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Triathlon coach course gets under way at NOCC

Triathlon coach course gets under way at NOCC

The Triathlon Federation of Cambodia on Sunday launched an eight-day secondary-level coach training course, funded by the Olympic Solidarity program of the International Olympic Committee, at the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia headquarters.

International Triathlon Union coach Franz Studer of South Africa has been sent by the IOC to lead the course, which has 25 participants from 17 athletics clubs and associations, according to NOCC secretary-general Vath Chamroeun.

“Skills in the three disciplines of swimming, cycling and running will be instructed in both theory and practice around the National Sports Complex [by Studer],” Vath Chamroeun said.

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