Coaches Course Level I in Guanajuato, Mexico


GUANAJUATO, Mexico, June 25, 2019 - An International Course for Volleyball Coaches Level I was opened in Guanajuato, Mexico on Tuesday.


The opening ceremony was held in the auditorium of the University of Guanajuato where the theoretical and practical classes will take place.


The opening act was chaired by Madame Reyna Martínez Zavala on behalf of the Director of Student Development of the University of Guanajuato, José Osvaldo Chávez Rodríguez, who expressed his gratitude to the Mexican Volleyball Federation for choosing the university to carry out this important Course in order to help each one of the Coaches, Athletes, Doctors, Statisticians and all the personnel that is involved in the competitions of this beautiful sport which has had a significant growth in the entire state of Guanajuato.


For his part José Jesús Mendoza Gallegos Coordinator of Physical Culture and Sport said that this Level I Coaches Course comes to mark a before and after with the Courses in the state because every time they are more interested to take advantage of this type of training to continue developing the sport throughout the state.


Instructor Humberto Rodríguez from Puerto Rico thanked the NORCECA Confederation. the Development Center and the Mexican Volleyball Federation for the trust placed on him to be able to carry the knowledge and continue to contribute to the development of the Coaches and that will always be open to continue sharing ideas and opinions with the participating coaches.


Lisandra Ramirez Deputy Director of the NORCECA / FIVB CRDV Center and Supervisor of this course welcomed all the participants to the Course and said that the Development Center will always be ready to receive them to continue helping with their training and we will always be ready to receive them.


On this occasion, I would like to thank Mr. Cristobal Marte, President of the NORCECA Confederation, for all the support he always gives to the Center's training programs in all its activities, both at the national level and the assistance received by the National Federations for preparation and training of everything involved in the preparation of each of their athletes in the different branches and category.


The course is being developed in the facilities of the University of Guanajuato and has a registration of 28 participants from Costa Rica and several states of the Mexican Republic.