IRCC course in Serbia ends successfully
Kladovo, Serbia, August 8, 2013 - The Volleyball Federation of Serbia organised an FIVB International Referee Candidates Course (IRCC) in Kladovo that ran from July 29 to August 4, with course director Sergey Titov from Russia (FIVB Refereeing Commission secretary) and course instructor Alexander James Steel from Scotland (President of the FIVB Rules of the Game Commission).
The participants, who are now International Referee Candidates, came from 14 countries: Nikola Kozi? (Bosnia and Herzegovina); Uladzimir Kukashynau and Kanstantsin Asipchyk (Belarus); Morten Klein (Denmark); Dominik Biegajlo and Sebastijan Widlarz (England), Loic Queste (France), Mirko Till and Janita Richter (Germany), Agnes Batkai-Katona (Hungary), Iris Stojcic and Yael Dotan (Israel), Abbas Ahmad (Kuwait), Daniel Jettkandt (the Netherlands), Szyimon Pindral (Poland), Shirlon Hunte (Saint Lucia), Volodymyr Bosenko (Ukraine) and Tomislav Popovi? (Serbia).
“As professionals, we cannot say that we are 100% satisfied, something
is always missing, but the general impression is very good,” said Titov.
The first International Referees Course for 2013 was held in Congo from July 12 to 21. The third one will take place in Indonesia, from October 14 to 22, and the fourth in Senegal from October 20 to 31. The courses for beach volleyball referees will be held in Sudan, Philippines and Lichtenstein.