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Kingdom’s badminton coaches take training

Kingdom’s badminton coaches take training

Thirty-two trainees from the Cambodia Badminton Federation are learning theory and practice from Badminton Asia Confederation (BAC) experts in a BWF Level 1 Coach Education Course, organised by the federation in cooperation with the International Badminton Federation.

The training course began on Sunday at the headquarters of National Olympic Committee of Cambodia and will finish on June 30.

Cambodia Badminton Federation president Ly Kosal, who joined the course as president, said the training sessions is an additional course for Cambodian coaches to strengthen the quality of athletes in associations and clubs in preparation for the 2023 SEA Games, which Cambodia is to host. “

The trainees will become head coaches to work in associations and clubs,” Kosal said. “

They will bring this knowledge to help their athletes improve.

All taking part will get certificates recognised by Badminton Asia Confederation.”

CHHORN NORN, TRANSLATED BY IN SOPHENG

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