|Title:||Assessment of Practice and Challenging Problems in Track Trainee’s Performance in Case of Debrebrihan, Merehabette, Chacha and Tarmaber Woredas Athletics Project|
|???metadata.dc.contributor.*???:||Dr. Solomon Tefera|
|Publisher:||Addis Ababa University|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this study is to assess challenging problems and recommended possible solutions in track trainee’s performance Debrebrihane, Merhabette, Chacha and Tarmaber worda Athletics project. The method of the study was descriptive survey method. The respective field selected by using random sampling method. The method of data gathering tools, questionnaire, and interview and document analysis were employed and used to generate information from the respondents. The primary sources of data for this study were 78 Track athletes, 4 coaches, 8 sport office experts and 4 administrators. The secondary sources of information for this study were legal documents, internets, relevant books of IAAF coaching manuals and some important and constructive materials that highly relates with the topic. The result indicated that the challenges that affect the Athletes performance also lack of adequate trained coaches, improper selection and recruitment criteria of athletes, improper teaching method, and inadequate use of nutrition, lack of facilities and equipment and lack of necessary support. Therefore, the researcher put the following possible recommendations, Regional, Zonal, Worda Sport offices and Athletics Federation must be integrated and cooperated jointly to establish facilities with necessary equipment, should upgrade coaching levels of coaches in order to fill the gap of coaches knowledge, Woreda sport officers and coaches should effectively carryout well organized recruitment and selection criteria in the training project and create good handling correspondence and arranging facilities.|
|Description:||A thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies of Addis Ababa University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the degree of Masters in Sport Science.|
|Appears in Collections:||Thesis-Sport Science|
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