German teacher Dr Winfried Spanaus is within the nation the place he’s coaching Rwandan athletics coaches all through the continuing coaching direction on complex talents in center and lengthy distance working.
Organised via Rwanda Athletics Federation (RAF), the two-week coaching direction going down at Bugesera Stadium from December 7-21, objectives 16 Level One athletics coaches in efforts to improve their training talents to Level Two class.
Spanaus, a sports activities scientist and a professional in monitor and box. He is regularly assigned via the German Olympic Sports Federation to educate coaches in numerous international locations quite a lot of talents in getting ready an athlete from a tender age, with Rwanda his newest training vacation spot.
“I got all the training packages to become a coach for middle and long distance coaches,” Spanaus mentioned.
During his two-week direction, the trainer is training native coaches on quite a lot of coaching strategies for athletes and diet this is just right for athletes with considerable center of attention on center and lengthy distance working.
“There are some good coaches here but they always need to improve and I think Rwanda is a country that can introduce middle and long distance runners. With the training, it is easier to train kids and prepare them into future athletes,” he mentioned.
With the package deal that coaches gets from the learning direction, Athletics governing frame (RAF) boss Lt.Col. Lemuel Kayumba is assured the educated coaches will observe the talents obtained to enhance the performances of athletes from their respective golf equipment.
“Our coaches are supposed to always learn new skills so that they can help athletes improve their performances. That is why we are organizing these training courses are being organised…we hope to train more through the partnership existing between our federations [Rwanda and German athletics],” he mentioned.
Police athletics membership trainer Joselyne Nyiraneza is likely one of the coaches taking advantage of the learning direction. She advised Times Sport that
“We are learning a lot of new skills and the instructor has been teaching us to adopt modern approaches while applying some skills that we used to apply manually,” Nyiraneza mentioned.
“The skills that we are getting from this course will hopefully have an impact on the athletes’ performances as long as we apply them accordingly,” she added.
Author: New Times