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Table Tennis

Total investment 2014–15: $672,000 (high performance – para: $290,000; participation: $198,200; other: $183,800)

ASC funding as a percentage of total income: 66%
Table Tennis Australia has been rated as on track. The 2014 performances of Australian athletes were encouraging, with Melissa Tapper winning a bronze at the world championships (an Australian first) and Sam Von Einem rising to world number three in his first full year of international competition.

Table Tennis Australia is working well across key areas and is focused on growing its opportunities for capturing new athletes, including ongoing work with the Australian Paralympic Committee on athlete profiling and identification.

Table Tennis Australia has been working towards governance reforms following assistance by the ASC in 2011. A timetable with issues to be addressed was developed and Table Tennis Australia has been undertaking these reforms in order to meet the ASC’s mandatory sports governance principles.

2014 Paralympic benchmark event // world para championships

Medal target: 0 to 1

Actual: gold 0 silver 0 bronze 1 total 1

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