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Canada Winter Games Summer Training

Updated July 18:  There has been a change in the time slots for the training sessions.  Note that the time has been changed.  The sessions will now take place from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm.


Jeremy Lehr, Junior Coach of NL and will be offering free training for all juniors that are eligible for the 2027 Canada Winter Games, as a sort of prep squad and early identification. These sessions will be small group training sessipons taking place at the Field House at MUN each Saturday from 10am-1pm over the summer. To be eligible you must be born between 2008-2015. Practices will start Saturday, June 1st and finish towards the end of August. The cost of entry into the facility is $9 so you would be required to pay that each session. Training will be intense with a focus on fitness, skipping, footwork, hand-eye coordination and of course table tennis skills. There will be more than just training at the table. If you live outside the area you are welcome to attend sessions if possible, however there will be camps targeted towards the same group during the 24/25 season in various regions of the province. Tryouts for the actual team will not be taking place until the 25/26 season and these are not mandatory for those interested in that. I plan to do the same thing next summer.

Anyone interested in this opportunity please email me at


Linked below is information on a girls table tennis camp held by Table Tennis Canada, happening from July 25 - July 28 in Quebec City. This is a great opportunity for some of our junior girls to take advantage of. You must be ages 10-18. All costs are covered besides transportation to and from Quebec and a $100 registration fee. NLTTA is willing to provide funds to those athletes that attend. Please contact myself or an NLTTA executive if you are interested in participating in this event or have any questions!


For more info visit TT Canada Girl's Training

Anyone interested in this opportunity please contact Jeremy Lehr at or Barry Hicks at

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