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3 12, 2017

Results MRHS Marathon – Dec 2, 2017

2017-12-04T00:02:32+00:00

Congratulation to all winners and participants of the Junior/Senior marathon held in Musquodoboit this past weekend! NSTTA   JUNIORS Category Winner Hometown         Club runner-up Hometown     Club Boys 18 CHAN, Tin Long Anson (NS) AVTTC DAUPHINEE, Davis (NS) Musquodoboit Girls 18 VANWYCHEN, Carmen (NS) Musquodoboit HAYES, Maddy (NS) Cole Harbour Boys 15 QI, Haichuan (NS) Kings [...]

8 11, 2017

New Para Multi-Sport Program Launches in Halifax

2017-11-08T01:00:55+00:00

For the first time ever, youth with a disability will be offered a dynamic multi-sport camp where, with a single registration, kids will learn and participate in seven different sports over an eight-month time period. Designed for children and youth ages 8-16 with a physical disability and/or mobility aid, the Para Multi-Sport Halifax program will [...]

24 10, 2017

Auburn Table Tennis Marathon 2017

2017-10-24T14:47:40+00:00

The first Marathon event for NS Table Tennis Association was held at Auburn Drive High School in Dartmouth, NS on Saturday Oct 21, 2017.  Forty-eight (48) players from communities across Nova Scotia including Cape Breton, Truro, Halifax, Dartmouth, Canning, Middle Musquodoboit and smaller communities competed with at least four players from New Brunswick and five from Prince [...]

24 10, 2017

Canada Games Event – Trials #2

2017-10-24T14:40:05+00:00

The Canada Games Trial #2 is now complete and again players were prepared, ready to play, and learn. NSTTA is fortunate to have group that demonstrates ability, enthusiasm, and sportsmanship. Congratulations to all. Please note that the next trial will be held in Canning on Sunday Nov 19 at 2pm.   Results are as follows:     RESULTS [...]

21 10, 2017

Canada Games Event – Trial #1

2017-10-21T08:48:54+00:00

The first team trial for the Canada Winter Games was a great success. Thanks to parents, participants and volunteers, the October 14th, 2017 event in Cape Breton saw high quality players with a bright future. Carmen Vanwychen and Davis Dauphinee  made the core team of 10 females and 10 males respectively.   Below are the trial highlights. [...]

29 08, 2017

Great Opportunity – KAKEHASHI Project

2017-08-29T10:31:20+00:00

On behalf of the Consulate General of Japan in Toronto, we are pleased to present Canadian athletes with the opportunity to take part in The KAKEHASHI Project  - Japan’s Friendship Ties Program.  The KAKEHASHI Project is an international initiative sponsored by the government of Japan to promote people-to-people exchanges between Japan and regions around the world. [...]