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Coaching course gets underway in Senegal

 
The 21 men and 10 women participants were drawn from high schools, universities and volleyball clubs

Lausanne, Switzerland April 17, 2013 – A total of 31 participants began a Level 1 FIVB Coaches Course in Dakar, Senegal on Tuesday. The course, which will run for 12 days, includes candidates from Morocco, Lebanon and Gabon, as well as Senegalese locals.

The 21 men and 10 women participants were drawn from high schools, universities and volleyball clubs. The course, which comprises 88 hours of theoretical and practical tuition, aims to increase their knowledge of the game, helping them to spread their expertise back in their communities.

The course is being led by Mostafa Ahchouche, and was opened in the presence of the President of the Senegalese Volleyball Association Dr Mamadou Ndoye, General Secretary Raoul Latouffe, President of the Referees Commission Doudou Seye, and representatives of both CNOSS and Senegal’s Sports Ministry.




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