Youth Sport Development for Water Polo in Serbia
9 December 2016 (Friday), 7.30pm to 9pm
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‘Youth Sport Development for Water Polo in Serbia’ by Singapore Swimming Association (SSA)
(For NROC Team Sports Coaches only)
Water Polo is the number one sport in Serbia. Their current Men’s team were crowned champions at the Rio Olympics (2016), World Aquatics Championship (2015), European Champion (2016), FINA World League Super Final Championships (2015, 2016) and FINA Water Polo World Cup (2014). The Serbian Water Polo coaching system has also been a story of success. The sharing session, followed by a dialogue, will cover these areas:
- Talent identification of Water Polo players from a very young age
- Athlete development plans for Water Polo players
- How the Serbian government supports sports
The workshop is presented by Mr Dejan Milakovic (Water Polo Head Coach, ASC Sliema (Malta)). Dejan had achieved success as Igor Milanovic’s assistant at Italian Water Polo club Pro Recco, where he won the treble (European Champions League, Italian Scudetto and Italian Cup). Dejan was also part of the Serbian national team coaching staff at youth and ‘B’ team level.
Prior to coaching, Dejan was a professional Water Polo player in Serbia, where he played for top clubs such as Partizan Belgrade and Red Star. He also represented Yugoslavia at the youth level.
Date and Time
9 December 2016 (Friday), 7.30pm – 9pm
Singapore Sports Institute (SSI) Seminar Room
Sport Singapore, Level 1
3 Stadium Drive
1. To register, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your:
- Full name
- NRIC/FIN number
- Contact number
- Which sport(s) you are coaching
- Number of years of sports coaching experience
- A brief self-introduction of your sports coaching background (maximum 200 words)
Registration closes when maximum capacity is reached.
2. Maximum capacity of 20 pax.
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