November 28, 2021

Sport: “Promote the impossible” to better advance

How to do a lot with little or nothing?  A whole reflection on which the technical advisers present at the seminar, at the beginning of the week, in Pueu worked.
How to do a lot with little or nothing? A whole reflection on which the technical advisers present at the seminar, at the beginning of the week, in Pueu worked.

The Olympic Committee (COPF) organized a performance seminar dedicated only to Federal Technical Managers (CTF). For three days, the CTF worked together on many themes directly related to their federation.

At the heart of exchanges, performance and promoting the impossible. To do this, the COPF called on the skills of Franck Bellard, technical manager of the Polynesian Judo Federation (FPJ), formerly a trainer at the National Institute, Sport, Expertise and Performance (INSEP) .

CTF debated what is possible and what is impossible. Often, Polynesia being far from the continents, we tend to believe that it is not possible to carry out such or such a project. And that’s what bothers the technical director.

“As technical director, I wanted to break this idea that it is impossible because we do not have the financial means and to think about how to do otherwise”, insisted Éric Zorgnotti. “It was reflection. “

The return of the exchanges took place yesterday. The COPF will be able to give us an update on what emerges from the seminar later. The TD already retains the mutual aid that this has given rise to because “some have solutions that others do not have, and vice versa. This meets one of the objectives of the COPF, which is to federate the federations. Together, we will be better. “

Initially, a seminar was planned for September, with a speaker from Metropolitan France. But, following the confinement, the seminar had to be postponed to January 2022.

The activities having resumed, the COPF immediately launched a seminar reserved for the CTF and eccentric on Pueu, on the Peninsula. A little less than a third of the federations were represented.

“The problem with CTFs is that they always have a lot of work to do. They are often on the phone or even receive athletes or elected officials ”, underlined the technical director of the COPF, Éric Zorgnotti. “It was therefore necessary to take a complete break in order to fully work on the theme. “

The Youth and Sport Technical Support Mission (MATJS) was also present. She was represented by Hervé Richard, sports technical and educational advisor. The Youth and Sport Department (DJS) was represented by Christophe Morgan.

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