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The Las Vegas Table Tennis Club
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Federal Association of Sandpaper Table Tennis - News Release 25
www.ttprotour.com, 30 Dec 2011 [cached]
In the Amateur Division Jones Baldonado and Errol Resek were each victorious in the round robin and elimination rounds.
One Amateur division player canceled just before the tournament started and Errol stepped forward to round out the field.
Errol Resek was a five time Dominican Table Tennis Champion.
After moving to the USA and getting his citizenship, he was selected by the US government in 1971 to go to China to represent the USA in the "Ping Pong Diplomacy" tournament.
Errol currently carries a USATT rating of 2009 and is the manager of the Las Vegas Table Tennis Club.
Federal Association of Sandpaper Table Tennis - News Release 42
www.ttprotour.com, 12 Feb 2014 [cached]
Ping Pong Diplomacy's Errol Resek could not make it for the round robin.
www.usatt.org, 29 Nov 2007 [cached]
server2.usatt.org, 20 Nov 2007 [cached]
A former Champion of the Dominican Republic, Errol Resek, 29, had been a U.S. citizen as of Dec., 1970.
He was an affable if not a particular passionate researcher in "Adjustment and Control" at a branch of the Chemical Bank in Manhattan.
He would be accompanied, as he was always accompanied, by his great, outgoing, open-armed, come-to-me-and-I'll-gather-you-in, you-and-whatever-gossipy-news-you've-got-to-give-me wife, Jairie.
Independent-minded George Brathwaite held a dual citizenship--could claim both his
native Guyana and, only two weeks before he
was to leave for Nagoya, his
second country, the United States.
He worked in the Documents Section at the U.N., which couldn't have been more appropriate, considering the image, the portfolio, of International Sportsman he so assiduously, civilly carried with him.
was a modish, smiling, but very tough, very-determined-to-have-his-own-way Minister of State.