Richard Bartel announced as Future Stars Head Coach

Posted: March 7, 2015 in American Football Australian Future Stars DownUnder Bowl Recruiting
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Bring it on Sports are very please to announce Richard Bartel, Former NFL Quarterback and Head Football Coach in Texas as the 2015 Australian Future Stars Head Coach.

RRich Bartel 1ichard Bartel has been the lead quarterback instructor for Football University, NFL Prep 100 and Rivals Camp Series since 2008 where he has developed quarterbacks nationally as part of an NFL-led initiative to mentor elite level amateur talent. He is one of two former NFL quarterbacks selected by the NFL to participate in the program.

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After a highly-acclaimed college career at Southern Methodist University and Tarleton State, Bartel spent six years as a quarterback in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, Cleveland Browns and most recently the Arizona Cardinals.

Prior to that he spent four years in Major League Baseball in the Cincinnati Reds organization.

As a private quarterback instructor in his off-seasons, Richard has had a hand in developing over 1,500 young quarterbacks nationally, including notable Division 1, NFL and Blue Chip High School Quarterbacks.

In addition to his role as an elite quarterback instructor, he currently serves as the Head Football Coach at Southwest Christian in Ft. Worth,Texas.

He’s always aspired to develop talent internationally and looks forward to sharing his professional experience to young athletes in Australia who are as passionate about the game of football as he is.

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Bring it on Sports & Cricket NSW

Posted: August 28, 2014 in Cricket School Sports Programs
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Cricket NSW LogoBRING IT ON SPORTS TO DELIVER CRICKET NSW PROGRAMS

Bring it on Sports has been chosen as one of five professional sports providers to deliver the Cricket NSW programs in NSW schools for the 2014/2015 cricket season.

Cricket NSW is embarking on a program which will enable thousands of primary and high school children the opportunity to engage in cricket programs for years to come.

For more information or to book a Cricket NSW School Program email info@bringitonsports.com.au

 

Play Flag Gridiron

Posted: August 18, 2014 in American Football Flag Gridiron School Sports Programs
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If you like Oz Tag you’ll LOVE Flag Gridiron!


 TO REGISTER TO PLAY IN A COMPETITION CALL (02) 9540-6555

TO BOOK FLAG GRIDIRON FOR YOUR SCHOOL CALL 0406 538 634

Flag Gridiron (or Flag Football) is a modified version of tackle American football.  Instead of tackling players to the ground, the defensive team tackles a player by pulling their flag or flag belt. The object of the game is to score touchdowns by advancing the ball up the field by running or throwing the ball, and crossing the end zone line. 

In the USA, American football has been played since the mid-1800s. The first college game of football occurred between Princeton and Rutgers in 1895. The game of flag football has been around for as nearly as long as tackle football. Flag football was played as a recreational activity for American military personal in the 1940s. Recreational leagues began in the USA in the 1940s and 50s.

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Flag Gridiron requires each player to have a flag or flag belt, an American football, and cones to designate the end zones. No helmets or shoulder pads are allowed.   Good flag gridiron players can start, stop, and change directions quickly. Players can work on their agility by running round cones, and jumping rope. Anyone can play Flag Gridiron! Men, women and children! 

What is a Sports Combine?

Posted: August 11, 2014 in Talent Identification Combine
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Originally, combines were meant to be simplified medical evaluations, organized for teams within a league and their incumbent employees. These days, combines, are for assessment of performance skills and attributes.

Most combines will assess as many as a handful of attributes and skill-sets revolving around the athlete’s ability to accelerate, jump and change direction as well as show strength and flexibility.  Time to complete such events range from one hour to several hours.

 2014 TALENT IDENTIFICATION COMBINE

COMBINE COLLAGE

HOW DO YOU MEASURE UP?
COME AND FIND OUT…

To be held in NSW on Sunday, 14 September 2014
Registrations close on Sunday, 31 August 2014

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WHAT DO WE TEST

It is important that you prepare for the tests we will be conducting during the combine.  Below are links to some great videos that will help you prepare for the tests and will also give you some tips and tricks for performing well.

 

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Soccer Scholarships

Posted: June 11, 2014 in Recruiting Soccer
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Did you know that playing college soccer in the US is a great way of still pursuing a professional soccer career, but at the same time getting a university degree – a bachelor’s degree that will certainly prove valuable!


Becoming a professional soccer player is the dream of most players. Earning a professional contract takes hard work, talent, determination and luck. The competition is fierce and the majority of young players are not given the chance to play at the highest level.

Each year college soccer players are being drafted to the MLS (Major League Soccer) and USL (United Soccer Leagues) – the top two divisions in the US. There are also former college players currently playing at the top level all around the world. On the women’s side, college players are being drafted to the WPS (Women’s Professional Soccer) every year.

Bring it on Sports can assist elite Australian Soccer
players earn scholarships to USA Colleges

The demand for talented international soccer players, both women and men, is big in US College Soccer. American coaches like to recruit international players because of their understanding of the game and experience at a high level. Finding the right blend of players for the squad is critical for success in college soccer.

Picture1The lifestyle of a college soccer player is very similar to that of a professional player. You train daily in excellent facilities, with fitness trainers, physical therapists and nutritionists, travel to matches staying in hotels and competing against top young players in the country.Soccer. American coaches like to recruit international players because of their understanding of the game and experience at a high level. Finding the right blend of players for the squad is critical for success in college soccer.

For more information about Soccer Scholarships in the USA please feel free to contact us by:

Phone: 0406 538 634
Email: info@bringitonsports.com.au
Web: www.bringitonsports.com.au/recruiting

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