‘Hockey Together Camp,’ an ice festival in Daegu in the middle of summer, starts on the 7th

SEOUL, Aug. 7 (Yonhap) – The ‘Hockey Together Development Camp‘, an Overseas Development Assistance (ODA) program for sports in developing countries, will be held in the midsummer in Daegu Metropolitan City.The Hockey Together Development Camp, a project to invite sports leaders from developing countries, will be held at the Daegu Grand Hotel and indoor ice rink from July 7 to 13, the Korea Ice Hockey Association said.This year, 13 countries will participate, 스포츠토토 including South Korea, Serbia, Turkey, North Macedonia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Kyrgyzstan, Thailand, China, Mexico and Ukraine.The camp brought together a total of 210 participants, including 27 coaches, 86 secondary school student-athletes, 40 youth players and 30 international federation officials, making it the largest ice hockey camp organized by a single Asian member state.The fifth edition of the Hockey Together Development Camp will be led by Vierumaki Sports Foundation Head of Ice Hockey Akku Nieminen as Camp Director and Dallas Aikens, former head coach of the National Hockey League (NHL) Edmonton Oilers and Anaheim Ducks, as Instructor.Aikens, who will be traveling to Asia for the first time, said: “I first realized the passion for ice hockey in Korea and other 토토사이트 Asian countries, and it didn’t take long for me to decide to participate when I first received the invitation. I’m looking forward to meeting a variety of coaches and players at the camp and talking hockey day and night, and I’m looking forward to passing on my experience as an NHL head coach.” “Through this camp, we want to collaborate with the local community and contribute to the national development of ice hockey, not just in the Seoul metropolitan area,” said Choi Kwang-eun, head of the Korea Ice Hockey Association. “If the Hockey Together Camp is held every year across the country, it will help revitalize the local economy and develop ice hockey.This year’s Hockey Together Camp will feature a variety of programs, including theoretical and practical training for coaches, on-ice training for secondary school and youth players, NHL lectures, and actual games.

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