Nust, Payne hailed for de­vel­op­ing ath­letes

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Sport -

bet­ter prac­tices and stan­dards may cat­a­pult en­thu­si­asm in athletics and sport in gen­eral to new heights.

“We re­main com­mit­ted to help­ing youths out there in Zim­babwe reach their tar­geted goals by ex­pos­ing them to world coaches and op­por­tu­ni­ties.

“We are happy Nust has agreed to part­ner in a first for Bulawayo and we are com­mit­ted to bring­ing more world renowned personalities to come and share with sports sci­ence stu­dents and as­so­ci­a­tions.

“As Payne Global Sports In­ter­na­tional I am happy and grate­ful that my former coach and that of na­tional record holder in the 400m Dar­ryl An­der­son has agreed to come and share with my fel­low coun­try­men in a trip where I also in­tend look­ing at the young­sters and mak­ing rec­om­men­da­tions for schol­ar­ships abroad.

“It is not of­ten that you get such a high pro­file man agree­ing to help,” said Payne.

Thabo Moyo, a grad­u­ate of Nust and now a Zim­babwe rugby per­for­mance an­a­lyst said An­der­son’s trip to Bulawayo is en­dorse­ment of the in­sti­tu­tion.

“It is a good op­por­tu­nity to widen the hori­zons of those do­ing the sports coach­ing and sci­ence de­gree pro­gramme.

“It’s fan­tas­tic news to hear that Nust has taken it upon

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