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Recent Posts by Chris Bates

My College Journey – Darius Moulton

Approaching the final months of high school it becomes apparent that the end of your athletic career may be fast approaching and the sport that you’ve put in so much time and effort to may be seeing its competitive conclusion. Up until my meeting with Chris Bates at Study & Play USA this was a situation I found myself in and Continue Reading

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Hasten Slowly – Advice for a Healthy Tennis Career

In lounge rooms all around the world this time of year, I can guarantee there are families with budding tennis players watching the Australian Open in Melbourne.  Some will record, watch and dissect every match; some might tape just their favourite players, whilst others might look at certain players to model their games on. You can also be confident that Continue Reading

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USA College Rugby – A Big Hit Down Under

A 29 strong squad of relatively unknown American rugby players toured South East Queensland last month with a point to prove. From the red soils and freezing winds of the Darling Downs to the spiritual home of Queensland Rugby, Ballymore, America’s best University players, the AIG All American Collegiate team rucked, mauled and tackled their way into the hearts and Continue Reading

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Rugby tackling the USA and taking it by storm!

It’s no secret sport is a big deal in the USA – think football, basketball, and baseball. And it’s fair to say the Americans are pretty good at it – think tennis greats like the Williams sisters, and Pete Sampras, golfing legends like Tiger Woods or any Olympics where they rule the track, field and pool. That American influence can Continue Reading

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