Workshop for National Sports Federations

first_imgThe Champions Workshop at the Holiday Inn in Port Moresby provided the National Federation executives and coaches the opportunity to speak directly to the staff and management of HPS PNG to better understand the types of services provided.Long-time boxing administrator, Dick Larry described the workshop as a great concept adding it is great to know that we able to locally advance our athletes.Larry also raised concerns of finding access to these programs and services in regional areas where talents scouted regionally can be housed, trained and monitored.Former Paralympian and PNG’s first silver medallist in the Olympics, Francis Kompaon added that it was good for National Federations to come together and meet the HP team because many of these coaches, teams and administrators did not know what kind of services are provided by HPS PNG.“There are services out there that they (NFs) can engage but they can’t do it because it cost money but at HP these same services are provided for free and better quality.“So this Champions Workshop is a good opportunity for NFs to come and see but also know what is provided for them by the Government.”Codes that attended the workshop were Softball, Lawn Bowls, Swimming, Shooting, Boxing, ParaSport, Golf, Basketball, Karate, Netball, Sailing, Archery, Shooting, Bodybuilding, Weightlifting, Powerlifting, Canoeing, Cricket, Handball, Hockey, Rugby 7s, Judo, University Sport, Badminton, Table Tennis, Touch Footy, Volleyball, and Rugby League. The next Champions Workshop will be held in early May in Port Moresby and similarly in Lae, with the invitation extended to National team athletes, their coaches and managers.last_img

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