Evento en Tenerife para conseguir becas de baloncesto en Estados Unidos

El polideportivo Pablos Abril, situado en Taco, en Santa Cruz de Tenerife, alberga el próximo domingo 26 de agosto un Casting para jugadores de baloncesto, de edades comprendidas entre los 13 y los 18 años, con el fin de conseguir becas para estudiar y jugar en colegios y universidades americanas.

La organización Deaquiparafuera, que se dedica a conseguir becas deportivas y académicas en Estados Unidos, a través de su responsable en las Islas Canarias, Fernando Rizo, trae a la isla el primer evento de estas características para amantes del baloncesto, el cual va a reunir a entrenadores y representantes de High Schools de Estados Unidos.

El encuentro dará comienzo a las 15:30 horas, y consiste en un partido tradicional en el que los jugadores podrán demostrar su nivel deportivo que determina, a posteriori, la cuantía de beca que reciben de los diferentes centros de estudio del país norteamericano.

A través de estas oportunidades, los jugadores tienen la posibilidad de seguir su formación académica y deportiva en centros de gran prestigio en Estados Unidos, para vivir su particular “sueño americano”.

Para inscribirse y recibir más información sobre el Casting, se puede acceder a la página oficial de la organización: www.deaquiparafuera.com , que da acceso a la inscripción. Del mismo modo, también se puede hacer a través de correo a fernando@deaquiparafuera.com , o al número de teléfono 692316657.

English Urban Summer Camp: July, Final Day

Warm farewell

Today was our last day. Lots of nerves from first thing this morning, finishing off the details of the set and our costumes for our Indonesian Show.
I want to emphasize that both the costumes, and the decoration of our stage have been made by our children …. palm trees, plants, flags, necklaces, fans, etc etc, everything has been their very own work in their craft sessions.
Finally, the moment came, it was time for our show…. considering we are not professional musicians and for many this is the first time they have come in contact with these instruments, it turned out great!
Tears, hugs, and warm kisses between them and their monitors.
A great job guys … a great team …
We will see each other in upcoming camps, and we will continue to keep up the hard work 🤪.
Happy Holidays.



Engish Urban Summer Camp: July, Day 21

The fun is coming to an end, today we have worked really hard getting our final Indonesian Show ready for tomorrow. Throughout the month we have practiced separately, however not all together as a group, and we have done an amazing job! We can see that all the hard work has paid off! You just wait until you see it all put together with all of our accessories that we have made in crafts, from bracelets and crowns to corsets.
To unwind we have had our usual dip in the pool and meditation session, which after a hard days work was well needed.
I am going to make the most of this blog to personally say thankyou to the parents that have trusted in us to look after your children this summer, it has been an honor and we have had so much fun together. Have a great well deserved summer break.

English Urban Summer Camp: July, Day 20

“Funtastic” Friday! 🎉

Today is our last Friday here at the urban camp, but we are going out with a bang! 💥 As many of you might have known, today was the second foam bath party. 😎

Before the party we spent some time in the music workshop, playing some sports or games and finishing all the crafts related to our Indonesian surprise for Tuesday. 🇮🇩

The bubble bath party started right after breakfast / snack time.

Once again we warmed up while we danced to “El cocodrilo” or “El baile de la fruta”, then the party started full-on!
We also danced to “Mambo Number 5”, “Calypso” and many other songs. The kids loved the foam, there were a few moments when the wind made foam tornados, it was super cool.

After the bubble bath we relaxed with our daily dose of meditation 😑 uand then we went of home. Have a great weekend, see you on Monday (and Tuesday!) 👋