Adham Sharara

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Adham Sharara, Mondial Ping 2013.

Adham Sharara (born Cairo 24 March 1953) is a Canadian sports official. He is current president of the International Table Tennis Federation, having succeeded Xu Yinsheng in 1999.[1][2] He would step down as ITTF President on September 1, 2014.[3]

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  1. ^ Bernd Ulrich Gross, Werner Schlager Table Tennis: Tips from a World Champion 2011 - Page 164 "Do you really believe that table tennis may become a “big sport” like the ITTF President Adham Sharara always maintains? Table tennis is already a big sport in some countries. To reach the world stage, all have to work with professionals, ."
  2. ^ Beijing Review - Volume 44, Issues 1-26 - Page 257 2001 "International Table Tennis Federation President Adham Sharara said on May 6 the sport would become "boring" if China continued to dominate every event, as they did at the world championships in Osaka and at the 1996 and 2000 Olympic"
  3. ^ "Adham Sharara to step down as ITTF president on September 1". IANS. news.biharprabha.com. Retrieved 29 April 2014.