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VCP course continues to build up beach volleyball in Malawi

National federation president Jappie Mhango (far right) is committed to making beach volleyball a major focus for Malawi
Lilongwe, Malawi, November 27, 2012 – Five years after the first beach volleyball course to take place in Malawi, the VCP programme has once again returned to the country – as has Austrian FIVB instructor Johann Huber.

Huber said that both the organisation and the skill level of participants have improved. The VCP attracted a total of 14 students.

National federation president Jappie Mhango believes that Malawi must invest more in Beach Volleyball in future, with the objective of becoming a successful participant in the Continental Cup.

Despite serious challenges, such as the chronic shortage of fuel, the federation is working hard to provide the necessities for a successful course. Huber got the theory and practical sessions rolling on Monday.


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