Olympic TV app (available on Apple Store & Google Play Store)

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