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Preface
In August 2008, the Games of the XXIX Olympiad will be held in Beijing, capital of China. Beijing, famous for its ancient culture and boasting a history of more than 3,000 years, has served as a capital city for more than 850 years. It has evolved into a thriving modern metropolis, which has witnessed rapid economic development, social harmony and progress. It is welcoming Olympic friends from all over the world with its unique historical enigma and great passion for the Olympics. “One World, One Dream”. Beijing is expecting the reunion of all members of the Olympic Family in 2008. Together, we will be creating the grandeur of the Olympic Games, sharing its joys and practising its ideals. This publication, which includes a hard copy and an electronic copy both in English and French, presents in detail the competition and training information on Table Tennis at the Games of the XXIX Olympiad. It also contains information on all related services, brief introduction of China, the city of Beijing, weather conditions, as well as contact information for the sport organizations. We sincerely hope this publication is conducive to and plays an important role in your participation in the Games of the XXIX Olympiad.

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Contents
General Information............................................................................................4 China in Brief ...............................................................................................4 Geography..............................................................................................4 Climate ...................................................................................................4 History ....................................................................................................4 Capital ....................................................................................................4 Population...............................................................................................5 Language and Writing.............................................................................5 Currency .................................................................................................5 Beijing Time ............................................................................................5 Beijing in Brief .............................................................................................5 Geography..............................................................................................5 Climate ...................................................................................................6 History ....................................................................................................6 Historic Sites...........................................................................................6 City Development and the Olympic Games ............................................6 Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Brief ........................................................7 Concepts and Aim...................................................................................7 Dates and Locations ...............................................................................7 Athletes and Visitors ...............................................................................8 Training and Competition Venues and Facilities .....................................8 Test Events .............................................................................................8 Cultural Events .......................................................................................8 Sport-Specific Information .................................................................................9 Olympic Table Tennis Competition ............................................................9 Competition Dates, Venue and Number of Athletes................................9 Competition Management.......................................................................9 BOCOG Competition Management Team...............................................9 Competition Events.................................................................................9 Competition Rules ................................................................................10 Competition Format ..............................................................................10 Participation.......................................................................................... 11 Entries ..................................................................................................18 Competition Schedule ..........................................................................19 Competition Venue ...............................................................................22 Equipment and Clothing .......................................................................23 Medals ..................................................................................................24 Doping Control......................................................................................24 Medical Services ..................................................................................25 Sport Information Service .....................................................................25

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Table Tennis Training ................................................................................27 Training Venues....................................................................................27 Medical Services ..................................................................................28 Training Arrangement ...........................................................................28 Other Information..................................................................................29 Accreditation..............................................................................................29 Accredited Seating ....................................................................................30 Transport ....................................................................................................30 Accommodation.........................................................................................31 Weather Conditions ...................................................................................33 Table Tennis Contacts ...............................................................................33 International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) ........................................33 Chinese Table Tennis Association (CTTA) ............................................34 General Contacts ..............................................................................................34 International Olympic Committee (IOC) ...................................................34 Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (BOCOG).....................................................................................................35 Chinese Olympic Committee (COC).........................................................35

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General Information

China in Brief
Geography
China, situated in the eastern part of the Asian continent on the western coast of the Pacific, has a total land area of 9.6 million square kilometres, with the Tropic of Cancer crossing its southern part. Some 70 percent of its area experience subtropical and temperate climate with four distinctive seasons, while about five percent is in the tropical zone area and 25 percent in the plateau zone area.

Climate
Due to its vast territory and different latitudes, China experiences distinctive climatic conditions. Monsoon climate is a prominent feature. The winter winds prevail from October to March, when most of the country is cold and dry. The summer winds reign from April to September, when most areas are hot and rainy.

History
China is one of the world’s ancient civilized countries. The 5,000 years of the Chinese nation have not only created cultural civilization, but material civilization as well. The Great Wall is one of the greatest engineering projects in the world history. The invention of the compass, papermaking, gunpowder and printing gave evidence to the hardworking nature and wisdom of the Chinese people.

Capital
Beijing is the capital of the People’s Republic of China.

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Population
With over 1.3 billion inhabitants, China is the most populous country in the world.

Language and Writing
As a multi-ethnic country, China features the use of a diversity of languages and writings, which includes Chinese, Mongolian, Tibetan, Uygur and Korean and so on. Chinese is the national official language and the common language used by most of its people, and it is also one of the six working languages of the United Nations.

Currency
Renminbi (RMB) is the country’s legal currency. The notes are divided into 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 yuan. The fractional currency is jiao and fen. One yuan is composed of 10 jiao and one jiao is composed of 10 fen. Currency exchange services are available at most banks and hotels throughout the country.

Beijing Time
China has adopted the time of the 8th Time Zone East as its standard national time, which is called the Beijing Time. Beijing Time is 8 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time. Please visit www.gov.cn for more information.

Beijing in Brief
As the capital of the People’s Republic of China, Beijing is the political and cultural centre of China and the centre of international communications. It is also one of the world-known historic and cultural cities.

Geography
The geographic location of the city is 39’56’ N and 116’20’ E. It claims a total area of 16,410 square kilometres and actual residents of 15.38million at present.

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Climate
Beijing features a temperate and semi-humid climate, with four distinctive seasons, short spring and autumn and long winter and summer. The average annual temperature is 13°C (55.40°F). January is the coldest month with an average temperature of -3.7°C (25.34F) and July is the hottest with an average temperature of 25.2°C (77.36°F). The average annual precipitation is 507.7 mm. In August, the average temperature is 24.9°C (76.82°F); its extreme maximum temperature is 36.1°C (96.98°F); the average relative humidity is 77percent, and the average precipitation is 159.7 mm.

History
Beijing is a city with a long history. Throughout dynasty changes, it has consistently served as a strategic place in the north of the country. As a capital city, Beijing has claimed a history of more than 850 years.

Historic Sites
Its long history has left Beijing with a rich cultural heritage, which includes 7,309 sites of historic and cultural interest, such as the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, the Beihai Park, the Summer Palace and the Great Wall. Six of these have been inscribed onto the World Heritage List.

City Development and the Olympic Games
Since Beijing won the bid to host the Games of the XXIX Olympiad, the city has achieved consistent progress in the infrastructure construction of sports venues, transportation, energy, communication, environment and the protection of cultural relics. At the same time, publicity campaigns and cultural activities have also been launched to promote Olympic knowledge in an orderly way. Please visit www.beijing.gov.cn for more information.

