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Haiti holds coach development course

 
FIVB Instructor André Glaive and course participants at the Haitian Olympic Centre
 
Port-au-Prince, Haiti, November 26, 2014 - Volleyball coaches in Haiti were provided with an opportunity to brush up on their skills at a seminar led by FIVB Instructor André Glaive, in association with the North, Central America & Caribbean Confederation (NORCECA).

The seminar took place at the Haitian Olympic Centre, which was inaugurated in July 2014 in the presence of Haiti’s President H.E. Michel Martelly, International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach and FIVB President
Dr. Ary S. Graça F°.

The seminar focused on topics which were of particular interest to the participants, including training routines related to the middle blocker, setter and libero positions. The course participants studied different ways for a team to manage serve reception. Time was also allocated to discussing how best to combine physical training with the demands of a volleyball season. Points of theory were tested on court with national team players involved in some of the exercises.

FIVB Instructor André Glaive completed his visit to Haiti by meeting the president and members of the Haitian Volleyball Federation. Discussions centred around issues related to coach training and a programme for developing youth and senior teams.






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