Where People Get Inspired by Tchoukball

Janine Lesiak, Perfomance Director, Tchoukball UK

Janine LesiakJanine Lesiak of United Kingdom, leaves in Leeds. Janine is a Physical Education teacher and has been involved with Tchoukball for 12 years. Aside playing Tchoukball she is also playing Net Ball. She is now the performance director at Tchoukball UK, she is responsible for all the coach trainings in UK, with about 1000 level one coaches.

In this interview, Janine explains to us what are her task as the Performance director of Tchoukball UK, what are the major obstacles to develop the game in UK, and their plans put in place to overcome those difficulties.

You can contact Janine at: janine.lesiak(at)tchoukball.org.uk

Next episode: Richard Torok, PE teacher of New Jersey, USA

Tchoukball in Boston – USA

Steve AbreSteve Abreu of Bostonu is a native of Ohio and a sport enthusiast. He lives in Boston MA, he is a lawyer in trademark and copyright.

Discovering the game in 2011, by an article on the Columbus dispatch about the game of Tchoukball, he was intrigued and wanted to start playing the game. Then with friends he started playing in a park in Boston, inviting people passing by to join. This is how is group of 20 people started enjoying Tchoukball.

Steve also is the enthusiastic person to take over the USTBA and so far, he has been organizing the USTBA Tchoukball championship, which this year is the second edition with five participating teams.

In this interview, Steve explains how he discovered the game, what are his motivations to promote the game, as well as his goals for the next 5 years.

You can contact him: steveabreu(at)gmail.com
Twitter: #ustba

Next episode: Janine Lesiak, of United Kingdom, Performance Director of Tchoukball UK, and PE teacher.

2014 – European Tchoukball Championships

ETC 2014 LogoTchoukball on Fire attended the 2014 European Tchoukball Championships, and took the opportunity to make a movie with some footage.

This video includes the best moments of the events, as well as some insights of the participants, organizers, players, referees.
11 Nations + 19 Teams + 250 Players = ONE family.

We hope that you will enjoy watching this video and learn about it.

Please accept our apology for the previous video which had some sound tracks problem, but now everything is fine.

Thank you to the organizers, volunteers, players, referees, spectators for making this event unforgettable.