There were six online presentations in the build up to the Annual General Meeting of the International Table Tennis Federation. An event that was supposed to be held in person in Busan, Korea earlier this year, found a creative way to inform the Member Associations about the past, present and future activities within the International Organization. Here are the presentations:

ITTF Foundationhttps://www.ittf.com/2020/09/02/successful-launch-ittf-foundation-opens-video-conference-series/

There is no doubt that the ITTF Foundation presents opportunities for everyone, whether it be National Associations for players or for any other member of our global table tennis family. Opportunities for All. For Life.

High Performance & Developmenthttps://www.ittf.com/2020/09/05/shaping-future-high-performance-development/

Restructuring the formula for the betterment of the sport was a clear theme very much at the heart of the conference, while education and participation also present key areas for HPD.

ITTF Governancehttps://www.ittf.com/2020/09/08/progress-highlighted-ittf-governance-video-conference/

The introductions highlighted the satisfaction surrounding ITTF’s progress in displaying Good Governance, encouraging patience, not complacency, in the Federation’s continuous efforts to improve in the area.

World Table Tennishttps://www.ittf.com/2020/09/14/world-table-tennis-agm-forum/

Globally renowned commercial partners have teamed up with WTT in order to really accelerate the growth and professionalism of table tennis.

ITTF Finance Forumhttps://www.ittf.com/2020/09/11/ittf-finance-forum-addresses-pandemic-impact-opportunity-growth/

The Finance Forum’s smooth transition to a new online set up proved successful, while the message of optimism surrounding the future of the sport remains strong:

World Championships 2023 bids

A great presentation from two hosts that are competing for the 2023 World Table Tennis Championships. 

Representatives and voting Members for Table Tennis Canada at the ITTF Annual General meeting on September 28, 2020, will be Board of Directors Rob Chan and Thorsten Gohl.