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The Art of Serving Deep

One of the most unique skills you can develop in table tennis is the ability to serve the ball deep. The Serve is something that has been overlooked as far as how much value it can bring to setting up your sequence of play. Developing your deep serve can have a huge impact on the […]

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New coach addition – Brian Pace

Triangle Table Tennis is excited to announce the addition of Brian Pace as Head Coach. Brian Pace is a native of North Carolina, and grew up in the famed Butterfly Table Tennis Program in Wilson. After just 2 years, Brian was selected to move to Colorado Springs to live and train at the resident program […]

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New coach addition – Rachid El Boubou

  Triangle Table Tennis is pleased to announce the addition of Rachid El Boubou to our coaching team.  Rachid grew up in Lebanon, where he competed at the highest level. He trained with the Lebanon Youth National Team and traveled with them to championships throughout Europe and the Middle East. He is the current reigning […]

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February Over 40 Tour Event Wrap-Up

This past weekend, we hosted the February Over 40 Tour Event.  This tournament gives the participants the chance to qualify for the Grand Tour Finals this December in New York.  Players came from 5 states to play in either the Giant Round Robin, Open Mixed Doubles, or Men’s and Women’s Age Events. The story of the […]

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Big things on the horizon for Triangle Table Tennis

If you see a Triangle Table Tennis staff member between now and April 3rd, give them a hug.  Or some coffee.  Or both. Between now and April 3rd, Triangle Table Tennis is hosting 4 big events, concluding with the 2017 Butterfly Cary Cup Championship.  In just a week and half, we are hosting the Over-40 Tour Event, […]

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2017 Winter 2-Person Teams Tournament, January 21-22, 2017

This past weekend was our annual winter 2-person teams tournament.  We had 117 entries (!) over 5 separate events.  We saw a lot of good competition, all the way from the U2500 Division to the Open Division.  The tournament drew players from clubs in Virginia, South Carolina, Maryland, New Jersey, Georgia, Washington D.C., and, of course, North […]

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