Specialized Meeting to Review Strategies for the Development of Women’s Volleyball
Tehran, Iran, February 2, 2021 – A specialized meeting on problem-solving and reviewing strategies for the development of women’s volleyball was held at the National Women’s Volleyball Academy of Iran to take an important step in drafting a development document and a master plan for women’s volleyball.
Ms. Tahereh Taherian, the First Vice President of the National Olympic Committee, and Zahra Sadat Mousavi, the General Director of the Women’s Coordination Office of the Ministry of Sports and Youth were present in this meeting.
Fariba Mohammadian the current Vice President of IRIVF chaired the meeting and the other invited officials were representatives from the Women’s Volleyball Association of the Ministry of Health, Workers’ Sports, Students Sports, School Sports and University Sports Associations to name a few.
Also, Ms. Maryam Hashemi, the head coach of Saipa team, the current champion of the Premier League , Ms. Padideh Blourizadeh, the representative of the National Olympic Committee, Ms. Parvaneh Yadavari and Ms. Mitra Shabanian as the representatives of the education, coaches and talent identification department were present in this situation.
On behalf of president Davarzani, Ms. Mohammadian delivered the message of IRIVF President firstly and then various technical issues were discussed for the development of women’s volleyball from different aspects.
The new vice-president of IRIVF, Ms. Mohammadian stated, “this is an important step in drafting the development document and the grand plan of women’s volleyball. Two more meetings will be held in the future to finalize this document with the presence of other intellectuals who could not attend in this meeting”.
Based on the topics discussed in the meeting, coaching and talent identification were approved as two important priorities of the women’s volleyball development, and in future meetings, using the advice of other individuals and committees of the federation, the final document will be drafted to be reviewed at the board meeting to receive final approval.
Another topic discussed in today’s meeting was the use of the capacities of the National Olympic Committee for training courses and obtaining international seats effective in the growth and development of Iranian women’s volleyball.
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