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World shop

Posted by admin | World shop | Posted on décembre 19th, 2009

World shop  : you can buy WICOACH products to support the association

Soutenez les initiatives de WICOACH en achetant les produits dérivés de l’association : la combinaison WICOACH, les chaussures Yann Guyader ou encore les cassettes/DVD Destination Speed…

Yann Guyader/WICOACH suit

DVD/K7 Destination Speed

Clinic training camp

Posted by admin | Clinic training camp | Posted on décembre 19th, 2009

Clinic training camp
(good for yourself will be good for many other skaters)

Stage organisation et encadrement  – Ce qui sera bénéfique pour vous le sera aussi pour beaucoup d’autres patineurs

donation equipment

Posted by admin | Actions, donation equipment | Posted on décembre 8th, 2009


Collecte de matériel

En France les collectes sont organisées par Christophe Audoire lors de compétitions aux stand d’exposition LIGNE DROITE .  World Inline Coach organise des collectes de matériels de course usagés (ou neufs) pour des donations gratuites à des patineurs dans les pays en voie de développement aidés par l’association.
Ces collectes de matériels sont organisées depuis plusieurs années ( Afrique du Sud, Kenya …).
Si vous avez d’anciennes chaussures, châssis ( 5 X 84 mm par exemple) des roues ( de tous diamètres), casques, combinaisons de course, roulements ils sont les bienvenus. L’association reconditionnera les patins et organisera le transport jusque dans les pays concernés…

Merci de faire passer cette information autour de vous et de nous faire parvenir ces équipements.  Vous ferez des patineurs heureux quelques part dans le monde .
Contactez nous à world-inline-coach@orange.fr



Equipment collect operation

World Inline Coach organise collect of used equipment (or new) for  free donation to skaters in the Developing countries helped by the association. Those donations are organized since several years. ( South Africa, Kenya)
If you have some old pair of shoes, frames ( 5 X84mm for example) wheels ( any diameters) helmet, racing suits bearing are also welcome. The association will organize the repackaging and transport in the concerned countries.
WICOACH-KENYA-NOV-07_9_77Thank you very much to pass that information around, collect the equipment and contact us to see how we can organize to collect them.
You will make a skater very happy somewhere in the world.
Contact us at world-inline-coach@orange.fr


Colecta de equipo

World Inline Coach organizara  colecta de equipo usado o nuevo para una donación libre a patinadores a países en desarrollo para quienes lo necesiten. Esas donaciones están organizadas desde muchos años (Sudáfrica, Quenia) si tu tienes algún par de Botines, Planchas/chasis, 5 por 84 milímetros por ejemplo, Ruedas, cualquier diámetro, cascos, Uniformes (body), Rodamientos, son también bienvenidos.

La asociación organizara y armara lo recolectado y transportara a los países concernientes al tema. Muchas gracias por pasar esta información alrededor tuyo y recolectar algún equipamiento tu harás muy feliz a algún patinador en alguna parte del mundo.

Contacto nosotros par email  :  world-inline-coach@orange.fr

South African Open Speed Roller Skating Championship 2010

Posted by admin | Events/calendar, News | Posted on novembre 26th, 2009


19- 21 March 2010 – Mandela Village, Hammanskraal

Roller Sport South Africa is proud to announce the 2010 South African Open Speed Roller Skating Championship.  With financial assistance from the National Lotteries Distribution Trust Fund we are in the position host this exciting event.  The 33rd  annual South African Championships, open to international participation, will take place in Mandela village, Hammanskraal 19 to 21March 2010.

South Africa’s best skaters will face tough competition from world medal winners who have already confirmed their participation in the event.  Local teams from Eastern Cape, Central Gauteng, North West, Northern Gauteng, southern Gauteng, and Western Cape will battle it out to become South African champions.

The championship will be 2 days of racing on the 400m road circuit followed by a 3rd day of long distance racing on the roads of Hammanskraal.

Beginner skaters will compete in the beginner under 13, under 15 and over 15 sections – these sections will be for South African skaters only and as RSSA rules stipulate, a skater may only skate on the RSSA beginner skates and may only compete in this section for 1 year.

More advanced skaters will participate in the under 13, under 15, under 17 and over 17 age groups and top skaters will compete in the junior and senior sections.  Sections and races may be changed depending on the amount of entries received.

