Para Table Tennis is an inclusive sport open to all individuals with physical and learning impairments. It was first introduced into the Paralympics in Rome in 1960 and have developed with athletes from over 100 countries now involved. It can be played standing up or with individuals sitting in wheelchairs.

In Para Table Tennis, men and women can participate in individual, doubles or team events, and matches consist of five sets of 11 points each, and are played in a best-of-five format.

Para Table Tennis will be part of the World Games competition with a previous training camp for all the participants and an open tournament.

Training Camp

From 8th to 9th August all the teams who wanted could participate in a techical practices with some of the best Table Tennis coaches  to improve their skills.

Open Competition

From 10th to 11th, after the training camp, athletes will have the opportunity to compete.

All participating countries must be members of CPISRA in good standing.

Age: 12 years over on 1st January 2018

Gender: Male and Female

Classification: 1-10



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