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Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Brief
According to the decision of the 112th Session of the International Olympic Committee on July 13, 2001, the Games of the XXIX Olympiad will be held in Beijing in 2008. General Information of the Games of the XXIX Olympiad August8-24, 2008
Number of Athletes Sports Competition Disciplines Evens Beijing:26 sports *HKSAR:Equestrian Qingdao: Sailing 10,500 28 38 302 Co-host cities for football competitions:Tianjin ,shanghai,Qinhuang dao 31 6 87 Competition City & Sports Competition Venues Beijing Outside Beijing Training Venues

Concepts and Aim
The concepts of the Beijing Olympic Games are the Green Olympics, the Hi-tech Olympics and the People’s Olympics. Its goal is to host high-level Olympic Games with distinguishing features. Distinguishing features refer to Chinese style, cultural splendour, contemporary spirits and mass participation. High-level includes high-level sporting venues, facilities, and competition organizations, high-level Opening Ceremony and cultural events, high-level media services and favorable press commentary, high-level security work, high-level volunteers and services, high-level transportation and logistics, high-level urban civility and friendliness, and high-level performances by the world athletes.

Dates and Locations
The Beijing Olympic Games will be held during August 8-24, 2008. Besides Beijing, Qingdao will hold the sailing competition; the HKSAR will hold the equestrian competition; Tianjin, Shanghai, Shenyang and Qinhuangdao are the co-host cities for football competitions.

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Athletes and Visitors
There will be 10,500 athletes competing in 302 events of 28 sports. Large groups of people from the mass media, Olympic Family and sponsor institutions, plus a large number of visitors, will gather in China for the Games and sightseeing.

Training and Competition Venues and Facilities
Well-equipped, practical and convenient sports venues and facilities will be provided to the athletes. There will be a total of 37 competition venues and 87 training venues. Athletes can reach all the competition venues in Beijing, which are located in four different areas, within 15-30 minutes from the Olympic Village.

Test Events
Test events for most of sports/disciplines are to be held from August 2006 to May 2008 in competition venues with facilities meeting the requirement and need of operations.

Cultural Events
Rich and colourful cultural events are to be held during the Games of the XXIX Olympiad, including the Olympic Cultural Festival, Torch Relay, Olympic Youth Camp, the Opening Ceremony and the Closing Ceremony. Following the concepts of “the Green Olympics, the Hi-tech Olympics and the People’s Olympics,” Beijing is accelerating construction in all aspects. In 2008, this world-renowned historic and cultural metropolis will greet athletes and friends with its rich culture, its advanced urban infrastructure, its quality services, its security guarantee, its pleasant environment and its sincere and hospitable people. Please visit www.beijing2008.cn for more information.

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Sport-Specific Information

Olympic Table Tennis Competition
Competition Dates, Venue and Number of Athletes
The Beijing Olympic table tennis competition will be held from August 13 to August 23, 2008 (days 5-15) at the Peking University Gymnasium. The athlete quota for the Beijing 2008 Olympic table tennis competition is 172 including 86 men and 86 women.

Competition Management
ITTF Technical Delegates Georgios Seliniotakis Sachiko Yokota

BOCOG Competition Management Team
Competition Manager: Yao Zhenxu Deputy Competition Manager: Dai Qijun Technical Operations Manager: Raul Calin Administration Manager: Li Jinliang

Competition Events
The Olympic table tennis competition will include four events: men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s teams and women’s teams.

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Competition Rules
The table tennis competition at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games will beheld in accordance with the specific regulations of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) for the Olympic Games and the Olympic Charter, in force at the time of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Pursuant to the Olympic Charter, ITTF assumes the responsibility for the technical control and direction of Table Tennis in the Olympic Games.

Competition Format
Singles Singles events will be played in knock-out and play-off. The winner of each match will advance to the next round. And the loser will be eliminated. The winners of the two semifinal matches will advance to the gold medal match, the winner of this match will receive the gold medal and the loser will receive the silver medal. The losers of the two semifinal matches will compete for the bronze medal. All matches shall be the best of seven games, each game with 11 points. A game shall be won by the player first scoring 11 points unless both players score 10 points, when the game shall be won by the first player subsequently gaining a lead of 2 points. There is an interval of up to 1 minute between successive games of an individual match; a player may claim one time-out period of up to 1 minute during an individual match. Players may receive advice from coach during the intervals between games or during other authorized suspension of the play. Teams The teams competition will be held in 2 stages. The first stage is group round robin; the second stage is knock-out. In the first stage, the 16 participating teams will be divided into 4 groups of 4 teams (Groups A-D). The 4 highest ranked teams will go to Group A to D respectively. The remaining teams will be drawn in ranking order, 2 at a time into Groups A, B, C and D. The group round robin system will be used to decide the places in each group. In the second stage, the winning teams of each group shall play-off, in a knockout semi-final format for the Gold and Silver Medals. The second placed teams of each group and the semi-final contest losers shall play-off for the Bronze medal.
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A team match at the Olympic competition is called a “contest”. Each contest consists of 4 Singles matches and 1 Doubles match. All Singles matches and Doubles match in a contest are the best of 5, with no other differences from Men’s and Women’s Singles Event. Two teams in a contest play in the following order: Order Type ABC team 1 S A 2 S B Captain chooses DBL pair & 5 minutes break 3 DBL C+A or B 5-minutes break 4 S A or B (non-playing DBL) 5 S C XYZ team X Y Z+X or +Y Z X or Y(non-playing DBL)

Participation
Only NOCs recognized by the IOC may enter competitors in the Olympic games. NOCs may only send to the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games competitors who have qualified through the qualification system established by ITTF and IOC. Eligibility To be eligible for participation in the Olympic Games, a competitor must comply with the Olympic Charter as well as with the rules of the International able Tennis Federation and must be entered by his/her NOC. Nationality of Competitors Any competitor in the Olympic Games must be a national of the country (region) of the NOC that is entering him/her. A competitor’s nationality is determined according to Rule 42 and the Bye-Law to Rule 42 of the Olympic Charter. Qualification ITTF would determine the qualified athletes according to qualification system (See The Qualification and Participation Criteria for the XXIX Olympiad, Beijing 2008). Athlete/NOC Quota Athlete quota: 172 athletes including 86 men and 86 women Maximum per NOC: The maximum number of athletes per NOC shall be three (3) men and three (3) women.