Junior and Senior: 200m,   500m,   1000m – same for male and female skaters
Ladies: 3 000m, 5000m –    10 000m (open road)
Men: 5 000m, 10 000m Points   -   Marathon (42km) or 20 000m
5000m mixed Relay

Age groups -   under 13 and under 15, under 17, over 17
500m, 800m, 1000m – male and female
2000m under 13 boys and girls, 3000m under 15 boys and girls,
3000m under 17 and over 17 ladies, 5000m under 17 and over 17 Men
*Open 5000m on open road under 13, 15 boys and girls under 13, 15, 17 and over 17
* Open Marathon or 20km under 17 and over 17 men

Beginner all sections – under 13, under 15 and over 15 : 200m, 400m, 800m, 1 000m &
*OPEN 3000m on open road – same distances for male and female skaters – ONLY SA SKATERS

*OPEN RACES in beginner and age groups mean all ages will compete against each other in the specific race.  All ages are determined on the 1st of January 2010.

Additional information

Official hotel  – Kwalata Game Ranch (www.kwalata.co.za).
An outstanding hotel in the Dinokeng Big 5 Game Reserve, the entrance of the reserve is less than 2km from the championship venue.
Teams can stay in the Phiri school camp with dormitory style chalets or in the luxury Main camp in private chalets.
Phiri camp offers very basic accommodation (it is built for school groups) and has shared bathroom facilities.
The 2 camps are very close to each other, everybody will still have their meals together at the main camp.  It is terefore possible to split your team if some want to stay at a different camp.
All the SA skaters will be in the Phiri camp. If International skaters want to stay at the Phiri camp we will also accommodate them even if they are not 10 persons. Accommodation tariffs includes buffet breakfast and buffet dinner.
A light lunch will be provided at the venue  during the championship.
Roller Sport South Africa will handle all the bookings.

Contact us on rssa@tiscali.co.za  or +27 12 5672229  /  skype:  Wendy  Gila

Price of accommodation
Phiri camp – dormitories R 320.00 per person per night – 10 – 12 skaters per chalet – bunk beds
Main camp- luxury: PRICES ARE IN SOUTH AFRICAN RAND (ZAR) +- R 7.50 to 1US$
Single:    R 760.00 per night  (+-100US$)
Double:  R 660 per person per night
Family room:  One double bed and 2 single 3 -4 persons R 660 per person per night
Halaal meals available at an addition R 60 per person per meal

Included in the accommodation price:
We will meet you  at the Johannesburg OR Tambo airport and travel with you to Kwalata.
Breakfast and dinner at the hotel and a light lunches at the championship
Transport  between the venue and hotel
A Game drive in the Dinokeng Game Reserve
A township tour will be arranged on the day before the championship
Final party
Transfers to OR Tambo airport on departure

Gold, silver and bronze  medals will be awarded for each race.  An overall  champion will be annaounced in the  junior and senior sections.
The top South African skater in each section will receive a trophy as South African champion for the section.

There will be stalls selling curio and other interesting articles during the championship.

Totally optional  !!!!!  We will visit  a local creche and from past experience you might want to bring small gifts for the kids, they are absolutely adorable and any help they receive is much appreciated.   It is a rural area and the people do not have much.   Books, pencils, paint, clothes etc. Is much needed and you can make a child very happy with a small contribution. Most of the children are between 2 and 6 years old.  On my last visit we arrived during their afternoon sleeping time, all the kids were sleeping on the cold cement floors with no pillows, I personally want  to try and buy some small foam matressess to give to the school.  If anybody would like to contribute please let me know.

I can organise an additional trips for 2 – 3 days to Sun City (a world famous  holiday resort)  if there are any persons interested.  Let me know and I will get a quote.


Rémi Hubert au Cameroun

Posted by admin | Actions, News | Posted on mars 7th, 2009

Grâce aux ventes des combinaisons WICOACH et aux stages encadrés en Europe, l’association World Inline Coach a pu financer un stage au Cameroun. Stage destiné au patineurs et entraineurs. Aussi avec l’aide précieux de Rémi Hubert, nous avons pu faire parvenir des patins complets. Rémi est parti en février avec 40 Kg de bagages et après quelques péripéties avec les douanes, choses courantes en Afrique, les patins et roues ont pu être offerts aux patineurs courses les plus méritants.

