Kelvin Bramble to Bring International Sports Training To Nevis

Senior Sports officer at the Department of Sports, Mr. Kelvin Bramble, is on the verge of bringing an international sports training program to Nevis.
Bramble, who recently returned from a stint in Canada, indicated to NTV Sports page that the exciting program, will be one of a holistic nature and all encompassing.
It will not only focus on the training of children and young adults, but other persons who are older and interested in the program, can also register.

Kelvin Bramble

The training program will take place at the Brown Hill Basketball court from Sunday 11th August to Friday 16th August.
It will be facilitated by internationally renowned, professional organizations:

ALL IN TRAINING and TRUE CHAMPS, who have worked with professional entities such as the MBA and MBA players such as Danny Greene and Augustus.
The training session will be open to persons interested in Basketball; Track and field; Football and Sports related professions such as Videographers; Coaches; photographers; physio therapists and Journalists.
The training will also incorporate a performance testing feature which when completed, athletes can get their results uploaded to the internationally renowned website (checkmyathletics)-a site that is regularly checked by international coaches and scouts in search of athletic talent.
The interested children will be divided into two groups:
Lower class man-ages 6 to 12-registration fee of $100.00 EC
Upper class man-ages 12 to 19-registration fee of $125.00 EC (this includes the cost for the performance testing).
Persons outside of these ages, will have to pay $50.00 EC to get their performance test completed.
Interested parents and other persons can contact Mr. Bramble at 669-9610 or make contact at
Bramble further indicated that the training program is not just open for Nevisians, but noted that he has already received calls from interested persons in St. Kitts; Antigua and Montserrat.
He took time out to thank the Ministry and Department of Sports, for allowing his recent trip to Canada, where he was able to plan the exciting training program.
He also extended thanks to the professional training organizations who have accepted the offer to come to Nevis to facilitate the program.

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