School Year 2015 Schedule and Events
American Youth Table Tennis (AYTTO) plans to offer a line-up of exciting table tennis tournaments for it's after school participants and for the table tennis community. Please
click here for our programs initiatives or scroll below for a listing of our tournaments and Academies the fall , winter and spring seasons.
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AYTTO partners with local schools and after school organizations to run after school table tennis in selective New York City and Boston area schools.
If you are interested in organizing an after school program, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
Please click here for parent letter here for flier and here for registration form. We hope to see you and your child at our next Sunday's program.
• World Class Table Tennis Instruction (footwork, tactics, service, loop, and more!)
• Match play and Physical Work Outs
• Fun Games
• Opportunity to Socialize and Meet Others
• Drills to Develop Coordination and Agility
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Middle School Table Tennis League - AYTTO is proud to partner with the Leading Community Based Organizations and The New York City Department of Education on a middle school league. The purpose of the league is to introduce middle school youth to the Olympic Sport of Table Tennis in a skills based program that incorporates friendly team competitions between schools, culminating in a school championship team tournament. Season Winter (Jan 6th to March 15th).
Youth & Adult Tournaments:
Seasonal Mash-Up Tournaments held in partnership with Chinese Community Center of Flushing.
Next Tournament: Expected in May
After School Programs:
List of After School Programs:
Private In School Programs - For School Students Only:
Public School 126, Manhattan - Thursday's
Lower Manhattan Community School, Manhattan - Thursday's
Public School 184, Manhattan - Monday, Wednesday's
PS 125, Queens, Monday - Friday.
East-West School For International Studies, Queens Wed, Thursday.
Public Programs For AYTTO-CCCF and Outside Students:
Chinese Community Center of Flushing, Queens, Saturday (Advanced TT Academy)
Chinese Community Center of Flushing, Queens, Saturday (Grassroots TT Acadamy)
Public School 126, Manhattan, Sunday Academy
Old Greenwich Community Center - Monday's
Interested in Registering Your Program with AYTTO, visit our "Join Us" page.
Saturday Table Tennis:
We have partnered with Chinese Community Center of Flushing to run Saturday Table Tennis. All AYTTO and outside students welcome. Please contact Chinese Community Center of Flushing for Additional Information or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
International Table Tennis Federation Coaching Course:
ITTF Coaching Seminar. Click here for report.
High School League - March 9th 2014
The New York City Department of Education (PSAL) in partnership with American Youth Table Tennis Organization, ran its first high school league. Congratulations to Stuyvesant and Cardozo High Schools. Click here for full article.
Middle School League - March 9th 2014
The New York City Middle School Team Championships was held at PS 126 on March 9th. 126 Students, 16 teams. A fun day for all. Congratulations to all participating schools, students, parents, volunteers and coaches.
Results: Open Division: Shuang Wen Academy (PS 184) 1st, Anderson School 2nd, Ryan MS and PS 125Q 3rd-4th . Girls Division: 125Q 1st, 184M 2nd. Junior Varsity: 125Q 1st Ryan 2nd.
Mash Up Youth Tournaments:
Table Tennis Clinics:
16 students participated in the 2014 Winter break clinic held in partnership with CCCF and AYTTO in flushing Queens. Students learned, service, service return, loop, footwork, third-ball, fifth ball game play tactics and much more!.
@ NYC Mayor's Cup Table Tennis Championships 4/28
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Past Events 2013 and Prior
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AYTTO Winter Camp- Table Tennis
AYTTO held a 3 day winter camp at PS 126 in lower Manhattan. 24 students learned new skills and concepts - forehand loop, footwork, service return and much much more. Expert instruction from world class coaches!
New York City School Teacher Training - Table Tennis
2011 Summer Programs and Tournaments
AYTTO in partnership with SASF and public school 126 in Lower Manhattan provided an engaging 3 week summer clinic for over 25 motivated students. The program provided participants with a detailed instruction in a fun but challenging environment.
At the end of the summer, AYTTO, sponsored 4 participants to play in the New York Open (a four star nationally sanctioned event).
ITTF Coaching Seminar
Fifteen Participants Increases their coaching knowledge and became an ITTF Level 1 Certified Coach. This Certification is recognized by AYTTO, USA Table Tennis, and every table tennis country association in the world. The information learned in this program was extremely valuable for all participants.
A total of eight schools participated in the AYTTO High School Team Championship Tournament held this Sunday May 22nd at PS 126 in Manhattan. Participating schools included Brooklyn Tech , Benjamin N Cardozo, Stuyvesant, Millennium, Midwood, Ramaz, School of the Future, and High School for Dual Language and Asian Studies.
The purpose of this co-ed tournament was to give high school students an opportunity to form teams and compete against one another. This tournament was organized by the participating high school student themselves with AYTTO as facilitating and coordinating entity. Over 5o students competed, including some top New York State talent and future Olympic team hopefuls. The presence of these players raised the intensity of play and created future rivalries.
Results: Brooklyn Tech High School "A" team; consisting of Jonah Awad, New York State # 10 in the under 18 category, Jacky Zheng, David Xiong and Andy Mai, finished first. Benjamin N. Cardozo's High School finished a close second. The Cardozo team consisted of Phillip Woo, New York State #14, Andy Liu and Andrew Jeung. The final's match produced some outstanding hard fought points with the Cardozo team falling 3-0. Each of the 3 Brooklyn Tech wins were in doubt as the Cardozo’s pushed each match to the 5th and tie-breaking game
In the semi-final Brooklyn Tech overcome their own 'B' team of Justin A,Ivan Lin ,San Koko and Keith Tan 3-2. Meanwhile, Cardozo ousted the No.2 seed in the tournament Stuyvesant 3-1. Mayor's Cup High school Girls Singles winner Anna Ho, who is ranked number 5 in New York State.
Congratulations to all participants! We hope to see you at our upcoming events!
May 8th: NYC Mayor's Cup Table Tennis Championships: – Alfred E Smith Recreation Center: NYC & Company, in partnership with American Youth Table Tennis ran its most successful mayor’s cup ever. One hundred and one entrants, expert play, free tee shirts, great conditions all lead to a fun and competitive event.
This was our fifth year organizing and running this competition. Each and every year the level of play rises. For results and an outstanding article on the event, please click here to view an article written by Youth 1 on the event.
Table Tennis is a great city sport. It requires little space, is captivating and physically and mentally challenging. We are pleased that the City of New York includes table tennis as part of the Mayor’s Cup Series
We look forward to running this event every year or the benefit of New York City and Metropolitan Area school children.
March 5th - Middle School League Championships: One Hundred and Six students competed in the second annual Middle School League Championship Tournament. Thirteen schools played. After four hours of frenzied mach play, PS 126 defeated last year's winner Nest + M. Please click here for a detailed tournament report.
|2011 Middle School Championships - New York City|
November 2010 - Middle School Challenge: Twenty one students participated in the Fat Cat School Challenge tournament on Saturday November 13th. Students from IS 126, Tompkins Square Middle School, and Lab School participated in a giant round robin. In the finals, Glen Price defeated Chen Qixin in a hard fought and exciting finals.
Train The Trainer Certification: On November 2nd AYTTO provided a detailed train the trainer certification program. Twenty One New York City School Teacher's participated! A special thanks to ITTF coach to Sydney Christophe for making this a memorable training for all!
November 2nd ITTF training
Prior Year Photo Gallery
AYTTO Events and Programs- 2009-10
From MiddleSchoolLeague Photos