Tainan City, Chinese Taipei, November 5, 2019 – After seven days of functional intensive training, the 2019 Asian International Refereeing Candidate Course came to a successful conclusion on Tuesday.
The course, which started on October 30 and ended on November 5, was conducted theoretically and practically by Mr Songsak Chareonpong from Thailand, Member of the FIVB Rules of the Game and Refereeing Commission and Chairman of the AVC Referees Committee, as the Course Director and Mr Takashi Shimoyama from Japan, another Member of the FIVB Rules of the Game and Refereeing Commission and AVC RC Secretary, as the Course Instructor.
A total of 20 candidates (including three women) from 12 countries consisting of American Samoa, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Hong Kong China, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Kuwait, Macao China, Sri Lanka, Chinese Taipei and the United Arab Emirates attended the highly-practical course and had a very good opportunity to officiate the high-level official matches of the men’s and women’s junior high schools in the 40th Hua Zong Cup Volleyball Championship at Syuejia Junior High School in Tainan City.
There, referees were appointed to each officiate eight matches – one as first referee, one as second referee, one as scorer, one as assistant scorer and additional four as line judges No.1, 2, 3 and 4.
Theoretically, all candidates had obtained chances to keep updated with latest information of refereeing techniques, breakthrough technologies and all relevant matters for AVC new generation of referees.
The closing ceremony took place at Lixin Grand Hotel Tainan on Tuesday, with Mr Chang Chin Jong, Director of Chinese Taipei Volleyball Association, presiding.
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