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FIVB Level I Coaches course opens in Thailand

Participants of the FIVB Level I Coaches Course in Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok, Thailand, July 2, 2014 – An FIVB Level I Coaches Course began on Tuesday at the Ramkhamhaeng University, where the FIVB Development Centre is located.

The opening ceremony for the course was led by Mr Chai Nimakorn, FIVB Development Centre Director, and the guest of honour from the Thailand Volleyball Association, Mr Somporn Chaibangyang.

“On behalf of the Thailand Volleyball Association, I would like to welcome all participants from 10 countries around Asia to the FIVB Level I Coaches Course,” Chaibangyang said. “This course is aimed to develop new coaches to become better coaches in the future. We would like to extend our warmest welcome to all of you. We hope that you would enjoy your stay here and good luck to all of you.”

The vice headmaster of the university was also present in the opening ceremony and welcomed all the participants to the course.

“We are glad that this coaches course is being held in our university,” the vice headmaster said. “We welcome all of you and please feel at home."

There are 31 participants who attended the course from Macau, Chinese Taipei, USA, Singapore, India, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Thailand – including six females – where the occupations of the participants range from coaches, school teachers and professional players. The course director is Mr Zhao Shanwen and the course instructor is Mr Mark Lebedew.

The main topic of the course is to provide the coaches some learnings about the modern volleyball theories and the correct techniques, as well as the proper physical conditioning of athletes.


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