Lenford G. Levy, IAAF RDC Director and Coach, took time out of his busy schedule, coaching and IAAF regional duties to attend one of The Bahamas' track and field events in New Providence.
"I am pleased to be here, seeing the support and turnout of athletes and supporters" said Levy at the Ninth Star Tracker's Track Classic, which was held on February 4, 2012 at the Thomas A. Robinson stadium.
"This is a great opportunity for me.
I am impressed with the level of participation which reminds me so much of home (in Jamaica) where the level of participation and competition is high in our sport"
Prior to this exclusive interview, Bahamas Athletics (www.bahamasathletics.com) observed how Levy
stood near the fence with intense gaze to get a closer view and feel of keen competition on the track.
These athletes expressed how pleased they were to accompany Levy
as well as to be able to compete in the track events.
noted that there is a problem, whereas, some coaches discourage athletes from working with other coaches, which discredits fellow coaches and is unethical.
"At the end of the day it is for the athletes to be in a comfortable environment and be able to maximize their potential.
There are different ways of achieving the same results, once the basic coaching principles are followed", he
A graduate of the Higher Institute of Physical Culture (ISCF) in Cuba, Coach Levy has always been an avid practitioner of sports, particularly athletics.
Prior to his appointment as Director of the IAAF RDC San Juan, Levy served as lecturer at G C Foster College of Physical Education & Sport in Jamaica and Sports Officer in the British Virgin Islands.