Bangkok, Thailand, February 16, 2023 – The AVC Coaches Committee held its annual meeting in a hybrid format on Thursday, emphasising on future courses, cooperation projects and coaching support to all AVC Affiliated National Federations.
From left, Dr Eom, Feng Kun, Mr Park and Mr Al-Thwadi
AVC Coaches Committee Chairman Mr Park Kiwon from Korea, himself Member of the FIVB Technical and Coaching Commission, Secretary Mr Mohamed Ahmed Al-Thawadi from Bahrain and Member Ms Feng Kun from China joined the meeting from the AVC Headquarters in Bangkok, while other Members including Mr G.E.Sridharan from India, Mr Mohammad Afshardoust from Iran, Mr Shihab Al Din Ahmed Said Al Riyami from Oman, Mr Bader Abdulrahman Alkous from Kuwait attended on Zoom.
Also joining the meeting as special guests were Dr Eom Han-Joo, Chairman of the AVC Sports Events Council, and AVC Secretary General Mr Kiattipong Radchatagriengkai, who also delivered a welcome speech ahead of the meeting.
“On behalf of AVC President Mrs Rita Subowo, I would like to welcome all of you to this meeting. As you know, it is obviously shown that we maintain unity in all AVC Committees and the Coaches Committee is one of the important committees which helps promote and develop volleyball in Asia both now and in the future. I would like to say that your ideas, perspectives and exchanging views during the meeting are of great value to sustainable development of volleyball in Asia,” Mr Kiattipong was quoted as saying in his speech.
“In the past few years, the COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected AVC and its activities. Grave concerns over the outbreak has also impacted on the Coaches Committee and we didn’t have more activities on coaching courses and seminars. However, I would like to thank Mr Park to be always there for us and then we could continue running coaching activities, especially last year when we had a successful Euro-Asia Coaches Cooperation Project.
“Following the overall success of the collaboration project, we received good news from the CEV that they badly need to continue this project. In this opportunity, I would like to thank Mr Park and Mr Sridharan for your kind cooperation with the CEV and the credit of the success also went to Mr Shihab and Mr Afshardoust as AVC Instructors. In line with the our development policy, the AVC Board of Administration has already approved the courses proposed last year by Mr Park and the Coaches Committee to develop Asian coaches in…
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