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Qualification System Singles Main Draw - 64 men and 64 women Sixty-four (64) athletes for each of the men’s singles and women’s singles events will qualify for the main draw as follows: Men Women ITTF World Ranking, with a maximum of two (2) players per NOC 20 20 Continental qualification system 40 40 Tripartite Commission Invitation place 1 1 Host nation direct entry 1 1 Final World Qualification Event 2 2 64 64 Preliminary rounds, in addition to the main draw of 64, may be necessary in Singles events to accommodate the total number of qualified athletes if the Final World Qualification Tournament qualifies more than two (2) players because the Team Quota (22 places) is not fully utilized. 1. ITTF World Ranking Qualification The top twenty (20) eligible players on the first ITTF World Ranking (January 2008 World Ranking) published following the 2007 ITTF Protour Finals to be held in December 2007, will be qualified, with a maximum of two (2) players per NOC. 2. Continental Qualification Players will be qualified through continental qualification events, held between August 2007 and April 15, 2008, according to the following distribution: 6 Africa 11 Asia 11 Europe 6 Latin America 3 North America 3 Oceania 40 Total Each Continental Federation is responsible for holding its own qualification events but they must provide the ITTF with the planning of the qualification events (dates, places and number of players to qualify in each tournament) before December 31, 2006, as well as the names of the qualified players after each qualifying event according to the above quota and according to the established timelines. 3. Host Nation The host nation shall directly qualify one (1) place in each Singles event if not already qualified by Ranking or by Continental Qualification. If the host nation direct entry place is already filled through Ranking or by Continental Qualification,

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then one (1) additional place will be added to the Final World Qualification event. 4. Final World Qualification Tournament The top two (2) players at the World Qualification Tournament will qualify for the Singles event. Entries to the World Qualification Tournament will be limited to players who have otherwise not qualified by the ITTF World Ranking or by continental qualification. NOCs may only enter the same number of athletes as qualification places remaining, within the maximum number of three (3) per NOC. The number of qualification places for the Singles events from this competition may be increased if the continental qualification allocation of 40 players is not reached, if the host nation direct entry place is not used and/or if the Team Quota (22 places) is not fully utilized. 5. Tripartite Commission (IOC-ANOC-ITTF) Invitation Places One place in men’s singles and one place in women’s singles shall be used by the IOC-ANOC-ITTF Tripartite Commission to allocate Invitation places, in accordance with the general process of the Tripartite Commission Invitations. Eligible NOCs must apply for these invitation places prior to the deadline of 15 November 2007. The Tripartite Commission will, by 31 January 2008, establish which invitation requests meet the identified general criteria of NOC delegation size and technical standard, and provisionally allocate places to one male and one female player. The final allocation of Invitation places will be done from April July 2008. To be eligible to compete in the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, the players filling invitation places must have played in a Continental Championship or a World event. Should these places not be allocated due to the technical level of the players, they will be added to the places allocated through the Final World Qualification Tournament. Team Events Sixteen (16) Teams for each of the Men’s Team and Women’s Team events will qualify as follows: Men 6 1 9 16 Women 6 1 9 16

Top team from each Continent Host nation direct entry Remaining selected teams

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An additional quota of 22 places for men and 22 places for women are made available to complement (if necessary) the quota for teams that did not qualify three (3) players in the singles events through World Ranking Qualification, Continental Qualification, host nation direct entry or Tripartite Commission Invitation places. Players who have been added to a team from the quota of 22 additional places may only play in the Team Event and shall not be entered in the singles event. General remarks - Each player in a Team must be from the same NOC. - It is acceptable that a player in a Team not be entered in the singles event. - A maximum of one (1) men’s team and one (1) women’s team per NOC may be entered. - The Team selection will start after the Final World Qualification Tournament, once all the places for men’s singles and women’s singles events have been allocated. Team selection Following the Final World Qualification Tournament, the Team selection process will begin as follows: 1. Continental quota: Six (6) teams 1 for Africa 1 for Asia 1 for Europe 1 for Latin America 1 for North America 1 for Oceania. One (1) team from each continent (six (6) teams) will be selected as follows: a) For each continent, the highest ranked team with three (3) players from an NOC qualified for the singles events will form a team and will be designated the Continental Quota for that continent. b) For continents where no NOC has three (3) players qualified in singles, the NOC with the highest ranked two (2) qualified players will be supplemented with a player from the Teams player quota (22) to form a Team of three (3) players. c) For continents where no NOC has at least two (2) players qualified in singles, the NOC with the highest ranked qualified player will be supplemented with two (2) players from the Teams player quota (22) to form a Team of three (3) players. d) The ITTF Computer Team Ranking method will be used to determine the order of Ranking of the Teams, taking into consideration the NOCs concerned only and
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the qualified players from those NOCs. 2. Host nation direct entry: 1 team In each Team event, the host nation is guaranteed one (1) direct entry. If the host nation entry has not been selected as the continental quota, the necessary number of places from the Team events player quota will be allocated to complete the team if necessary. 3. Remaining teams: 9 (10 if the host nation is qualified by continental quota) The remaining teams will qualify based on the following principles: a) NOCs with three (3) players qualified for singles and NOCs with two (2) players qualified for singles will be part of the first selection. b) If more than 9 (or 10) teams can be formed in this manner, then the top 9 (or 10) teams according to the ITTF’s World Team ranking method* will qualify. NOCs with two (2) players qualified in singles will be supplemented with one player from the Team players quota (22) to form Teams of three (3) players. c) If less than 9 (or 10) teams can be formed in this manner, then NOCs with one (1) player qualified in singles will be supplemented with two (2) players from the Team players quota (22) to form Teams of three (3) players, in order of ranking, until the quota of 9 (or 10) Teams is completed. d) The ITTF Computer Team Ranking method* will be used to determine the order of Ranking of the Teams, taking into consideration the NOCs concerned only and the qualified players from those NOCs. *A Special computer Team Ranking list, only for the qualified teams, will be produced based on the individual ranking points of the team members as of the May 2008 ITTF Ranking list. If the Team quota is filled using less than the 22 quota places for men and the 22 quota places for women, the remaining quota places will be added to the Final World Qualification Tournament and to the Olympic singles events in the qualification rounds before the main draw of 64.

