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Special Olympic Team Ranking (PDF)
02/08/2009
Players Qualified for the Olympic Games (PDF)
07/28/2008 8:00:00 AM
Teams Qualified for the Olympic Games (PDF)
07/31/2008 9:00:00 AM
List of International Officials
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08/01/2008 2:35:02 AM
BOCOG Table Tennis Explanatory Book (PDF)
03/18/2008
Clarifications and Explanations for the Olympic TT events (PDF)
04/18/2008 2:53:28 PM
Competition Format and Specific Regulations
07/12/2008 6:00:00 PM
Annex 1: Singles Draw Format
07/12/2007 6:00:00 PM
Annex 2: Exceptional Situations Handling
02/03/2007 6:38:32 AM
Annex 3: Competition Format
02/03/2007 6:38:32 AM
IOC Olympic Express Table tennis issue #22
Entry List by NOC (PDF)
07/29/2008 2:14:45 AM

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Blogging Guidelines (PDF)
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02/27/2008
Blogging Guidelines (PDF)
French Version
 
02/27/2008
Système de Qualifcation (version française) (PDF) 
10/23/2007 9:14:49 AM
Qualification System (English version) (PDF) 
10/23/2007 9:14:49 AM
IOC rules for Qualification Tournaments 
08/23/2006 11:16:59 AM

Echoes from the Peking University Gymnasium – Day 8

8/20/2008 2008 Olympic Games,08 Aug 2008 - 24 Aug 2008, Beijing, CHN

Big Success for the ITTF Website – Number Six on Television
During the team events (from 13th to 18th July), the ITTF website had more than 21 million hits. The second day of the competition, with the decisive contests to reach the second round, was particularly attractive with 1,367,380 internet users.....
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Tops and Flops of the First Singles Round

8/19/2008 2008 Olympic Games,08 Aug 2008 - 24 Aug 2008, Beijing, CHN

After the Olympic Team events, the men and women played on four tables match after match today.

The sophisticated system in the Singles event best female players will only have to compete from tomorrow and the top seeded men from the day after tomorrow.

The matches today were already contested and brought several surprises.....
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Tops and Flops of the First Singles Round

8/19/2008 2008 Olympic Games,08 Aug 2008 - 24 Aug 2008, Beijing, CHN

After the Olympic Team events, the men and women played on four tables match after match today.

The sophisticated system in the Singles event best female players will only have to compete from tomorrow and the top seeded men from the day after tomorrow.

The matches today were already contested and brought several surprises.....
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Echoes from the Peking University Gymnasium – Day 7

8/19/2008 2008 Olympic Games,08 Aug 2008 - 24 Aug 2008, Beijing, CHN

From the Living Community to Olympic Opponents
They live in the same apartment in Spain but today they were opponents; Spain’s Alfredo Carneros and India’s Sharath Kamal Achanta.

Achanta (no. 79) won with four games to two against the Spanish world number 133, but his feelings were divided. ”It’s actually terrible. We train with each other every day and we live in the same apartment, the 26 year old Indian said. ”So it’s hard for both of us to fight against each other. I feel sad about his (Carneros) loss and similarly, he would feel sad if I lost.”....
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Olympic Table Tennis Competitions - Day Seven at a Glance

8/19/2008 2008 Olympic Games,08 Aug 2008 - 24 Aug 2008, Beijing, CHN

Australia’s Number One Surprises against Swedish Top Player
William Henzell has been practising for many years in Sweden. In today’s match against Jens Lundqvist (no. 58), the world number 145 eliminated the second best player from Sweden with four games to two.

“It was the best match that I’d ever won”, the Aussie said. “I am really excited. I have never been in the top 100. It’s like David and Goliath.”
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Echoes from Monday – A Fairytale from Oceania

8/18/2008 2008 Olympic Games,08 Aug 2008 - 24 Aug 2008, Beijing, CHN

Vanuatu’s flag bearer Priscila Tommy lost her opening match in the Women’s Singles event. The 17 year old was beaten in straight games by the much more experienced Eva Odorova from Slovakia, but just being in the Olympics is a major boost for the small Pacific island.

During Tommy’s match, Henry Tovoa, Chief Executive Officer of the Vanuatu Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee (VASANOC), sat intently with his video camera recording every moment.....
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Olympic Torch for the ITTF Museum in Lausanne

8/18/2008 2008 Olympic Games,08 Aug 2008 - 24 Aug 2008, Beijing, CHN

On the occasion of the award ceremony for the all-time table tennis Olympians, BOCOG Executive Vice-President Mr. Yang Shuan presented an Olympic torch to ITTF President Mr. Adham Sharara.

The torch from Beijing will raise the attractivity of the ITTF Museum based in Lausanne, Switzerland, remembering the visitor Olympic Games in a country that has such a huge impact on today’s table tennis.
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