Take part in our Online Table Tennis Video Competition for a chance to win 1 month FREE table tennis coaching at HiTT Academy! The winner will also get bragging rights for the rest of the year, of course.
The initiative was launched soon after Malta entered a second partial lockdown, with our sport halted until 11th April. But here at HiTT Academy we like to keep things moving. So, apart from a comprehensive online training program, we’ve also created this fun challenge, which we hope will keep players incentivised and active. Would you like to take part? Here’s what you need to know.
Send us a short video clip
This video competition is encouraging table tennis players to create a video of themselves doing trick shots, showing off their racket skills, a different or amazing table tennis rally or point or even to create a table tennis themed skit. Really and truly the video can be anything you want, just as long as it is table tennis themed.
The video must be filmed in portrait orientation (so one’s phone would be held vertically) and no more than a minute long. This is so that the videos can be uploaded to Hitt’s social medias, including our brand new TikTok account (@hittacademymalta) and our brand new YouTube channel (@HiTT Malta Table Tennis Academy).
When’s the deadline?
The competition started last Sunday (14th March) and will end on Sunday 28th March 2021. Once the deadline passes, all received videos will be judged by a panel of 5 judges. There are two prizes up for grabs; first place will get a month of free coaching at HiTT Malta Table Tennis Academy whilst the runner-up will get an Alu Pro water bottle by Tibhar.
The winners will be announced on our social medias, and the prizes will be safely given to the participants once the situation calms down. You had better hurry up as the countdown to the 28th of March isn’t getting any slower! So get going and create what could possibly be your path to a month free of coaching!
This is the kind of video you could send
Here’s our Conrad with an example shot that would be great for this competition: