The OTTF is pleased to announce that Kerri Tepper will run the first ever Womens course in the region. Without doubt Kerri is one of the most respected women in our sport (and for that matter all sports) in Victoria, Australia and throughout Oceania.
For more information abour the course and Kerri's profile please read on.
4th to the 8th of October
China Club, Suva Fiji
Maximum 20 Participants - Must be female aged 16 or above.
(A Maximum of 8 participants from outside of Fiji)
Former Australian National Team member, See below for more info.
*The first 4 women from different South Pacific Countries to confirm attendance will receive free accommodation (at the Suva Apartments) and a meal allowance from the morning of the 3rd of October until the morning of the 9th of October. (Excludes participants from Fiji, Australia and New Zealand - However these countries will be entitled to a position if the 4 places are not filled)
*Dinner will be provided for all participants during the course.
*All other expenses will be at the participants own cost.
*Other Participants shall pay all their own expenses.
*Accommodation (approx. $60FJD per night)
To help increase the number of women in table tennis throughout the region, but especially in the areas of management, administration and coaching.
FINAL CONFIRMATION DUE BY THE
31ST AUGUST 2004
Confirmation of participation is to be sent to Steve Dainton (OTTF Development Officer) and Mareta Tovata (OTTF womens Co-ordinator) at the following email address.
Represented the Australian National table tennis team from 1986 - 1997 at over 27 major international events.
- 2 Olympic Games (Seoul 1988 and Barcelona 1992)
- 4 Commonwealth medals (one silver, three bronze)
- 3 Oceania women's singles titles
- 17 Australian Open titles (5 singles, 8 doubles, 4 mixed)
- 7 Australian Closed titles (3 singles, 3 doubles, 1 mixed)
- Australian Player of the Year four times
- Victorian Player of the Year an unprecedented 10 consecutive years 1985 -
- Table Tennis Victoria Hall of Fame Inductee 2002
- Australian Sports Medal recipient 2000
- Athlete representative in drug education -
* as a key presenter and panelist for the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) Drug Education Program (2000 - 2002);
* as an athlete role model/presenter for the World Anti Doping
Agency (WADA) Drug Education Program - World University Games, China (2001);
* and as an athlete representative for the WADA Independent Observer Program at the Manchester Commonwealth Games (2002).
Current sporting roles:
- Vice-President and Education Commission member of the Victorian Olympic
- Director of the Victorian Institute of Sport
Last Modified on 09/09/2004 13:59