The International Paddle Federation (FIP) has officially recognized today the title of adapted paddle monitor granted by the Paddle for Everyone Association (ASPADO).
In a document signed by the president of the entity that governs world paddle tennis, Daniel patti, the adapted paddle tennis instructors course that ASPADO has been in place for eleven years and already has almost 400 people.
A more than important recognition for the Association created in 2004 by Kiki de la Rocha, current president of ASPADO, who was "extremely happy because it is the achievement of a job of many years and many people who are involved in this project."
"The International Federation has sent us a document signed by its president where the validity of the adapted paddle monitor title granted by our Association is officially recognized and whose courses are held twice a year, the next one from May 12 to 14 in the Valdebernardo Sports Center in Madrid ”, he highlighted De la Rocha.
Most of those attending the courses are Spanish, but the president of ASPADO stressed that “in recent years we have had professionals from other countries such as England, Holland or Sweden, and without going any further for the next course we will have an Italian monitor and two Portuguese, in addition to a large number of Spanish monitors who are based in other countries ”.
Registration is still open for the next courses that will take place from May 12 to 14 and which is organized jointly with the Community of Madrid and the Higher Sports Council, and has the collaboration of the Also Foundation.
The bases and regulations can be consulted in the course section of our website www.padeladaptado.com
From now on, all those who receive the title of adapted paddle monitor from ASPADO will also have the endorsement of the International Paddle Federation.