Lightning Fast!: China’s Table Tennis players are too fast to freeze in a photo

Every moment of an athlete’s experience at the Rio Olympics is captured in film for the world to see, enjoy and relive. And these amazing photos show just how fast table tennis players can be!

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(Source: Feng Li/Getty Images Europe)

During the Table Tennis competition, power, subtlety and lightning-fast reflexes are always on display. As players rocket the ball at each other in a blur of slicing parabolas, fans who tune in are amazed by a mesmerizing mix of wicked spins and powerful slams. The ball sometimes seems to vanish in a blur of speed and power.

Here's a look at some of the photos captured during the competition. Look fast or you might just miss it!

(Source: Feng Li/Getty Images Europe)

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(All photographs are obtained from the Internet.)


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