Guinea Conakry run a successful Mass Volley Course
Collective photo for the participants

Collective photo for the participants

27 November 2011

Conakry, Guinea, November 26, 2011- In a new occasion of the African Volleyball Confederation “CAVB” Development Plan, Guinea Conakry organized a highly successful Mass Volley Course in the capital Conakry lasting for a week.
 The course attracted 53 participants from 5 countries as there were people from Guinea Bissau, Gambia, Mali, and Niger beside the host country. Among the attendances 17 women participated in a good exposure for the women in the event that was conducted by the FIVB Instructor Mostafa Ahchouche.
 The opening ceremony of the event was attended by the representative of Ministry of Youth, the President of the National Olympic Committee and the President of Guinean Volleyball Federation Mory Keita.
 At the end of the course, a Mass Volley festival will be organized in presence of 150 young participants with all the candidates of the course.
 “I was pleased that the Course took place in good and highly organized conditions in Conakry,” said the course instructor Ahchouche. “I was surprised by this big number of participants who were highly interested in this Course and I think they will help a lot the development of the sport throughout the western part of the Continent.”
 The course was covered by a lot of media in Conakry including the daily newspapers as well as the Guinean TV.




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