Welcome to the US
Disabled Athletes Table Tennis web site. Here you will find general
information for those wishing to get involved in
IPC, IPTTC, and
USATT sanctioned events.
tennis is one of the most enjoyable sports on the Paralympic Games program.
There are 5 wheelchair divisions and 5 standing disabled divisions.
Although we are a
little over 1
year away to qualify for the Paralympics in Beijing in 2008 there are 3
Win the IPTTC
Regional Qualifications (2007 Para Pan Am Games) in your singles class
Be ranked among the
top in your class internationally (each class has a different number of
players that will be pre-selected based on world ranking)
Be selected as a
wildcard or team target player.
There are many
events on the IPTTC
Calendar to enter. If you excel
internationally you will have the opportunity to become a
national or elite
athlete in the eyes of the USOC Paralympics and would be eligible for
additional financial support.
Para Pan Am
Games will be in Rio, Brazil in 2007 will also be a direct qualifier for the
2008 Paralympic in Beijing.
If you are
interested in competing or being staff at the Para Pan Am Games, please
review and follow these documents.
2007 Parapanamerican Games - Rio de
**Pending final approval by USOC Board of Directors
Athletes (Click Link) - If you are seriously thinking about qualifying
read this document!!! You will need to fill some forms out also:
Form 1 - For Athletes
Form 2 -
- For Athletes
Form 4 - For Athletes
Form 5 - For Staff
You also need to go on-line and fill out this form:
Copy of picture page of passport (IMPORTANT: Passport
must be valid for at least 6 months from end of competition)
One digital headshot submitted electronically in JPEG
format (30-100 KB) Note: The background of this photo must be light in
color (white or light gray). Hats, headbands, and dark glasses may not
be worn in the photo. Please no funny facial expressions! For many of
the athletes we have taken headshots of you
here. If your image is not here you need to send one in.
Also please visit:
www.usantidoping.org if you are unsure if any medication you are
taking is a banned substance or not. This is your responsibility
and there is strict liability.
These many forms are due: February 12 to USOC (Dean
One Olympic Plaza
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
(719) 866-2048 - Office
(719) 866-2029 - Fax
Coaches (Click Link)
Team Leaders (Click Link)
Additional Officials (Click Link)
Jennifer Johnson inducted into Wheelchair Sports USA Hall
of Fame! Read Jennifer's acceptance letter.
If you are
interested in finding a local club or coach please contact:
Dean Nakamura -
Sean O'Neill - USOC Table Tennis Lead
Sharon Brooks - USATT Disabled
Jennifer Johnson - USATT Disabled
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