Sierra Leonean Paralympian Instructor George Wyndham was recently given the opportunity to train other athletes at the Regional Classification and Qualification event for Para athletes in Ghana.
Wyndham, who is a Paralympian Table Tennis Star, has over 10 years of experience in coaching and training Para athletes.
He is an expert in classification, which is the process of determining the eligibility of athletes to compete in Para sports.
During the event, Wyndham worked with athletes from across West Africa to help them determine their eligible classifications.
He also provided training on a variety of topics, including technique, training, and competition strategies. Wyndham's training focused on helping athletes improve their technique, training, and competition strategies. He also provided guidance on how to navigate the classification process.
"I am grateful for the opportunity to share my knowledge and experience with other athletes," Wyndham said. "I hope that my training will help them to reach their full potential."
The Regional Classification and Qualification event in Ghana was a success, and many athletes were able to achieve their classification goals. Wyndham's training was instrumental in helping these athletes to succeed.
"George was an excellent instructor," said one of the athletes who participated in the training. "He was patient and knowledgeable, and he helped me to understand the classification process and how to improve my technique."
Wyndham is a valuable asset to the Para sports community, and his work is helping to make Para sports more accessible and inclusive. He is an inspiration to athletes all over the world, and his dedication to his work is truly admirable.