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    Posted: 04/24/2017 at 6:52pm
ITTF keeps attacking the boosters, and Japan is the driving force.

Originally posted by Mr.Federico Lineros, ITTF EQC Chairman Mr.Federico Lineros, ITTF EQC Chairman wrote:


"We have not forgotten the fight against boosters, and third parties have proposed more methods by now, but during detailed discussions a variety of unresolved practical issues have occurred which prevent an immediate use."
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http://docs.google.com/viewer?url=http://dd7978b90kfgn.cloudfront.net/2017/03/2017_AGM_BoD_book.pdf
For the original document see Page 59

No two ways about it, it is the Japanese representativ within ITTF that kept the warfare against boosters going on.
Why Japan so eager to eliminate boosters from the sport? Mere child knows the answer.. Next Olympic Games scheduled in Tokyo 2020, and japan Imperor, a known admirer of the game, wants to make his own all people happy.. Japan needs pingpang Olympic gold at any cost.   It is so naturall.
China players would be badly handicapped through being unable to use boosters.

For one, I feel strongly against the law offenders and foul play, against booster users and booster mongers, I respect Japan's efforts, I wish Mr. Koji Kimura every success, Don't stop trying.
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ITTF did set up some new restrictions.
The major tt manufacturers may not trade boosters any more.

T4 Technical Leaflet "The Racket Coverings", latest edition 2017.

    5. Changes in racket coverings
    The ITTF authorisation applies to a racket covering as originally submitted and tested; its subsequent alteration, by a supplier, a player or anyone else, is not permitted (Law 2.4.7).

    6. Supplier’s responsibilities
    It is the responsibility of the suppliers to keep their brands on the LARC by paying the fees and maintaining the original properties of the racket covering as authorised, without alterations.

    MOST RECENT AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT:
    Suppliers that produce, market, sell, advertise or are otherwise associated with illegal substances and treatments may not apply for authorisation of any racket covering. Their equipment will not be permitted to appear on the LARC, and may not use the ITTF logo.

    7. Withdrawal of authorisation of racket coverings
    It should be noted:
    1. that the Equipment Committee has been instructed to deny authorisation to any racket covering that it deems detrimental to the sport.
    2. that the Executive Committee can suspend the authorisation at any time and the authorisation may subsequently be withdrawn by the Board of Directors (BoD), Regulation 3.2.1.1.


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Originally posted by igorponger igorponger wrote:

MOST RECENT AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT:
    Suppliers that produce, market, sell, advertise or are otherwise associated with illegal substances and treatments may not apply for authorisation of any racket covering. Their equipment will not be permitted to appear on the LARC, and may not use the ITTF logo.
Unfortunately, this is not likely to be an effective approach. Falco and most other booster companies, don't care that they cannot apply for ITTF authorization of racket coverings, since they don't produce rubbers. And even if a company currently sells both boosters and racket coverings, they will simply spin out a company or outsource the production. ITTF is not grabbing this problem by the horns.


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The idea is to push up the prices of rubbers to 200$. That's what the jobless ITTF officials are good at


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Early in the year 2016, chemist of Germany, Hubert Motschmann, has came up with a revolutionary idea of using the laboratory apparatus called "shear rheometer", priced 20.000 Euros. And the first results look rousing..
The unresolved disadvantage of the Motschman's plan is the rubber-sheet needs to be separated from the blade for the best accurate results. Few players would like this idea, I guess.

SCiO --get started

Instead those complex and weighty testing machines, I would offer this pocketsize NIR spectrometer (under SCiO brand), priced 250$ . Device can reveal and identify any oily compounds absorbed into the sponge, (except for those polymerized).   I favour this SCiO device to any others.
The search for the best acceptable solution shall go on, unconditionally.

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Would this increase Tenergy sales ?
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It's all a waste of time since manufacturers can legally boost their rubbers, while players cannot. There is no way to tell if it was the player or the manufacturer that boosted the rubber.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote piligrim Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/26/2017 at 7:33am
Originally posted by haggisv haggisv wrote:

It's all a waste of time since manufacturers can legally boost their rubbers, while players cannot. There is no way to tell if it was the player or the manufacturer that boosted the rubber.



we all know DHS doesn't boost rubbers. so you won't able to claim your Hurricane was boosted by manufacturer
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote chop4ever Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/26/2017 at 9:13am
Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Originally posted by haggisv haggisv wrote:

It's all a waste of time since manufacturers can legally boost their rubbers, while players cannot. There is no way to tell if it was the player or the manufacturer that boosted the rubber.



we all know DHS doesn't boost rubbers. so you won't able to claim your Hurricane was boosted by manufacturer

Oh, so the NEO version is not factory tuned?
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Originally posted by chop4ever chop4ever wrote:

Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Originally posted by haggisv haggisv wrote:

It's all a waste of time since manufacturers can legally boost their rubbers, while players cannot. There is no way to tell if it was the player or the manufacturer that boosted the rubber.



we all know DHS doesn't boost rubbers. so you won't able to claim your Hurricane was boosted by manufacturer

Oh, so the NEO version is not factory tuned?


its not boosted. NEO version you still need to boost
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Illegal is the operative term. neo is supposed to be boosted but it's always dried out.
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Ok. Then put a topsheet of tenergy face to a topsheet of H3, you will see bubble marks on H3. How to explain for this phenomenon?
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DOUBLE POSTING. ELIMINATED.

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.... TO THE GOOD OF THE SPORT.

ITTF did set up some new restrictions, to panic China.
From now onwards, the major tt manufacturers are forbidden of trading boosters, neither they allowed to treat the finished rubber in any way.
Sure, China is affected first.

Most likely, DHS manufacturer has to drop factory tuning on Huricane rubber (so called National version of the rubber). This is to eventually affect the China National Team adversely, to the good of the sport, though
I strongly suspect Japan was the true mastermind behind the restrictions.


T4 Technical Leaflet "The Racket Coverings", latest edition 2017.
    MOST RECENT AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT:
    Suppliers that produce, market, sell, advertise or are otherwise associated with illegal substances and treatments may not apply for authorisation of any racket covering. Their equipment will not be permitted to appear on the LARC, and may not use the ITTF logo.


Edited by igorponger - 04/29/2017 at 1:44am
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Originally posted by igorponger igorponger wrote:

   .... TO THE GOOD OF THE SPORT.

ITTF did set up some new restrictions, to panic China.
From now onwards, the major tt manufacturers are forbidden of trading boosters, neither they may treat the finished rubber in any way.
Sure, China is affected first.

Most likely, DHS manufacturer has to drop factory tuning on Huricane rubber (so called National version of the rubber). This is to eventually affect the China National Team adversely, to the good of the sport
I strongly suspect Japan was the true mastermind behind the restrictions.


T4 Technical Leaflet "The Racket Coverings", latest edition 2017.
    MOST RECENT AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT:
    Suppliers that produce, market, sell, advertise or are otherwise associated with illegal substances and treatments may not apply for authorisation of any racket covering. Their equipment will not be permitted to appear on the LARC, and may not use the ITTF logo.


i dont know whats your point igorponger if the russian players also boost.are you aware?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote igorponger Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/27/2017 at 12:15am
MANY of the money sports facing the cheaters, small and big. It is interesting to learn how other major sports deal with the unfair practices.

BASEBALL (DIS)FAMOUS CHEATERS.


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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spitball

BASEBALL. Kingdom of Jastice.

So, This game respectfull of its own rules. Any performance enhancers outlawed in baseball game, and the offenders used to be penalized by suspending from the playing ground.. No excuses accepted.   I like it.
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