ITRC to conduct, host World Bowling Coach Conference


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    2014WBCConferenceLogo_small.jpg 2013BowlingITRCLogo_small.jpgThe International Training and Research Center in Arlington, Texas, will conduct and host the World Bowling Coach Conference next month, bringing together some of the greatest coaches in the sport.

    In conjunction with the World Tenpin Bowling Association, the world governing body for the sport, the ITRC staff will host the educational conference on March 28-30.

    The World Bowling Coach Conference will feature presentations from some of the game's most well-known coaches on topics such as ball motion, coaching and team play.

    "This really is going to be a gathering of the top minds in the sport of bowling in terms of coaching," said Team USA head coach Rod Ross, who will serve as a presenter along with other ITRC and Team USA staff.

    "The World Bowling Coach Conference is going to be a great opportunity to share knowledge and advance coaching in our sport."

    Among the presenters will be European Tenpin Bowling Federation lead instructor Juha Maja, Kegel Vice President Del Warren, Canadian coaches Frank and Mark Buffa, Cyprus Gold coach Costas Mitsingas, Team USA sports psychologist Dr. Dean Hinitz and the chairman of the ETBF educational Committee Onder Gurkan.

    The best bowling coaches in the world are invited to attend the World Bowling Coach Conference. Registration is still open and can be completed at

    The World Tenpin Bowling Association, which is made up of 111 bowling federations, governs the sport throughout the world. For more information on WTBA, click here.


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