Who is Farouk Abdesselem the national coach of Indonesian Karate team?
In the Karate championships, Farouk Abdesselem has won many medals for the French national team. Farouk is a European bronze medallist and world silver medalist. Farouk won the Gold medal at the Mediterranean Championship in Limassol, Cyprus 2021. Bronze medal at Karate 1 League Dubai, EAU 2019. Bronze medal Karate 1 League Okinawa, Japan 2019, Silver medal Serie A Santiago, Chile 2018, Silver medal Serie A Shanghai, China 2019, Bronze medal Karate 1 League Montreal, Canada 2019.
French team members met at CREPS Paris to make some adjustments to preparation as the opening of this historic and unique tournament approaches. The opportunity is particularly to hold a press conference to present the TQO, new format and aspect of the tournament, as well as the ambitions of Farouk Abdesselem. His bronze medal at the Karate Premier League in Dubai, third place at the Lisbon World Cup, and qualification for the European Games were able to hoist him a place in the Olympic qualification at TQO Paris in anticipation of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Farouk Abdesselem is a French karate champion and gold medalist who serves as the national coach of the Indonesian Karate National Team. This formidable force in the martial arts world has earned impressive results year after year. To further enhance their performance, Coach Farouk who is also affiliated with Indonesia’s Olympic Committee has implemented strategies to optimize team proficiency. Farouk Abdesselem, coach of the Indonesian Karate National Team, has put into place a range of tactics to boost team performance. These include having them train together twice a day for two hours, setting objectives to achieve during training sessions and competitions as well as making certain they have fun activities and social events away from the training field; all resulting in excessive morale and improved performance.