Table Tennis

About Table Tennis

As one of the oldest sports at the Canada Games, it has been bringing Canadian athletes to the table since 1967.

Table tennis made its Olympic debut in 1988, and has featured on every program since. A sport dominated by athletes from China, success has evaded Canadian athletes with the Canucks coming closest with a fifth place finish in 1996.

Table tennis has a longer history on the Canada Games program than the Olympic program, appearing in every Winter Games since the inaugural Games in 1967. It has also always featured female and male events. Notable alumni include Andre Ho, Faazil Kassam, and Marie-Christine Roussy.

Notable alumni

PEI Convention Centre

The Prince Edward Island Convention Centre adjoins Delta Prince Edward; the two combined offer over 50,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. The Confederation Ballroom boasts 24,000 sq. ft. of space, divisible into six separate rooms. Two sections of the ballroom offer floor-to-ceiling windows with a water view.

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