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Seminar for Setters begins in Antigua

 
Participants from the Caribbean countries are taking part in the Seminar for Setters in Antigua & Barbuda under the direction of Sweden's Tony Westman
 

St. John's, Antigua & Barbuda, October 7, 2012 – An international seminar for setters began in Antigua on Saturday with a total of 27 participants from the Caribbean registered.

The seminar is under the direction of FIVB Instructor Tony Westman of Sweden and forms part of the development programme sponsored by NORCECA Confederation through the Regional Development Centre in Dominican Republic.

The opening ceremony of the event was attended by Chet Greene, president of the Olympic Committee of Antigua and Barbuda, and Winston Williams, Minister of Sports. Wilbur Harrigan, the president of the Volleyball National Federation, was also present in the company of Yoana Mota, vice director of the Regional Development Centre.

The NORCECA Confederation is financially supporting the participation of 18 persons as part of the development plan for the next four years.

The participants, who come from countries of CAZOVA and ECVA zones, are from Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Aruba, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, French Saint Martin, Grenada, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, St Eustatius, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and Grenadines, Suriname and Trinidad & Tobago.





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