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Qualification Timeline December 31, 2006 Continental Federations will determine the Continental Qualification Tournaments for Singles and advise all their National Associations of dates and location of their qualifying events and the system of qualification. ITTF will announce the Continental Qualification Tournaments. Period for holding the Singles continental. qualification events All Africa Games, Algiers (ALG) Pan-American Games, Rio de Janeiro (BRA) - Note: The winner of the Men’s Singles and the Women’s Singles will be an automatic qualifier. This place will be deducted from the Latin American or theNorth American quota. Middle Asia Olympic Qualification Tournament, (Teheran(IRI)). Eligible NOCs: IRI,KAZ,KGZ,TJK,TKM,UZB,AFG. Deadline for the submission of requests for Tripartite Commission Invitation places by all NOCs. ITTF World Ranking list published following the 2007 Pro-tour Finals World qualifying first 20 players from this list. The Tripartite Commission will decide the provisional allocation of the invitation places. South-East Asia Olympic Qualification Tournament (Singapore (SIN)) West Asia Olympic Qualification Tournament (Amman (JOR)) Asia Qualification Tournament, Hong Kong, China(HKG) Latin American Championships, Santo Domingo (DOM) Europe Qualification Tournament, Nantes (FRA) North America Qualification Tournament, Vancouver (CAN) Oceania Qualification Tournament, Nouméa (New Caledonia) The Tripartite Commission will allocate the invitation places and confirm, in writing, to the NOCs concerned. Notification of qualified players by Continental
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January 2007 July 1, 2007April 15, 2008 July 11 - 23, 2007 July 21 - 27, 2007

October 15-18,2007 November 15, 2007 January 2008 January 31, 2008 February 3, 2008 February 5-7, 2008 March 6 - 11, 2008 March 30 - April 6, 2008 April 2 - 6, 2008 April 4 - 6, 2008 April 5 - 8, 2008 April - July 2008 April 30 2008

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May 8-11, 2008 May 30, 2008 June 15, 2008 June 30, 2008 July 23, 2008

Federations to the ITTF Headquarters. Final World Olympic Qualification Tournament (Budapest (HUN)). ITTF to confirm to NFs/NOCs the names of all qualified singles players, Teams and players only qualified for Teams events NOCs to confirm to ITTF the entry of participating players and Teams. ITTF to confirm the final allocation of all quota places. Deadline for Beijing 2008 Organizing Committee to receive Entry Forms submitted by NOCs

Dates/Process of Confirmation of Places By April 30, 2008, Continental Federations will notify the ITTF of the names of qualified players for the respective continent, in order to determine eligibility for entry to the Final World Qualification. Following the conclusion of the Final World Qualification event, and by May 30, 2008 at the latest, the ITTF will confirm in writing to NFs/NOCs the names of all qualified players and teams. By June 15, 2008, NFs/NOCs must submit to the ITTF the names of all participating players and teams, and by June 30, 2008, the ITTF will confirm the final allocation of all quota places. Reallocation of Unused Quota Positions SINGLES 1. ITTF World Ranking List If a player qualified from the ITTF World Ranking list is not entered by the NOC, the unused quota places will be reallocated to the next highest ranked player from the ITTF World Ranking list. 2. Continental Qualification Tournaments/Final World Qualification Tournaments Any vacant spot created between the Continental Qualification Tournaments and the Final World Qualification Tournaments will be filled by the next eligible player from the Continental Qualification lists. If the continental quotas are not filled before the Final World Qualification Tournament, the vacant spots will be filled by increasing the number of qualifiers from the Final World Qualification Tournament. 3. Cancellations of entries between June 15, 2008 and the date prior to the draw Any vacant spot created between June 15, 2008 and the date prior to the draw will be filled by the highest ranked player playing only in the Team event.

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TEAMS 1. Continental quota In the case of unused continental quota, the place will be allocated to the next continental quota team by order of ranking as established in the section ”Team Selection”. 2. Remaining teams Unused quota place for the remaining teams will be allocated to the next eligible team available from the Team Ranking List established according to Team qualification system indicated in this document under “Team Selection”. 3. Cancellations of entries between June 15, 2008 and July 23, 2008 (date of final entries) Any single vacant spot on a team will be replaced by a player from the same NOC who will play in the team event only. 4. Cancellation of entries following July 23, 2008 (date of final entries) If a vacant spot is created in a team due to an injury or other uncontrollable reasons during the Games period between July 23, 2008(date of final entries) and the day prior to the draw may only be replaced by the highest ranked NOC with 3 players qualified but not participating in the team event.

Entries
The Olympic Sport Entries and Qualification System has been developed into a two-phase process, so as to manage the official registration of athletes for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Qualification Verification The first phase is Qualification Verification. This began on August 1, 2007 and will run through until the end of the qualification period. ITTF has to send to the BOCOG by May 30, 2008 the list of qualified players and teams. Final Entries The second phase is Final Entries, where NOCs have to submit the names of all their qualified athletes who will be competing in the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. BOCOG must receive the Sport Entry Forms by midnight of July 23, 2008 (Beijing Time), and will forward a copy to the ITTF. Eligibility Conditions Forms According to the Olympic Charter, all athletes for Final Entries must complete the Eligibility Conditions Forms, which have to reach BOCOG before midnight of July
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23, 2008 (Beijing Time). Amendments Team managers are asked to give the technical delegate written notification of any amendments to the content of the Sport Entry Forms prior to the pre-tournament briefing meeting, after which no further requests of amendments will be accepted.

