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U.S. Association of Blind Athletes will host the first-ever North American Blind Soccer Development Camp this summer in Baltimore, Maryland!
 
What: Coaching clinic and athlete development camp
When: June 25-29, 2018
Where: Maryland School for the Blind - Baltimore, MD
Who: Coaches and athletes involved in the blind sports community. Athletes classified as B1, B2, and B3 are welcomed to attend.
How: Click here to register. Email Kevin Brousard at kbrousard@usaba.org with any questions.
CostRoom and board will be provided by USABA at no cost to attendees but participants are responsible for covering travel expenses to and from the event. USABA membership is also required to attend.
 
Development of the sport of blind soccer (also known as football 5-a-side) has been limited in North America since it’s introduction at the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games but interest is growing! Visit our website to learn how the sport worksThe camp will be split into two sections: a coaching clinic (aka “Train The Trainer”) and an athlete development camp. International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) blind soccer chairman, Ulrich Pfisterer (Germany) will direct the camp, empowering the coaches in attendance to get hands-on experience with athletes on the field of play. The goal of the camp is to provide coaches with the necessary tools and knowledge to create blind football programs in their local communities, and for athletes to hone their fundamental skills for the game. The camp will also serve as an identification event for future national team selections.
 
We encourage all interested coaches and athletes to register for the camp before spots fill up. Click here to register. Email questions to Kevin Brousard at kbrousard@usaba.org.

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