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Swimming course for coaches starts at NOCC

Swimming course for coaches starts at NOCC

A level-2 swimming coach training course for 25 local coaches, including eight females, got underway at the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia headquarters yesterday.

The ten-day course, funded by the Olympic Solidarity program of the International Olympic Committee, is being lead by Englishman James Richard and will focus on strategies, psychology and teaching methods.

Swimming Federation of Cambodia secretary general Hem Thon said: “The aim of our course is to further educate the coaches, who will contribute to swimming programs at the new Kampong Cham swimming pool, which costs around US$2 million and will be completed in October.

All participants in the course will be offered three meals per day and given $40 at the end.”

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