It’s one year on from a breathtaking display of table tennis and para table tennis at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth games, and the appetite to play in Birmingham is still very much alive, seen most recently at the Birmingham Festival 23.
When England took on Fiji at the recent Commonwealth Games, in the opposing line-up was an English-born 62-year-old former shark diver on a mission to take table tennis in the Pacific island nation to new heights.
Table tennis equipment used by teams and athletes during the Commonwealth Games will be gifted to local sport and community groups in the West Midlands.
From the perspective of avid table tennis player and content creator, Jeremy Flint, the legacy of Birmingham 2022 and how it can inspire a new audience.
Table Tennis England using B2022 funding to help more people engage with sport and physical activity
Table Tennis England is helping people and communities in the West Midlands and across England to get active and play sport off the back of the Commonwealth Games, thanks to funding and support from Sport England and the National Lottery.