Kenyan Olympic Team Strength and Conditioning Coach to Contribute to SportsEdTV
Miami, Florida Mar 7, 2021 - SportsEdTV has expanded its international coaching and contributor ranks by adding Geoffrey Kimani, Kenya’s Olympic Teams’ Strength and Conditioning coach, to its contributors.
Kimani trains national team coaches who have their teams already qualified for the Olympics as part of the strategic objective of the National Olympic Committee’s Elite Athlete Development program.
“Our global parenting and youth audiences will welcome Geoffery’s experience with young athletes, too,” said Robert Mazzucchelli, Founder and Chairman, SportsEdTV, “as he’s also developing programs for Kenyan teams gearing up to compete in 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games and the 2022 Youth Olympics.
Previously Kimani was Strength And Conditioning Coach for the Kenya Rugby Union; Strength and Conditioning Coach for Kenya Rugby Sevens; Strength and Conditioning Coach of Uganda Rugby Sevens; Speed Coach of Mathare Youth Sports Association’s Mathare United Soccer team.
SportsEdTV CEO Victor Bergonzoli, added, Kimani works with specific national coaches under the National Federations, through workshops and training with an eye towards increasing the Strength and Conditioning talent pool in Kenya”
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