Ground Breaking Partnership and Launch of Team Maleeva Ambassador Tennis Program
Athletes USA Eastern Europe, Athletes USA and Magdalena Maleeva are happy to announce a ground breaking partnership and the launch of Team Maleeva Ambassador Tennis Program. Magdalena Maleeva, a former WTA World #4 and owner of the Maleeva Tennis Academy will be personally involved in the mentoring and coaching of our future College and Pro tennis stars in Sofia, Bulgaria.
We are looking for the next future stars. The objective of Team Maleeva is to help you develop to become a top tennis professional while earning an education during your development years. After you complete your university education we will help you turn professional by securing sponsors and providing you invites to tennis tournaments during the professional management phase.
Team Maleeva program was developed specifically to help tennis players around the world improve their tennis skills, get priceless advise from a former world Top 10 Tennis Pro and three time Olympian Magdalena Maleeva and help them on their way with college and with a future professional career.
Let the journey begin!
10 Tips to Enjoy Christmas Abroad
Christmas is just around the corner, the streets are filled with festive lights and TV ads won’t let us forget it’s time to spend money on presents for our loved ones.
We are expected to go home and stay with our families, but what are we supposed to do when we can’t make it? The semester is about to finish and the reality that we are going to have to stay abroad for Christmas is unavoidable, but it isn’t the end of the world. You are going to experience Christmas in a new way and you should be excited! Not everyone will be able to experience this, so take advantage of it.
Here are our 10 tips to enjoy Christmas abroad:
Make the Most out of Combines
Summer breaks are made for relaxing right? Not when you’re looking to play college football. Although your sport may be out of season, recruiting is always in season. Some of an athletes most important steps toward being recruited occurs in the summer. Apart from free time to email coaches and plan visits, training camps and combines are a great way for athletes to gain further exposure and catch the eye of recruiters. Continue Reading…
5 Things to do your First Year on Campus
Freshman year, your first real taste of freedom, learning, and being an adult. It’s the year that defines the rest of your college experience whether it be academically or socially now is the time to get things done so here’s some advice for your first year:
Dinning Hall Health Hacks
As you begin to navigate through college one place your going to find yourself a lot of time (especially if your on a meal plan) is the dinning hall. Dinning halls and cafeterias offer all you can eat meals around the clock but, may not offer the “healthiest” options. As a student athlete burning hundreds of calories a day nutrition becomes an important tool to repair muscles, prevent injury, and fuel you throughout the day. Navigating healthier options in a cafeteria can see daunting at times so here’s a few easy hacks to try at your own dinning hall.
5 College Study Hacks
Tips to help students make the most out of their study sessions
College can seem like a lot sometimes, especially if you’re a student athlete. The constant juggling act of balancing class, practice, home work, and a social life can sometimes spiral out of control. Who even has time to study anymore? We’ve created a list of the 5 best study hacks to prevent having a break down during finals week this upcoming semester and optimize the time you do spend studying. Continue Reading…
What the Russian Olympic Ban really means
Russian athletes are banned from competition in the 2016 Olympic Games after evidence of widespread doping and systematic corruption was found within Russia’s track and field establishments. The result of the Russian ban may only open the door for other issues to come to the forefront during the 2016 games.