New success in Egyptian Coaches Course with the usual FIVB support

10 March 2011

Cairo, Egypt, March 14, 2008-: The Egyptian Volleyball Federation FEVB repeated their annual success organizing a highly successful coaches’ course held at the National Olympic Centre in Maadi, Cairo 19-30 January 2008 under support of the World Volleyball Governing body FIVB.

The course showed the participation of a total of 53 participants out of them 37 in level I course and 16 in level II representing 4 countries. The course was instructed by the FIVB Technical Commission member Mr. Jivko Jetchev and Mr. Ahmed Moustafa for Level II and the Mr. Sherif El Shemerly with Mr. Emad Nawar for level I.

The opening ceremony was attended by CAVB and FEVB president Dr. Amr Elwani, and the course manger Mr. Hassan Ahmed with representatives from the Egyptian Ministry of Sports and the National Olympic Committee.

The course included theoretical and practical parts which were broadcasted by four different TV channels in Egypt and Middle East including the Egyptian Channel 2 and the Nile Sports channel NSC.

The course instructor Jivko Jetchev expressed his satisfaction with the results of the course and the standard of the participating coaches. He said that all the participants were very cooperative and passed the theoretical and practical exams.

“I’m happy to host this successful course for the third successive year with the increasing number of Participants,” Said the organizing committee president Mr. Hassan Ahmed. “We hope to see the coaches participating in this course helping the progress of volleyball in their countries after all the participants passed the course successfully. We want also to thank FIVB for its support to bring this course to a complete success as usual in Africa.” He added.



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