Kenya’s Andrew Mudibo re-elected to ITTF board, Jane Pinto given life honorary member

Kenya Table Tennis Association (KTTA) president Andrew Mudibo has been re-elected to the Board of Directors of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF).
He was elected during the sports body’s hybrid Annual General Meeting in Houston, America, on Wednesday.
Mudibo becomes the only current Sports Kenyan Administrator, holding high positions in both the Continental and World body at the same time. In September Mudibo was elected the deputy president of Africa Table Tennis Federation (ATTF), in charge of development.
During the international elections Jane Pinto, the former President of KTTA, was appointed as the first female life honorary member of the ITTF.
She becomes the first woman to be awarded this position making history in the process.
At the ITTF AGM, Sweden’s Petra Sorling was elected unopposed as the new President of ITTF thereby creating history as the first female leader to head the international body.