Vous pouvez toujours faire parvenir à l’association de vieux patins de course … Il vous est possible de les remettre lors des grandes compétitions nationales au stand Ligne Droite .
Si vous ne pouvez pas les faire parvenir lors d’une compétition alors contactez nous à
world-Inline-coach @orange.fr
Ce stage au Cameroun et d’autres actions telles que l’envoi de matériel au Kenya ont pu être financés notamment par la vente des combinaisons WICOACH et Vidéo technique course au profit de l’association.
Pour certains  stages  en France et  à l’étranger  encadrés par Christophe Audoire les inscriptions sont reversées  à WICOACH .  Si des clubs souhaitent organiser des stages roller courses pour l’association WICOACH contactez-nous pour réserver des dates  – Saison Hivernale  09 -10 et printemps prochain.

Direction le Cameroun
Du 16 au 27 Février 2009 Rémi HUBERT (Entraîneur  de la ligue du centre)  est parti à la rencontre des  dirigeants et patineurs de la Fédération Camerounaise de Patinage à Roulettes (FECAPAR)
Plus de 60 patineurs course dans 3 villes étapes : Douala, Boueq et Yaoundé ont pu bénéficier des précieux conseils d’un entraineur spécialisé en course.
il existe une véritable envie d’apprendre et de progresse pour atteindre un de leur rêve : les championnats du monde.
4 coureurs  ont aujourd’hui un potentiel à exploiter pour arriver à participer à une course de niveau international

Rémi Hubert

«  Le potentiel physique est bien là. 2 séances par jour, ça ne leur fait pas peur. Leur patinage est aujourd’hui efficace grâce à leur capacité physique plutôt qu’à leur application technique. Il reste encore beaucoup de travail à faire. »
Une structure fédérale fragile mais des structures régionales plus distinctes et plus structurées. Notamment du côté de Boueq, il y a un véritable investissement des dirigeants. Une preuve de réelle motivation qui doit être suivi de réalisation sur le terrain.
Les entraîneurs régionaux et l’entraîneur national sont professeurs d’EPS qui n’ont pas encore une très  grande connaissance du roller.

Wicoach in Thailand

Posted by admin | Actions, News | Posted on décembre 3rd, 2008

Since the last few years, actions of help for speed skating development have been done in several counties by Christophe Audoire … that was the beginning of the WICOACH project.

In Thailand 2007
Technical training with skaters and development program with sport administrator was the base of working with Thailand , now federation is working on establishing national skating center base and national team to participate at next Asian games.
Program of communication and demo-Van promotion in main cities are in preparation.
Coaches that join the movement of WICOACH have also made some actions of help in direction of skaters and coaches. like Paolo Marcelloni (Italia)in Iran and Kelly Springer ( USA) In south America, Remi Hubert ( France) for Africa.

World Inline Coach in South Africa (2007)

Posted by admin | Actions, News | Posted on décembre 7th, 2007

South Africa is the most developed country in Africa for Speed roller skating. The work of the family Van Heerden since many years has always been a tremendous help to spread roller skating in the entire nation.

Pretoria city got a great 200 m track build in the same complex as the cycling track. South Africa is already participating at World Championship and is now looking to increase their world level to reach some higher ranking.

Last trip in South Africa, WICOACH brought 60 kg of speed wheels collected from different pro WIC team and National team of France.

Their needs of equipment are especially for wheels. Now the skaters who got good speed skates and train hard every day need more and more wheels.


In November 2007 Seminar for coaches and administrators of skate’s club was organized by the federation and
Christophe Audoire did present the WICOACH help for developing speed roller Skating.


Coaching lessons were held also at the Mandela Village club and track of Pretoria.

Coaching lessons were held also at the Mandela Village club and track of Pretoria.

Mandela village 400 meters asphalt road circuit

Mandela village 400 meters asphalt road circuit

Mandela village 400 meters asphalt road circuit

Mandela village 400 meters asphalt road circuit

Mandela village 400 meters asphalt road circuit

Mandela village 400 meters asphalt road circuit


Kid’s program: “futures stars” With Roller futures star’s kit boxes'

Wendy Gila – Van Heerden

All what is needed to coach skating is in it !

