Second olympic solidarity coaching course finished

2018-04-17 11:40 GMT+8

In terms of the handball developmental cooperation between IHF and IOC, Olympic Solidarity Coaching Course was effectively held at the second time in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia from April 9th to 15th, 2018, in conjuction with  the Mongolian Handball Federation (MHF) and National Olympic Committee (NOC) Mongolia.

Held at the meeting hall NOC and Futsal Sports Hall of Mongolia, the course was led by IHF lecturer Dr. Hyung-Kyun Chung (KOR) and the local expert Dr. Jargalsaikhan Dorjsuren with all successful participants from some provinces in northern, southern, eastern and western parts of Mongolia. A total of 40 coaches were represented from Arkhangai, Bayankhongor, Bulgan, Gobi-Altai, Darkhan-Uul, Dornod, Dornogobi, Zavkhan, Selenge provinces and capital Ulaanbaatar city in attendance on the seven-day full course.

The course featured a combination of theory and practice sessions along with group open discussions. According to the general program of the course, many topics were covered including handball sport’s history, new rules, techniques, tactical knowledge, methods, instruments, standard, beach handball and school handball, athletes’ license, judging system, coaching leadership, and its’ planning, and coach’s responsibility.

The IHF lecturer taught lessons based on the instructional material from “IHF Education center” while he showed the participants Olympic Games Handball events in terms of training session exercises, tactic, and technical methods by himself .

In addition to these interesting subjects, the participants received some knowledge about the basic exercises during warm-up and training, defensive, attacking, and goal-keeper play, ball control and pass, workouts, training methods, national team training, making analysis and giving some advices on the games in the practical session. 

Meantime the National University Handball Championship (21 men’s and women’s teams enrolled) was held in Ulaanbaatar city where all course participants were examined making some analysis and conclusion to prove their earned knowledge from the course as practical session. All participants were handed balls, Rules Books, instructional handouts, CD, and video materials by IHF.  

The final day featured a written and practical demonstrations before ending with a closing ceremony, certificate presentation and farewell party where Mr. Badar-Uugan General Secretary MNOC, Dr. Jargalsaikhan D. President MHF, and Dr. Hyung-Kyun Chung (KOR) IHF lecturer presented the IOC certificate, and IHF level C coaching course diploma with sincerity words of congratulations.  

As a main instructor Dr. Chung expressed that “all partcipating coaches were active for the course, while he also mentioned the course was significant, well qualified, and well managed”.

Therefore, the local expert Dr. Jargalisakhan highlighted that “the participants learned theoritical and practical lessons, new rules update, and they demonstrated their knowledge satrting from the National University Championship”.   

Some coaches said that “the course opened our eyes and gave us oppontunity to get better knowledge and to develop handball through the schools, universities, provinces, cities where we are referred to as well as more possibilities”.

All coaches on the course appreciated to IHF, IOC, NOC and Mongolia handball federation as well as they were thanful Dr. Chung and his tremendous abilities.

IHF lecturer Dr. Chung was awarded “Olympic Fame” by NOC Mongolia for his successfull leadership of the course.

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