- Coetzee hangs in for share of the Pro-Am lead
- Garcia getting closer to another Tour title
- Toughest Dusi in years but Birkett and Solms triumph
- Zoonekynd eases into finals at Baku World Cup
- Solid Ahlers leads by two at Fancourt
- Garcia, Park lead as defending champ Pace lurks
- SA win three medals on day one of African Championships
- Former stars Radebe and McCarthy help find new Bafana coach
- SA’s Ahlers one shot off as Canter leads on Outeniqua
- Birkett and Solms blast into lead as Dusi gets under way
In the CEO’s chair — Tubby Reddy
- Updated: November 26, 2010
The 2010 Coaching Conference has come and gone, and without sounding biased, I believe that it was a resounding success.
It was a truly inspiring weekend in Boksburg and one that gave coaches in our country renewed hope and also with lots to look forward to.
I’m absolutely convinced that the road we have now embarked on to develop coaching as a profession will contribute to us being a consistently successful and winning nation.
Now, with the Coaching Conference behind us we are busy with our next big venture, the 7th IOC Conference on Sport, Education and Culture which takes place in Durban on 5-7 December.
I’m sure that the outcome of this event will see heaps of renewed inspiration for both the sporting youth as well as our already established sports stars.
Regarding the youth, we’re busy with final arrangements for the Zone VI Games coming up in Swaziland, also early in December.