Women’s national team resumes training next week: standard sport
National women’s beach volleyball coach Sammy Mulinge said he has drafted a comprehensive training program ahead of the Africa Beach Volleyball Olympic qualifiers which take place June 21-27 in Morocco.
The event was suspended last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic and will resume in June, with phases two and three taking place at the same location.
âI have written a full program that we will use once we enter the residential camp,â said Mulinge, who guided the Kenya Ports Authority men’s volleyball team to fifth place at the African Men’s Club Championships in Africa. Tunisia.
Mulinge said her beach volleyball players are busy at the African women’s club championships in Sousse, Tunisia, which ends tomorrow.
âThe focus is on Olympic beach qualifications. We will move into a residential camp as soon as the ladies return from Tunisia. We don’t have time to relax and we focus on representing Africa at the Olympics, âsaid Mulinge.
Kenya are grouped alongside Nigeria, Cape Verde, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in Pool C and each team will compete in a round robin format.
To qualify for the second round, Kenya finished second behind Rwanda with 19 points in the qualifiers which took place on Mbalamwezi beach in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Team captain Phosca Kasisi showed confidence ahead of qualifying, saying they were ready to qualify for the Olympics for the first time.
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âWe have been training individually since the sporting activities were suspended and we are ready for the canceled second round of the continental championships,â said Kasisi.
The players who participated in the first round were Kasisi, former captain of the Malkia Strikers Brackcides Agala, Gaudencia Makokha and Yvonne Wavinya.