David Isabirye | Kawowo Sports Michael Kawooya shows off his WSF Level 1 coaching course certificate attained from Budapest, Hungary

After becoming the first Ugandan to attain a World Squash Federation (WSF) level one coaching certificate, Raymond Michael Kawooya is primed towards advanced qualifications.

Kawooya, the Uganda Squash Rackets Association top player in the country is based at Kampala Club Limited.

Upon return from Budapest in Hungary where he qualified to get the WSF level one coaching certificate, Kawooya shared his experience, experience and goals.

I am very happy upon having become the first Ugandan to get the WSF level one coaching certificate. This is a great opportunity for the development of squash in Uganda and the region. I thank the members at Kampala Club Limited as well as the Government of Uganda through the National Council of Sports (NCS) who supported me morally and financially. I am now eyeing the WSF level 2 coaching certificate.

Michael Kawooya, WSF Level 1 Coach and Squash Player
David Isabirye | Kawowo Sports The WSF Level 1 certificate
David Isabirye | Kawowo Sports Kawooya (second from right) with the other coaches
David Isabirye | Kawowo Sports

Kawooya was among the representatives from over 20 countries world-wide who attended the WSF level one coaching coach in Budapest, Hungary.

It was not merely attendance for the vastly experienced Ugandan but he excelled in the theory and practical sessions to pass the examinations.

David Isabirye | Kawowo Sports Kawooya with the tutor, Cesaba Altvate from Hungary

The WSF level one coaching certificate was conducted by World Squash Federation Tutor Cesaba Altvate from Hungary.

Kawooya remains an active Squash player at the apex of his industrious and illustrious career, which he doubles to coach the young and old.

David Isabirye | Kawowo Sports The group photo for all participants


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