Biography:

• Top-ranked Canadian man in the ITTF World Rankings heading into the 2019 Pan American Games
• Youngest Canadian player to ever compete at the senior ITTF World Championships, making his debut at age 13 in 2013
• Won the 2017 Canadian men’s singles title; at age 17 was the youngest national champion ever
• Had previously won national titles at every age category (U11, U13, U15, U18)
• 2018 Canadian champion in singles and doubles
• Triple medalist at the 2017 Pan American Junior Championships, winning bronze in singles, doubles and mixed doubles play

A LITTLE MORE ABOUT JEREMY

Getting into the Sport: Started playing at a local table tennis club of which his dad was a member when he was 8… His parents would drop him off at the club for lessons while doing weekend chores… Began formal training at age 10… Outside Interests: Loves to sing and record music, especially Chinese pop songs… Odds and Ends: Favourite motto: Play with purpose…