Homepage > Coaching > Coaching News >
News
FIH
Olympic Games 2008
Olympic Anniversary
Events & Results
Calendar
Player Profiles
Rules
Event Management
Photo Gallery
Athletes
Development
Coaching
Umpires
Publications
Pitches & Equipment
Medical
Anti-Doping
Directory
Contact Us
Intranet
.
 
Olympic Hockey Coaching Conference
16 Jul 2004 10:09
 

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) is holding an Olympic Games Coaching Conference on 26 August in Athens, during the XVIII Olympic Games. This conference continues the series of worldwide conferences and courses the FIH holds every year to help develop hockey worldwide.

The conference will provide an excellent opportunity for coaches from all over the world to share knowledge and gain experience in an international environment. Top coaches and experts will host the sessions, including Horst Wein (GER), Tayyab Ikram (PAK) and coaches of the teams participating in the Games. This Olympic conference focusses the development of hockey and hockey coaching as obseved during the Athens Olympics and other top hockey events.

High level hockey coaches, national coaches and FIH Coaches who will already be in Athens are invited to participate. The FIH regrets it is unable to provide accommodation or accreditation for the Olympics. Full details are available in the coaching section of www.worldhockey.org. The deadline for application is 5 August 2004.


Coaching News
FIH International Indoor Coaching Course
Great success for coaching course in Belarus
FIH World Cup Coaching Conference
High Performance Coaching Seminar
The Fieldhockey Factory: new website for hockey coaches
England shine in Changzhou gloom
Hockeyroos hit second half straps
Hendriks named Spain’s best coach
Olympic Solidarity Coaching Course
FIH Coaching Course
Overwhelming response for Rotterdam coaching course
FIH High Performance Coaching Course
2005 Pan American Special Coaching Course
High Performance Coaching Course in Lahore
Olympic Hockey Coaching Conference
 
 
© 2008 International Hockey Federation. All Rights Reserved. powered by sportcentric