Table Tennis Ireland is the National Governing Body for Para Table Tennis.
The sport was included in the first Paralympic Games in Rome in 1960 and is now estimated to have more than 40 million competitive players and millions of recreational players.
Para Table Tennis Ireland Vision and Strategy
Govern, promote, and develop Para Table Tennis in Ireland
Support clubs and coaches to become more inclusive, and implement Para Table Tennis programs in line with their able-bodied programs
Organise training camps and competitions for Para athletes at provincial and national level
Represent Irish Para Table Tennis in Ireland and abroad
Select and support the provincial, national and international Para Table Tennis squads.
My name is Colin Judge. I’m 24 years old and was born with three missing limbs. I started playing table tennis nearly 11 years ago and the sport has been a massive part of me since then. It gave meaning to my life during some very difficult times. My dream is to qualify for the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
I’ve made a decision to put my career on hold and follow an intense plan of competitions and training abroad. I’m completely committed to table tennis now.
I would not be European champion without the support of my family and friends. I’d greatly appreciate any donation, no matter how small to help me fulfil my dream of becoming a Paralympian in the sport that changed my life.
I have setup a GoFundMe page to help achieve my dream: