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Thailand’s first ATTU “Aim for the Stars” project

Wednesday 24 February

Thailand’s first ATTU “Aim for the Stars” project

Thailand’s first ATTU “Aim for the Stars” project was a TTAT Level 2 Coaching Course

Proceedings were in Bangkok at the JOOLA Training Center, Central Bangna and led by Korakij Sermkijseree.

 The 20 participants were coaches and players from all over Thailand and they were fully engaged throughout the course, during both the theoretical and the practical part.

Korakij Sermkijseree, course conductor said:

 “I would like to thank all the participants for their hard work during the course and thank you to ATTU “Aim for the Stars” and TTAT for the support. This course was successful as well by all the participants. They were very pleased to learn and study hard in groupings after class as well as in class.”

The main objective was to raise the standard of table tennis coaching education in Thailand and provide them with a development program for advanced players. All of the participants were very eager to learn and took part enthusiastically in every practice lesson.

The second stage of the ATTU “Aim for the Stars” project will be a Junior Training Camp in March using some of the coaches from this course.

Editor: Glenn Tepper

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