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DE Turf Sports Complex
4000 Bay Rd
Frederica, DE 19963
DE Turf Sports Complex is the largest all-synthetic sports complex in the Mid-Atlantic conveniently located in Central Delaware, a short 30 miles from the Delaware’s beaches. Featuring 12 synthetic turf fields, 5 of which are lighted fields, and a championship field with seating for up to 700 spectators, this venue is a first-class sports destination venue to match the competition on its fields.
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This is a STAY TO PLAY tournament. All non-commuting teams participating in the tournament MUST make all hotel accommodations using our tournament housing services. Please do not call the hotels directly. Please book through the hotel reservation link below. We appreciate your support as these partnered hotels assist in sponsoring our event.
US Lacrosse is proud to partner with HBC Event Services, a travel/booking agency with a nationwide reputation for excellence in managing travel for sports events. HBC Event Services provides an easy way for you to book your hotel rooms with our partnered hotels at the best rates. These rates are lower than their best available rate and usually includes breakfast for your team. HBC Event Services guarantees that if the tournament is canceled due to weather, you will not be charged for any cancellation penalties that you may otherwise have been subject to if you made your reservation elsewhere. This guarantee applies only to reservations with confirmations that start with “ARN” unless otherwise noted in the cancellation policy.
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We appreciate your support as these partnered hotels assist in sponsoring our event.
Please call HBC Event Services at (505) 346-0522 and/or [email protected] if you have any questions and/or have any special hotel requests.
Whether you are interested in the pristine beach towns, or a tax-free shopping spree, Delaware serves as the hidden gem of the Mid-Atlantic. With plenty of outdoor and family-friendly activities, you are sure to enjoy your hard-earned vacation!
US Lacrosse Announces 2021 NTDP Process
The NTDP is a three-phase journey in one calendar year, starting with regional tryouts primarily held in conjunction with some of the top tournaments around the country. Following the regional tryouts, the top 150 boys and girls will be selected to attend national combines at US Lacrosse headquarters in August. The final phase will be 22-player teams named for the USA Select U16 and U18 squads that will participate in the Fall Classic in October.
The regional tryouts are one-day evaluations that last for two and a half hours. During these sessions, players will work hand-in-hand with U.S. national team coaches and players. US Lacrosse has created a standard, well-organized curriculum to be used at every regional tryout where players are evaluated and developed on both technical and tactical skills.
The curriculum for the regionals tryouts is fast-paced, focusing on position-specific, as well as team skills through a series of drills including competition in 1v1’s, 2v2’s, transition drills, and 6v6. Competition, drills, and playing situations are specifically designed to give the evaluators insight into the following areas where they will be rated: athleticism, stickwork, positional skill, game IQ, decision making and on-field presence.
For the regional tryouts, US Lacrosse has teamed up with five event operators — Adrenaline, NXT, PrimeTime, Summit Lacrosse Ventures and Trilogy Lacrosse — to host the tryouts in conjunction with scheduled tournaments.
“We are thrilled to be working with these best-in-class tournament operators to deliver the 2021 NTDP regional tryouts,” said Natalie Wills, senior manager of the National Team Development Program. “This year, we’re going to where the athletes are, and look forward to reaching as many USA hopefuls as possible this summer.”
Generally, the regional tryout will take place the day before the tournament begins. Players do not need to be participating in the tournament to attend the regional tryout. For individuals unable to attend a regional tryout location, there will be a virtual application process. That application process will open later this spring. Here’s the full list of regional tryout dates and locations:
|Friday||May 28||US Lacrosse National Tournament||Baltimore, Md||Women’s Only|
|Monday||June 7||US Lacrosse Headquarters Event||Sparks, Md.||Men’s Only|
|Tuesday||June 8||US Lacrosse Headquarters Event||Sparks, Md.||Women’s Only|
|Friday||June 11||Southern Invitational||Woodstock, Ga.|
|Friday||June 18||America’s Finest Rivalry||San Diego, Calif.||M&W|
|Friday||June 18||PrimeTime Shootout||Lancaster, Mass.||M&W|
|Thursday||June 24||The Radar Invitational||Hillsborough, N.
|Friday||June 25||Northstar Capital City Classic / Saratoga Lacrosse Shootout||Albany, N.Y.||M&W|
|Friday||June 25||MidAmerica Invitational||Westfield, Ind.||M&W|
|Friday||The Radar Invitational||Hillsborough, N.J.||Men’s Only|
|Monday||June 28||Long Island Tryout||Dix Hills, N.Y.||M&W|
|Tuesday||July 6||Platinum Cup||Frederica, Del.||Men’s Only|
|Friday||July 9||Western Shootout||Colorado Springs, Colo.||M&W|
Men’s Registration Links | Women’s Registration Links
To be eligible for the 2021 National Team Development Program, individuals must be born before August 31, 2007.
U18: The player must be born on or between September 1, 2002 and August 31, 2004.
U16: The player must be born on or between September 1, 2004 and August 31, 2007.
The Development Program is for high school athletes only.
*You must be enrolled in high school or 9th grade by the start of the 2021 academic school year to be eligible. If you are age-eligible, but still enrolled in middle school or 8th grade at the beginning of the 2021 academic school year, you are not eligible to participate this year.
**If you are enrolled in college at the start of the 2021 fall college semester, even if under the age of 18, you are not eligible to participate.
***Any age-eligible 2021s who are not enrolled in college by Fall of 2021 are welcome to apply as well.
The NTDP program held its first full season in 2019 and more than 1,300 of the nation’s top young players participated. The program was put on hold in 2020 due the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The NTDP program is supported by our partners, Cascade, Hudl, Maverik, NCSA and Squad Locker.
For more information about the NTDP, please visit:
US Lacrosse Cancels 2021 WCLA Championship Tournament
Due to safety and health concerns related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the strong likelihood that a limited number of teams will be in competition this spring, US Lacrosse has cancelled the 2021 WCLA National Championship Tournament, which was scheduled to be played in Virginia Beach, Va. from May 5-8. The cancellation decision was made unanimously by the WCLA’s leadership committee and US Lacrosse staff.
The WCLA (Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse Associates) is comprised of 230 non-varsity collegiate teams nationwide. The traditional spring season culminates annually with the Division I and Division II national championship tournaments, hosted by US Lacrosse.
Liz Holmes, chair of the WCLA’s leadership committee, provided some explanation for the decision.
“For most of this year, the WCLA leadership has been monitoring and discussing state, local, and university policies regarding practice, game, and travel restrictions for student activities. Unfortunately, COVID rates and hospitalization rates have dramatically increased all over the country, and many schools have instituted policies that restrict practices, travel, and large groups visiting campus. We fully support and will comply with all university guidelines. Based upon feedback from our league presidents, we do not foresee even 50 percent of our teams being able to play their seasons. Accordingly, plans and financial commitments for the 2021 US Lacrosse WCLA National Tournament have been cancelled. We all regret this, but see no benefit in delaying the decision that we think is inevitable.”
There were a number of safety factors involved in the decision, including the overall rise in cases nationally, players and teams located in states with high positivity rates, quarantine issues related to state-to-state travel, travel restrictions imposed by colleges and universities, and a limitation on the size of gatherings.
“In response to the continued uncertainty of spring conditions and in consideration for the safety of the student-athletes that make up the WCLA, this was a heartbreaking decision that the WCLA leadership made with great gravity,” said Caitlin Kelley, women’s lacrosse director at US Lacrosse. “We are saddened that these players will once again be impacted due to the pandemic, but we look forward to that time when we can all get back on the field.”
