Drummondville, Quebec, from July 10 to 14, 2023
2023 Canadian Junior
Table Tennis Championships
Above header image: Singles competition during the Canada Winter Games from February 2023.
The 2023 Canadian Junior Table Tennis Championships will be held this summer in Drummondville, Quebec from July 10th to July 14th. The tournament will include boys and girls singles, doubles and team events in Under 19, Under 15 and Under 13 categories. The competition is expected to be intense between BC, Ontario and Quebec, the traditional big three in the sport nationally. The teams had an opportunity to check out each other’s strengths and weaknesses during the PEI Canada Winter Games in February where BC finished in 3rd place.
The tournament prospectus PDF is available for download on the right, as is the Singles events entry form for boys and girls in the following categories: U19, U15 and U13. For Singles events, all eligible BC athletes need to register your events using this form signing-up for a maximum of two age category events. Send your entry form and e-transfer for your payment to the tournament director. If you have any questions, contact us at the same email address. Hurry, the entry deadline for all players entering singles events is May 24 at 5:00pm!
The BC Team Boys and Girls teams will be announced later this spring.
Meanwhile coming up this summer…soon after the Canadian Junior Championships is the 2023 ITTF Pan American Youth Table Tennis Championships in Charleston, West Virginia, USA, from July 23 through July 30. The prestigious international table tennis tournament for participants in the U-15 and U-19 age groups will be the ultimate goal for Canada’s top table tennis juniors this summer. BC juniors qualifying for the Canadian contingent include Zonggang (Terry) Li in the boys U15; Jiayi (Fiona) Nie and Crystal Liu in the girls U19; and Olivia Huang in the girls U15. Best wishes for the success of BC’s Juniors in the upcoming Pan Am Youth tournament!
Above image: David and Terry share victorious moment during doubles event at the Canada Winter Games February 2023.