Tokelau Table Tennis Association

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Tokelau Table Tennis Association
Sport Table tennis
Jurisdiction Tokelau
Founded2010 (2010)
Affiliation ITTF
Affiliation date2011
Regional affiliation OTTF
Affiliation date2010
Headquarters Tokelau
SecretarySusan H. Perez
Official website
Flag of Tokelau.svg

The Tokelau Table Tennis Association was formed on the islands of Tokelau in October 2010. It was the first sport in Tokelau to be granted membership at a Continental or World level. They became the 23rd member of the Oceania Table Tennis Federation. [1]

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  1. Houston, Scott. "Tokelau, a speck in the ocean but an important new member for Oceania". ITTF News. Retrieved 6 March 2013.