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TAP Program for Young Athletes

The average age of the participants was 20
Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 12, 2013 - The fourth edition of the TAP (Transition to Professionalism) Program for young athletes was completed on Friday in Ezeiza, Argentina with Argentina coach Javier Weber playing a leading role.

A total of 72 young children - average age 20 years old - from basketball and volleyball participated in the program and received different tools to develop their play towards professionalism.
Key lecturers in addition to Weber were the captain of the Argentine basketball team and of the NBA Luis Scola and Marketing Manager of the Basketball Clubs Association (AdC) Santiago Bloise who talked about sports marketing.

The lecturers during these three days were:
Marketing - Santiago Bloise
Taxes - Accountant Juliana Fernández
Press - Pablo Varsky
Media Training Press - Martin de Rose
Finances - Gabriel Foglia
Sport Medicine - Dr. Nestor Lentini
Injuries - José Ossemani
ENARD - Daniel Jacubovich
Basketball Players Association - Michael Stura
Basketball Clubs Association - Eduardo Bazzi
FeVA - Facundo Rizzone and Osvaldo Celia
Coaches - Javier Weber and Silvio Santander
Referees: - Diego Rougier and Guillermo Paredes
Volleyball Agent - Carlos Prunes


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