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OOC organizes the Sports Career Course



Yesterday evening, “Wednesday,” the sports Career course organized by Oman Olympic Committee (OOC), represented by Oman Athletes Committee, concluded for a period of 3 days at its headquarters, with the aim of enabling Omani athletes to excel in sports in their Olympic career, under the auspices of the retired international player, Tarmah bin Abdul Hussein Al-Ajmi.


The course targeted elite athletes who had previously received grants from Olympic Solidarity or had won medals in the GCC, Arab, Asian and regional sports tournaments, as well as the administrators of the national teams supervising the athletes.


The course aimed at providing participants with concepts and information related to high performance, introducing them to planning skills, setting goals for the sports career, learning about balancing strategies between sports practice, work, study, and family, in addition to developing life skills and sports behavior for participants, and getting acquainted with professional planning methods and managing sports risks. Spreading the culture of high-level sports in Omani sports institutions.


The program was attended by Dr. Mutasim Goutouq, OOC planning and following-up expert, international coach and lecturer Shihab al-Din al-Riyami from the Omani Volleyball Federation, and Dr. Majid al-Busafi, Director of the Humanitarian Research Center – Associate Professor, Department of Physical Education and Sports Sciences at Sultan Qaboos University, where many topics were discussed. Enriched topics and topics, including high performance planning, applications of high performance strategies, planning and setting technical goals for the level of high performance.

The course also dealt with the role and importance of selecting talents in achieving sports achievement, Olympic and sports planning, the Canadian program for developing athlete performance and levels of achievement, and reviewing typical stories of sports celebrities in professional performance, in addition to addressing OOC participation in international and the global ranking of elite champions in Oman aiming qualification criteria for 2024 Paris Olympic Games.