Feng Panfeng (CHN)

Feng Panfeng (CHN)

The 28-year-old Feng Panfeng from China won his first title in 2005 at the Asia-Pacific games in Kuala Lumpur in his competition class 3, the undisputed ruler of which he has now been for more than ten years.  Malesia was only the beginning, Feng’s medal collection by...
Borislava Perić-Rankocić (SRB)

Borislava Perić-Rankocić (SRB)

The 46-year-old Borislava Perić-Rankocić is the top name in women’s class 4. The player born in Beče and nicknamed ‘Beba’ only has one title missing in her table tennis career: that of the world singles champion. She won two golds at last year’s European championship...
Ningning Cao (CHN)

Ningning Cao (CHN)

The 30-year-old Ningning Cao is another Chinese player who has ben collecting medals ever since 2005. He has two Paralympic golds in class 5, one from Rio de Janeiro in singles and another from London 2012 in teams, while he has also won the Asian championship five...
Anna-Carin Ahlquist (SWE)

Anna-Carin Ahlquist (SWE)

Another competitor coming to Celje with great ambitions is the 46-year-old Swede Anna-Carin Ahlquist, six-time European champion and gold medal winner from the 2012 Paralympic Games in London. She has been ruling over her competition class 3 in Europe ever since 2011...
Kelly Van Zon (NED)

Kelly Van Zon (NED)

The now 30-year-old Kelly Van Zon from the Netherlands has also joined the international scene very young, she competed for the first time in Bilbao, Spain, in 2003. Since 2009 she has been ruling her competition class 7. She started with the European singles title in...