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Valladolid, July 16, 17 and 18

The headquarters of the Castilla y León Basketball Federation in Valladolid has hosted during this weekend one of the training actions aimed at sports technicians of the highest level and prestige of all those taught today, the Master in Sports Management of Sport Coach Academy. The federative facilities have hosted the face-to-face part of this Master with UCAM university certification thanks to the collaboration agreement signed between the Castilla y León Basketball Federation and the Sport Coach Academy. Agreement according to which four FBCyL coaches have been able to attend this face-to-face phase with scholarships.

The official opening of the Master was in charge of Alberto Bustos (Councilor for Citizen Participation and Sports of the Valladolid City Council), Óscar Castañeda Robles (President of the Castilla y León Basketball Federation) and Nacho Coque (Academic Director of the Master)

As it happened in previous editions (this is the IV Edition) the Master has a cast of professors and speakers of real luxury. In Valladolid they have been: Txus Vidorreta (coach of CB Canarias), Pedro Brizuela (CEO at Gestiona-Proyecta), José A. Martín (General Director FBCyL), Luis García (Director of Business Development in Madison), Fran Camba (Responsible of Big Data at Obradoiro CAB), Chechu Mulero (Valencia Basket Sports Director), Igor Crespo (Xpheres Basketball Management CEO), Eire García (Students Communication Director), Himar Ojeda (Alba Berlin Sports Director), David Gimeno (Cantera Director de Joventut de Badalona) and Nacho Rodríguez (Former Sports Director of FC Barcelona). On Saturday Gonzalo Ibáñez (President Palencia Balonceto, Carlos Méndez (Manager of Perfumerías Avenida) and Saulo Hernández (Sports Director of CB Zamora) also participated in a round table.

Sport Coach Academy’s relationship with Castilla y León basketball is not new, in fact, there was already a collaboration agreement with the Castilla y León Coaches Association. The collaboration agreement signed now has served as a framework to develop this Master at the FBCyL headquarters and for joint actions to be developed in the future and on which work is already underway.

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