ATTU “Aim for the Stars” - back into action
ATTU “Aim for the Stars” is slowly getting back into action with National Projects the realistic option for now.
Qatar Table Tennis Association together with ATTU “Aim for the Stars” organized a camp at its Training Center from September 10 to October 3 that marked the restart of table tennis activities in the country since the Covid-19 related lockdown in March this year.
Around 70 players and 25 coaches from nine different clubs and national teams’ coaches took part including players from the Qatar Women’s Sports Committee.
The camp turned out to be a multicultural meeting place for table tennis enthusiasts including psychologists, physiotherapists, professional coaches, trainers and sparring partners.
In fact, QTTA aimed at creating an environment that maximized the training experience for each participant regardless of their age, gender, ability or cultural background.
Young cadets with QTTA officials, players and coaches
The camp was based on modern pedagogical principles as the QTTA provided a sparring warranty while the professional players ensured that even the most skilled participants can take part in the training.
Please find the sharing and remarks from them joining this camp.
Editor: Glenn Tepper