After a two-year break, The Expert Table Tennis Podcast is back! From now on, I’ll be joined for each episode by my good friend Harrie Austin-Jones.
This first episode (of what I’m calling “Season 2”) is your chance to get to know Harrie and his epic table tennis journey, so far.
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In this episode you’ll learn:
- Why Harrie first started playing table tennis, as an adult
- What he does with the rest of his time (work, other hobbies)
- How much Harrie trains and where
- Harrie’s experience of
localleague table tennis
- The highs and lows of Harrie’s table tennis career so far
- Harrie’s goals for the next few years
Links from this episode:
- Epic Table Tennis (Harrie’s inactive blog)
- Harrie’s Instagram
- The Expert in a Year Challenge (with Sam Priestley)
- Maidstone Table Tennis League
- Medway Table Tennis League
- Table Tennis University (with Coach Tao Li)
Thanks for listening!
It’s great to be back podcasting again. I hope you enjoyed this episode and are looking forward to hearing more from Harrie.
Don’t forget to go and check out TableTennisUniversity.com (if you haven’t already) and sign up as a free member to gain access to those coaching videos.
I’ll be back at some point in April with S02E02.
Do drop me an email if you’ve got questions for Harrie, or any suggestions for topics you’d like us to discuss.