Competition Schedule
Olympic Day 5 Wednesday, 13 August 2008 TT Day 1 Session TT01 Start: 10:00 End: 13:00 10:00-13:00 Women's Team Group 1st rd Contest 1--4 10:00-13:00 Men's Team Group 1st rd Contest 1--4 Session TT02 Start: 14:30 End: 17:30 14:30-17:30 Women's Team Group 1st rd Contest 5--8 14:30-17:30 Men's Team Group 1st rd Contest 5--8 Session TT03 Start: 19:30 End: 22:30 19:30-22:30 Women's Team Group 2nd rd Contest 1--4 19:30-22:30 Men's Team Group 2nd rd Contest 1--4 Thursday, 14 August 2008 TT Day 2 Session TT04 Start: 10:00 End: 13:00 10:00-13:00 Women's Team Group 2nd rd Contest 5--8 10:00-13:00 Men's Team Group 2nd rd Contest 5--8 Session TT05 Start: 14:30 End: 17:30 14:30-17:30 Women's Team Group 3rd rd Contest 1--4 14:30-17:30 Men's Team Group 3rd rd Contest 1--4 Session TT06 Start: 19:30 End: 22:30 19:30-22:30 Women's Team Group 3rd rd Contest 5--8 19:30-22:30 Men's Team Group 3rd rd Contest 5--8 Friday, 15 August 2008 TT Day 3 Session TT07 Start: 09:00 End: 12:00 Women's team Bronze play-off. First round 09:00-12:00 Contest1--2 Men's team Bronze play-off. First round 09:00-12:00 Contest1--2 Session TT08 Start: 14:30 End: 17:30 14:30-17:30 Women's Team 1/2 Final Contest 1 Session TT09 Start: 19:30 End: 22:30 19:30-22:30 Women's Team 1/2 Final Contest 2 Saturday, 16 August 2008 TT Day 4

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Session TT10 Start: 10:00 End: 13:00 women's team Bronze play-off.Second round 10:00- 13:00 Contest1--2 Session TT11 Start: 14:30 End: 17:30 14:30- 17:30 men's Team 1/2 Final Contest 1 Session TT12 Start: 19:30 End: 22:30 19:30- 22:30 men's Team 1/2 Final Contest 2 Olympic Day 9 Sunday, 17 August 2008 TT Day 5 Session TT13 Start: 10:00 End: 13:00 men's team Bronze play-off. Second round 10:00- 13:00 Contest1--2 Session TT14 Start: 14:30 End: 17:30 14:30- 17:30 women's team Bronze Medal Session TT15 Start: 19:30 End: 22:30 19:30- 22:30 women's team Final Women's Team Medal Ceremony Olympic Day 10 Monday, 18 August 2008 TT Day 6 Session TT16 Start: 09:00 End: 12:45 09:00-09:45 Women's Singles Preliminary rd Match 1--4 09:45-10:30 Women's Singles Preliminary rd Match 5--8 10:30-11:15 Women's Singles Preliminary rd Match 9--12 11:15-12:00 Women's Singles Preliminary rd Match 13--16 12:00-12:45 Women's Singles Preliminary rd Match 17--20 Session TT17 Start: 14:30 End: 17:30 14:30- 17:30 Men's Team Bronze Medal Session TT18 Start: 19:30 End: 22:30 19:30- 22:30 Men's Team Final Men's Team Medal Ceremony Olympic Day 11 Tuesday, 19 August 2008 TT Day 7 Session TT19 Start: 10:00 End: 16:00 10:00-10:45 Men's Singles Preliminary rd Match 1--4 10:45-11:30 Men's Singles Preliminary rd Match 5--8 11:30-12:15 Men's Singles Preliminary rd Match 9--12 12:15-13:00 Men's Singles Preliminary rd Match 13--16 13:00-13:45 Women's Singles 1st rd Match 1--4 13:45-14:30 Men's Singles 1st rd Match 1--4 14:30-15:15 Women's Singles 1st rd Match 5--8 15:15-16:00 Men's Singles 1st rd Match 5--8 Session TT20 Start: 18:00 End: 22:00 18:00- 18:45 Women's Singles 1st rd Match 9--12 18:45- 19:30 Men's Singles 1st rd Match 9--12

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19:30- 20:15 Women's Singles 1st rd Match 13--16 20:15- 21:00 Men's Singles 1st rd Match 13--16 21:00-22:00 Women's Singles 2nd rd Match 1--4 Olympic Day 12 Wednesday, 20 August 2008 TT Day 8 Session TT21 Start: 10:00 End: 16:00 10:00-11:00 Women's Singles 2nd rd Match 5--8 11:00-12:00 Men's Singles 2nd rd Match 1--4 12:00-13:00 Women's Singles 2nd rd Match 9--12 13:00-14:00 Women's Singles 2nd rd Match 13--16 14:00-15:00 Men's Singles 2nd rd Match 5--8 15:00-16:00 Women's Singles 3rd rd Match 1--4 Session TT22 Start: 18:00 End: 23:00 18:00-19:00 Women's Singles 3rd rd Match 5--8 19:00-20:00 Men's Singles 2nd rd Match 9--12 20:00-21:00 Women's Singles 3rd rd Match 9--12 21:00-22:00 Women's Singles 3rd rd Match 13--16 22:00-23:00 Men's Singles 2nd rd Match 13--16 Olympic Day 13 Thursday, 21 August 2008 TT Day 9 Session TT23 Start: 10:00 End: 16:00 10:00-11:00 Women's Singles 4th rd Match 1--4 11:00-12:00 Women's Singles 4th rd Match 5--8 12:00-13:00 Men's Singles 3rd rd Match 1--4 13:00-14:00 Men's Singles 3rd rd Match 5--8 14:00-15:00 Men's Singles 3rd rd Match 9--12 15:00-16:00 Men's Singles 3rd rd Match 13--16 Session TT24 Start: 18:00 End: 22:00 18:00-19:00 Women's Singles QF Match 1--2 19:00-20:00 Women's Singles QF Match 3--4 20:00-21:00 Men's Singles 4th rd Match 1--4 21:00-22:00 Men's Singles 4th rd Match 5--8 Olympic Day 14 Friday, 22 August 2008 TT Day 10 Session TT25 Start: 10:00 End: 12:00 10:00-11:00 Women's Singles SF Match 1 11:00-12:00 Women's Singles SF Match 2 Session TT26 Start: 13:30 End: 17:30 13:30-14:30 Men's Singles QF Match 1 14:30-15:30 Men's Singles QF Match 2 15:30-16:30 Men's Singles QF Match 3 16:30-17:30 Men's Singles QF Match 4 Session TT27 Start: 19:30 End: 21:30 19:30-20:30 Women's Singles Bronze Medal

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Women's Singles Final Women's Singles Medal Ceremony Olympic Day 15 Saturday, 23 August 2008 TT Day 11 Session TT28 Start: 10:00 End: 12:00 10:00-11:00 Men's Singles SF Match 1 11:00-12:00 Men's Singles SF Match 2 Session TT29 Start: 19:30 End: 21:30 19:30-20:30 Men's Singles Bronze Medal 20:30-21:30 Men's Singles Final Men's Singles Medal Ceremony

