• PEI Takes Gold at 2023 Atlantic Table Tennis Championships

    PEI Men’s team of Todd Gregory, Jeff Clow and Minh Nguyen took first place in the Senior Men’s Team event, and Gregory, who is a 14-time winner of the Men’s Singles title at the Atlantic Championships, also took home the coveted Mo Mohammed Award, given annual to a player who exemplifies good sportsmanship and dedication to the game of Table Tennis.

    PEI players also fared well in numerous other events, with Zaeem Arif taking the Men’s Under 21 title, by defeating Oliver Woodward, of New Brunswick, and with Minh Nguyen placing second in B Singles. In addition, fourteen year old Eason Wang showed promise for the future, making it to the semi-finals in 5 junior and rated singles events.

    The Atlantic Championships were held over 2 days, with over 90 athletes, from all 4 Atlantic provinces, participating in 25 events, including Championship singles, age singles, rated singles, doubles, mixed doubles and team events in the Junior and Senior team categories.

    Next year’s Atlantic Championships will be held in Moncton, New Brunswick.

  • Farida Chishti, PEI Mutual Official of the Year!

    Congratulations Farida!

    Farida Chishti knows her way around the world of table tennis. Having managed Team P.E.I. at the last six Canada Games, she is also a national level umpire, who officiates locally, nationally and internationally. Early in 2017, Farida officiated at the Atlantic Table Tennis Championships in Charlottetown, and was awarded with the men’s championship match. Later in July, she found herself at the junior and senior national championships in Markham, Ont., where she was named tournament assistant referee. Farida’s year was capped off in December by attending the Para and US open held at the Las Vegas Convention Centre. The event contained more than 90 tables and 800 athletes.
  • P.E.I. brings home medals from Nova Scotia tournament

    P.E.I.’s table tennis team brought home four medals from a tournament in Musquodoboit this week in Nova Scotia. From left, are Farida Chishti manager; Zaeem Arif, gold medal in Division F; coach Najam Chishti; Mike Li, silver medal winner in Division E; and Daniel Zhao, gold medal in U13 an U15 boys. Coverage by The Guardian Published: Dec 19 at 7:41 p.m.

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Dr. Chishti has been involved with Table Tennis for more than 40 years. His children have all played the sport with Shelha Chishti winning a SILVER medal in table tennis for PEI in the 1987 Canada Winter Games held in Sydney, NS. Dr. Chishti has been involved as a parent, a coach , an administrator and an elite official. In 1987, Dr. Chishti embarked on Table Tennis Canada’s pathway to become an elite official. He passed his National Umpire exam in 1991 and after years of training and practice he wrote the International Umpire exam in 2001 and received his IU credentials. His first International tournament was in Santiago Chile in 2003 followed by a litany of events from local, Provincial, National and International events. The following are just a few of the events. Atlantic Championships – many years Para Panamerican Games in Toronto, Canada (2015) North American Championships in Toronto, Canada (2015) US Open & ITTF Challenge in Las Vegas, USA (2013) Liebherr US Open & ITTF Pro Tour, Ft. Lauderdale (2005) Canadian Championships- 2015, 2013, 2008,2004 and others World Team Championships in Dresden,Germany (2011) Para Panamerican Games in Guadalajara, Mexico (2011) Spanish Open (2007) Stag Canadian Open , Vancouver (2004) Dr. Chishti continues to set goals for himself . His first goal is to become a Blue Badge Umpire recognized by the International Table Tennis Federation as an elite official. His second goal is to officiate at an Olympic Games. Dr. Chishti has been recognized for his dedication and commitment to sport by a variety of organizations at the local, Provincial and National Level. Some of the awards include: Sport PEI official of the year - 2001, 2002 TTCAN’s Official of the Year – Art Barran Award 2004 TTCAN’s Betty Tweedy Memorial Trophy (Sport Administration) - 2003 PEITTA’s outstanding service award - 2006 Sport PEI Administrator of the year - 1993 Recipient of the Queen's Jubilee medal - 2012 Presidents Award presented by Sort PEI - 2015 Dr. Najam Chishti has provided a service to his community, province and country over a span of more than 40 years. Congratulations!
The Rotary Club of Charlottetown member and past president is putting the donation plate on one of the three ITTF-certified tournament tables, which were donated by the Rotary Club.

We're grateful and thrilled with the generous gift.

To all members of PEI Table Tennis Association:
The Atlantic Team 2024 Selection Trial will be held on : TBA

All PEITTA members are invited to compete for the opportunity to represent PEI at the Atlantic Championship tournament this May in Moncton, NB.

Our club is grateful for the financial support of the Department of Health and Wellness under the PEI Wellness Strategy grant and of our other sponsors!

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