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(L) Robert Roberts - 3 Time Caribbean Champion. (R) Will Shortz New York Times Puzzle Editor. Their Club
At Westchester, New York. Great Tables, Fine Lighting, Nice Floors And Custom Logo Barriers.(Videos on pages 3 & 5)
Pre-tournament rules speech prior to beginning of 2014 MO Show-Me State Games Open.
Three Interplanetary Table Tennis Players. They're Playing Aboard The International Space Station. As You Can Tell
The Balls And Paddle Will
Free Float In
The Air. To Compensate - They Use Lightly Gripped Shoes To Maintain Balance
And To Grasp The Floor. From What They Tell NASA
- No One Can Beat
Them From The Other Countries Presently
Orbiting The Planet. Way To Go --- Todd D. And Gary D. And Wendy D.
·Play on Sundays from 1:30 pm till 5:30 pm! ·Site: O'Reilly-Tefft gym. 1408 E. Pythian Street Springfield! ·No Membership dues. Coaching available upon request! ·$4 per session. FREE to those 15 and younger! ·Balls provided, return when finished! ·EpcotMagic@aol.com
(A brief history of Ozarks Table Tennis Club.) Club originated as GOTTA - Greater Ozarks Table Tennis Association and was started by Dave Zapatka while a student at Southwest Missouri State University in the fall of 1971. They played in a building at 2006 N. National Avenue. There were two leagues: one commercial and one university. The commercial league consisted of City Utilities, The Elk's Lodge and the Forsythe Table Tennis Club. The Forsythe Club was run by Jack Harrison a longtime player from Kansas City. The university league consisted of: Baptist Bible College, Central Bible College, Drury University, Evangel University and SMSU. Stan Morest was a member of the commercial club and from 1938 to 1939 was the president of the USTTA ... (United States Table Tennis Association as it was then known). From 1975 to 1982 Stan Morest was also an associate editor of the USTTA's monthly magazine and contributed on various topics. GOTTA then closed its doors in February of 1975. (Zapatka owned Z Tech Corporation before moving out of the area in 2003.) Club was inactive through the 1980's before being revitalized by Hugh Mason in 1993. Ozarks Table Tennis Club then achieved USATT accreditation and chartering through Mason's guidance and the club relocated to Wesley United Methodist Church on Republic Road from 1993 to 2001. Club sponsored two sanctioned tourneys during this 8 year period, one by Ted Murphy from Ozark, MO, in 1997, which garnered 24 players and one by Bill Lewis in 2001, which garnered 27 players. First event was won by Jeff Williams from Springfield and the latter by Rick Seiler from St. Louis. Lewis was then elected President who began an affiliation with Springfield Parks & Recreation relocating to O'Reilly-Tefft gymnasium at 1408 E. Pythian Street in 2002. Ozarks Table Tennis Club has subsequently staged 32 USATT sanctioned tournaments; 6 non-sanctioned tourneys and 5 "mini" tournaments. Thirty-five tournaments held at O'Reilly-Tefft; 5 held at Baptist Bible College; 2 held at Central Bible College; and 1 held at Parkview High School. There have been 1660 players, $39,220 in payouts and multiple thousands of matches played and completed. Eminent players in Springfield: Eric Owens, 2003 USA National champion; Mark Hazinski, world rated #367; Choor Sime Oh (from Malaysia) world rated #536; Alfred Najem (from Lebanon) world rated #602; Paulo Rocha (from Brazil) world rated #633; Fernando Yamazato (from Brazil) world rated #682; Venkat Ramesh (from India) world rated #725; and Joey Cochran world rated #1138. Notable Springfield champions: Alfred Najem "5 times"; Parviz Mojaverian, Overland Park, KS "4 times" and Richard Martin, Kansas City, MO "3 times". Springfield is a recognized leader in table tennis in both Missouri and the mid-West.
Eric Owens: 2001 United States National Champion.
Eric won the 2005 Missouri Winter Games Open 1st Place In Open Singles And: $1000.
The Serves of Jon-Ove Waldner.
P.J. Phachantry & Megan Hayes 2nd Place 3200 Doubles. (Wichita State Players.) Megan Hayes 2nd Place 3200 Doubles and 1st Place under 1000 Cornilleau 740 Open.
Patricio Pereyra: 2nd Place Open Round Robin; 2nd Place Open Singles; 2nd Place Open Doubles.
Alfredo Baez: 2nd Place Open Doubles In The 2015 Missouri Show-Me State Games Open.
Kevin Desrosiers: Chesterfield, MO. Under 1200 1st Place -- Queen City of the Ozarks Open.
The "Hook Serve" Tutorial
Raj Coona: 2nd Place Under 2000 At The 2015 Missouri Show-Me State Games Open.
Scott Barone, Cabot, Arkansas. 2014 Missouri Show-Me State "Open" Champion.
Players in FULL playing action on a Sunday afternoon.
Marko Terzic 2nd Place Under 1800. 2014 Missouri Show-Me State Games Open.
Rock Norat and Omar Roman: 2nd Place Under 3200 Doubles. 2015 Missouri Show-Me State Games Open.
David Chu: 1st place Under 2000, 2nd Place Open Doubles; 3rd Place Under 1800. 2014 MO Winter Games
Marko Terzic Ballwin, MO. vs. Peidu Gu Lawrence, KS. 2014 Missouri Winter Games Open.
Alfred Najem (from Lebanon): 2007, '08, '09, '10, '11 -- 1st Place Open Finishes. 5 Year Record: 51 Wins and 1 loss.
Hamid Ezzat / Sina Asadallahi vs. Sam Liu / JiWen Wu in: 2013 MO Winter Games Open.
(L) Jamey Hall National Umpire & Hamid Ezzat. Playing: Parviz Mojaverian '4' Time Springfield, MO Champion.
Timo Boll (Germany) vs. Ma Lin (China) (One Of Top 10 Matches EVER.)
Nik Terzic, Ballwin, MO. 1st Place Under 1800 - 2014 MO Winter Games Open.
Jeff Johnston 1st Place Open Singles: Giant Jumbo Round Robin Nov 22, 2008.
Ben Lewis Springfield vs. James Chambers Garfield AR - "Mini-Tournament" January 26, 2014.
Russ Hamilton, Bentonville, Arkansas: 1st Place Open. Mini-Tournament January 26, 2014.
The Playing Arena --- Plenty Of Room For Great Matches.
David Girdner, Clarksville, TN. 1st Place U-1750 and U-1550. 2010 Celluloid Shootout Open.
Ray Presnell Ozark, Missouri - Hitting A Fast One Past A Defender. May 24, 2008 'Mini-Tournament.'
Wenyan Drake and Joe Fong from Springfield discussing Joe's world famous backhand.
Top Points From 2009
Dr. Shang Lee, Springfield: 2nd Place Winner "Mini" Tournament January 26, 2014.
"Frisco Through The Ozarks" - by Springfield Artist: Charles Summey.
Two Hamilton's And Victoria Bogomilova Pondering Farm Equipment At: Queen City Of The Ozarks Open.