2024 Olympic Games
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The Summer Olympics are in Paris, France from the 26th July to 11th August 2024 and Table Tennis makes its 10th appearance

 By Martin Hughes
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The 2024 Olympic Games will be held in Paris, France and is the first Games since the global pandemic.

Table tennis is one of the 47 sports which make up this iconic event, having first joined the Olympic family in 1988 in Seoul, South Korea.

But which companies will supply the table tennis equipment for the 2024 Games?

Let's take a look...

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Table Tennis Table Supplier

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The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) have announced that Chinese table tennis manufacturer Shanghai Double Happiness (DHS) are the official table tennis table supplier for the 2024 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games in Paris, France.

A proud supporter of international table tennis since 1961, DHS's commitment to excellence and passion for the sport makes them a natural partner in delivering new innovations for the equipment used.

And with the table as the visual centre of the game; the players stage; and it's undeniable focal point - DHS will introduce a custom-made table for these Games based on the DHS Rainbow II table. It will have a black playing surface.

Here's the table they produced for the 2012 London Olympic Games...

2024 Olympic Games Table Tennis Table provider is Double Happiness (DHS)

 

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Table Tennis Ball Supplier

Double Fish - 2024 Olympic Games Table Tennis Ball Supplier

Guangzhou Double Fish Sports Goods Group. Co. Ltd (Double Fish) have been named the Sole Supplier of Table Tennis Balls at the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The Double Fish PAR40+ 3 star ball will be used.

Wang Xiaodong, Chairman of Double Fish, said...

"Double Fish is delighted to be the sole supplier of table tennis balls at the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

We are proud to be involved again in such a fantastic event for the first time since Beijing 2008.

With our athlete and fan-centred philosophy, we hope to improve all kinds of sport equipment and service through technology innovation and breakthrough, and jointly promote the development of table tennis."

Double Fish PAR40+ table tennis balls Double Fish PAR40+ table tennis balls

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Floor Covering Supplier

Hebei Enlio Sports Group (Enlio) have been announced as the Official Flooring Supplier for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Enlio logo - 2024 Olympic Table Tennis Floor Covering Supplier

Their black Super Weaving Surface will be used.

Enlio Chairman, Li Yu, said...

"We are delighted to continue our partnership with the ITTF.

We are very proud to see our flooring used in the top table tennis events of the ITTF as well as being the sole supplier of table tennis flooring for the Paris 2024 Games.

We will be committed to providing environmentally safe, first-class performance Sports flooring and high-quality event services, continuing to strengthen the close cooperation with ITTF, and look forward to contributing to the promotion and development of table tennis around the world."

Black Enlio floor covering will be used at the 2024 Olympic Games Black Enlio Super Weaving Surface floor covering

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Olympic Games

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2024 Olympic Games - Paris, France

2020 Olympic Games - Tokyo, Japan

2016 Olympic Games - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2012 Olympic Games - London, England

2008 Olympic Games - Beijing, China

2004 Olympic Games - Athens, Greece

 

 

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World Championships

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2024 World Team Championships - Busan, South Korea

2023 World Championships - Durban, South Africa

2022 World Team Championships - Chengdu, China

2021 World Championships - Houston, USA

2020 World Team Championships - Busan, South Korea

2019 World Championships - Budapest, Hungary

2018 World Team Championships - Halmstad, Sweden

2017 World Championships - Dusseldorf, Germany

2016 World Team Championships - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2015 World Championships - Suzhou, China

2014 World Team Championships - Tokyo, Japan

2013 World Championships - Paris, France

2012 World Team Championships - Dortmund, Germany

2011 World Championships - Rotterdam, Netherlands

2010 World Team Championships - Moscow, Russia

2009 World Championships - Yokohama, Japan

 

ITTF World Tour

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World Cup

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European Championships

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2017 European Championships - Luxembourg, Luxembourg

2016 European Championships - Budapest, Hungary

2015 European Championships - Russia, Ekaterinburg

2014 European Championships - Lisbon, Portugal

2013 European Championships - Schwechat, Austria

2012 European Championships - Herning, Denmark

2011 European Championships - Gdansk/Sopot, Poland

2010 European Championships - Ostrava, Czech Republic

2009 European Championships - Stuttgart, Germany

2008 European Championships - St Petersburg, Russia

 

Commonwealth Games

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