Senior Training Classes Starting Coach Gary with John Reynolds assisting May 18-June 8 Where: The Long Center When: Thursdays, 9:30 am (beginners) or 10:30 am (more advanced) Cost: Participant pays $30.00 for all 4 weeks, no make-ups. The STTC pays $10.00 to the coach for each participant, as a subsidy. Qualifications: Age 55+ and current …
Sunrise Table Tennis Club junior member Jenson Van Emburgh was recently selected as 1 of only 4 Para athletes to the USATT National Table Tennis A Team and also only 1 of 2 to the Junior National Table Tennis A Team. Jenson has trained hard to reach these significant achievements under the expert coaching of …
Sunrise Table Tennis Club was well represented today (4/15/17), Easter Saturday, at the Countryside Open House. (Coach Gary, Eddie, Rudy and John) Kid’s played games and worked on stroke techniques on the Newgy Robot, many had fun picking up balls. 🙂
2017 Clearwater Spring Open Video
2017 Clearwater Spring Open Expert Group Winners 1st Place: Michael Daughtery (center) 2nd Place: Ken Hadley (left) 3rd Place: John Reynolds (right)
2017 Clearwater Spring Open Master Group Winners 1st Place: Aswin Kumar (center) 2nd Place: Igor Bubis (right) 3rd Place: Ash Dubal (left)
2017 Clearwater Spring Open Championship Group Winners 1st Place: Emil Santos (left) 2nd Place: Raguram Thiyagarajan (right) 3rd Place: Lady Ruano (center)
Sunrise Table Tennis Club would like to thank you all participants for coming over to Clearwater Florida to compete in 2017 Clearwater Spring Open Table Tennis tournament. Below is the official tournament results.
John Reynolds, ITTF Coach, and Eddie Curren, STTC Programs Director, take time to work with The Arc disabled participants. John and Eddie volunteer to work with the Long Center and The Arc Tampa Bayevery other Tuesday morning. The Arc players practice hitting balls on the STTC Newgy ball robot.
Congratulations to Sherlyn Barie-Perez, our first Junior member to receive the STTC Junior Merit Award! As part of her qualifications, she wrote the following essay on Sportsmanship: “As some may define sportsmanship as being fair and showing respect for your opponent I think it means much more than that. Good sportsmanship comes from players who …