Milo volleyball clinic slated

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

CLOSE to 100 future volleyball players from Baguio City and Benguet are set to learn from the country's top sports clinic organizer starting May 19-24 at the Saint Louis Laboratory High School.

Children 12 years old and under will set their foot into becoming the next star players of their generation as Milo Sport Efficiency & Scientific Training Center holds its first ever volleyball sport training clinic here in the city.

Local sports coordinator for Milo Best Center Russel Go said the first ever volleyball clinic aims to develop young sport enthusiast the “Milo Best” way.


“Luckily, Baguio City was chosen as one of the first field in the provincial area to hold a volleyball clinic. Trainers from the Best Center are looking forward to develop potential sport leaders among the youth here in our region,” Go said.

According to Go, the Milo Best Center saw the success of conducting annual basketball clinics here in the city and saw the opportunity of holding volleyball training courses as well.

“The same with the basketball clinic held yearly, the Best Center looks forward to the success of developing children who are in line with other sports such as volleyball,” Go quipped.

Best Center is already on its 36th year with 30 years of experience of teaching basketball in Baguio City.

As an initial benchmark for the volleyball clinic, organizers said they will only offer one level of training for this year teaching the basics of the sport.

Go said the week-long summer clinic will be conducted by national coaches from the Milo Best Center, founded by Nick Jorge.

Interested participants may personally register at Berkley School located at CM Recto St., Navy Base, Baguio City or contact Russel Go at (0917)506-2802 or (0919)992-3550 or email them at bestcentersports
Organizers said registration is open until slots are full.

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on April 24, 2014.


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