WORLD SQUASH NEWS WSF Hails Development & Coaching Conference The World Squash Federation (WSF) has announced details of the 6th World Squash Development & Coaching Conference, which will be held in Cairo, Egypt, from 19-22 August 2003. The event, which boasts presentations from a number of the sport's leading figureheads including former world champion Jahangir Khan and his coach Rahmat Khan, will be staged during the Women's World Junior Championships in Egypt's capital city. "The previous conferences in Netherlands, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Brazil and Australia were judged by all delegates to be an outstanding success and a marvellous aid to the improvement of squash coaching and development techniques," said WSF Chief Executive Ted Wallbutton. "We hope that the 2003 Congress, in the historic and fascinating atmosphere of Cairo, will be even better, with its imaginative programme designed by the Egyptian Squash Association (ESA). "The Conference will provide an excellent resource for advanced and elite coaches to share new techniques and cutting edge ideas," Wallbutton added. "The keynote speakers have been specially selected to challenge established ideas and give delegates a renewed vision and enthusiasm. This Conference will be a landmark in the life of any enthusiastic squash coach." After a welcome from ESA President Mohamed El-Menshawy, the conference will be opened by WSF Vice-President Joyce Buckley and an introduction to the programme ahead will be given by Conference Director Sameh Hussain. Presentations will include 'The application of Performance Analysis to elite level squash' by England Squash's World Class Performance Video Analyst Stafford Murray; 'Marketing for Sports Events' by Dr Taher Khalil of the ESA; and 'Coach Experience' by the Pakistan National Coach Rahmat Khan, former coach to Jahangir Khan. Application forms and further details of the conference can be obtained from the WSF's Lorraine Harding at Dit e-mailadres wordt beveiligd tegen spambots. JavaScript dient ingeschakeld te zijn om het te bekijken.