The International Teqball Federation (FITEQ) has announced a commitment to maintaining its mixed gender status, making it one of the few sports in the world where women and men compete on an equal playing field.
Teqball is set to make its debut in a major multi-sports event after being added to the programme for next year's Asian Beach Games in Sanya.
Teqball receives more recognition as set to be demonstration sport at African Beach Games and African Games
Teqball has received another boost in its effort to be recognised around the world with the news that it is to be a demonstration sport at this year's African Beach Games and African Games.
Brazilian footballing icon Ronaldinho has become the latest high-profile retired player to back emerging sport teqball.
The International Teqball Federation (FITEQ) has been officially recognised by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) at the continental governing body’s General Assembly here.
Former international footballers Luis Figo and Christian Karembeu were among the players to promote the sport of teqball, a table tennis-football hybrid which was demonstrated at the SPORTELMonaco convention here today.
Hungary and Romania celebrated success at the inaugural edition of the Teqball World Cup in Budapest.