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RSL BEC Summer School ready to kick off
Date: 7/6/2018 9:59 AM
Published by : Rasmus Bech(BEC)

A big group of players and coaches are ready to take part in the 2018 edition of the RSL BEC Summer School. 

No summer without a BEC Summer School and this year Slovenia will once again host the RSL BEC Summer School. 

For the fourth consecutive year Podcetrtek is the hosting city of the Summer School, and the city is ready to welcome 41 players from 14 different countries on Saturday.


Preparations went smoothly
Matevz Srekl is the organiser, and he is looking forward to welcome all the young players.

- The preparation went smoothly, and I'm already eagerly waiting for the first participants, Srekl, says.

The players will be training at least three times per day, but social activities such as a visit to the local Aqua Park and the traditional football match will also be part of the RSL BEC Summer School.

 See the schedule for the 2018 RSL BEC Summer School players here

26 coaches at school
It is not only players who take part in the RSL BEC Summer School. 26 coaches from 18 countries are also ready for action in Slovenia. The coaches will take part in the BWF Level 1 coach education course. 

- I am very happy that the Summer School is also taking care of coaches. Europe needs to keep on educating and developing coaches in order to improve the sport of badminton. I am therefore very glad to welcome a lot of talented and motivated coaches in Slovenia, Matevz Srekl says. 


 See the schedule for the 2018 RSL BEC Summer School coaches here

The RSL BEC Summer School kicks off on Saturday July 7th and after a week of badminton the players and coaches return to their homes on Saturday July 14th

Past locations for the RSL BEC Summer School:

 

2017 Podcetrtek, Slovenia

2016 Podcetrtek, Slovenia

2015 Podcetrtek, Slovenia

2014 Vejen, Denmark

2013 Vejen, Denmark

2012 Otočec, Slovenia

2011 Madrid, Spain

2010 Pressbaum, Austria

2009 Karlskrona, Sweden

2008 Warsaw, Poland

2007 Nymburk, Czech Republic       

2006 Saarbrücken, Germany

2005 Mülheim, Germany

2004 Pressbaum, Austria

2003 Ollerup, Denmark

2002 Ollerup, Denmark

2001 Ollerup, Denmark

2000 Neerpelt, Belgium

1999 Neerpelt, Belgium
1998 Neerpelt, Belgium

1997 Duisburg, Germany

1996 Louvann la Neuve, Belgium

1995 Ollerup, Denmark

1994 Caldas da Rainha, Portugal

1993 Paris, France

1992 Arnhem, Netherlands

1991 Pressbaum, Austria

1990 Santander, Spain

1989 Cetniewo, Poland

1988 Malmö, Sweden

1987 Ribe, Denmark

1986 Basel, Switzerland

1985 Scheessel, F.R.Germany

1984 Ribe, Denmark

1983 Lilleshall, England

1982 Pressbaum, Austria


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