|Ultimate Events and Sports||Polar Challenge||Girls||02/15/2021||02/15/2021||Garnet Valley||PA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Carolina Event Management||Carolina Lacrosse Classic||Boys||06/05/2021||06/06/2021||Chapel Hill||NC||MS, Youth||Link|
Texas Lax Festival II
Boys and Girls
HS, MS, Youth
|NXTsports||Carolina Shootout||Boys||06/05/2021||06/06/2021||Lake Norman||NC||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
The Wild Card
HS, MS, Youth
HS, MS, Youth
|Thinklax Tournaments||Impulse Lax Fest||Girls||06/05/2021||06/06/2021||Parkton||MD||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|NXTsports||Summer Jam||Boys||06/12/2021||06/13/2021||Kennesaw||GA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|NXTsports||All-American||Girls||06/12/2021||06/13/2021||Downingtown||PA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||Platinum Cup||Boys||07/06/2021||07/07/2021||Frederica||DE||HS, MS||Link|
|STEPS Lacrosse||Lax by the Sea||Girls||06/05/2021||06/06/2021||New Egypt||NJ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top of the Bay Lacrosse||Summer Classic||Girls||06/05/2021||06/06/2021||Bel Air||MD||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Ultimate Events and Sports||The Fall Throwdown||Girls||11/21/2021||11/21/2021||Frederica||DE||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Thinklax Tournaments||Summer Genesis||Girls||06/19/2021||06/20/2021||Hershey||PA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|STEPS Lacrosse||Jersey Strong Showcase||Boys||06/29/2021||Madison||NJ||HS||Link|
|NXTsports||Meltdown||Boys||06/26/2021||06/27/2021||Downingtown||PA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Ultimate Events and Sports||The Surge||Girls||07/16/2021||07/18/2021||Frederica||DE||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||America’s Finest Rivalry||Boys and Girls||06/19/2021||06/20/2021||Temecula||CA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|STEPS Lacrosse||Live, Love, Lax||Boys||06/13/2021||06/13/2021||New Egypt||NJ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|STEPS, Top of the Bay, LI Elite Lacrosse||Live, Love, Lax||Girls||06/12/2021||06/13/2021||North East||MD||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Thinklax Tournaments||Lax Amplified||Girls||06/12/2021||06/13/2021||Hershey||PA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Ultimate Events and Sports||Project 120||Girls||06/19/2021||06/20/2021||West Chester||PA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|NXTsports||Blue Hen||Boys||06/19/2021||06/20/2021||Kirkwood||DE||MS, Youth||Link|
|NXTsports||Rippin’||Girls||06/12/2021||06/13/2021||Tampa||FL||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top of the Bay Lacrosse||Laxin Out Loud||Girls||06/26/2021||06/27/2021||Frederica||DE||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|STEPS Lacrosse||Lax for the Cure Youth||Girls||06/19/2021||06/20/2021||New Egypt||NJ||MS, Youth||Link|
|STEPS Lacrosse||Lax for the Cure High School||Girls||06/25/2021||06/27/2021||New Egypt||NJ||HS,||Link|
|Thinklax Tournaments||Midwestern War Games||Girls||06/26/2021||06/27/2021||Hudson||OH||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Bitter Lacrosse||Carolina Lax Festival||Boys and Girls||05/29/2021||05/30/2021||Florence||SC||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||Summer Invitational||Boys||06/23/2021||06/24/2021||Frederica||DE||HS, MS||Link|
|Corrigan Sports Enterprises||Under Armour All-America||Boys and Girls||07/31/2021||08/01/2021||Baltimore||MD||HS||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||Park City Showdown||Boys and Girls||06/24/2021||06/26/2021||Park City||UT||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|NXTsports||The Grail||Boys and Girls||06/26/2021||06/27/2021||Westfield||IN||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|STEPS Lacrosse||Nike G8||Girls||07/09/2021||07/11/2021||Morris Plains||NJ||HS, MS||Link|
|Ultimate Events and Sports||The Grind||Girls||07/09/2021||07/11/2021||Chester County||PA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top of the Bay Lacrosse||Capital City Lax Festival||Girls||07/10/2021||07/11/2021||Kirkwood||DE||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|NXTsports||NXT Cup||Boys||07/10/2021||07/11/2021||Conshohocken||PA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||Western Shootout||Boys||07/10/2021||07/11/2021||Colorado Springs||CO||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Lacrosse Monkey, LLC||STX Minnesota Shootout||Girls||TBA||Stillwater||MN||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Bitter Lacrosse||Stowe Lax Festival I||Boys and Girls||TBA||Stowe||VT||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Bitter Lacrosse||Stowe Lax Festival II||Boys and Girls||TBA||Stowe||VT||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||Tinseltown Throwdown||Boys||07/17/2021||07/18/2021||Irvine||CA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|NXTsports||The Crabcake||Girls||07/10/2021||07/11/2021||Northeast||MD||MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||Gold Cup||Boys||11/XX/2021||Frederica||DE||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
Broward Lacrosse Advantage, Inc.
Gold Coast Fall Shootout
Boys and Girls
HS, MS, Youth
|Top of the Bay||Fall Premier Showcase||Girls||10/30/2021||10/30/2021||Bel Air||MD||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Ultimate Events and Sports||The Fall Round’up||Girls||10/23/2021||10/24/2021||North East||MD||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|NXTsports||The Fall Classic||Girls||10/16/2021||10/17/2021||Downington||PA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Thinklax Tournaments||National Fall Lax Festival||Girls||10/23/2021||10/24/2021||Jarrettsville||MD||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||Emerald City Showdown||Boys||TBA||Tukwila||WA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|NXTsports||Fall Grand Prix||Boys & Girls||10/23/2021||10/24/2021||Westfield||IN||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
Ultimate Events and Sports
|STEPS, Top of the Bay, LI Elite Lacrosse||Live, Love Lax Girls Fall Event||Girls||TBA||New Egypt||NJ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Ultimate Events and Sports||Next Generation||Girls||11/07/2021||New Castle||DE||MS, Youth||Link|
|NXTsports||The Harvest Classic||Boys||11/06/2021||11/07/2021||West Chester||PA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top of the Bay||Lax Clash||Girls||11/07/2021||Bel Air||MD||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|STEPS Lacrosse||Lax for the Cure Fall||Girls||11/13/2021||11/14/2021||New Egypt||NJ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Carolina Event Management||The North Carolina LaxFest||Girls||10/23/2021||10/24/2021||Raleigh||NC||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Carolina Event Management||The North Carolina LaxFest||Boys||11/13/2021||11/14/2021||Raleigh||NC||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||OC Fall Brawl||Boys||03/06/2021||03/07/2021||Tucson||AZ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Bitter Lacrosse||Palmetto Lax Classic I||Boys and Girls||TBA||Charleston||SC||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||Blackjack Classic||Boys||01/16/2021||01/18/2021||Phoenix||AZ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Bitter Lacrosse||Texas Lax Festival I||Boys||TBA||Lockhart||TX||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||Sin City Shootout||Boys and Girls||01/16/2021||01/18/2021||Phoenix||AZ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||The Challenge||Boys||01/09/2021||01/10/2021||Phoenix||AZ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Adrenaline Lacrosse||The Challenge||Girls||02/13/2021||02/14/2021||Temecula||CA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Bitter Lacrosse||Florida Lax Festival||Boys||01/09/2021||01/10/2021||West Palm Beach||FL||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Summit Lacrosse Ventures||Power 7s||Boys||01/23/2021||01/23/2021||Albany||NY||HS, MS||Link|
|Summit Lacrosse Ventures||Northstar Capital City Winter Classic||Girls||01/24/2021||01/24/2021||Albany||NY||HS, MS||Link|
|Summit Lacrosse Ventures||Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Jamboree||Boys and Girls||06/05/2021||06/06/2021||Denver||CO||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Summit Lacrosse Ventures||Lake Tahoe Summit Classic||Boys and Girls||06/19/2021||06/20/2021||Lake Tahoe||CA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Summit Lacrosse Ventures||Northstar Capital City Classic||Girls||06/26/2021||06/27/2021||Albany||NY||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Summit Lacrosse Ventures||High Peaks Summit Classic||Boys||06/26/2021||06/27/2021||Lake Placid||NY||Adult||Link|
|Summit Lacrosse Ventures||Saratoga Lacrosse Shootout||Boys||06/26/2021||06/27/2021||Saratoga||NY||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Summit Lacrosse Ventures||Lake Placid Summit Youth Classic||Boys||06/28/2021||06/30/2021||Lake Placid||NY||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Summit Lacrosse Ventures||Lake Placid Summit Classic||Boys and Girls||08/02/2021||08/08/2021||Lake Placid||NY||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Summit Lacrosse Ventures||Shoot to Score||Boys & Girls||01/23/2021||Albany||NY||HS, MS||Link|
|Buku Events||Air Station Shootout||Boys and Girls||01/23/2021||01/24/2021||Irvine||CA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Buku Events||Battle by the Beach||Boys and Girls||06/19/2021||06/20/2021||Irvine||CA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Buku Events||Crush Challenge||Boys and Girls||02/06/2021||02/07/2021||Costa Mesa||CA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Buku Events||SoCal Summer Kickoff||Boys and Girls||06/12/2021||06/13/2021||Irvine||CA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Buku Events||War on the Shore||Boys and Girls||11/20/2021||11/21/2021||Lake Forest||CA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Beach Blast Lacrosse||Beach Blast Lax Tourney||Girls||06/25/2021||06/27/2021||Lewes||DE||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Florida Wish||Girls||11/13/2021||11/14/2021||Apopka||FL||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Merry Laxmas||Girls||12/04/2021||12/05/2021||Milton||GA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Southern Lacrosse Showcase||Girls||10/16/2021||10/17/2021||Bermuda Run||NC||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||The Knockout||Girls||11/06/2021||11/07/2021||Cumming||GA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Spring Blast Off||Girls||02/13/2021||02/14/2021||Davenport||FL||MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||March Laxness||Girls||03/20/2021||03/21/2021||Hillsborough||NJ||HS, MS||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Spring Club Play Day||Girls||04/11/2021||South Brunswick||NJ||HS, MS||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Jersey Jamboree||Girls||05/16/2021||South Brunswick||NJ||MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||The