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FAIRFAX, VA

SATURDAY | APRIL 23RD

ROBINSON SECONDARY SCHOOL

5035 Sideburn Rd, Fairfax, VA 22032

8:30A | Check-In

9:00A | Camp Starts

3:30P | Awards Ceremony

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THE DETAILS

Register: Make sure you register online before the camp to reserve your spot.

Come Ready: Get a good night’s sleep, eat breakfast, and drink plenty of water.

ALL Positions: Check-in begins at 8:30 AM.

Suit Up: Athletes will receive a USMC Sports Leadership Academy shirt. You will be responsible to bring all other equipment such as shoes, socks, shorts, etc.

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Skills and Drills: Our elite coaching staff will lead you through drills that will help develop skills, increase agility, improve techniques, and help you become a better wrestler.

Live Wrestling: Compete against the best wrestlers from your area.

Leadership Training: The Marine Corps Leadership Traits will be taught during breakout sessions that focus on how sports skills learned relate to real world challenges.

FREE Lunch: All athletes will receive a free catered lunch from USMC Sports.

Awards Ceremony: Awards will be presented to the top performers and top leaders at the conclusion of the camp. All athletes and family members are encouraged to attend and take photos.

Follow Us on Social Media: Share photos and videos from the camp on your social media pages and tag @usmcsla.

Meet the Coaches

Bryan Hazard – Head Coach

Coach on Soccer Field

Coach Bio:

As a professional, I wear many hats. I currently am an MTSS coordinator, and I am a former Health specialist and Physical education instructor in Fairfax County, VA. I love sports, and I coach a state champion wrestling program at Robinson Secondary School.

On other days, I am a public address announcer for sporting events around the country including wrestling, road racing, triathlon, MMA, football, lacrosse,and volleyball, and I have had the opportunity broadcast sporting events for different media outlets around the world on TV and the internet. I have worked in production in every level from Youth events to professional contests, and through this, I manage to be a husband and father to a wonderful family.

I would like to continue to lead in the educational world, I have two Master’s degrees in Intiatives in Educational Transfomation from George Mason University and a degree in Educational Leadership from the American College of Education.

I have lived in the same area for my entire life, and I hope to continue to activate people in the Northern Virginia Area,

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