Data Volley and Video Course concludes in Tijuana


TIJUANA, Mexico, April 28 2012 — The Data Volley and Video Course successfully finished with more than 40 attendants receiving the FIVB certificate.


During four days, they were instructed in codification of match actions, the analysis between the Systems of Data Volley and VIS, as well as the use of software for video and live scouting.


The theoretical sessions took place at the Baja California High Perfomance Center Athletes School, while the practices were at the Baja California State University Gym with a scrimmage match between the Women’s National Team of Mexico and the U-20 Women’s National Team of Cuba.


“Like the Norceca President, Cristobal Marte said in the opening ceremony, development is the name of our game, and that as the main goal in this course,” Data Project Managing Director and Instructor, James Wilroy said.


“If we want to share a conclusion of this course, the most important lessons are to earn and to deploy our knowledge.”


Baja California High Performance Center Director, Octavio Morgan; Mexican Volleyball Federation Vice-President, Alberto Arreola; NORCECA’s Statistic and VIS Commission President, Judith Sandino; FIVB Regional Development Center Vice Director, Yohanna Mota, and instructor Yeivic Jimenez, attended to the closing ceremony that was held at the High Performance Center Auditorium.


Members of the National Federations of Belize, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, Venezuela, South Korea, Saint Kitts and Nevis, U.S. Virgin Islands (Saint Thomas and Saint Croix), attended to the course celebrated prior the start of the Women’s Olympic Qualifier Tournament.