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Coaching Conference in Kuala Lumpur
21 Dec 2001 14:39
 
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) and Malaysian Hockey Federation will organise an FIH Coaching Conference in co-operation with the Asian Hockey Federation, which will take place during the 10th Men's World Cup on 6th March in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

This conference will provide an excellent opportunity for coaches from all over the world to meet each other, gain knowledge and experience an international exchange of ideas. It will be a learning experience as well as an opportunity to discuss the development of the game from coaching perspective.

The conference is being held for the purpose of evaluating and discussing in a large group of coaches the development of hockey and hockey coaching as observed during the World Cup and other top events. The conference, presentation and discussions will be conducted by experienced international top-level coaches. Among the presenters will be Maurits Hendriks, Gold medallist coach at Sydney Olympics, who will share his experience. The conference will be chaired by Theo Ykema, DCC chairman, Tayyab Ikam FIH Coaching Projects Manager and Ivan Spedding will be facilators.

All high performance coaches present in Kuala Lumpur are herewith invited and can send their request to participate with the attached form to FIH Office in Brussels before 15th January. The costs are minimal.
(Application forms and further details are available to down load in "Coaching Downloads" in this section of the website.)

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