The IHF and International Olympic Committee (IOC) Olympic Solidarity Course returned to Bangladesh earlier this month, after being held last in March 2016.
From 7-16 March, 21 coaches (19 from Bangladesh and two from India) attended the course which saw a variety of topics covered including physical preparation, 6-0 defence, attack against 6-0 defence, 5-1 defence, attack against 5-1 defence, goalkeeper preparation, match statistics, positional shooting, crossing, offensive blocking and much more.
The course took place at the Bangladesh Olympic Committee (BOC) and Bangladesh Handball Federation (BHF) in Dhaka, with both organisations providing the very best conditions for delivery which was led by IHF expert lecturer Alireza Habibi from Iran.
Present at the end-of-course presentations were Abdur Rahman (Chairman of Capital Development Corporation), Nurul Fazal Bulbul (President, BHF), Sahed Reza (BOA), Asaduzzaman Kohinoor (Secretary General, BHF) and a number of BHF Executive Committee members.
The Olympic Solidarity Course in Bangladesh is the second one to be held in Asia in March, following the course held in Oman earlier this month.