The Institute of Rugby has launched a Total-Athlete Development Program based in San Diego.
The program is for young athletes aged eight to 18. The program runs athletes through eight-week training blocks.
For more, see their complete release here.
SAN DIEGO (January 28, 2016) – ATAVUS and MM7 Training Center have partnered to expand the ATAVUS Academy in San Diego, providing sustained, year-round player development for women and men at the senior (18+) and junior (U18) levels.
Eagle Impact Rugby Academy will be holding player development clinics in Indiana the weekend of January 23.
On January 23, the Indiana North clinic will be held at Penn HS from 2:30 to 5pm. On January 24 the Indiana South clinic will be held at Fishers HS from 11:30am to 3pm.
The American Rugby Coaches Association is holding a two one-day camps for women, in Texas.
The camps will be held Saturday, Jan 23 and Sunday, Jan 24. Each will last from noon to 5pm.
There’s been a lot of talk in rugby and football circles about the influence of one sport over the other in terms of tackling and converting crossover athletes, and ATAVUS Coach Emilie Bydwell said there are certainly approaches that work best for rugby coaches.
SEATTLE – ATAVUS (atavus.com) has launched its two newest ATAVUS Academy locations in Minneapolis and San Diego to provide sustained, year-round player development. Initially both locations will focus on women’s (18+) programs, designed to parallel the USA Rugby Women’s development pathway and scheduled to complement rugby schedules in the Midwest and Southern California.
The Atlantis Rugby Corporation will host an Individual Testing and Open Rugby Sevens Camp for High School Boys/Girls, Collegiate and U23 Men and Women on Sunday, Oct 11, 2015 from 9am to 3pm. The camp will be valuable for novice and experienced players alike and is open to any male or female player who is CIPP registered with USA Rugby.
About 30 student-athletes attended the East Coast Rugby Combine August 1 and 2 at the United Sports Center in Downingtown, Pa., with young players showing their talents to several top college rugby programs.
Players from all over the country are wrapping up the ATAVUS summer High School Resident Camp in Seattle, working with top coaches, including international stars Waisale Serevi, Emilie Bydwell, Pate Tuilevuka, and Shawn Pittman.
As summer camps for high school rugby players become more common, the questions, and expectations, that high school players have becoming clearer to coaches and advisors.
At Goff Rugby Report we spoke with several sources about whether high school rugby players have a clear idea of what playing college rugby - and balancing sports and academics - at a university is like.
Nike Rugby Camps recently announced the addition of new overnight rugby camps at several well-known universities including Duke, Michigan State, Oregon State, Arizona State, CU Boulder, and Rutgers. These schools join existing sites University of California, University of San Diego, Stanford University and Clemson, bringing the total number of Nike Rugby Camp locations to 10.