South America Rugby will carry out the first women’s coaching


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South America Rugby will carry out the first women's coaching

With the goal of developing coaching and work with trainers who are already in the training process, South America Rugby will hold the first Women’s Coaching between November 22 and 26 at Casa Pumas.

With the organization of the Women’s Rugby area – by Bárbara Pichot – with the training given by the Area Manager Martín Bassino, and with the technical leadership of Daniel Hourcade (High Performance Manager), Rodolfo Ambrosio as SAR advisor and coaches of the Argentine Rugby Union, 10 coaches from seven countries will work on various specific areas of the game such as skills, attack and defense, fixed and mobile formations, nutrition and physical preparation.

There will be classroom work and will also have players from the Buenos Aires Rugby Union to put what they have learned into practice on the playing field. In addition to the physical space of Casa Pumas, the Argentine Rugby Union will provide its technical staff for different aspects of Women’s Coaching.

“This is the culmination of a two-year job, that began virtually and that will be able to overturn in the field of play, ” said Barbara Pichot. Previously, the participants took virtual courses on South America Rugby and World Rugby, after having been chosen by their national unions to develop in fifteen-year rugby.

“We understand that this Female Coaching is the first of its kind in the world, which fills us with pride. We seek sustained growth both in education and sports, and what better way than working on the field with great coaches and trainers in the region “, added Pichot who thanked” the participating unions, the UAR and coaches for their support and also to World Rugby ”.

The participating coaches will be: Claudia Contreras (El Salvador), Natalia Justiniano (Paraguay), Gisela Acuña and Sara James (Argentina), Lissete Martinez (Colombia), Gissel Castañeda and Úrsula Alvarez (Chile), Beatriz Futuro, Rafaela Turola and Lariane Prune (Brazil), and Valentina Almeda (Uruguay).

Source: South America Rugby


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