“Houshang Amiri is not only a world-class coach, he also cares deeply about each and every person he coaches.”
- Erin Carter
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Olympic Solidarity Level 2 Cycling Course

Wednesday, 9th November 2011

As part of preparatory work towards the 2012 Caribbean Cycling Championships - Antigua, the Antigua and Barbuda Cycling Association through the Antigua and Barbuda National Olympic Committee and Olympic Solidarity will be hosting a Level 2 Cycling Course for Coaches. Starting 17th — 29th November, City View Conference Centre, New Gate Street.

The UCI selects Mr Houshang Amiri from Canada as the expert. Mr Amiri comes with a wealth of knowledge after coaching Canada National Cycling Team for 20 years.

Because we are self-coached, the Antigua and Barbuda Cycling Association is extending an invitation to all Riders, Personal Cycling Coaches and Executive Members.

The Antigua and Barbuda Cycling Association selects Mr. Franklyn (Frankie) Benjamin as the Coordinator.

All interested persons can contact Frankie at 727-0061 or email: Frankie@apua.ag or any other member of the Cycling Executive. Please register early as the course is geared to a maximum 30 participants. Further information will be provided in the upcoming week.


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