ATL Showcase||Girls||06/04/2021||Cumming||GA||HS, MS||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||The SAT||Girls||06/05/2021||06/06/2021||Cumming||GA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Carolina Clash||Girls||06/19/2021||06/20/2021||Rock Hill||SC||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Best of the Shore||Girls||06/26/2021||06/27/2021||Long Branch||NJ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Top Threat Individual Showcase||Girls||07/08/2021||Basking Ridge||NJ||HS, MS||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Top Threat Championships||Girls||07/09/2021||07/11/2021||Basking Ridge||NJ||HS, MS,||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Florida Wave||Girls||07/10/2021||07/11/2021||Flagler Beach||FL||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Turf Wars||Girls||07/17/2021||07/18/2021||Nashville||TN||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Halloween Invitational||Girls||10/24/2021||Milford||NJ||HS, MS||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Platinum Games||Girls||11/06/2021||11/07/2021||Flemington||NJ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Friday Night Lights||Girls||11/12/2021||Flemington||NJ||HS||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Fall Draw||Girls||11/13/2021||11/14/2021||Flemington||NJ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Top Threat Tournaments||Five Star||Girls||11/20/2021||11/21/2021||Flemington||NJ||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Wesley Chapel Athletic Association||Derek Pieper Memorial Cup||Boys and Girls||TBA||Wesley Chapel||FL||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Reno Huskies Lacrosse||High Sierra Shootout||Boys and Girls||TBA||Reno||CA||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|NC Fusion Triad Lacrosse||Triad Pumpkin Classic||Boys||11/20/2021||11/21/2021||Bermuda Run||NC||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|NC Fusion Triad Lacrosse||Freedom Cup Challenge||Boys||05/22/2021||05/23/2021||Bermuda Run||NC||HS, MS, Youth||Link|
|Corrigan Sports Enterprises||Future Champions||Boys||05/30/2021||05/31/2021||Hartford||CT||HS, MS||Link|
|Corrigan Sports Enterprises||District South Championship||Girls||06/05/2021||06/06/2021||Tampa||FL||HS, MS||Link|
|Corrigan Sports Enterprises||District East Championship||Girls||07/15/2021||07/18/2021||Conshohocken||PA||HS, MS||Link|
|Corrigan Sports Enterprises||District Central Championship||Girls||07/31/2021||08/01/2021||Rockford||IL||HS, MS||Link|
|Corrigan Sports Enterprises||National Cup||Girls||11/19/2021||11/21/2021||TBA||FL||HS, MS||Link|
|Corrigan Sports Enterprises||River City Challenge||Girls||06/18/2021||06/19/2021||Midlothian||VA||HS, MS||Link|
|Corrigan Sports Enterprises||Maryland Rivals Challange||Boys & Girls||04/10/2021||04/11/2021||TBA||HS||Link|
|Corrigan Sports Enterprises||Midwest Rivals Showdown||Boys & Girls||07/13/2021||07/14/2021||Schaumburg||IL||HS||Link|
|Corrigan Sports Enterprises||Lone Star Elite||Girls||09/18/2021||09/19/2021||Round Rock||TX||HS||Link|
The Club Lacrosse Nationals 2021 Powered by USCLUBLAX
Tournament Scheduling (Flights):
We encourage families to arrive days early to enjoy Disneyworld, Universal and all the magical area attractions. Please arrive to the Orlando airport no later than Friday by 1pm and leave Sunday after 5pm to be safe (the exact game times are posted above on this page). We will start games at 4pm earliest on Friday so most teams will play one game under the lights! In general, teams will play 1 game on Friday, 2 games Saturday and 2 games Sunday but that will change with odd divisions We will play most championships in the stadium Sunday back to back with youngest teams playing first so older teams will play well into the afternoon on Sunday. Again, try to book flights as late as possible on Sunday.
This schedule will allow for teams to see Disneyworld and enjoy Orlando. Every division will be ‘OPEN’ meaning we will not differentiate between B, A & AA teams.
Parking: Parking at the facility will cost $5 per day.
Special Features: USCLUBLAX! They will do a lot. Pre, during and post event complete social media coverage.
Championship Game Livestream on USCLUBLAX Youtube
Player Interviews after key games
Players to Watch Preview on Instagram
Game Match-Ups Preview Live on INstagram
All-Tournament Teams after event
Fastest Shot Radar Gun
Championship games will be played in the stadium and shown on USCLUBLAX Instagram LIVE through so family and friends will be able to watch it live from anywhere in the world!
Divisions of Play: We expect to have 7 age divisions crowing seven Club Nationals Champions! 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, 2027, 2028 & 2029.
$2,500/team for 1-2 teams
$2,300/team for 3-4 teams
$2,100/team for 5+ teams
Waiver & Rosters: Online Waivers HERE are REQUIRED by all Parents of every player! Please see the ‘Player Waiver’ link above and fill out. Waiver forms for all players are REQUIRED by 12/20. Parents will need to fill out the online form for each individual player. The waiver will serve as means to confirm age eligibility. Failure of a parent to do so may result in an entire team being disqualified. Rosters are required for all teams showing name, jersey # and grade and are to be submitted by Club Directors/Coaches before 12/10.
Retail Store & Food Vendors:
Vendors will set up with official tournament gear and apparel. There are two food concession stands on site. There will be retail tents for you to purchase all of your lax gear, accessories as well as the Official Tourney Tees and Shorts!
Champions Prizes & Awards:
Winning programs will be awarded a custom Team Plaque! Players on all winning teams will receive a custom Team Champion Medals. In addition, a Tournament MVP trophy award will be given to the player most deserving on the winning team right after the Championship Game. There will also be All-Tournament Teams post-event without award but with plenty of social media recognition from USCLUBLAX & MADLAX Media.
USL Qualifiers – Stay Up-To-Date On All Things Lacrosse
GET ON THE ROAD TO THE US LACROSSE YOUTH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS BY ATTENDING A QUALIFIER
Adrenaline Lacrosse is proud to announce a strategic partnership with US Lacrosse (USLacrosse.com), the national governing body of the sport. Standing together with top 16 event providers and tournament operators in the sport, Adrenaline is excited to have some of our marquee events as official qualifiers on the road to the newly revamped 2018 US Lacrosse National Championship. With the help and support of prominent event companies from around the country, the 2018 US Lacrosse Nationals will certainly rise to new levels and truly represent the best of youth lacrosse in what promises to be an amazing experience for participants. Only the top 16 teams nationally per age group (U14, U13, U12) qualify for the National Championship. See qualifiers below on how to start earning points!
Click here for the US Lacrosse Press Release on the partnerships.
The 2018 US Lacrosse Youth National Championships will be August 2nd-5th 2018 in Frederica Delaware. You can find more event info and a pilot scoring example here.
START EARNING POINTS THIS FALL
OFFICIAL POINT STRUCTURE FOR QUALIFICATION STANDINGS:
POOL PLAY WIN
POOL PLAY DRAW
PLAYOFF GAME WIN
REACHING THE FINAL
Additionally following US Lacrosse’s lead and recommendations for player safety, will begin the process of utilizing proper player segmentation and age verification when determining the youth divisions at events, thus ensuring fair play and safety for all involved. This will be a gradual process that we will work through carefully with our great partner programs who attend our events.
Contact [email protected] for more information on how to get your teams earning points and getting involved with the Adrenaline network of events!
2021 Tryout – The Pennsylvania Area Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association
US LACROSSE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT, 2021 PHILLY TEAM TRYOUTS
REGISTRATION WILL OPEN MONDAY, MARCH 22
April 25th – Initial Tryout, 8:00 a. m. – 5:00 p.m. at Rustin HS
First round of tryouts will be held from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. There will be a short break and then call-back players will be announced at 12:30 p.m. All other players will be dismissed. Call-back players will play in a second tryout from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. that same afternoon. The final roster will be announced via email the next day, April 26th. If you make a NT Philly Team, then you will need to pay an estimated $175 for uniforms and tournament fees. This payment link will be sent via email with your tryout notification/status. All players should plan on being available for the full day 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and remain on-site during the one hour lunch break.
May 2nd – Team Placements, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at Rustin HS
Players who make the final roster for National Tournament (announced via email after tryouts on Monday April 26th) must be available to attend a placement session on Sunday, May 2nd.
Drop out (non-injury or family emergency) policy: Any player dropping out after the selection process is complete will not be eligible for any PASLA nor US Lacrosse Honors and will not be able to try out the following year (the exception is a season ending injury or family emergency).
- Before tryouts, April 25th: Any players unable to compete in tryouts (due to injury, illness, or family emergency) after having registered will receive a $55 refund (CC/processing fee taken out)
- After tryouts, before placements, between April 26th & May 2nd: Any players who make NT but are unable to participate in placements due to an injury or COVID-related illness/exposure will not receive any type of refund and will automatically be placed on Team 4.
- After placements, before NT, between May 2nd & May 24th: Any players who are unable to compete in National Tournament after placements due to an injury or COVID-related illness/exposure will receive a refund of $95 (uniform & CC/processing fee taken out)
- After May 24th: No refunds will be given for any reason.
National Tournament will be held at Cedar Lane Regional Park in Bel Air, MD on May 29 & 30 over Memorial Day weekend. You must provide your own transportation and housing for the weekend.
Players trying out must be in High School (grades 9 – 11) Seniors (12th grade) cannot try out.
TRYOUT FEE is Non Refundable $60 – NO WALK UP REGISTRATIONS – LIMITED TO FIRST 200 GIRLS
All players must also register online at USL for the college coaches recruiting data base. All players must be members of US Lacrosse by April 1, 2021 prior to trying out and must provide proof of membership (#) on registration . To become a US Lacrosse member simply go online to www.uslacrosse.org . Memberships must be current through the date of the National Tournament (end of May 2021). New members may send the confirmation letter from US Lacrosse.
