Successful Conclusion of AGU Common Training Camp for MAG Coaches in Bangkok
Bangkok, Thailand – The Gymnastics Association of Thailand (GAT) has previously announced the successful conclusion of the AGU Common Training Camp for Men’s Artistic Gymnastics (MAG) coaches. The event took place in Bangkok, Thailand from July 17th to July 21st, 2023, and witnessed participation from 16 coaches and 5 athletes representing various Asian countries, including Vietnam, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines. This edition marked a notable milestone with the inclusion of coaches from Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, highlighting growing international cooperation in the gymnastics arena.
The GAT National Training Center in Bangkok provided the backdrop for an enriching learning experience, featuring theoretical lectures and practical sessions. Lcdr. Srayuth Patanasak, President of GAT, extended a warm welcome to all attendees, emphasizing the importance of regional collaboration to advance gymnastics standards. Belgian expert Mr. Jonathan Joel Martin expressed his appreciation for the active engagement of participants, contributing to the success of the training camp.
The practical sessions began with expert-led lectures on proper techniques and the significance of physical preparation in Men’s Artistic Gymnastics. Live demonstrations followed, ensuring practical understanding of the concepts.
The event concluded on a high note with a ceremony that celebrated the expertise shared and skills honed during the training camp. Miss Kanokrat Thantikornphan presented a certificate of appreciation to Mr. Jonathan Martin, recognizing his contribution, while he, in turn, presented certificates to all participants.
The AGU Common Training Camp for MAG Coaches, organized in collaboration with the Asian Gymnastics Union, not only fostered camaraderie within the Asian gymnastics community but also paved the way for continued advancements in coaching and training across the region.