Comox Valley Volleyball Camp offers top-notch coaching

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There are still spots available for both sessions at one of the longest running volleyball camps on the Island.

“The Comox Valley Volleyball Camp has provided athletes with an excellent opportunity to play, improve, and excel at this awesome sport for the past ten years, and it is very exciting to offer it again this summer to athletes of all abilities, says camp co-ordinator and coach Brian Stevens.

The camp will be held at G.P. Vanier school gymnasium from July 7-10. Stevens has five years of CIS (university) playing experience, five years of coaching Team BC (including Canada Games), assistant coached at Camosun College, and many years of club and high school coaching.

There will be a strong collection of coaches helping to facilitate the camp.  Current and former university athletes who are back for the summer, and all of whom attended this camp at some point in their volleyball careers, will be providing their expertise and enthusiasm at the camp.

There are two sessions of the camp available to accommodate a wide range of ages and skill levels.  The Youth Session, for boys and girls ages 11-14, will run from 1-4 p.m.  The Elite Session, for boys and girls ages 15-17, will run from 5-8 p.m.

Both sessions will focus on technical skill development, game play knowledge, tons of touches with the ball, and of course fun.  The Elite session will also have a strong focus on position specific and game strategy components.

The camp is $120, which includes a T-shirt.  There are 40 spots available in each session and both sessions are already filling up so register soon.

You can register your son/daughter by contacting Brian Stevens at bdstevens@hotmail.com or by calling 250-339-0434.  A registration form will be e-mailed to you which has all of the pertinent information for the camp.

“This camp is a great opportunity to further your volleyball development, meet some new people, and have a great time.  Be sure to register soon!” Stevens said.

– Comox Valley Volleyball Camp

 

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