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Coach to French Olympic Sprinting Champions Announced As SportsEdTV Senior Contributor

Published: 2021-02-12
Coach to French Olympic Sprinting Champions Announced As SportsEdTV Senior Contributor
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Miami, Florida Feb 10, 2021 SportsEdTV has named another leading international coach as a senior contributor by adding Guy Ontanon France National Sprint Coach to its list of experts providing world-class instruction to its audiences.

“Guy Ontanon is a coach to world-class athletes, an expert in high-level training and physical preparation of Olympic sprinters, and rugby, football, and tennis players is a sure complement to our world-class coaching cadre,” said Robert Mazzucchelli, Founder, and Chairman, SportsEdTV.

Since March 2019 he has been France’s National Sprint Coach, training top athletes Orlann Ombissa-Dzangue, Stella Akakpo 100meter sprinters, and Hassan Taftian and Ben Bassaw 200m sprinters.  Previously Ontanon was the French Federation of Athletics (FFA) National Technical Advisor in charge of overseas high-level athletics development and training of Hassan Taftian, Iranian sprinter; Heather Arneton.

“In addition to the world-class sprinters, in tennis, he trained top athletes Jimmy Vicaut, Martial M'Bandjock, and provided tennis physical preparation with Michael Llodra, Richard Gasquet, Paul-Henri Mathieu a sure demonstration of his expertise reaching multiple sports,” added Victor Bergonzoli, CEO of SportsEdTV.

Ontanon has frequently published by influential sports periodical and is a frequent research collaboration and presenter of findings at coaching and training meetings of import.

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