Several members of the Camarillo Senior Table Tennis Club recently competed in table tennis tournaments in Nevada and Utah.
On October 5th and 6th, Alan Hammerand (from Ventura) and Chuck Jaseph (Camarillo) competed in the Nevada Senior Games. They won a bronze medal competing in the men’s doubles competition.
On October 8th through 11th, Alan Hammerand, Amy Akashi (Camarillo) and Gary Whiddon (Thousand Oaks) competed in the Huntsman World Senior Games in St. George , Utah. The Huntsman Games is the largest senior athletic competition in the world with 11,000 athletes from over 30 countries competing in a wide variety of sporting events.
Amy Akashi won a bronze medal in rated singles (800-999).
Alan Hammerand won a gold medal in rated singles (1,000-1,199) and a bronze medal in men’s doubles (partner: Brent Sturman of Pocatello, Idaho).
Gary Whiddon won a gold medal in rated singles (1,600-1,799) and a silver medal in men’s doubles (partner: Juan Gomez).