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Competition Venue
The Olympic table tennis competition will be held in the Peking University Gymnasium, which is 8km from the Olympic Village. The venue will have a total capacity of approximately 8,000 seats during the Games. Facilities at the Peking University Gymnasium Field of Play The field of play is situated at the center of the Peking University Gymnasium. It will hold eight (8) tables, enclosed by playing area surrounds; each court will measure 16X8m. During the first 2 days of the teams competition, the contests will be played on 8 tables at the same time. In the remaining days the number of tables used at the same time will change from four to two and one respectively. Access to the field of play It is restricted to the athletes who will compete according to the schedule and the appointed coaches, match officials on duty and management members. Before entering the field of play, players should accept the check procedure according to Rule 53 and the Bye-Law to Rule 53 of Olympic Chapter, they will be summoned from warming-up area to the register room adjacent to the field of play, and then be led to enter the field of play by competition coordinator. Warm-up Area There will be a warm-up area of approximately 1,600m2 with sixteen (16) courts, each of them measuring 14X7m, in basement 2 of the competition venue. Change Rooms Change rooms for male and female athletes respectively will be provided with facilities including showers, toilets and changing areas.

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Mixed Zone The mixed zone is an area where accredited media will be allowed to conduct short interviews, immediately after athletes have competed. Athletes must pass through the mixed zone to exit the field of play and they are requested to cooperate and to speak with the press or broadcasters. Athletes and Team Officials’ Lounge A lounge will be available for athletes and team officials at the competition venue. It will be open during all training and competition sessions with refreshments available. Racket Preparation Area A racket preparation area with a well-ventilated system will be available for players near the training and competition area. Racket Testing Control A racket control room will be available near the competition area.

Equipment and Clothing
Equipment used or clothing worn by athletes and other participants in the Olympic table tennis competition must comply with the ITTF Regulations for International Competitions, with the ITTF Specific regulations for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, with the Bye-Law to Rule 53 of the Olympic Charter and with the IOC ”General Guidelines Concerning Identification of the Manufacturer on Clothing, Equipment, Accessories” for the Games of XXIX Olympiad, Beijing 2008. Equipment The following equipment will be used for the table tennis competition. Table: DHS (Shanghai, China) Net: DHS (Shanghai, China) Ball: Double Fish (Guangzhou, China) Court Mat: Gerflor (France) Clothing Each player must have with him/her at least two (2) sets of shirts and shorts in different colors. The name of the player and the three-letter code of his/her NOC must be printed on the back of each shirt and it is optional on the front of the shirt covering a total area of no more than 40cm2.

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Medals
The medals and diplomas for the table tennis competition will be awarded in accordance with Rule 59 of the Olympic Charter. First Place First prize will be a silver gilt medal and a diploma. Second Place Second prize will be a silver medal and a diploma. Third Place Third prize will be a bronze medal and a diploma. Fourth to Eighth Places Competitors placing fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth will receive their diplomas. Additionally, all participants in the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games will receive commemorative medals and diplomas.

Doping Control
With the guidance of IOC, BOCOG will be responsible for implementing the Doping Control Program during the Olympic Games, in compliance with the International Olympic Committee Anti-Doping Rules applicable to the Games of the XXIX Olympiad in Beijing in 2008, the World Anti-doping Code and its relevant International Standards. Doping Control Stations will be set up at all competition venues and also at the polyclinic in the Olympic Village. All in-competition testing will be conducted in the above Doping Control Stations. The Testing Distribution Plan and criteria for athlete selection for each sport will comply with the Doping Control Protocol signed by IOC, IFs and BOCOG. The taskforce formed by IOC, WADA and BOCOG will be responsible for implementing the pre-competition testing starting from the opening of the Olympic Village. BOCOG’s Doping Control Procedure, which is ISO9001:2000 certified, will be stipulated and implemented according to the International Standard for Testing. Sample analysis will be performed in the WADA accredited Laboratory of Beijing.
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Medical Services
Medical services will be provided to everyone within the Olympic venues during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Medical Services at the Competition Venue Medical services will be ready in the athlete area and spectator area during the operation of the competition venues. In the athlete area, efficient and effective medical care services from BOCOG physicians, first aid staff and physiotherapists will be available for athletes and other accredited individuals with access to this area. In the spectator area, necessary services will be available for spectators, media and other accredited individuals. Ambulance service will be fully ready in both areas. Medical Services at the Olympic Hospitals During the Games, if accredited participants cannot be provided with requiring medical care at the Olympic venue medical facilities, they will be transported via on-site ambulance to a dedicated Olympic hospital.

Sport Information Service
Sport Information Desks All sport-specific information for table tennis competition will be available from two information desks. They will be located at the competition venue, which is the Peking University Gymnasium, and at the Sport Information Center (SIC), which is in the Olympic Village. Both desks will provide information such as competition schedules, training schedules, results/start lists, sport technical information and communications between ITTF and NOCs. Moreover, the SIC will provide information on transport, etc. The sport information desk at the Peking University Gymnasium will be open on each training and competition day, starting from August 8, 2008 The sport information desk at the SIC in the Olympic Village will be open daily from July 27, 2008, when the Olympic Village Opens, until the end of the Olympic Games. Opening hours will be 07:00 - 23:00 INFO2008 Sport-specific information will also be available at the INFO2008 system which provides services for the Olympic Family. The INFO2008 system will be
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operational from the official opening of the Main Press Center to the closing of the Olympic Games. INFO2008 is a dedicated IT system for the Beijing Olympic Games that provides various Olympic related information, including Games results, Games news, athletes’ biographies, medal standings, world records, competition schedule, transportation and weather. All information on INFO2008 will be available in three languages: English, French and Chinese. All members of the Olympic Family and accredited media will be allowed access to INFO2008 system. The INFO2008 terminals will be allocated to all the competition venues and some of non-competition venues, such as the International Broadcast Centre and the Olympic Village. Technology Helpdesk Technology Helpdesk provides technical supports and services for members of the Olympic Family, including the IOC, IFs, NOCs, athletes, media, broadcasters, and BOCOG functional areas. The services consist of all technical systems and products provided by BOCOG, including rate card products. A dedicated Technology Helpdesk will be established to provide a single point of contact for all customers of competition and non-competition venues, except the Olympic Village and venues outside of Beijing (these venues may have their own local helpdesk to support users). Customers may submit their request for technology services by dialing service number or sending emails. The requests will be handled in specific cases through Technology Helpdesk by means of phones, emails and on-site support.

