Timothy Wang Reigns As Three Time 2012 US National Champion

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Timothy Wang’s game seems to rise above those around him as if by magic. Ask him how he manages to make the most of the big situations and he’ll tell you about his determination and a fighting spirit that never quits. A key member of the STIGA ICC Elite Team, Timothy credits his coaches Massimo Constantini for keeping him focused and Zhou Xin for keeping his game sharp.

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2012 JUIC International Junior Championship – Register Now

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The second annual JUIC International Junior Championship is scheduled for September 14 to 16 at ICC Table Tennis Club in Milpitas, CA. The tournament is one of the few events in the U.S. that offers players the chance to compete with internationally ranked juniors. Registration is open now. Come join the fun!

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Table Tennis Ready Position – Lesson 2

Massimo Costantini’s lesson series continues with this second installment. He talks about the importance of anticipation, how to scout your opponent and how a good ready position will protect your weak areas.

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ICC Head Coach Massimo Constantini Details the Importance of Stance and Posture to the “Ready Position”

Massimo Constantini is ICC’s Head Coach. There he continues working with the three current US Olympians as-well-as other high performance players and juniors. Here, in part 1 of an 8 part audio series on the “Ready Position” in table tennis, he discusses the importannce of stance and posture.

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Ariel Hsing and Lily Zhang Talk to Bay Area TV About London and the World Games

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Ariel Hsing and Lily Zhang talk about their road to London in this Bay Area TV interview. Ariel Hsing & Lily Zhang are two exceptional table tennis players with Olympic Dreams. We are very proud of our young stars. What a great example of youth in our sport. Good luck to our Olympic hopefuls!

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Why Is Your Grip Pressure So Important?

By Massimo Constantini. There is one aspect of the grip that is very important but does not get enough attention. This is the amount of pressure each player applies to his or her handle when holding the paddle. How tight or lose a player’s grip impacts the result of their shot!

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