Lacrosse (from the French la crosse – club) – contact sports game between two teams, using a small rubber ball (62.8-64.77 mm, 140-146 g) and a long-handled stick called a stick ( English lacrosse stick or French crosse). Lacrosse is often considered a tough contact sport, but injuries are much less common than in American football and other contact sports. The top of the club is braided with a loose mesh designed to catch and hold the ball.The object of the game is to throw the ball into the opponent’s goal using your club to catch, control and pass the ball. The task of the defense is to prevent a goal from being scored and to get the ball with a stick, contact fight or correct position on the field. There are four positions in the game: midfielder, attacker, defender, goalkeeper. In field lacrosse, the attackers only attack (except for the “ride” situation, when the defense tries to get the ball out and the attackers try to prevent them), the defenders only defend (except for the “clear” situation, when they need to get the ball out), the goalkeeper is the last As a defensive line directly defending the goal, midfielders can be in any part of the field and play both defensively and attacking, although at a high level of play there is always a specialization between the defending and attacking midfielder.
History of appearancePrototype of lyacross. Lithograph of the first half of the 19th century Team Winnipeg Shamrocks, Olympic champions in lyacross in 1904
The game was invented by the American Indians, who used it to train warriors and peacefully resolve conflicts between tribes. According to archaeological research, the prototype of lyacross was known in the territory of modern Canada at the beginning of the 15th century. Teams at that time often consisted of several hundred people, and the length of the field for the game ranged from several hundred meters to several kilometers.
European settlers got acquainted with this game in the 17th century, and by the beginning of the 19th century it began to gain popularity among the French population of Canada. The first official lacrosse match took place in Canada in 1867.
Lacrosse was twice included in the program of the Summer Olympic Games – in 1904 and 1908, and was also an exhibition sport at the 1928, 1932 and 1948 Olympics.
The game involves two teams that try to hit the opponent’s goal with a rubber ball (62.8-64.77 mm, 140-147 g) using a special stick called a stick.A net is attached to the top of the club, called the head, so that the player can catch and hold the ball in it. The main goal of the game for the attackers is to throw the ball into the opponent’s goal. To do this, players pass passes and use a dribble. The main goal of the defenders is to prevent a goal from the opposing team. To do this, they can kick the ball with a club or push the player into the body. The team consists of four types of players: striker, midfielder, defender, goalkeeper. As a rule, in lacrosse, forwards play only in the zone near the opponent’s goal, defenders only in the zone near their goal, and midfielders can be located in any zone and play as forwards or as defenders.In high-level teams, midfielders are attackers (they play mainly during the attack of their team) and defenders (they play mainly during the attack of the opposing team).
Variants of the game
Currently, there are several varieties of lyacross, differing in the size of the field, the number of players and the rules. There are four main varieties: lacrosse in the field ( on the grass or simply lacrosse ), “lacrosse in a box”, intercross, polocross. Since 1967, the men’s world championships in lyacross on the grass have been held, in which teams from various countries, as well as the Iroquois Indian tribe (since 1990), take part.
There are more than three dozen national lyacross federations in the world. Most of them are located in Europe and were created in the last decade of the 20th century, but the USA and Canada remain the leading countries, where lyacrosse is very popular.
Lacrosse in Canada
In Canada, the game is a national summer sport. The Canadian Lacrosse Association was founded in 1867 and is the oldest in the world. Each year, there is an indoor lacrosse championship for adults and youth, in two divisions each, as well as a three-division outdoor lacrosse championship.
- Lacrosse in a box
- Mann Cup Senior “A” – held since 1901, the trophy is made of pure gold and costs about 25 thousand dollars.
- Presidents Cup Senior “B”
- Minto Cup Junior “A”
- Founders Cup Junior “B”
- Open Lacrosse
- Ross Cup Senior Division I (since 1984)
- Victory Trophy Senior Division II ( since 1985)
- Baggataway Cup University
Lacrosse in the USA
In the USA, the sport is represented by the professional lacrosse league – Major League Lacrosse.Lacrosse is also one of the official sports of the National University Sports Association. The championship of the first division includes 88 varsity teams, the second division – 46 teams and the third division – 208 teams.
Internationally, the United States is represented by the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams, as well as the youth teams under 19. In addition, the Iroquois Nationals, representing the confederation of the Iroquois tribes of the United States and Canada, take part in international competitions.
Lacrosse in Russia
In Russia (as of February 2020) there are three teams in the following cities:
- Moscow (Moscow Lacrosse Club)
- St. Petersburg (“White Knights”)
- Yaroslavl (Golden Ring Warriors)
Lacrosse in other countries
Small communities of lacrosse have long existed in England and Australia. Starting in the 1990s, other national lacrosse associations began to appear, which now exist in two dozen European countries, in New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, etc.e. All of them are united in an international federation, with the exception of independent associations in India and China.
90,000 International lacrosse tournament was held in Ventspils
17.08.2017, 09:00 / Photo: Juris Presņikovs
The Latvian men’s national lacrosse team is holding a training camp in Ventspils from 12 to 16 August, after which the international lacrosse tournament Ventspils Lacrosse Open 2017 will take place on 19 and 20 August with the participation of the national teams of Latvia, Norway and the Netherlands.This will be the first of its kind in Ventspils lacrosse tournament and fans will be able to see exciting and fast paced lacrosse. It should be noted that this is the second time the three teams have met in Oslo last year.
On August 19, the first day of the tournament, the opening ceremony will take place at 11:00, and at 11:30 the first match against the Netherlands national team will be played. On the same day, the Latvian national team will play another game against the Norwegian team.The match starts at 17:00.
The last game of the tournament between the national teams of Norway and Holland will take place on August 20. The match starts at 9:30.
The Latvian national team arrived in Ventspils on 12 August when the training camp began. This time, Ventspils is hosting a selection camp for the Latvian national lacrosse team for the 2018 World Cup, which will be held in Netanya, Israel. The best lacrosse players in Latvia train at the football stadium on Katolu Street. This will be a special camp because for the first time the new head coach Max Silberlicht is at the helm of the Latvian national team.The American specialist is assisted by Latvian trainers Krisjanis Wolf and Kristaps Latsis, as well as physiotherapist Edgars Dzerve.
A total of 41 candidates participate in the camp. 36 players represent Latvian clubs – Druvas Dynamite, Archer Lacrosse, LK Mītava and Riga Griffins, and 5 players are from the USA. 22 candidates will compete for the opportunity to represent their national team colors for the first time on the scale of the World Cup, but 2 players Gatis Zeps (Druvas Dynamite) and Miks Stabulnieks (Archer Lacrosse) will compete for the opportunity to represent the Latvian national team at the World Cup for the 5th time in a row.For the first time both players took a place in the Latvian national team at the 2006 World Cup.
At the 2014 World Championship, the Latvian men’s team took 19th place, and at the 2016 European Championship – 9th place.
For the first time in Latvia, lacrosse appeared in 1992 as a form of lacrosse – intercross. The first lacrosse trainings took place in the summer of 2002, a year later regular lacrosse trainings began in many cities of Latvia.
The development of lacrosse and intercross in Latvia is coordinated by the Latvian Lacrosse Federation, which popularizes the game of lacrosse on a Latvian scale, organizes the Latvian lacrosse championship and international friendly matches, holds tournaments, camps, training of referees, as well as organizes, trains and ensures the participation of the Latvian national team in the championships. World and European Lacrosse Championships since 2002, when the Latvian national team debuted in the European Starter Championship.
The competition is held with the financial support of the Ventspils City Municipality!90,000 50 Easy Sports Quiz Questions and Answers (2021 Quiz)
Test yourself with these Easy Sports Quiz Questions and Answers! From football to Formula 1 – find out if you know your simple sports trivia right now!
I would call myself a boy. I grew up doing athletics, cricket, football, rugby.Basically, I would go in for any sport that I could do.
Even though I don’t play as much as I used to, I am still totally obsessed with all sports. The first thing I do every morning is check the sports news, and whenever a game is shown on TV, even if it is something like closed bowls, I can’t help but watch it.
I know I’m describing a typical guy here, so I thought it would be fun to come up with some simple sports quiz questions and answers to test you.These are the types of questions that you should know right away without looking for answers. Either way, this is hope!
It’s time to put yourself to the test in my sports quiz
I really hope you enjoy this easy sports quiz that has questions about football, formula 1, fencing and everything else. I also thought this might be an easy sports quiz for kids, so maybe this is a fun quiz you can have with the little ones?
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It’s time to ask! Good luck to all!
50 simple questions of the sports quiz
1. What kind of sport is called a “beautiful game”?
2. Which country won the first ever FIFA World Cup?
3. How many standard strokes are there in swimming?
4. What is the total distance of the marathon?
5.How many gold medals did Usain Bolt win?
6. What is his world record for 100 meters?
7. What are the five colors of the Olympic rings?
8. What was the real name of Muhammad Ali?
9. What sport can only be played on the moon?
10. How many NBA championships has Michael Jordan won with the Chicago Bulls?
11. Who has won more Grand Slam titles – Venus Williams or Serena Williams?
12. Which country won the first ever Rugby World Cup?
13.In what sport can competitors use the equipment known as the foil?
14. In what sport do teams compete for the Stanley Cup?
15. What sport do the Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox play?
16. Which international rugby teams are known as Puma?
17. Who is the Premier League’s top scorer?
18. On which course is the Masters golf tournament held?
19. At which Olympic Games did Kelly Holmes win two gold medals?
20.What is the maximum break you can score in snooker?
21. What kind of sport includes pull-ups and rations?
22. What is the national sport in Canada? How many of you have hockey on that score?
23. In football, which team has won the most Champions League (formerly the European Cup)?
24. Which Formula 1 driver has won the most races in the history of this sport?
25. In what sport are the net, racket and shuttlecock used?
26.How many players are on a rugby league team?