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Table Tennis Training
The training venues will meet all ITTF requirements. All equipment to be used at the training venues will be the same as for the competition venue. Table Tennis

Training Venues
Peking University Gymnasium Training Site Category Opening Dates Operating Hours Length of Training Sessions Distance from the Olympic Village

Warm-up area August 6-August 23, 2008 09:00 - 21:00 90 min 8km

Training will be allocated by the table tennis competition management team during the Games.

Training Site Category Opening Dates Operating Hours Length of Training Sessions Distance from the Olympic Village Supporting Facilities Change Rooms available. Showers Medical Services Athletes ’Lounge

Competition Venue August 9-August 12, 2008 09:00—21:00 (August 9-August 11) 09:00—19:00 (August 12) 60-90min 8km

Separate change rooms for men and women will be Showers will be provided in each change room. Medical services will be available. Athletes’ Lounge will be available.

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Haidian Gymnasium Training Site Category Opening Dates Operating Hours Length of Training Sessions Distance from the Olympic Village

Stand-alone Training Site July 27-August 20, 2008 09:00—21:00 90 minutes 8km

Training will be allocated by the table tennis competition management team during the Games. Supporting Facilities Change Rooms be available Showers Medical Services Athletes’ Lounge Separate change rooms for men and women will Showers will be provided in each change room. Medical services will be available Athletes’ Lounge will be available Table Tennis

The training schedule will be provided to each NOC participating in the sport on arrival at the Olympic Village.

Medical Services
Emergency medical services supported by ambulances will be provided for athletes during all official training sessions at the training venues.

Training Arrangement
The table tennis competition management team will provide NOCs with the Training Request Forms in May 2008. The Form with requests for training sessions must be submitted to the competition management team by June 2008, including their arrival time at the Olympic Village. Training sessions at the training sites will be allocated by the competition management team according to requests, on a rotational basis. NOCs must confirm their training sessions at the Sport Information Center (SIC), when they enter the Olympic Village. Change requests can be made at the Sport Information Center (SIC) until 17:00 one day before the training session occurs. If NOCs do not confirm their sessions by 17:00 one day before, the training session will be made available to other
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teams.

Other Information
Only training on the competition tables of the Peking University Gymnasium will be open to media; training in the warm-up area of the Peking University Gymnasium and in the Haidian Gymnasium will be closed to media. All training related information will be available on INFO2008

Accreditation
Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (BOCOG) will operate its accreditation according to the IOC Accreditation Guidelines and will follow the procedures outlined in the latest IOC Accreditation and Entries at the Olympic Games-Users’ Guide. Copies of the Users’ Guide will be sent to all NOCs after revision by the IOC. Deadlines The closing date for applications, in paper or electronic format, is 24:00 of April 15, 2008 (Beijing Time). BOCOG will send a report upon the completion of the pre-valid accreditation cards to the responsible organizations. The responsible organizations (e.g. NOCs) must confirm the accuracy of this report before the date sent by BOCOG. Accreditation Process In January 2008, the Application for Accreditation Forms will be distributed to responsible organizations. All Application for Accreditation Forms must be returned to BOCOG before April 15, 2008. Eligible athletes and team officials, who submit, via their NOCs, acceptable applications for accreditation, including a photograph, prior to the deadline, will receive a pre-valid Olympic Identity and Accreditation Card (with a photograph). The Olympic Identity and Accreditation Card establishes the identity of its holder. Together with the valid passport (it shall be at least valid until the end of December 31, 2008) of the holder, it authorizes multiple-entry permit to the People’s Republic of China (including Hong Kong) for the duration of one month before and one month after the Games.
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The Olympic Identity and Accreditation Card must be validated upon arrival in the People’s Republic of China. Paper and electronic formats will serve as application tools. Accreditation Centers The following Accreditation Centers are scheduled for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. • Olympic Family Accreditation Center: Olympic Family Hotel • Olympic Village Accreditation Center: Welcome Center in the Olympic Village • Media Accreditation Center: Close to the International Broadcast Center and the Main Press Center • Workforce Uniform Distribution and Accreditation Center: Haidian Exhibition Hall • Accreditation Centers outside Beijing: Hong Kong, Qingdao, Shanghai, Shenyang, Tianjin and Qinhuangdao. Additionally, there will be validation centers at the Beijing CapitalInternational Airport. Accreditation Categories For categories, the number of people and access entitlements, please refer to the Accreditation Chart of the IOC Accreditation and Entries at the Olympic Games-Users’ Guide.

Accredited Seating
Accredited athletes will be granted access to the Accredited Seating Area. Each venue will provide a dedicated seating area for athletes and team officials. This area will consist of two stands. These are the: a. Athletes’ stand (A), for athletes and team officials of the same sport; b. Different sport athletes’ stand (DsA), for athletes and team officials of different sports. Access to the A stand will be granted with the Accreditation Card. Access to the DsA stand will be gained by a combination of accreditation and ticket.

Transport
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officials to/from the airport, Olympic Village, and training and competition venues. The services will commence on July 27, 2008, 12 days prior to the Opening Ceremony, and conclude on August 27, 2008, 3 days after the Closing Ceremony. Arrival / Departure During the periods of arrival and departure, dedicated shuttle buses will be provided on demand for athletes and team officials arriving collectively while shared shuttle buses will be provided for those arriving individually. Transport to the Competition Venue In accordance with the competition schedule, shuttle buses will be provided for athletes and team officials from the Olympic Village to the Peking University Gymnasium. Transport to the Training Venues In accordance with the training schedule, shuttle buses will be provided for athletes and team officials from the Olympic Village to the Peking University Gymnasium and Haidian Gymnasium. Transport services for training will cease at 13:00 on the day of the Opening Ceremony. For those who still require training, it is requested to use the allocated vehicles to their delegation to the training venue. Vehicles for Accompanied Equipment Vehicles will be provided on demand for those athletes who have a large amount of accompanied equipment. Transport for Spectating Athletes and Team Officials Shuttle bus services will be provided for spectating athletes and team officials.

