By Francis Talasasa, Reporter
A Judo coaching seminar is to be held in Japan at Tokai university Judo club from November 6 to December 5 and the Republic of Palau has one representative who has been invited to attend, she is Jennifer L. Anson.
She is invited to join a coaching seminar that will focus to provide training programs about junior practical coaching methods and building networks to exchange ideas of Judo development for the country.
Head of the Solidarity of International Judo Education, Yasuhiro Yamashita in a letter explained, since the established in 2006, the organization has been actively involved in Judo activities and projects worldwide such as recycled judogi distribution, dispatching coaches to the world and producing lesson DVD’s and more. In the last 10 years, they have dispatched various Japanese judo coaches to various judo developing countries and received over 300 hundred judo coaches and players from more than 13 countries.
Yamashita was pleased to invite Ms. Anson in representing Palau to join with the rest of the traveling members in Japan.
She will join with other judo coach colleagues from Israel, Palestine, Algeria, Costa Rica, El Salvador, China, Hawaii, and Kuwait. [/restrict]