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Volleyball camp starts Sunday

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Front Range Volleyball Club is coming to Vail and Eagle for a four-day High Intensity Volleyball Camp. This camp is for high school and middle school girls. The first session in the morning and will be for high school players and the second session in the evening will be for middle school players. Camp focus is on individual skill training with an emphasis on high quality repetition and attention to individual skill development. The majority of the time will be spent on training the individual athlete in all areas of the game. Special attention will be given to movement training, ball control skills, and individual attacking, and blocking techniques.The Front Range Volleyball Club, serving the Denver metro area since 1981, has achieved quite a record in Colorado and ranks with the best of the elite clubs in the nation. In 2002, the club won its second gold medal at USA Volleyball’s Junior Olympic Championships. To date, no other club in the Rocky Mountain Region has won a gold at JOs.Since the club’s inception more than 205 of its athletes have gone to college on volleyball scholarships including Vail’s Lara “Tree” Bossow. Twenty-one have been chosen as all-Americans at the USAV Junior Olympic Championships (three of them being in 2002, along with the MVP of JOs); 15 selected for Volleyball magazine’s “Fab 50” list and 4 named Colorado Sports Woman of the Year in Volleyball. Its alumni include four collegiate All-Americans. The Front Range Volleyball program is working with the Avalanche Volleyball Club to bring this High Intensity Camp to local girls from 6-12th graders. The camp will be held at Battle Mountain High School (Aug. 2-3) and Eagle Valley Middle School (July 31-Aug. 1).Front Range Volleyball High Intensity Camp will be headed up by the following coaches:– Jim Miret – head coach – USAV Junior Male Coach of the Year; RMR Junior Male Coach of the Year; Junior Olympic gold-medal winner; USAV Women’s Youth National Team head coach; head coach NORCECA silver-medal winner; National Team assistant, Sydney Olympics; USOC Developmental Coach of the Year in Volleyball; head coach, Colorado Thunder women’s pro volleyball– James Beasley – camp director – gold-medal winner, RMR 16s Regional Championship; gold-medal winner, Colorado Crossroads, Far Western, Camp and Northern Lights qualifiers; Tenth place at Junior Olympics; USAV High Performance, head coach; USAV A-2 Women’s National Team, head vcoach; Div II RMAC Coach of the Year; Colorado Thunder women’s pro volleyball, first assistant coach– Brandon Hoffman – lead coach – Fourteens open division qualifier at Crossroads; RMR 14s Regional Championship; Metro State University, assistant coach.Visit our Web site at http://www.frvbc.com. The cost for preregistration is $250. Add the setting session for $40.Vail, Colorado

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