The news spread in the world of French table tennis at the speed of a ball smashed by one of his proteges from the France team. Nicolas Greiner, national coach of junior women for a year, died suddenly on Friday from cardiac arrest. The 43-year-old technician had joined Insep for a year after being associated with the success of the women of Saint-Denis US 93, promoted to Pro A two years ago.
Last weekend, he was still alongside the prodigy (16 years old) Prithika Pavade, whom he shaped since his debut at Le Bourget (Seine-Saint-Denis), during his victory on the Top 10 European juniors at Berlin (Germany). The young member of the “Generation 2024” had signed 8 wins in 8 games. His latest feat of arms in a growing coaching career.
“We lose a friend, he will leave a great void”, breaths moved Jean-Claude Molet, the president of Saint-Denis
“He was appreciated for his values and skills. He was a good man, breaths very moved Jean-Claude Molet, the president of Saint-Denis who had welcomed him in 2015. We lose a friend, he will leave a great void. The future belonged to him … “
The editorial staff of Le Parisien – Today-en-France presents its sincere condolences to his parents, his partner, his friends and relatives.
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