TTCAN

The Canadian Table Tennis Association was formed in 1929, and staged the first Canadian Table Tennis Championships in 1936, marking the beginning of a long association with the Canadian National Exhibition.

TTCAN

The Canadian Table Tennis Association was formed in 1929, and staged the first Canadian Table Tennis Championships in 1936, marking the beginning of a long association with the Canadian National Exhibition.

Table Tennis Canada (TTCAN), is the non-profit governing organization for the sport in Canada, responsible for the tournaments’ cataloguing and testimonies within the country. Founded in 1929, TTCAN has its headquarters in Ottawa, with a total of more than 9,000 members.

TTCAN History

The Canadian Table Tennis Association was formed in 1929, with Québec as its first provincial founding member. Ontario joined the association 5 years later, when the first Canadian Table Tennis Championships were staged there in 1936, marking the beginning of a long association with the Canadian National Exhibition. The CTTA operates a computerized rating system that allows any competitive player to be ranked, both provincially and nationally. Canada’s table-tennis stars of the 1930s were Paul Chapdelaine and J.J. Desjardins of Montréal.

TTCAN Teams

The rosters for the Canadian Table Tennis National Teams are as follows:

  • Eugene Wang
  • Pierre-Luc Thériault
  • Marko Medjugorac
  • Filip Ilijevski
  • Jeremy Hazin
  • Antoine Bernadet
  • Pierre-Luc Hinse
  • Mo Zhang
  • Anqi Luo
  • Alicia Coté
  • Rachel Yi Lu
  • Ioulia Degtia
  • Amy J. Nichols
  • Sara Yuen
  • Justina Yeung

Upcoming Event in Canada

2017 Butterfly Canadian Championships

The 2017 Butterfly Canadian Championships will be hosted in the Panam Centre of Markham, in Ontario, Canada. The event will stretch from July 10th to July 16th, with Junior Champions lasting from the 10th to the 12th, Para Championships during the 12th to 13th, and Senior Championships going on from the 13th to 16th. All provinces and territories will compete against each other for the Jaques Bobet Cup in the Junior Competition, and the Margaret Walden Trophy in the Senior Competition.

View more information at http://www.ttcan.ca/en/home/sec/344/0/cdn-championships.aspx