which balls are beeing played? celluloid or the new...
- Your Top Expectations For Hockey 1. Consistent officiating, 2. Storage/change rooms 3. Having a great time and lots of hockey.
- Include some form of Olympic Weightlifting I agree. I was kind of bummed to find out it was not included because I would have loved to compete. I'm all for making a push for 2017!
- Will the push pull and bench pressing be on the same day or separate? Randy, with the number of lifters in both events it would be impossible to do it all in one day.
Georg Weickardt hopefully not so long. The problem in europe is not the best quality ones. But I think it will be subject to chance. 3 years ago
Rob Asperheim We are trying to get some clarity from the WPFG Federation regarding your question as the rules are very vague. They only state that they have to be "Tournament Quality". As soon we we receive the information we'll share it with everyone. 3 years ago
Rob Asperheim Alex, I was just informed that we will be using poly balls (plastic) for Table Tennis. Thank you for your patience on this issue. 3 years ago
Michael Levene Probably XSF Sports balls. These are regarded as one of the best plastic balls on the market currently. They are seamless and durable. 3 years ago
Alex Awesome! The XSF are probably the best and closest to the celluloid balls the way they play! These balls are round, bounce consistently and last pretty good!!! Good choice Mr. Levene 3 years ago
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