27. Which two teams play in El Clásico?
28. Who won the last cricket world championship?
29. What name does Tyson Fury call himself?
30. Where did Formula 1 legend Ayrton Senna come from?
Easy Sports Quiz: Picture Round
So, how many questions in the Sports Quiz did you answer correctly? Did this seem pretty easy to you, or did you get thrown into a few questions?
Okay, time for answers.I really hope you have more than 50%!
Easy sports quiz: questions and answers
1. What kind of sport is called “beautiful game”? Everyone counts football (football for you Americans) to make the game beautiful. If you play like the Spanish Titi-taka, who has won two European Championships and one World Cup in a row, it’s easy to see why.
2. Which country won the first ever FIFA World Cup? The first ever FIFA World Cup was held in 1930.in Uruguay In South America. They won the final, beating Argentina 4-2, so Uruguay were the first winners.
3. How many standard strokes are there in swimming? Four . Backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly and freestyle
4. What is the total distance for the marathon? This is 26.2 miles , or 42.16 km . In principle, a very, very long way! You can read more about the history of the Marathon. Here.
5. How many gold medals did Usain Bolt win? Usain Bolt won 8 gold medals making him the most successful sprinter in history.He was stripped of one gold medal after Nesta Carter tested positive for a banned substance in the 100m relay at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
6. What is his world record for 100 meters? Bolt’s world record is fastest 9.58 seconds ! I don’t know if it will ever be beaten?
7. What are the five colors of the Olympic rings? Blue, black, green, red and yellow.
8. What is the real name of Muhammad Ali? it was Cassius Clay .He was known as Muhammad Ali after he converted to Islam in 1961.
9. What sport can only be played on the moon? Golf ! Alan Bartlett Shepard, NASA astronaut, famous for hiding golf at Apollo 14 and playing golf on the moon.
10. How many NBA championships has Michael Jordan won with the Chicago Bulls? 6 . The Chicago Bulls were considered one of the best sports teams in any sport in the 1990s.
11. Who has won more Grand Slam titles – Venus Williams or Serena Williams? Serena is! She won 23 Grand Slam tournaments, while Venus only 7.
12. Which country won the first ever Rugby World Cup? New Zealand won the first Rugby World Cup in 1987. They won the cup two more times – in 2011 and 2015.
13. In what sport will the competitors use the equipment known as the foil? Fencing .
14. In what sport do teams compete for the Stanley Cup? Men’s Hockey .
15. What sport do the Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox play? Baseball.
16. Which international rugby teams are known as Puma? It is Argentina .
17. Who is the Premier League’s top scorer? Shirerrrrrrrrrrrr. Alan Shearer has scored 260 Premier League goals.
18. On which course is the Masters golf tournament held? Augusta National Golf Club which is located in Georgia, USA.
19. At which Olympic Games did Kelly Holmes win two gold medals? Olympic Games Sydney 2000.
20. What is the maximum break you can score in snooker? The maximum break is 147 . This will shove all 15 reds, then blacks on each, and then all the remaining colors.
21. What kind of sport includes pull-ups and rations? Diving
22. What is Canada’s national sport? How many of you have hockey on that score? It’s actually lacrosse which even surprised me! Here’s a trick question!
23.In football, which team has won the most Champions League (formerly the European Cup)? Real Madrid won the Champions League 13 times.
24. Which Formula 1 driver has won the most races in the history of this sport? Lewis Hamilton recently broke Michael Schumacher’s record with 92 race victories in his career.
25. In what sport are the net, racket and shuttlecock used? Badminton .
26. How many players are on a rugby league team? Unlike rugby union, which has 15 players per team, there are only 13 players in the rugby league.
27. Which two teams play in El Clásico? This is one of the biggest football rivals in the world. Barcelona and Real Madrid .
28. Who won the last cricket world championship? England defeated New Zealand in 2019.
29. What name does Tyson Fury call himself? He is known as Gypsy King .
30. Where did Formula 1 legend Ayrton Senna come from? Brazil, the place where he is still revered.
Sports photo round answers
1. Simona Biles
2. Johnny Wilkson
3. Martina Navratilova
5. Rhonda Rousey
6. SachinTendulkar Megan Rapino
8. Fernando Alonso
9. Naomi Osaka
10. Michael Jordan
Name the year:
1. “Hand of God” Diego Maradona in 1986 World Cup.
2. Usain Bolt won his first gold medal at at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
3. Battle in the Jungle between Ali and George Foreman in 1974 .
4. England again infamously won Ashes in Australia in 2005 .
5. England won the FIFA World Cup 1966 .
6. Ian Poulter helps Europe win the Ryder Cup, dubbed Miracle in Medina ‘in 2012..
7. Andy Murray won Wimbledon for the first time in history. 2013 .
8. Tiger Woods won his first major tournament in Augusta in 1997 .
9. Agueroooooo winning the Manchester City title with almost the final blow of the season in 2012 .
10. Ben Stokes kneeling at the 2019 Cricket World Cup which England won.
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The Russian national team lost to the US team at the junior world ice hockey championship – Sports
OSTRAVA / Czech Republic /, December 29./ TASS /. Russian hockey players lost to the Americans with a score of 1: 3 in the match of the third round of the group stage of the IIHF World Championship among players under 20 years old. The match took place at the arena in Czech Ostrava in the presence of 8693 spectators.
As part of the Russian national team, the puck was scored by Alexander Romanov (44th minute). For the Americans, a double was made by a native of Tashkent, Artur Kaliev (37, 42), another goal was scored by Nicholas Robertson (37). The Americans scored the first and second goals with a difference of 6 seconds.Romanov was recognized as the best player in the Russian national team, in the US team – goalkeeper Spencer Knight, who reflected 25 of 26 shots.
American striker Trevor Zegras made two assists, on his account 7 (0 + 7) points in the tournament, he shares the first place in the list of scorers with the Finn Patrick Puistola (4 + 3). At the end of the first period, the defender of the Russian national team Daniil Misul received minor and disciplinary fines (2 + 10) for a dangerous blow to the opponent’s head.
Amir Miftakhov appeared at the gates of the Russian national team from the first minutes, his dry streak, stretching over three tournament matches, was 115 minutes 48 seconds.In the second match against the team of Canada (6: 0), he did not concede a single goal, and in the first match of the tournament against the Czech national team (3: 4) he went on the ice instead of Yaroslav Askarov after the second period and managed to keep the goal intact. After the third conceded puck in the match with the Americans, Miftakhov was replaced by Askarov.
The Russian national team cannot beat the US team in the World Youth Championship five matches in a row, the last time the Russians were stronger than the Americans in the semifinals of the 2016 tournament (2: 1), then Valery Bragin’s team in the final lost to the Finns in overtime (3: 4) …The teams played the 21st match in the youth world championships, the Russian hockey players have 11 victories, the Americans won ten matches.
Two washers in 6 seconds
The Russian national team won a historic victory over the Canadian team with a score of 6: 0 the day before, inflicting the biggest defeat on the founders of hockey in the history of the youth world championships. American hockey players were resting at this time. The players of the Russian national team, who went on the ice on Saturday, did not carry out their morning rolling.The Americans, on the other hand, trained in full force.
Nevertheless, in the morning there was a slight nervousness in the ranks of the rivals. The press service of the US national team allowed reporters to be present at the training session only for the first 15 minutes, and the head coach of the Americans was not allowed to ask Russian journalists a single question. Before the start of the meeting, all five teams in the group had three points each. Hockey players and coaches of both teams complimented the opponents and agreed that the outcome of the meeting would be determined by the winner of the group, who was guaranteed to stay for the quarterfinals in Ostrava.
For the first time since the beginning of the tournament, the Russian fans in the stands were not in the minority – the spectators, who filled the arena to capacity, supported both teams equally. Unlike the game with the Canadians, the Russian team did not manage to immediately take the initiative into their own hands, and the first period passed in an equal struggle with a small territorial advantage of the Americans. None of the teams managed to open an account thanks to the excellent game of goalkeepers.
Despite this, the audience liked the game, they greeted a large number of moments with applause.The first goal happened in the 17th minute of the second period – the majority was realized by Kaliev. Already after 6 seconds, the US national team increased the lead – after Miftakhov’s mistake, Nicholas Robertson scored.
The third period began with a quick goal from the Americans, and again Miftakhov did not act in the best way – Kaliev scored a double. After a missed puck, the starting goalkeeper of the Russian national team was replaced by Askarov. Russian hockey players, after a beautiful combination, soon managed to break through Spencer Knight – defender Romanov succeeded in a good click.The abandoned puck cheered up the Russians, who created a few more dangerous moments on emotions, but until the end of the meeting they did not manage to hit the opponent’s goal anymore.
In the 59th minute, the US national team forward Parker Ford used a rough forceful technique against the Russian forward Alexander Khovanov, after which a fight broke out on the ice, as a result of which the Russian and US teams received a mutual removal, in addition, Ford was sent off.
Who is Kaliev
The author of two goals against the Russian national team, Artur Kaliev, is 18 years old, he was born in Uzbekistan, but at an early age he moved to North America.
Kaliev was selected in the second round under the overall 33rd overall pick in the 2019 National Hockey League (NHL) Draft by Los Angeles. He became the first player of Uzbek origin to be drafted by an NHL club.
