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NEWS REPORT: All 27 theses from the 2014 EHF "RINCK" Convention Open Master Coach and Licensing Course are available on the EHF Activities website

Compilation of EHF Open Master Coach theses available

A compilation of all the theses submitted and defended by the participants of the 2014 EHF "RINCK" Convention Open Master Coach and Licensing Course is now available.

24 participants were awarded both with the EHF Master Coach Diploma and the EHF Pro Licence and three participants were awarded with the EHF Coaching Licence on 12 December 2014 in Győr, Hungary.

The theses are published in the original versions provided by the authors.

The official EHF compilation of all the articles can be found below, available for download in pdf format here, and documentation from the third module of the course is available on the EHF's Activities website.  

1. Theoretical Requirements and Practical Realisation for Wing Players in Modern Male Handball Based on the 2014 Men's European Championship in Denmark- Jörg Sibral / AUT
2. The Pivot Player Against Open and Closed Defense System- Simona Spiridon / AUT
3. The Relative Importance of the Speed of Payers in Different Positions in Modern Handball- Marko Koks / EST
4. The Relevance of Fast Break in Handball Team of Põlva Serviti from Estonia- Kalmer Musting / EST
5. Eyehand Reaction and Coordonation- Constantin Iolia / GBR
6. How Can New Technologies Help Handball Coaches?- Ambroise Salaün / GBR
7. Handball Specific Performance Diagnostics- Reliability and Validity of Handball-Specific-Complex-Test (HBKT)- Alexander Koke / GER
8. Scoring Efficiency Development of Two Japanese U21 National Players, Regarding 1:1 with the Goalkeeper- Roland Nemes / HUN
9. Change of Defense and Offense Strategy ‐ the Way to Success on the Example of the Match Veszprem ‐ Kiel in April 2013- Alfred Gislason / ISL
10. Predicting Team Rankings in Team Handball: The Questionable Use of On-Court Performance Statistics- Shahar Haber / ISR
11. The Analysis of the Goalkeeper Performance in the EHF CL Final Game- Michael Niederwieser / ITA
12. Offence Systems Against 5:1 Defense- Stevche Alushovski / MDK
13. Offence Systems Against Numerical Superiority (6-5, 6-4) and Numerical Inferiority (5-6) - Danilo Brestovac / MKD
14. 3:2:1 Defence with Transformations to 6:0 and 4:2- Ivica Obrvan / MKD
15. Goalkeeper Drills for Saving Shots in 1:1 Situations- Alexandru Curescu / NED
16. Children, our future. Technique, Speed, Flexibility, Creative, Attractive. A vision for youth development (5-12 years old)- Rene Romeijn / NED
17. Modernization of the Pre-game Warm-up- Mark Schmetz / NED
18. Defence 5:1 a New Way of Looking at- Rolando Freitas / POR
19. Optimization of Real-time Game Information to Handball Coaches- António Manuel Marques de Sousa Alves Lopes / POR
20. Decision-making - What Tools Can we Use to Support the Development- Maria Eugénia da Costa Semedo / POR
21. The Importance of the Individual Training for 9m Players- Emil Vlad Caba / ROU
22. Aggressive High-man Advantage Defense Without Fouls- Aihan Omer / ROU
23. Aspects of the Preparation of the Offence Tactics- Stefan Constantin / ROU
24. The Efficiency of Elements of Collective Offence Tactics in Handball- Voica Eliodor / ROU
25. 3 – 2 – 1 Defense (“Back to Basics”)- Djukic M. Dragan / SRB
26. Replace the Goalkeeper by an Additional Player- Peter Bachmann / SUI
27. Injury Prevention Training in Elite Youth Handball Players (Girls)- Miriam Pupalova / SVK


TEXT: EHF / cor