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FIVB/CEV Technical Seminars begin in England

 
Almost 30 delegates from a number of European nations are attending the FIVB / CEV Volleyball Technical Seminars at the Development Centre in Kettering, England
 
Kettering, England, June 4, 2015 - Volleyball England’s FIVB/CEV Volleyball Technical Seminars got underway today with almost 30 European delegates in attendance at the Development Centre in Kettering.

The seminars are due to run from June 4 through to June 6 at the FIVB/CEV Development Centre in Kettering and are led by two outstanding FIVB tutors, Mark Lebedew and Sue Gozansky. Gozansky, a former US coach, is returning to England for the fourth time and is delivering a master class in setting. Lebedew, the former coach of the Berlin Recycling Volleys in the top tier of the German Bundesliga and a former Australian Olympic team coach, is sharing his expertise on the important skills of serving and outside hitting.

The opening ceremony was led by Volleyball England’s Coaching Commission President  Richard Harrison, who welcomed the delegates to the three-day seminar. Harrison said: “I am delighted to see so many candidates here and also to welcome two top tutors to England. It is particularly exciting to see so many of our own coaches here, showing that we have a real thirst for learning and improving our volleyball coaching skills in this country. I am sure that the delegates will have one of the best learning experiences in their coaching careers and will make lasting contacts along the way.”

CEV President André Meyer said: “I welcome the idea of Technical Seminars based on key skills of the game of volleyball and wish all delegates a very successful three days. The hope is that this resurgence in knowledge in England will lead to English clubs participating in future European Cup competitions.”




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