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CDRV Middle Blocker Seminar completed in Argentina

This was the third seminar held by the CDRV in Buenos Aires, following one on serving, digging and libero techniques, and a setters’ course
Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 13, 2012 – The CDRV Middle Blocker Seminar organised by the FIVB and FeVA’s Argentine Volleyball Regional Development Centre at Cenard facilities came to an end November 9. Course participants finished five days of challenging theoretical and practical work to complete their training as demanded by the CDRV in Argentina.

Certificates were awarded to all participants by Eduardo Emilio Bellmann, together with CDRV director Gabriel Salvia.

As part of the schedule, the students were given the opportunity to watch professional training sessions by the national grass-roots teams, working with A1 Clubs like Boca Juniors and Personal Bolivar, both of the Argentine League. Former National Team middle blocker Gustavo Porporatto led a special session for the seminar participants.

This was the third seminar held by the CDRV in Buenos Aires. The first one in 2011 was for serving, digging and libero techniques, and the second was a setters’ course held earlier in 2012.


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