The player spends his third season with the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) Hamilton Bulldogs, having played 67 regular season games for the club last season, scoring 102 points (51 + 51), becoming the league’s fourth scorer. In the 2017/18 season, Kaliev became the OHL champion with Hamilton, having played 68 matches in the regular season and scored 48 points (31 + 17) in the regular season, in the playoffs he had 11 points (3 + 8) in 21 matches.
Experts highlight Kaliev’s strong and accurate throw, comparing him with the best players in the world in this aspect – Alexander Ovechkin and Finn Patrick Laine.
Kaliev has played 33 games for Hamilton this season and scored 62 points (31 goals, 31 assists), scoring a lacrosse goal in one of the games. The only hockey player who succeeded in this trick in the NHL is 19-year-old Russian Andrei Svechnikov. In the current season, he has already two such goals.
In Group B of the World Youth Championship, the Americans are leading with 6 points in three matches, the national teams of Russia (three matches), Germany, the Czech Republic and Canada (two matches) each by 3 points.
Four teams from two groups will advance to the World Cup playoffs. The teams of group B have four matches left: on Monday, the Canadians will play with the Germans, the Americans – with the Czechs, on Tuesday the Russian national team will meet with the German national team, the Canadian team – with the Czech Republic.
In case of defeat by the German national team in regulation time, the Russian team will become the fifth in the group and will not make it to the playoffs, provided that the points are equal with the Czech team (the first indicator when ranking teams with an equal number of points is the result of a head-to-head meeting).In case of equality of points with the Canadian team, the Russians will take fourth place.
Earlier on Sunday, the Finnish national team outplayed the Kazakhstan team with a score of 7: 1 in the Group A match, after this game the Kazakhs lost their chances of reaching the playoffs, the national teams of Finland, Sweden, Switzerland and Slovakia advanced to the quarterfinal stage of the tournament ahead of schedule. The teams that will take fifth places (Kazakhstan team in Group A) will play a series of up to two wins (January 2, 4 and 5), the loser will leave the elite division of the World Youth Championship.His place in the next tournament will be taken by the Austrian national team, which won the competition of the first division in group A.
World Youth Championship will end on January 5, 2020, the current winner of the tournament is the national team of Finland.
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XIV SUMMER OLYMPIC STATE UNIVERSITY PLAYING CULTURE 9000
XIV Summer Olympic Games were held from July 29 – August 14, 1948 in London (Great Britain).
In fact, they were only eleventh in a row, but they were assigned a higher serial number – due to the cancellation of the Games in 1916 (due to the First World War), 1940 and 1944 (due to the Second World War).
The war that broke out three years after the 1936 Berlin Olympics was a long and bloody war. It seemed that the revival of the Olympic Games was almost impossible. The Olympic flame has not been lit for twelve years. But as soon as peace was concluded, the International Olympic Committee immediately decided to hold the Olympics.There were fears that the revival of the Olympic Games was impossible due to the hatred between the peoples caused by the bloody war.
In August 1945, Acting President of the International Olympic Committee, Johannes Siegfried Edström, convened in London the first post-war meeting of the Executive Committee of the International Olympic Committee. At the beginning of September 1946, the 40th session of the International Olympic Committee took place in Lausanne, the participants of which expressed their gratitude to Johannes Siegfried Edstrom for his tremendous work during the war, which allowed to preserve the Olympic movement.At the same session of the International Olympic Committee, Johannes Siegfried Edstrom was unanimously elected President of the International Olympic Committee.
In June 1939, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) awarded the 1944 Summer Olympics to London, ahead of Rome, Detroit, Budapest, Lausanne, Helsinki, Montreal and Athens. However, due to World War II, the games were canceled. In 1948, London filed an application on the initiative of King George VI. Despite the objections of the British and calls to give the right to host the Games to any city from the United States, since it turned out that back in 1945, the British promised the United States the right to host the Games as a sign of respect for their American ally.King George the Sixth intervened, announcing that the games should be held in his country. Fortunately, they are the first in this honorable line, the king said that they would be an excellent chance to rebuild the war-torn Great Britain.
In 1946, an additional vote was held, which had already finally decided the issue. London was ahead of Lausanne and three American cities: Baltimore, Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Philadelphia. In a word, everything turned out correctly and with dignity from the point of view of the triumph of one of the victors in the war – Great Britain.
Thus, these games were the second for London. London previously hosted the 1908 Summer Olympics.
Organization of the Games
Neither the scope, nor the scale, nor the costs, nor other delights of the game of 1948 were noted. The city was badly destroyed and lived under austerity. Even the consent of the British government to host the 1948 Games caused some discontent among the city’s population.In the late 40s. in Great Britain, the regime of the strictest economy reigned: the restoration of cities, and especially London, which was badly damaged by fascist bombs, was far from over. The difficult economic and political situation in the first post-war years in the world overshadowed the events associated with the London Olympics. During the Games, food, gasoline and buildings were still subject to the rationing introduced during the war in Britain; because of this, the 1948 Olympics became known as the “Austerity Games” or “Hard Games”.Athletes were given the same increased diet as dockers and miners – 5467 calories per day instead of the usual 2600.
The first publications in the London Times about the forthcoming Games appeared on July 6, 1948; just 23 days before their opening.
Still, the Olympic Games took place. The authorities of the United Kingdom, and the London City Council, did everything possible to ensure that the Olympic Games in London in 1948 were held at a decent level, smoothly and accurately, aroused great interest in the world, and the Olympic Movement proved that it managed to survive after the world conflict.The budget for the London Olympics was only £ 70,000. Not a single new sports facility was built. For the first time, they refused to build an Olympic village for athletes to live. The construction of the Olympic Village was deemed too expensive and the athletes were housed in the existing accommodation. Male participants stayed at RAF camps in Uxbridge and West Drayton and at the Army camp in Richmond Park. Women are in London colleges. This, oddly enough, asceticism and Spartan conditions gave more importance to the sports component of games.
The program of the Olympics did not differ much from the program of the 1936 Games. Only handball competitions were not held, for the first time women participated in rowing competitions.
However, there were also innovations at the games:
– Olympic pictograms are presented. There were twenty of them – one for each Olympic sport and three separate pictograms for the arts competition, opening ceremony and closing ceremony.They were called “Olympic symbols” and were meant to be used on tickets. The background of each pictogram resembled a shield. Olympic pictograms reappeared 16 years later and were used in all subsequent Summer Olympics;
– scientific and technological progress – the competition was broadcast on national television;
– the help of volunteers was used in organizing and conducting the games;
– For the first time in the history of running disciplines, athletes took a start from special starting blocks.
Participants of the Olympiad
4099 athletes (including 385 women) from 59 countries took part in the Games.
Germany and Japan were recognized as aggressor countries, through whose fault the Second World War was unleashed. The IOC decided not to invite teams from these countries to participate in the 1948 London Olympics
Italy, a member of the Berlin-Rome-Tokyo alliance, received the right to send its delegation, since the fascist regime of Mussolini was overthrown before the end of the Second World War.
The Soviet Union received an invitation, but it was rejected, mainly due to the difficult financial situation of the country in the post-war period, and the lack of opportunities for full-fledged training.
For the first time, athletes from Burma, Venezuela, Guiana, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Syria, Trinidad, Ceylon, Jamaica, South Korea participated in the Olympics to the North and South parts).The team of the Republic of China, in fact, represented the national team of Taiwan. Athletes from mainland China
did not participate in the London 1948 Olympics. Attempts by the State of Israel to compete at the Games of the London Olympics in 1948 caused a threat of a boycott from the Arab countries and Israeli athletes were not allowed to participate in the Games.
Grand opening of the Games of the XIV Olympiad
Opening of the Olympic Games
The opening ceremony of the 1948 London Olympics took place at the famous Wembley Stadium on 29 July.More than 85 thousand spectators attended. The ceremony began with a solemn performance by a military orchestra. The main representatives of the delegations of the participating countries, King George VI, his wife Queen Elizabeth, the mother of the monarch Queen Mary and other members of the British royal family, arrived at the stadium. The parade of the participating countries began. By tradition, the Greek national team was the first, and the host country team (Great Britain) finished the procession. Lord Burley, the initiator of London’s bid for the 1948 Games, began the opening address.The king said in his speech: “The hour has struck. A dream that was previously only a vision has now become a glorious reality. By 1945, when the world conflict ended, many institutions and organizations collapsed and only the strongest survived. How many wondered how the great Olympic movement managed to survive? ”
At 16:00, Big Ben’s bell solemnly struck, and George VI declared the games open. Two and a half thousand pigeons were released into the sky, and the Olympic flag was raised to a height of 11 meters.The Royal Mounted Artillery fired a volley of 21 guns, and torchbearer John Mark, having completed a circle of honor around the stadium, lit the Olympic flame.
The Oath of Athletes was taken by Donald Finlay, Lieutenant Colonel of the RAF (Wing Commander). All spectators in the stadium and athletes sang the Great Britain anthem.
136 sets of medals were played in 17 sports.
Olympic Games in London 1948 were called “harsh” not even in connection with the difficult economic situation in post-war Europe, but with the harsh climatic conditions in which the competition took place.The sweltering heat was often replaced by torrential rains, when, for example, athletes had to run literally knee-deep in water.
Performing at Wembley Stadium was challenging. The fact is that it was then intended for dog racing and football. There was a big pothole in one corner of the treadmill. Many athletes stumbled here, and some were injured.
