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Is it some sabotage against ITTF?

ITTF Message was promptly circulated to all NA's and they all had omitted to forward this message to their domestic players, nor they sayed a word of reproach or disfavour of the player's illegal activities.
It all looks like connivance to a sin, or even some worldwide collusion in defiance to ITTF directives, perhaps for the benefit of their domestic participants.
As being unaware of the ITTF persisting warnings against boosting, players and manufacturers opted to go on with illegal boosters in defiance to ITTF anti-boosting prescriptions/ We call it a malevolent sabotage, here within EQC ITTF/

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OFFICIAL MESSAGE
TO TABLE TENNIS MANUFACTURERS AND
NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS (to forward to all players immediately).


At the last meeting of the Executive Committee of the ITTF it was decided that the
ITTF President would send an official message to Manufacturers and National
Associations to clarify the situation with regards to the new rule of VOC-free glue, the
illegality of any types of additives such as Boosters, Tuners and the like, the
minimum friction level for long-pimples rubbers, and the 4mm thickness for rubbers.
This is all related to the Racket Testing protocols that are in place and that are being
refined to higher standards by 1 January 2009.

1. ITTF Rules
1.1 The ITTF has passed some rules relating to Table Tennis Equipment in
accordance with the correct and established process. These rules must
be implemented as passed by the appropriate authority of the ITTF be
it the AGM or the Board of Directors, or the Executive Committee by
authority of either of the above mentioned bodies.
1.2 The Rules of the ITTF apply to all ITTF events. It is the national
associations’ choice to implement such rules fully, partially or not at all
at the national level. However, it is the duty of the ITTF, its Staff, its
Officials and its Committees to fully implement the Rules of the ITTF
strictly and consistently.
1.3 The ITTF is gradually putting in place all the necessary tools and more
sophisticated Racket Control procedures to better control and
implement the rules of the ITTF especially as they relate to racket
coverings and additives.


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Last page - signed by Adham Sharara, in 2008. And what, exactly, is vk.com? If true, this is very, very old.

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OOPS, THEY DID IT AGAIN

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729-08 Friendship RITC. The rubber's envelope bears a graphical symbol of CG. The outer layer of a different material (in dull-red tint) can be easily discerned on the 100x photo.
Yes, we need some thorough autopsy on actual rubber sample for making ultimate diagnoses. Dissection manually on Chinese tacky rubbers is beloved job of mine, indeed.

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OOPS, THEY DID IT AGAIN

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729-08 Friendship RITC. The rubber's envelope bears a graphical symbol of CG. The outer layer of a different material (in dull-red tint) can be easily discerned on the 100x photo.
Yes, we need some thorough autopsy on actual rubber sample for making ultimate diagnoses. Dissection manually on Chinese tacky rubbers is beloved job of mine, indeed.

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I'm sorry, Igor. I just don't see a difference in the outer layer.

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Oh dear. He's beating the same old dead horse.

If there's a rubber that uses this "new" technology it's probably Bloom. It's still sticky months later. And I don't see why this would contravene any regulations. There is no rule that says topsheets can't be made with a sticky top layer.

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