With test program book from 1 to 5 levels
Each level take several weeks to reach and end up with a test
In 6 month times skaters reach level 5

With Instructors book
Posters and pictures with level

Wendy Gila - Van Heerden with Roller futures star’s kit boxes

Wendy Gila - Van Heerden with Roller futures star’s kit boxes

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PRETORIA roller skating bank track in the middle of cycling track

Report action of Wicoach in Kenya

Posted by admin | Actions, News | Posted on décembre 3rd, 2007

Christophe Audoire stay at Nairobi was organized by JOSEPH MWANGI MUCHIRI,

After meeting skaters Newton Marikio from Kenya at WIC SUZHOU 2007 we set a training camp with Kenyan skaters from 19th  to 23rd November 2007


Roller sport Kenya federation board meeting with Christophe Audoire WICOACH
Joseph is on the left next to RSK president Mme Cleopatra A. Mbeo.

Joseph is dedicated to the roller sport since many years as skaters and now coach and federation administrators.
The federation board is organized now with young dynamic and enthusiast members about the organization and development of the sport in Kenya

They organized in the centre’s streets of capital town Nairobi a Inline speed skating marathon which reach this year 200 participants.

During the few days I stayed in Kenya
We did have some training sessions on Speed Inline techniques.

Skating lessons with skaters and coaches were held at University of Nairobi graduation square.


Also on a road near football stadium training session based on physical preparation were also conducted.


Development for the Speed roller skating in Kenya.

wicoach_kenya_2007_05Beside the coaching aspect we had some meeting and exchanges about setting plan of development

1st step:  Coaching level’s development with future seminar to instruct coaches how to teach speed skating in their clubs.

2nd step : Best Kenyan skaters to participate at international races, with also coaches to get some knowledge of international skating level .   National team to participate at World Championship 2008 in Spain.

3nd step  Build a place for speed skating at Nairobi… from flat track to 200 meters bank track  and speed skating equipment available for all skaters


“ … Roller skating grow in Kenya from being a neighbourhood past time to being an organized competitive sport. The most active discipline is inline speed skating though some skaters are also interested in artistic, hockey and aggressive skating.

In 1997, KENYA CONFEDERATION OF ROLLER SKATING (KCRS), was registered as national federation with the relevant authorities to govern and develop this sport in the country, thanks to Philip Kiura and Jack Njoroge amongst others. Since then the organization has changed the name to ROLLER SPORT KENYA.


Speed skates donated by European Skaters have been give to the Kenyan skaters.

In 2002, Kenya hosted the South African Speed Skating team 2003 RSK again hosted the 5th African speed skating Championships
Roller Sport South Africa has truly been very instrumental in helping Kenya grow.

In July 2004, we had national championships and for the first time we had over a 100 skaters compete.

Many neighbourhoods now have organized skating clubs that we oversee as a federation. These include Shauri moyo, Gikomba/Majengo, Karen, Kawangware, Kangemi, Gachie and today we have about 8 schools that have kids skating clubs. We also have organized clubs in Mombasa and Eldoret towns


Development of Roller Skating in Kenya.

1.    Roller skating is yet to make its mark as a competitive sport in this country; like many other modern and upcoming sports, majority people have not yet recognized it as serious sport.
2.    Finance: skating is not a cheap sport especially in Africa where there is no shop where one can buy professional gears. With almost zero support from the relevant authorities it has been very hard to even have our talented skaters get exposure to the real skating world out there.
3.    Federation always try to make the sport competitive in Kenya, for a Kenyan skater, racing’ always means a flight ticket and lodging, to South Africa, Europe, United States or China.
4.    There is also a great need for professional coaching.
5.    Skating Rink: There isn’t any roller skating rink in Kenya. One day the skaters will have a place they can call their own. This will open many opportunities and facilitate the development of skating in Kenya.

FIRS-CIC is giving support to WICoach

Posted by admin | News | Posted on novembre 7th, 2007

christophe_audoire_and_president_marottaFIRS-CIC (Comité International Course) is giving support and recognition to the project of World Inline Coach Association.

Christophe Audoire and CIC president Roberto Marotta.
During presentation of the World Inline Coach project –Italy Oct 07.

The priority effort of the association in coordination of the FIRS-CIC will be in direction of the African countries.
Also Mediterranean countries will be a main focus for the “2009 Mediterranean games «where speed roller skating will be introduce as official sport. Several countries where speed skating needs to be organized in appropriate way to have a national team will get some help (training camps and organization of sport administration).