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RSL International Super Stars Camp in Most
Date: 8/3/2014 11:58 AM
Published by : Manuel Røsler
60 players and 7 coaches from 10 countries took part in a international badminton camp in Most, Czech Republic. The very intensive training camp provided 66 hours of badminton, 20 hours additional sports to its participants. The sessions were lead by Indian coach Sudhakar Reddy Gujjula.

RSL International Super Stars Camp linked the Indian and Danish badminton style. Chief coach Sudhakar Reddy Gujjula worked with Kenneth Belling (Denmark), Ivan Kovačević (Serbia), Milica Uskoković (Serbia), Uladzimir Varantsou (Belarus), Martina Fartágová and Lukáš Kroc (Czech Republic), a full professional coaching team. Every day players had two badminton sessions and one additional sport session, athletic training, pool, cycling, stability balls or power yoga. 

The participants came from the Czech Republic, India, Denmark, Serbia, Vietnam, Germany, France, Belarus, Slovakia and Estonia. Many national junior team players like Bhavya Rishi from India, Katsiaryna Zablotskaya from Belarus, Veronika Dobiášová from the Czech Republic and many more took part. There had been a friendly atmosphere among the training groups.

All coaches and many of participants wanted to come back to the X. RSL International Super Stars Camp next year. Also the organizers evaluated this year's camp as a huge success. Next year's camp will take place from 16. - 23. August 2015.

Article and photo by Lukáš Kroc.
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