As professional sport makes a tentative return this week with horse racing and snooker resuming behind closed doors, the British Para Table Tennis Team’s Performance squad has also entered a new phase in its COVID-19 return to training strategy. At the start of lockdown in March the team devised a four-phase strategy designed to support… Read more »
Para table tennis is the third largest Paralympic sport in terms of athlete numbers and is practiced in more than 100 countries. Athletes from all physical impairment groups, aside from the visually impaired, are allowed to compete in standing or sitting classes.
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