I obtained Masters in Sport and Olympic Studies in Master’s Program in Health and Sport Sciences at the Tsukuba International Academy of Sports (TIAS) at University of Tsukuba. My research focused on the planning and periodization of swim training for junior swimmers aged 11-16 years. The research focused on identifying differences and similarities in junior training across different swimming club coaches in 26 countries and gave recommendations on the prerequisites of swim training that provide a competitive advantage.
As a swimming coach in Uganda who worked with junior swimmers, my goal has always been to pursue any opportunity that will develop and equip me with international experience of sports practices. The sport course in TIAS was designed as a research program that helped me to strategically think about sports challenges and recalibrate the ways of connecting and influencing athletic performance environment. It was the best choice.
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