elitesquash Poland academy up and running

13 — 09

Following two years of exchanges and cooperation with the fantastic club and staff we are proud to announce that the elitesquash Poland junior academy is now up and running, led by head coaches Konrad Tyma and Mihal Prztula. This venture is close to our heart as Konrad was one of our first juniors from the elitesquash academy in Bristol over 8 years ago. Having gone on to study at UWE in Bristol to graduate with a degree in architecture he decided to return to Poland and focus on passing on his extensive knowledge and passion to the players in Malta squash.

The formalisation of this partnership now means that all players will work direct from the elitesquash curriculum with the coaching team mentored, supported and monitored from Hadrian and the team in Bristol. We will run camps all year round plus exchanging juniors from Poland with our other academies located world wide.

The academy will officially launch in October when we will begin this exciting journey with the team in Poznan. Keep an eye on our social media and website for updates.

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