Through the people of Ping!, we regularly hear how table tennis has a powerful impact on lives and communities.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Ping! and to celebrate our decade, over the last 10 weeks we have released a series of short films telling the stories of some of the inspirational projects and people of Ping!   

From Gordon, who after a brain injury, found himself rock bottom but has gained a new lease of life at the Mansfield Ping Pong Parlour; to the KX Tribe, a table tennis club which evolved organically from the Ping! tables in London’s Kings Cross and now attracts high level players from all over the world. 

This is the #PowerofPing and we’ve enjoyed sharing these stories with you over the last 10 weeks. 

Below is a montage of all the films  …. enjoy!


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Thank you to all the individuals who told their stories for the #PowerofPing film series and to the following organisations:

WomensZone, Bradford

St Vincents Support Centre, Leeds

Burley Hall, Ilkley

Peter Thompson – Adapted Ping Pong

@TheGrange, Blackpool

Abbeyfields Care Home, Ilkley

KX Tribe, London

Shaun Alvey – Inclusive Ping Pong


Battle of the Paddle, Bristol

Age UK Barnsley – Men in Sheds

Seacroft Care Home, Leeds

Sarah Monsoon – Four Seasons Shopping Centre, Mansfield

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