“Get involved”, is the message for Beach Volleyball Coaches

TIJUANA, Mexico, March 25, 2015 - The International Beach Volleyball Course was officially inaugurated at the Norceca-FIVB Delevopment Center of Baja California.

Wednesday 25 de March del 2015 00:00 AM

TIJUANA, Mexico, March 25, 2015 - The International Beach Volleyball Course was officially inaugurated at the Norceca-FIVB Delevopment Center of Baja California.

 

The main message given to all attendants was to get involved, as the FIVB campaing for training and preparation for coaches has been created.

 

"We have two tendences here at this seminar, one of them is to make coaches think and the other one is to make them feel the passion for the game," said Venezuelan instructor Mauro Hernandez, who declared the inauguration of the course along with members of the Norceca and FIVB, as well as authorities of the Baja California Sports Institute.

 

On behalf of the Institute General Director, Saul Castro Verdugo, the High Performance Director and Norceca Sport Organising Commission Member, Cesar Osuna Brambila welcomed all the attendants from countries like Aruba, Argentina, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico and the United States of America.

 

Other authorities present at the official ceremony were Norceca and FIVB Financial Commission Member, Alberto Arreola, as well as Norceca supervisor Jacqueline Montes.

 

"I have a very good impression of the work done here at this center. I admire the Norceca Confederation structure," said Hernandez.

 

"And I am very sure that this will be a great opportunity for all of us to exchange ideas. This is a great place to work and develop talent like the one in Saquarema, Brazil, where I have also been and the best volleyball and beach volleybal players of the world prepare everyday."

 

Among the coaches who have taken this course, is  former Mexican Olympic player Mayra Garcia, who is now contributing with the local sports talent program as an instructor.

 

"We are very interested in this kind of courses to have the ability to scout and develop more talented kids that can play at a big level, like Mayra has done. That is why we are so optimistic in bringing this kind of courses and seminars," said Osuna, who was also an Olympic volleyball player for Mexico in 1968.

 

 

 

 
Publicado por: Lorenzo
Fuente: norceca.net



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