The London Olympics were not outstanding in terms of athletic performance. The war ruined so many young talented people that there was nowhere to expect a large influx of worthy athletes.And yet, during the competition, four world records were set: one each in athletics and shooting and two in weightlifting. Several Olympic records have also been updated. For male track and field athletes, for example, ten out of twenty-four, and for women, six out of nine. The sailing position was more favorable. Men have updated four records out of six, and women – five out of five. Weightlifters of all weight categories have made amendments to the Olympic record tables.
This Olympic Games was the last time that artistic competitions were considered Olympic events.
Basketball became a medal sport for the second time, appearing as an indoor competition for the first time after bad weather prevented matches at the 1936 Berlin Games. The competition, intended only for men, was attended by 23 countries, divided into four groups for the preliminary round; the top two in each pool advanced to the quarterfinals, while the rest of the teams advanced to the playoffs for secondary places. The US and France advanced to the final, in which Americans 65-21 won the gold medal.This is the second of seven consecutive US gold medals in men’s and women’s Olympic basketball. Brazil defeated Mexico 52–47 to win bronze.
Eight different classifications competed, ranging from the lightest weight for boxers under 51 kg to the super heavy weight for boxers over 80 kg. South Africa, Argentina and Hungary have each won two gold medals.
Nine events were played, eight for men and one for women.This was the first time a women’s kayak competition was ever held at the Olympic Games. Sweden won four gold medals (two from Gert Fredriksson) and Czechoslovakia three.
Six events were played – two road cycling events and four track cycling events. We did not participate in cycling competitions among women. France won three gold medals, Italy two, and Britain five medals, but none of them were gold.
Four types of diving were played: two for men and two for women. The International Olympic Committee designated these events as 3m Springboard and 10m Springboard, but in the Official Record of 1948 they were listed as Ski Jumping and Highboard Jumping, respectively. All four gold medals and 10 of the 12 awarded in total were won by the United States. Victoria Manalo Draves, who won both gold medals in the women’s competition, and Sammy Lee, to win gold and bronze in the men’s competition, became the first Asian Americans to win gold medals at the Olympic Games.
Six gold medals have been awarded in equestrian sports, individual and team dressage, individual and team eventing, individual and team show jumping. Harry Llewellyn and Foxhunter, who claimed the gold medal in Helsinki, won bronze in the team jumping.
Seven competitions were played, six for men and one for women. Ilona Elek, the winner of the women’s foil competition in Berlin, was one of two athletes to successfully defend her Olympic title in London.Elek’s sister, Margit, finished sixth in the same tournament. Edoardo Mangiarotti won three medals, two silver and a bronze, having previously won a gold medal at the 1936 Games. During his career, the Italian has won 13 Olympic medals in fencing and 27 medals at the World Championships, both of which remain a record.
Thirteen countries have competed in field hockey. The tournament was ultimately won by India, which defeated Britain and won the country’s first gold medal as an independent nation under the command of Captain Kishan Lal and Vice Captain Kunwar Digwijay Singh.
In these Olympic Games, 18 teams took part in football competitions. With the rise of professional play in the 12 years since the Berlin Olympics, the number of talented amateurs to choose from has dwindled. Sweden won the gold medal, beating Yugoslavia 3-1 in the final. Denmark defeated hosts Great Britain under Manchester United’s Matt Busby 5-3 to win the bronze medal. 102 goals were scored in 18 matches of the tournament; an average of 5.66 goals per match.The top scorers with seven goals each were Gunnar Nordahl of Sweden and Dane John Hansen. Nordahl and Swedish teammates Gunnar Gren and Nils Liedholm continued to play for AC Milan and were collectively nicknamed Gre-No-Lee.
Nine competitions were played, eight for men and one for women. In the men’s horse on horseback, a draw was declared between three participants, all Finns, and no other medals, except gold, were awarded in this competition.Finland won six gold medals and Switzerland three.
Lacrosse was an exemplary sport. The English team, made up of players from different universities, played against the USA team represented by Rensselaer Polytechnic at the Empire Stadium.
Modern pentathlon :
Only one modern pentathlon took part in the competition, five components of the sport – horse riding, fencing, shooting, swimming and running – were held over six days.The scoring was carried out according to the “point to place” system at all five stages, with the athlete with the lowest overall rating becoming the winner. The international federation of this sport, the International Union of Modern Pentathlon, was founded during the Games on August 3, 1948. Sweden has won two medals in this sport; William Groot won gold with a final score of 16 points, while Gösta Gyardin took bronze. American George Moore won the silver medal.
Competitions were held in four competitions, all open to both men and women, although all medals were won by men.In the 50 meter rifle prone position, only two points separated the top three athletes. Karoi Takacs was a member of the Hungarian World Pistol Championships team in 1938 when a grenade shattered his right arm – a hand with a pistol. Takach learned to shoot with his left hand and, 10 years after his injury, won the Olympic gold medal in rapid-fire pistol shooting.
Eleven events were played, six for men and five for women.The United States won eight gold medals, including all six men’s competitions, and 15 medals in total.
Eighteen countries fielded their teams in these games, which were ultimately won by Italy, which did not lose throughout the match. The tournament was held in a tiered grid, in which the four best teams from the group stage participated in the final circular grid. Hungary claimed silver, and the Netherlands claimed bronze.
Six competitions were played, all for men only. These games marked the addition of bantamweight to the Olympic program, the first change to the program since 1920. The United States has won four gold medals and eight overall; Egypt claimed the remaining two gold medals. Rodney Wilkes won the first medal for Trinidad and Tobago at the Olympics, winning the silver featherweight title; the gold medal in featherweight was won by the Egyptian Mahmoud Fayad, setting a new Olympic and world record – 332.5 kg.
Sixteen wrestling events were held, eight in Greco-Roman and eight freestyle. All were open to men only. Both categories were dominated by two nations. The most successful country was Turkey with six gold medals, followed by Sweden with 5 gold medals. These two teams won 24 medals, or half of the total medals received.
Track and Field Race
The Empire Stadium was the venue for 33 athletics competitions at the Games.In total, 754 athletes from 53 countries took part in athletics.
Fanny Blankers-Cohen from the Netherlands, a 30-year-old mother of two, nicknamed the Flying Housewife, won four gold medals in the 100, 200 and 80 meter hurdles and the 4 x 100 meter relay.
Blankers-Cohen, the long and high jump world record holder, could have won other medals, but at that time the athletes were limited to three individual events.
Duncan White won the first medal of any kind for Sri Lanka (then Ceylon) when he finished second in the 400 meter hurdles.
Arthur Wint became the first Jamaican to win an Olympic gold medal in the men’s 400m race; he also won silver in the men’s 800m race.
Audrey Patterson became the first African American woman to win a bronze medal in an athletics competition. A few days later, Alisa Kucher became the first African American woman in the world to win the gold medal in athletics in the 1.68 m jump.
The marathon ended dramatically: the first person to enter the stadium, Etienne Gailey from Belgium, exhausted and almost unable to run.While he was fighting Argentine athlete Delfo Cabrera and Tom Richards from Great Britain overtook him, Cabrera won the gold medal and Richards took the silver. Gailey recovered enough to cross the line for a bronze medal.
Decathlon was won by 17-year-old Bob Mathias from the USA. He became the youngest Olympic gold medalist in athletics.
The following words of gratitude were given to the British press by the American representative at the end of the Games on behalf of the USA team: “We have not seen such greatness of sport and camaraderie at any Olympics.We thank Great Britain and want to express to all countries our gratitude, good feelings and good wishes, which we filled with during the Olympic Games. ”
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136 sets of medals were played in 17 sports.
The USA team took the first place in the unofficial team event: (38-27-19). The Americans have traditionally been the leaders in athletics competitions. Basketball players won the next gold medals.Male swimmers, as well as wrestlers and weightlifters performed very well.
The Swedish team took the second place: (16-11-17). The team of this country won the football tournament. The Scandinavians also achieved great success in Greco-Roman wrestling and canoeing competitions. Sweden came into second place not only because the war bypassed them, and they retained their sports cadres, but also because at that time it was a recognized leader in many summer Olympic sports – athletics, gymnastics, rowing.
The French team was the third: (10-6-13). The success has come mainly from cyclists.
Hungary moved to the ranks of the strongest sports powers. Representatives of the young state won 10 gold, 5 silver and 12 bronze medals. It was a significant success, especially for a nation that suffered greatly during the Second World War.
Finland took the honorable fifth place.
The hosts of the 1948 London Olympics finished 12th overall, winning 2 gold medals in rowing and one in sailing.
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- His Majesty King George VI officially opened the Games of the 14 Olympiad at Wembley Football Stadium, on which track and field tracks have been temporarily built.
- Germany and Japan, as the countries that unleashed the Second World War, were deprived of the right to participate.
- No new facilities were built for the Games.
- The Olympic Village was absent, the male athletes lived in the army camp near Oxbridge, and the women in the suburban college.
- The head of the Czechoslovak gymnastics team Maria Provazhnikova
(not an athlete) was the first to get the opportunity to flee a country with a communist regime to the West during the Olympic Games.
- These were the first Games since the death of Baron Pierre de Coubertin in 1937, the founder of the modern Olympic movement.
- In contrast to sports results, the 1948 Olympics set a philatelic record. A record number of postage stamps (44 and 2 blocks) were issued in her honor by 11 countries.This is about the same as collectors received for all previous Games. It was in 1948 that the mass production of postage stamps dedicated to the Olympic Games began.
