Table Tennis Workshop

presented by Table Tennis Saskatchewan

Remai Modern is pleased to host a clinic presented by Table Tennis Saskatchewan for those who are interested in learning more about the game. You will learn basic motor skills of table tennis, from how to hold the racket to the trajectory of how a ping pong ball bounces.

The coach will give a brief introduction at 2 PM and then let people play while he goes around offering tips and instruction. There’s no pre-registration required and it will be kind of ‘come and go’ as people want.

About the host: Paul Noel was born in Belgium in 1961. He started playing table tennis in his basement at the age of 6, becoming competitive at the age of 11. While studying Kinesiology he took part in the World University Championships in England. Shortly after finishing his Master of Kinesiology he joined the Belgium National Team as an assistant coach. He later became the head trainer in the professional table tennis league in Germany. Paul has also worked as the national team coach in Netherlands and Luxembourg. Since 2011 he has been the Saskatchewan Provincial coach, Paul has the role of promoting and growing the grassroots and high-performance side of the sport around the province.

About the talk

This workshop is presented with the interactive exhibition Tomorow is the Question by artist Rirkrit Tiravanija. Witness the exhibit in the free ground level Connect Gallary from January 9–March 24. 


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102 Spadina Crescent East
Saskatoon SK S7K 0L3