Coaches from India and Lebanon feature in the next episode of Education video series

by courtney.akrigg@triathlon.org on 28 Feb, 2024 09:25 • Español
Coaches from India and Lebanon feature in the next episode of Education video series

As part of the World Triathlon Coach Education program, the Development team has launched an interview series to provide insights about the World Triathlon coaching education pathways, courses, benefits of education and continuous professional development. World Triathlon Development recorded the first interviews, of the series, with Level 1 and Level 2 coaches who attended the Korea Triathlon - World Triathlon Coaching Education Programme in Seoul in November 2023.

Rupali Vishal Hinge (IND) and Hani Mehio (LBN) have both just completed Level 1 of the Coach Education course and feature in the next episode of the video series.

Rupali Vishal Hinge is an Indian open-water long-distance swimmer and triathlete. She swam the English Channel in the solo swim category on 15 August 1994 in 16 hours and 7 minutes, making her the youngest successful swimmer (12 years old) to cross the English Channel for the year 1994. She swam a total of seven straits during her swimming career, Gibraltar Strait, Palk Strait, Bass Strait, Cook Strait, Robben Island Channel and Mumbai-Dharamtar Channel.

Hani Mehio decided to become a coach, to have an impact on others’ lives, after going through a life-changing experience himself by getting involved in triathlon.

In this episode, both Rupali and Hani speak about their motivation to continually develop as coaches and reflect on the key learnings from the World Triathlon Coach Education course.

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