Japan’s paralympic ping-pong legend still smashing winners at 73-year-old

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Japan’s paralympic ping-pong legend still smashing winners at 73-year-old” – below is their description.

    Japanese table tennis player Kimie Bessho is competing to play in the 2021 Tokyo Paralympics. It will be the 73-year-old’s fifth Paralympics Games if she wins the qualifying tournament this June.

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