Champions’Hub. WBC pre-practice area in Boston

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Champions’Hub continues to support the barista competitors through a series of projects and services that aim to offer training to perfect their routines.

Also in Boston this year, we set up the pre-practice area, that will be held on April, 6-10th(8am-8pm). Champions’Hub has a reserved space at disposal for the baristas at Aloft Boston Seaport District (Element Boston Seaport District 401 – 403 D Street, Boston, MA 02210) to allow them to train the days before the championship.

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The world competition is more and more engaged, above all with a constantly increasing desire to deepen knowledge and improve skills. This is demonstrated by the many baristas from all over the world asking to participate in Champions’ Hub, where national barista champions and the entire community can get information, research and training on competition equipment. The program gives baristas more access to lectures with the big names in coffee, training and role playing.

The second edition in Jakarta from 4 to 6 March is sold out with several people on the waiting list. The choice of location has attracted many baristas from Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and China, but also professionals from Russia, Mexico, Turkey, Croatia and England.

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Coffee freshness is one of the core values of specialty coffee. But why is preserving the freshness so important? This is the topic prof. Samo Smrke will speak about during the next Champions’ Hub in Jakarta. We maybe strive to maximize coffee’s potential to keep its vibrancy as fresh as the day when roasted or we keep coffee fresh to ensure quality and consistency. For any reason that we want to keep coffee fresh, we must first understand the fundamentals freshness to apply them in our daily routine.

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February 4th is the deadline to register for the Champions’ Hub, the program created to give access to the entire barista community of relevant training information, research and practice on the competition equipment.

In the two-days agenda you can read important names of the coffee industry as Mike Young, who will introduce to the competition rules, what it is possible and what it is not admitted in the competition. Among the speakers there are two World Barista Champions: Hidenori Izaki, 2014 WBC Champion, will talk about the 10 most important things to know to win the WBC. Dale Harris, 2017 WBC Champion, will explain how he prepared his winning routine offering lots of tips to get ready for the competition.

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Get ready for Champions’ Hub, the platform providing national barista champions with new learning methods and offering information, researches and training with the competition equipment. This time Champions’ Hub has chosen Jakarta for its 2-day full immersion that will take place on March 4-6 2019, OPEN TO ALL BARISTAS.

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There is very little time left to register for the Champions’ Hub, the program created to give access of relevant training information, research and practice on the competition equipment to National Barista Champions.

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Victoria Arduino is pleased to present the Champions’ Hub program. It has been created to give access of relevant training information, research and practice on the competition equipment to National Barista Champions. The purpose is to make competition training more accessible to all participants. The first edition of the Champions’ Hub will be held in Italy at Simonelli Group factory, and all National Barista Champions are invited to attend.

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