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Level I Coaches Course taking place in Monterrey


MONTERREY, Mexico, November 24, 2016 – An International Level I Coaches Course is currently underway in the city of Monterrey with the participation of 34 coaches from all over the Mexican Republic.


The course which runs from November 23 to 27 is under the direction of FIVB Instructor Juan Cartagena of Puerto Rico and the supervision of Lisandra Ramirez, who represents the FIVB/NORCECA Regional Development Center in the Dominican Republic.


The opening ceremony was attended by Jesus Perales, president of the Mexican Volleyball Federation, Cesar Salinas, president of the Nuevo Leon State Volleyball Association, and Daniel Bautista Rocha, Director of Physical Culture and Sport of the Nuevo Leon Sport Institute.


President Perales said to be satisfied for the realization of the important course underlining the participation of coaches from all the regions of the country.


Cartagena welcomed the opportunity of once again working in Mexico in the training of coaches that in the near future will transmit their experience to other colleagues in their respective communities.


Finally, Bautista officially opened the course and expressed his gratitude to the Mexican Federation and the State Association for their willingness to host the course and their consistent support to the development of volleyball in Mexico.