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VCP Refereeing Course completed in Kyrgyzstan

The participants at the Refereeing Course in Kyrgyzstan
 Lausanne, Switzerland, September 10, 2014 – A VCP Refereeing Course has recently finished in Kyrgyzstan under the supervision of FIVB Instructor Sun Jian Hui from China.

The course took place in the capital, Bishkek, which is also the largest city in the country with a population of around 850,000.

The course was the first in many years for the Kyrgyzstan Federation and it offered the prospect of developing future referee talents within the country. 

Twenty-two people – 18 men and four women – participated in the five-day course. 

Despite a strong practical experience in volleyball, Instructor Sun noted that the local referees must improve their command of English as the first language for international referees. 

Among the key topics in the course were the obligations and the fundamental duties of referees during matches, the latest changes in the rules and how they impact today’s refereeing. 

Match protocols were also explained, as well as working with the score sheet and control of the libero, among other topics. 

Sun expressed his satisfaction at the end of the course and noted the strong motivation of the participants and in particular the thoughtful questions after each lecture.


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