Professor Ricardo G. Tabach has gold, silver and bronze Olympic medals.
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(YorkPedia Editorial):- New York City, Jul 6, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – SportsEdTV has named Ricardo G. Tabach to its Contributor corps. Tabach’s coaching career has spanned three decades for elite Brazilian volleyball teams.
“Once again we are proud to add a coach as experienced as Ricardo Tabach to our corps of valuable contributors, especially in the sport of volleyball, one the most popular global games,” said Robert Mazzucchelli, Founder and Chairman of SportsEdTV.
Professor Tabach possesses a virtual bouquet of Olympic medals, gathering these: Two Gold medals in the Men’s Olympic Games in Athens 2004 and Rio 2016. One Silver medal in Men’s Olympic Game of Beijing 2008. Two Bronze medals in Women’s Olympic Games in Atlanta 1996 and Sidney, 2000.
“What I like most about adding Ricardo is his experience with young and adult teams, meaning his fundamental coaching techniques complement our younger audiences and his international competition experiences offer unique perspectives to our adult users,” added Victor Bergonzoli, CEO SportsEdTV.
Professor Tabach’s career included assignments as Assistant Coach of Men’s National Team (Senior Team) from 2001 through 2008 and from 2016 through 2020. Assistant Coach of the Women’s National Team from 1994 through 2000. Assistant Coach of Women’s Adult Professional of Rexona/SESC from 1997 through 2020. Assistant Coach of the Brazilian National Teams U19 and U21 from 1989 through 1993.
About SportsEdTV: SportsEdTV exists to help athletes, coaches and parents LEARN, WIN and CELEBRATE. We don’t expect everyone who uses our learning tools to become a world champion – that’s not our mission.
We do expect people who use our educational resources to become their own champion, by whatever definition they view success in their chosen sport. For some, success is making the varsity team, for others, it’s becoming country champion, and for others still, it may simply be gaining proficiency at a sport that offers a lifetime of fun and fitness.
To us, no matter your aspirations in sport, if you are striving to improve, you are winning! As a leading sports education media company, we provide FREE video and blog content to anyone in the world with an internet connection.
We also offer a global online community, where athletes, parents and coaches can interact, connect, chat, share content and find new friends. SportsEdTV videos feature coaching from world-class coaches and athletes – many of whom are or have coached world-champions – and have been watched by viewers in every country in the world.
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