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Sports Camp Swimming in Ohio, USA
- Type of educational institution : CAMP, SPORTS TRAINING, PREPARATORY COURSES, GROUP PROGRAMS
- Age : 12 – 19
- Language : ENGLISH
- Required language level : A2, B1, B2, C1, C2
- Target : Conversational Practice, Sports, University Preparation
- Intensity : no lessons, 15 hours per week, 20 hours per week
- Academic Program : General Courses
- Exams : TOEFL, SAT, ECTS Credits
- Location , Geneva, OH
- Airport : CLE (Cleveland, OH, USA)
- Sport : Swimming
- Residence : Residence
- Placement : 2
- Infrastructure : lake, indoor pool, outdoor pool, city, nature
- Dates : 05.01.2020 – 26.12.2020
- Entry Requirements : Yes
- Difficulty : High
- Price per week (in EURO) : 1102.5978753449
The Ohio Swimming Sports Camp operates at the Sports Academy. The Ohio Athletic Academy offers a unique combination of quality athletic and intensive education, training, and study.
The Ohio Academy offers programs of excellence in many sports, led by a unique coaching team.Students can take part in a year-round program or can stay at the academy for a semester, a week, or just a weekend. For short-term programs, an intensive sports program is offered, for medium and long-term programs, in addition to sports, a school curriculum is offered with preparation for admission to the best US universities or an intensive English course. The curriculum is designed specifically for athletes and takes into account daily intense training.
The Ohio Academy has the most modern and high-end sports infrastructure – one of the largest sports facilities in the world with over 750,000 square feet of professional Olympic-standard indoor sports facilities and dozens of hectares of outdoor sports fields.The Ohio Academy has a unique opportunity to simultaneously conduct classes in clubs for amateurs, sections for children and teenagers, organize sports tournaments of national and international level and training camps for professional athletes tournaments, regardless of the time of year and weather conditions.
The Ohio Academy organizers and leaders see it as their mission to unleash the full potential of human potential through sports and education. They are sure that sports are not the main thing – how much money you have and where you live, how fast you run or how high you jump.The only thing a sport needs is for your heart to be in the game, so that you enjoy the exercise, and that you strive to improve your capabilities. The Ohio Academy was created to provide all the conditions for empowering athletes, so that they can fulfill their potential not only in sports, but also in school and throughout their lives. The Ohio Academy offers a hands-on curriculum that is woven from sports and learning that is less effective than the curriculum of the world’s top educational institutions.
The Ohio Academy is a nonprofit and therefore invests every dollar in the development of athletes – whether it be infrastructure or financial aid to individual students. At the same time, the Ohio Academy is not a club for professional sports stars, but a gathering place for all sports fans – from beginners to professionals, from high school students to active seniors, from Olympians to Paralympians. There is no other place in the world to develop physical and intellectual capabilities, to discover your potential and strengthen your will.
The Ohio Academy is:
- a new era in the development of sports
- Possibility of holding any international competitions and events 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
- the possibility of living directly at the sports base
- Designed Highly Effective Admission Preparation Curricula for Top US Universities
- multi-sport training camps
- programs for juniors, college students, professionals, coaches and masters
- programs for paralympians and people with disabilities
- Unrivaled, unique infrastructure and service
- innovative companies – partners
- Application of the latest technologies
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The Ohio Academy first opened its doors in 2009 as a sports facility.At the time, the Academy’s infrastructure consisted of 215,000 square feet of indoor gyms and outdoor sports fields for football, lacrosse, baseball, softball, field hockey or rugby, and a multi-purpose complex for volleyball, basketball, tennis, and gymnastics.
In January 2010, the sports facility expanded to 240,000 square feet with an indoor track and field track, which was voted by Olympic champion Michael Johnson as the best track and field facility in the world.It also built 25,000 square feet of banquet facilities, catering facilities and meeting rooms for corporate and family events.
In the fall of 2010, a 7,000-seat football stadium with synthetic turf was opened. In October 2011, a 295,000 square foot water sports center opened. A health and fitness club was opened in December 2011. This was followed by a sports medical center and training classes.
- Amy Mullins is an athlete, model, actress and lawyer.She was born without a fibula and survived leg amputation in infancy. She was able to learn to walk with prostheses and had a very successful career. In athletics, she competed nationally and internationally, and set 3 world records at the 1996 Paralympic Games in Atlanta, sparking a buzz around her prosthetic designs. She was one of three Georgetown University students receiving a full academic scholarship from the US Department of Defense.Amy is an ardent advocate of a new way of thinking about “disability.” Her achievements have put her name among the most significant women in America of the 20th century. Her iconic status in the art and fashion world has made her name the second global brand after L’Oreal Paris.
- Michael Johnson is a four-time Olympic champion, nine-time world champion and world record holder, a legendary sprinter who became one of the most successful Olympians in human history. Johnson represented the United States at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, winning the gold medal in the 4×400 relay; at the Atlanta Games in 1996, he won the gold medal in the 200 and 400 meters; and in 2000 in Sydney he won gold again in the 400 meters.He became known as “the fastest man in the world”.
- Diana Munz – Olympic Swimming Champion. She began her sports career at 13, qualifying for the 1996 Olympics. However, on the eve of the Olympics and just in the final year of school, she broke her back and leg in a car accident. Eleven months later, at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, she won the gold medal in the 200×4 freestyle swimming and the silver medal in the 400m freestyle swim.In 2004, at the Athens Olympics, Muntz won the bronze medal in the 800m Freestyle. 22-time US Champion, won 4 gold medals at the Pan Pacific Championships in Yokohama in 2002, 5 gold medals at the World Aquatics Championships throughout her career.
During the school holidays, the Ohio Academy organizes camps for young people from 11 to 19 years old. Anyone can go to the camp – both an experienced athlete and a beginner who wants to learn something.The main condition is desire! The Ohio Academy will help you become an athlete, even for those who never dreamed of it!
Camps with a professional training program for swimming, volleyball, athletics, basketball and football are offered. Another unique summer camp program is offered – an improvement program that helps to develop your physical and mental capabilities. Such a program is useful both for sports and for the whole future life. The coaching staff of all these camps are the best and world famous coaches.
Everyone who comes to the camp will have the opportunity to personally get acquainted with the training system developed by Michael Johnson. This system increases the performance of the athlete, training efficiency, reveals the maximum physical and mental capabilities. It was only thanks to this system that he achieved such unprecedented results both in sports and in everyday life. his career.
All the guys will get acquainted with the Jack J.Lesika, Ph.D. This system is aimed at unleashing the intellectual potential of a person.
An innovative nutrition program is also offered to every young athlete who comes to the camp.
All camps of the Academy are focused on working out the technical, tactical, physical and mental aspects of each specific sport in order to achieve the maximum result of each athlete.
All sports facilities meet Olympic standards.Each young person will receive personalized attention, an in-depth training program led by top US coaches, and a Michael Johnson Performance Enhancement (MJP) course that will help increase agility, speed, endurance and strength, and develop the morale necessary to win in a fiercely competitive environment. …
The Ohio Academy’s goal is to provide the very best in your training program in complete safety and control.From the very first day of arrival at the camp until departure, every young athlete will live according to a carefully designed schedule.
Phillips Exeter Academy (Academy of Phillips Exeter) (Exeter, New Hampshire, USA) – apply, prices, reviews
- Founded: in 1781
- Location: Exeter, New Hampshire, USA
- Age of students: 14 to 18 years old 90,036 Total number of students: 1185 people (12% of foreigners, 80% of students choose a boarding house) 90,039
- Study programs: grades 9-12 (high school and university preparation)
- Type of study: joint (mixed)
- Type of residence: residence (boarding house), there is a full-time form of study.
Phillips Exeter Academy (Academy Phillips Exeter) – one of the most famous and prestigious private boarding schools in the United States. It was founded in 1781 by the merchant John Phillips (which is why it got its name) and his wife. Initially, only boys studied here, but in 1970 all educational programs were also opened for girls – the school still adheres to the principle of blended learning: the total number of students today reaches 1185 people.
One of the striking features of the Phillips Exeter Academy is the Harkness table technique.Here in the classrooms you will not find the usual single desks: all classes are conducted at a round table with a capacity of up to 12 people: teachers conduct lessons as discussions, guiding and orienting students, without interfering with them expressing their own opinion and expressing their point of view on their own. This methodology allows you to educate real leaders – managers and top managers, politicians and national leaders, speakers, successful businessmen. Among the graduates of the Phillips Exeter Academy are a huge number of people who are known all over the world today:
- Abraham Lincoln
- Robert Todd
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- Mark Zuckerberg
- Paul Khlebnikov
- Arthur Schlesinger
- Dan Brown
- John Irving and many others.
Despite the highest level of prestige and high-profile names of its alumni, the school is very welcoming to any talented and ambitious students, does a lot to be modern, open and democratic.
Academic intensity of training, professionalism of teachers and successful pedagogical methods allow Phillips Exeter Academy graduates to enter the best universities in the USA and the world, including the legendary universities of the Ivy League:
- New York University
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- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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The curriculum for students aged 14-18 is focused on high-quality, effective preparation for the chosen university, and the free choice from a large number of subjects (more than 450 options, more than 19 areas of knowledge and sciences!) Allows you to increase the chances of successful admission.