• A Table for Two

    How the sport of Table Tennis provides physical fitness and can add years to your life Dean Johnson weaves a series of interconnected events that helped him achieve success in life, love, and business. Sometimes coincidental, more often serendipitous and divinely inspired, Johnson’s stories include over 250 photos. The common thread is table tennis, the sport […]

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  • A Karate Master’s Secret Weapon: Ping Pong

    A CEO with a black belt who draws from several disciplines to stay fit says table tennis is crucial to his regimen Kenny Markanich, an apparel company executive based in Nashville, Tenn., defends an attack from instructor Wayne Tyler using a block, grab and strike move during a class at David Deaton Karate Studio in […]

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  • Ping Pong in Bryant Park, New York

    A powerful look at how outdoor ping pong tables, set up in the heart of New York City, are welcoming players from all walks of life.

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  • Oceanfront pingpong tournament to benefit service dog nonprofit Mutts with a Mission for veterans

    By Lee Belote Correspondent Mutts with a Mission spent a recent afternoon training service dogs at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. The program offers program-trained dogs or one can have their own dog go through the program assuming the puppy meets the requirement to become a service dog.  These dogs serve their country through Mutts with […]

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  • PingPongforCHARITY Tournament Rules

    Round Robin to Single Elimination Bracket A Round Robin format begins the tournament and once completed, each player will be moved to a single elimination bracket.  There will be two groups for each age category, except for the Seniors Challenge which will have one.  Format of the matches will follow the same best 2 out […]

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  • Pong for Pups & Patriots Kicks Off 1st Annual Event!

    Pong for Pups & Patriots Kicks Off 1st Annual Event! Come join us for fun, food, drinks and register to play in our first annual Pong for Pups & Patriots Ping Pong Tournament at The Bunker, oceanfront Virginia Beach on April 14th!Or if you want to just hang out and watch while supporting the causes, […]

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  • Table tennis program to improve mental, physical health for Peninsula seniors

    Several residents at Colonial Harbor retirement community in York County could recall a time they had played table tennis. For most, the memories were from their childhoods — one man said the last time he played was more than 60 years ago. On Thursday afternoon, Ping Pong Gives Charity Foundation and Greg Garrett Realty surprised […]

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  • Welcome Anna Ord, Psy.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist, to the Board of The PingPong.GIVES Charity Foundation

    Dr. Ord, a Director w/ Masters Program in General Psychology and Research Center in Clinical Neuropsychology is an Assistant Professor at Regent University.  She loves the sport of Table Tennis and is passionate to share her talents, skills and desire to improve mental health and brain fitness with our mission and vision. Ana, having moved to […]

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  • Table Tennis as Therapy for Children with Asperger’s; Autism

    Introduce ping pong for kids with mental challenges. Can children on the autism spectrum get better? What does it even mean to “get better”? Live normal lives? Be happier? Relate to people and engage in social interactions? Autism and Asperger’s specialist Rob Bernstein says ‘yes’—to all of the above. In his office in Dobbs Ferry, […]

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  • PingPong.GIVES Touches Uganda, East Africa

    Touching parts of the world we had no idea we would or could! #pingpongforcharity #slumpingpong #mentalhealth #socialimpact #brainfitness #internationalimpact @ Virginia Beach, Virginia #adventure #adventures #worldwide #life #worldpay

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