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European Olympic Singles Qualification - 21 Jan 2014

YOG World Qualification in Portugal


Two-day Youth Olympic Games World Qualification tournament commences on Wednesday 22nd January in Vila Nova de Gaia, situated south of the city of Oporto across the Douro River on the west coast of Portugal. In Portugal four boys and four girls will quali

Two-day Youth Olympic Games World Qualification tournament commences on Wednesday 22nd January in Vila Nova de Gaia, situated south of the city of Oporto across the Douro River on the west coast of Portugal. In Portugal four boys and four girls will qualify for Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games, where the table tennis events commence on Sunday 17th August and conclude on Saturday 23rd August. A place in the semi-finals is the goal in a competition which sees 16 boys and 16 girls in action in a two stage tournament.

The top 16 boys and top 16 girls on the Road to Nanjing Standing for 2013 qualify for the Youth Olympic Games World Qualification tournament, with the proviso that in each of the Boys’ and Girls’ Singles events there is one player from each of the six continents.

Only one boy and one girl per National Olympic Committee is eligible to compete in the Youth Olympic Games; the restrictions apply during all stages of the qualification process. In order to be eligible to compete in the Youth Olympic Games, players must be born between Monday 1st January 1996 and Thursday 31st December 1999 and receive National Olympic Committee approval.
At the schedule is also the the 2013 ITTF Global Junior Circuit Finals which follows the Youth Olympic Games World Qualification tournament. For the ITTF Junior Circuit Finals, in each of the Junior Boys’ Singles and Junior Girls’ Singles events, a player must have competed in two continents, no national association may be represented by more than two players; each continent is eligible to field one representative as is the host national association.

Entriies: Youth Olympic Games World Qualification Tournament
Boys
: Hugo CALDERANO (Brazil), KIM Minyeok (Korea), YANG Heng-Wei (Chinese Taipei), David REITSPIES (Czech Republic), HUNG Ka Tak (Hong Kong), Kilian ORT (Germany), Adam SZUDI (Hungary), Diogo CHEN (Portugal), Patryk ZATOWKA (Poland), Padasak TANVIRIYAVECHAKUL (Thailand), Brian AFANADOR (Puerto Rico), YIN Jing Yuan (Singapore), Kunal CHODRI (U.S.A.), Martin KHATCHANOV (Netherlands), Aly GHALLAB (Egypt), Ivan SULFARO (Australia)
Girls: DOO Hoi Kem (Hong Kong), Miyu KATO (Japan), Adina DIACONU (Romania), CHIU Ssu-Hua (Chinese Taipei), Tamolwan KHETKHUAN (Thailand), Natalia BAJOR (Poland), Charlotte CAREY (Great Britain), Kristyna STEFCOVA (Czech Republic), Kim VERMAAS (Netherlands), Anqi LUO (Canada), Tina LIN (U.S.A.), KIM Yedam (Korea), Maria Pia LORENZOTTI (Uruguay), YEE Herng Hwee (Singapore), Fagr SHOUMAN (Egypt), Sara TAN (Australia)

Entries: 2013 ITTF Global Junior Circuit Finals
Boys: Hugo CALDERANO (Brazil), LIAO Cheng-Ting (Chinese Taipei), KIM Minhyeok (Korea), YANG Heng-Wei (Chinese Taipei), David REITSPIES (Czech Republic), HUNG Ka Tak (Hong Kong), CHEN Hongtao (Canada), LAM Siu Hang (Hong Kong), Vitor ISHIY (Brazil), Diogo CHEN (Canada), Fermin TENTI (Argentina), Padasak TANVIRIYAVECHAKUL (Thailand), Miguel VILCHEZ (Spain), Elias RANEFUR (Sweden), Shady MAGDY (Egypt), Ivan SULFARO (Australia)
Girls: DOO Hoi Kem (Hong Kong), Ariel HSING (U.S.A.), Eka SO (Japan), Manika BATRA (India), Ayane MORITA (Japan), LAM Yee Lok (Hong Kong), CHIU Ssu-Hua (Chinese Taipei), Sutirtha MUKHERJEE (India), Tamolwan Khetkhuan (Thailand), Charlotte CAREY (Wales), HUANG Yu-Wen (Chinese Taipei), Linda BERGSTRÖM (Sweden), Maria-Pia LORENZOTTI (Uruguay), Rita FINS (Portugal), Yousra HELMY (Egypt), Sarah TAN (Australia)

Milica NIKOLIC, EWT

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