Accommodation
During the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, athletes and officials will reside in the newly-built Olympic Village. The Olympic Village is located at the northern end of Beijing’s north-south ‘central axis’ and is the main part of the Olympic Green. It spreads across about 66 hectares and lies adjacent to the Olympic Forest Park on its north and the major Olympic venues to its south. It is a beautiful area provided with convenient transportation. The Olympic Village will officially open on July 27, 2008 and close on August 27, 2008. It is composed of three neighboring zones, the Residential Zone where the NOC delegations are housed and the International Zone where retail services are provided, and the Operational Zone where transport and logistic facilities are
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located. Valid Olympic Village accreditation is required to access to these three zones. The athlete apartments will be 6 storey or 9 storey permanent buildings. Residential Zone Twelve Resident Centres throughout the Village will provide front desk operation and related information for the Village residents. 24-hour catering services will be provided in the Main Dining Hall and the Casual Dining Hall. The nutrition will take into consideration the special needs of national and religious habits and traditions. Sports Centre, jogging route, and the courts for Tennis, Basketball and Volleyball will be available. Other recreation facilities include internet cafe, DVD lounge, and games room, etc. Worship and meditation area will be available in the Religious Centre to provide five main religious services for faith groups. Polyclinic will be located in the centre area among athlete apartment buildings, providing medical services, first aid station and doping control facilities. The multi-functional Welcome Centre provides services including Arrival and Departure, Accreditation, and Delegation Registration Meeting.24-hour in-Village transport is available to provide convenient transportation for the Village residents. The NOC Services Centre is devoted to providing related services such as Mail, Rate Card, and Logistic, etc. Adjacent to the NOC Service Centre is the Sport Information Centre to provide information on competition and training, etc. Access to the Residential Zone will be restricted to athletes, team officials, additional officials and accredited Village staff. NOC guests are allowed in the Residential Zone while accompanied all the time by a properly accredited member of NOC who is a Resident of the Olympic Village. International Zone The Welcome Ceremony Stage will be built in this zone to host NOC welcome ceremony. Banks, shops, café and other retail facilities will be available for the residents and guests. Operational Zone Parking Lots, Welcome Centre, Guest Pass Centre, Transport Mall and Logistics Centre are available in the Operational Zone. The western and eastern Parking Lots provide NOCs with about 1,000 spaces. The multi-functional Welcome Centre provides services including Arrivals and Departures, Accreditation, and Delegation Registration Meeting. Guest Pass Centre will be available in the Main Entry Area of the Olympic Village to provide the Guest Pass services for the NOC guests and the media. Medical Services at the Olympic Village Necessary medical services will be available in the Residential Zone and the International Zone.

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Residential Zone The Polyclinic, located in the Residential Zone, will provide comprehensive medical services to all accredited individuals with access to the Village. These services will include internal medicine, general surgery, 24-hour emergency services, sports medicine, physiotherapy, dental care, radiology, orthopedics, eye care, ENT, pharmacy services, laboratory services etc. Besides, ambulances standby will be scheduled 24 hours a day for transport to the dedicated Olympic hospitals. International Zone A first aid vehicle will be available for accredited personnel needing on-site primary care and first aid/transport services.

Weather Conditions
In August, the average temperature is 24.9°C (76.82°F), and the extreme maximum temperature is 36.1°C (96.98°F); the average relative humidity is 77percent, and the average precipitation is 159.7mm.

Table Tennis Contacts
International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF)
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) was founded in 1926 and the first World Table Tennis Championships took place in December of the same year. Up to now, there are 204 National Associations Members of ITTF. The objectives of the ITTF include the establishment of the rules of table tennis, the development and promotion of the sport and the supervision of World and Olympic title competitions. President: Adham Sharara Executive Director: Jordi Serra Contact Details: Address: ITTF Headquarters Chemin de la Roche, 11 1020 Renens / Lausanne

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Tel: +41-21-340 7090 Fax: +41-21-340 7099 E-mail: ittf@ittf.com Website:www.ittf.com

Chinese Table Tennis Association (CTTA)
The Chinese Table Tennis Association (CTTA) was founded in 1953. Today, the CTTA has the largest table tennis population in the world including nearly 500 clubs. The CTTA has staged such events as the World Championships, the World Cup, Pro Tour events & Grand Finals, Asian Games, Asian Championships and the Olympic Qualifying Tournament. President: Xu Yinsheng Secretary-General: Yao Zhenxu Contact Details: Address: No. 4 Tiyuguan Lu, Beijing, 100061,China Tel: +86-10-8718 3488 Fax: +86-10-6712 9838 E-mail: tabletennischina@yahoo.com.cn Website:www.ctta.cn

General Contacts

International Olympic Committee (IOC)
President: Jacques Rogge Chairman of the Coordination Commission for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad: Hein Verbruggen Olympic Games Executive Director: Gilbert Felli Sports Director: Christophe Dubi Director of Relations with the NOCs: Pere Miro

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Contact Details Address: Chateau de Vidy 1007, Lausanne Switzerland Tel: +41-21-621 61 11 Fax: +41-21-621 62 16 Website: www.olympic.org

Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (BOCOG)
President: Liu Qi First Vice-President: Chen Zhili Executive Presidents: Liu Peng, Wang Qishan, Deng Pufang Executive Vice-Presidents: Liu Jingmin, Li Zhijian, Wang Wei, Yu Zaiqing,Duan Shijie, Jiang Xiaoyu, Li Binghua, Yang Shu’ an, Tang Xiaoquan General Secretary: Wang Wei Sport Director: Yang Shu’ an International Relations Department Director: Zhao Huimin NOC Relations & Services Address: 267 Beisihuanzhonglu, Haidian Beijing, 100083, China Tel: +86-10-6669 0315 Fax: +86-10-6669 3124 E-mail: noc@beijing2008.cn Sport Department Director: Zhang Jilong Table Tennis Competition Manager: Yao Zhenxu E-mail: yaozhenxu@beijing2008.cn & cttayao@china.com

Chinese Olympic Committee (COC)
President: Liu Peng General Secretary: Song Luzeng

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Contact Details Address: 2 Tiyuguan Road, Chongwen District Beijing, 100763, China Tel: +86-10-6711 6669 Fax: +86-10-6711 5858 E-mail: coc@olympic.cn Website: www.olympic.cn

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