Georgio Galvas
Georgios Galvas: "It is super"
Date: 7/9/2019 6:59 PM
Published by : Aidan Jones (BEC)
Georgios Galvas, one of the participants in the Level 2 coaching course in Slovenia this week believes that the organisation has been “super.”

The Greek coach is one of the coaches on the programme and has revealed that he is learning from the other coaches too.

A good week

Galvas speaking about the week so far in Podcetrtek, Slovenia; believes that both the organisation and the coaches have been of a good standard.

We are with people who know deeply the sport. The organisation is super, and we have everything to make our week easier, Galvas said.

- The level of tutors is high but also of the other coaches like me coming for level 2, he added,

- The coach on the Level 2 course in Slovenia has also outlined his goal to succeed by expanding his knowledge.

- My first goal is to learn more things and to keep them in my mind so I can practice them in the future, Galvas said.

Making the most of the support

Galvas does not have much time for the coaching side of badminton currently due to his profession back home.

- My profession is a pharmacist and for the moment I do not have time to coach actively, he said.

- As a player, I have experience because I’m still active and hope this level 2 will help me to the transition from player to coach.

The Greek player also suggested that despite badminton not being a popular sport in his country, there are ways in order to learn.

- Badminton in Greece is not famous but hopefully, we can do steps forward by getting knowledge from seminars or courses like that and be better and better, he continued.
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