UPDATED - $80 Registration Fee: AthELITEs and Beyond Basketball have announced a series of outdoor basketball camps set for Whytridge Community Centre for the summer of 2016. Join Taneesha Greaves and Malik Irwin in any of the 4 OUTDOOR Basketball Skill Development Camps, hosted by AthELITEs and Beyond this summer.
A 10% discount is available to groups registering 3 or more campers. Email email@example.com for more information.
SUMMER Basketball Skill Development Camp Details – Whyteridge CC Outdoor Court:
Co-ed Ages 8-12
Session #1: July 15-14 - $80 a person - Deadline July 14, 2016
Friday July 15 -— 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Saturday July 16 -— 9:30am - 12:00pm
Sunday July 17 —- 9:30am - 12:00pm
Session #3: August 12-14 - $80 a person - Deadline Aug 11, 2016
Friday August 12 -— 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Saturday August 13 -— 9:30am - 12:00pm
Sunday August 14 —- 9:30am - 12:00pm
Meet Our Coaches:
Program Director/Head Coach
Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
Greaves is a former NCAA Division I athlete and current employee of NBA Canada. In addition, she is a student in the U of Manitoba’s Faculty of Science, and coach in Manitoba’s Centre for Performance program, as well as the Winnipeg Minor Basketball Association. While in high school, Taneesha had the opportunity to play for Winnipeg’s finest, Coach Bryan Kornberger of Glenlawn Collegiate, before serving as an alternate player on the Canadian Cadette Women’s National team, and playing at the renowned basketball powerhouse, Oak Hill Academy, in Virginia, USA as a nationally ranked point guard.
Assistant Head Coach
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
Malik Irwin of the University of Manitoba Men’s Basketball team (CIS), is currently a third year Finance Major and elite performance coach. Along with coaching the AthELITEs and Beyond’s Camps, last summer Malik co-directed his own camp for youth boys, as well as instructed in many Junior Bison Boys Camps. Prior to becoming a CIS athlete and high performance coach, Malik had an exceptional career of four years under the well-respected Coach Jeff Laping, at local powerhouse St Paul's High School. As a decorated athlete, Malik earned the entitlement of being a provincial all-star and received All-Manitoban team honours. Irwin was also placed on Winnipeg’s Top 10 Player list and again honours as an all-star upon graduation.