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Jul
13
Fri
The Darius Turner Foundation Football Academy Ages 13-18 @ Grant Union High School
Jul 13 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
The Darius Turner Foundation Football Academy Ages 13-18 @ Grant Union High School

Darius Turner (Kansas City Chiefs)

Kimble Anders (Kansas City Chiefs)

Lincoln Kennedy (Oakland Raiders)

Napolean Kaufman (Oakland Raiders)

Chris Claiborne (Detroit Lions)

Don Willis (Kansas Chiefs)

THIS IS FOR KIDS AGES 13-18 YEARS OLD ONLY.

The goal of these camps are to teach participants the mental skills that are important for
both sport and life. We believe that if sport is to serve as an effective model for learning life
skills, the sport experience must be designed with this goal in mind. Success is not an unplanned
outcome of sports participation. It occurs when athletes compete against themselves– more
specifically, when that competition is focused on maximizing their own potential and achieving
their goals. In other words, when athletes are as concerned with knowing themselves as they are
with proving themselves, sport becomes an essential element in personal growth and selfexpression.
Achieving excellence in sport requires more than passion and skill, character must
also be developed. If all three are taught, it is possible to attain personal and performance
excellence.

Jul
14
Sat
The Darius Turner Foundation Football Academy Ages 6-12 @ Grant Union High School
Jul 14 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
The Darius Turner Foundation Football Academy Ages 6-12 @ Grant Union High School

Special guest to include:

Darius Turner (Kansas City Chiefs)

Kimble Anders (Kansas City Chiefs)

Lincoln Kennedy (Oakland Raiders)

Napolean Kaufman (Oakland Raiders)

Chris Claiborne (Detroit Lions)

Don Willis (Kansas Chiefs)r

THIS IS FOR KIDS AGES 6-12 YEARS OLD ONLY.

The goal of these camps are to teach participants the mental skills that are important for
both sport and life. We believe that if sport is to serve as an effective model for learning life
skills, the sport experience must be designed with this goal in mind. Success is not an unplanned
outcome of sports participation. It occurs when athletes compete against themselves– more
specifically, when that competition is focused on maximizing their own potential and achieving
their goals. In other words, when athletes are as concerned with knowing themselves as they are
with proving themselves, sport becomes an essential element in personal growth and selfexpression.
Achieving excellence in sport requires more than passion and skill, character must
also be developed. If all three are taught, it is possible to attain personal and performance
excellence.