René Minten is actually retired and live in Belgium, he is a Physical Education teacher in secondary school, and he also teaches at college level to PE students, he is an International Federation of Tchoukball (FITB) representative of Belgium.
He wrote the following publications on Tchoukball:
“Introducing Tchoukball by the quick steps approach” (University Leuven and BVLO- 2010)
“Tchoukball, an exceptional school sport” (May 2013)
In this interview, René explains to us how he discovered Tchoukball, what was appealing to him with Tchoukball, and why he wanted to promote it in Belgium. He also talks about the biggest challenges, according to him, for the diffusion and promotion of Tchoukball. He also gives some advices for those who want to start promoting Tchoukball in their country. He describes what have been the difficulties he has encountered when he introduced the game in Belgium.
You can contact René Minten by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
his address is:
Phone: +32 49 794 5849
Next episode: Gary Grieve of Scotland, and Youth officer at the International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA)