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13 February 2012
Cairo, Egypt, February 12, 2012 – Volleyball development continued to make strides in Egypt recently after a Level I and II FIVB Coaches Course concluded on Sunday. The two events were running concurrently, with both beginning on January 23.
The Level I course, directed by Egypt’s Sherif El Shemerly, was attended by 34 people while Bulgaria’s Jivko Jetchev directed the Level II event which had 27 participants.
The course was covered by a lot of African media while the closing ceremony was transmitted through the Egyptian TV.
“I’m happy to see the great progress of the courses year by year,” said the president of the Organizing Committee of the course Mr. Hassan Ahmed. “This is the seventh year in row for the course and I see how we improved the facilities for both courses to bring more importance to the event. I’m also happy with the final result that showed 60 participants passing successfully the exams out of 61 which is a great record.” He added.
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