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Sport Court in the News
Sport Court's summer of volleyball continues! USA Volleyball will host the 2015 Men’s Pan American Cup on Sport Court starting August 12 and ending August 17th in Reno, Nevada.
The school year is weeks away and open gyms and team tryouts are right around the corner! Make sure your fundamentals are ready to shine when the first school bell rings with these basketball drills from Coach McCall Wollman and Coach Byron Wilson.
The U.S. Junior Nationals 17U girls’ basketball tournamenthas selected Connor Sport Court Internationalto provide all modular courts for the elite girls age-group tournament which begins today at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C.
This week, Sport Court is brining you a combination of ball handling drills from Coach McCall Wollman. Each drill focuses on having control over the ball and learning to become quicker when moving the basketball down the court. All of the drills can be done on a backyard court.
It’s halfway through summer and kids are starting to run out of things to do! Send them into the backyard to practice for basketball tryouts on your Sport Court. Over the next few months Sport Court will be providing basketball drills perfect for the backyard. Kids can use these drills to improve their ball handling, shooting, defense and offense.
Sport Court will provide event organizers with the ability to stage more than 1,200 girls’ basketball games July 10-12 for the 17th Annual Nike Tournament of Champions girls’ basketball tournament at McCormick Place.
What are you doing with your Fourth of July? Have some fun in your backyard with friends and family! We’ve pulled together simple and kid friendly recipes and backyard Sport Court games that adults and kids are sure to love.
Richard Attias, the architect of Doha Goals Forum’s success GroundReport | Author: Dave Laurence The Doha GOALS Forum is an initiative-based event, and so its success can be judged by the achievements of its initiatives. One of its most ambitious was the Sports Fields initiative, which aimed to provide free access to sport facilities in communities around the world. There is a particular focus on underprivileged young people, who may not have access to facilities elsewhere.
When more than 15,000 girls volleyball players ages 12 to 18 descend on New Orleans beginning Tuesday, June 23rd for the 2015 USA Volleyball Girls’ Junior National Championships (GJNC) all matches will played on Sport Court® playing surfaces that have transformed the sport of volleyball to allow for concurrent match play in a convention center setting.