Guyana’s Theodore Henry graduated at the top of his class following a three-month International Coaching Course from the University of Physical Education in Budapest, Hungary.
Henry who returned home last week, finished a joint first place with Clint Smith of the USA and Kenya’s Bernard Ouma who all averaged 4.93 out of five.
So what does this mean to Guyana? The national rugby coach told Stabroek Sport yesterday that graduating with the diploma means that “I can work not just with rugby but with any sporting team.”
The dreadlocked Henry is now a specialist in general conditioning.
Henry’s marks and results of examinations are as follows:
General Subjects Marks
General Conditioning 5
Coaching Principles 5
Sport Physiology 5
Sport Psychology 4
Sport Sociology 5
Sport Injuries 5
Training Theory 5
Theory and Methodology of Coaching in:
Study Report 5
During the interview, Henry thanked the Guyana Olympic Association for sponsoring his sojourn and the rugby union for giving him the necessary time off to be present at the course which was attended by 25 individuals from more than 14 territories.