wesmen-small.pngThe University of Winnipeg have been offering summer basketball camps for over 40 years and will once again be offering a full slate of camps to boys and girls going into grades 1-12 this July and August.  The mainstay of the Wesmen camps for over 40 years. These camps provide excellent instruction, in their respective sports, by qualified coaches at a low player to coach ratio. They are tailored to each age group so everyone can have fun and improve their skills. There are half day and full day camps and many of the half day camps can be combined with other sports to make them full day camps. Basketball shooting camps show your child how to become a better shooter by using video “breakdown” drills and individualized instruction. Elite camps are designed for dedicated athletes looking to take their game to the next level. All campers receive both a camp t-shirt and basketball.  To register...

Steve Nash Youth Basketball and Multi-Sport All-Day Camps

Campers can now select a half day of fun in basketball with the Steve Nash and Canada Basketball curriculum. You can also make your camp a full day with basketball in the morning and a variety of sports, including volleyball and racquet sports in the afternoon. Campers receive the same camp t-shirts and balls as regular camps but will also receive a Steve Nash package that includes a reversible practice jersey, basketball, poster and certificate.

Girls 3 on 3 Basketball Camps

Learn the game playing with less on the floor. More touches. Campers will be taught the concepts of passing, cutting, screening, getting open, reading space and scoring. Play and develop your skills at the same time.

Girl's "I Can Score" Basketball Camps

The focus of this camp is to help your child develop one on one skills needed to score in game situations. The fundamentals of being a scorer and developing confidence to score, whether in the paint or on the perimeter, revolves around good footwork, proper shooting form, reading the defense and creativity on the move, with and without the basketball.


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