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Volleyball Denmark is thrilled and proud to announce that we have gathered three international top level coaches for an outstanding and unprecedented event.
Join us for three days of inspiring cases and presentations from Doug Beal, John Kessel, and Fred Sturm.
As a coach, this is the 2018 educational event not to miss.
The American trio will guide you through all levels of volleyball – from rookie to international star.
This event is for all levels of coaches.
The Volleyball Coaches Clinic takes place in the House of Sports in Copenhagen Denmark, June 15-17, 2018.
AGENDA (updated June 12)
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Doug Beal is widely regarded as one of the most influential figures in volleyball worldwide. Doug Beal has helped shape volleyball into one of the most popular sports in the world. He guided Team USA to its first-ever Olympic Games gold medal at the 1984 Los Angeles Games. Doug Beal and his staff implemented a new system and tactics for the sport – including the two-man serve reception, innovative use of multiple backrow attackers and swing hitters that transformed the sport. He is a member of the International Volleyball Hall of Fame
John Kessel has been coaching since 1971 and has been named one of the 50 most important people in the sport in the past 100 years. Has conducted seminars in all the American states and more than 50 countries. John Kessel’s main goal is to help make all coaches more efficient, positive and creative, no matter what level - 7 year olds in an elementary school program or National team players and programs. He challenges old ways of thinking and help coaches create what they need, while having fun in the process.
Fred Sturm is regarded by players and colleagues as a coach with a strong command of the technical aspects of the game. Fred Sturm was named the most successful coach at Stanford University with over 300 victories as both the men’s and women’s head coach. He anchored the U.S. men’s team in five years winning Bronze Medals in the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. From 2003-2014 he was the head coach for the Danish men's team, leading them their first ever playoff match at the European Championships.
|3 day ticket with accommodation
(22/05: Single rooms sold out. If you book accommodation after this date, you might have to share a room)
|3 day ticket without accommodation||4.000 DKK
|1 day ticket Friday 15/6||1.500 DKK
|1 day ticket Saturday 16/6||2.500 DKK
|1 day ticket Sunday 17/6||1.500 DKK
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Idrættens Hus (House of Sports)
Brøndby Stadion 20
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