Tania has spent the past 10 years working at the Swiss Olympic Medical Centre in Geneva, Switzerland and has had the opportunity and privilege of working alongside some of the world’s experts in movement, nutrition, athletic development and behavioural change.
For the past 2 years, she has teamed up with EMMY Award winning cinematographer, Keith Partridge, to film true stories that enable us to learn from the experience and expertise of our patients and athletes, and a diverse range of experts in health and human performance.
Starting at the IOC in 1998, he has been responsible for the OS programmes for coaches worldwide, e.g. technical courses for coaches managed in close collaboration with the International Federations, individual scholarships for coaches in various Universities and high level training centres, mid to long term projects of so called “Development of national sport system”.
He also managed programmes at continental level offered by OS in Africa and Europe, since January 2001 and in Oceania, Asia and America, from 1998 to the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.
Prior to working for the IOC Yassine worked as a physical education teacher and physical conditioning coach, especially in national league in ice hockey and in tennis. Yassine holds several Diplomas and Degrees in the areas of Sport and Physical Education, Psychology and Educational Sciences from the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He also did an Executive Master in Sports Management (MEMOS) and has been involved in several Summer and Winter Olympic Games.