Kids with Type 1 Diabetes Ages 10-17 are invited to
The Chris Dudley Basketball Clinic
Chris Dudley, former NBA center, was diagnosed at age 16 with type 1 diabetes. Chris was determined to overcome all obstacles to play basketball professionally. He is now a 16-year veteran, known for his rebounding, shot blocking and defensive skills on the court. He is also recognized as a role model off the court. The Dudley Foundation was created by Chris in 1994 as a means to work with kids who have diabetes so that they may pursue their dreams. In 1995, Chris developed a one-of-a-kind basketball camp.
The Dudley Foundation continues to empower and encourage kids with diabetes through education, awareness and advocacy.
A Day at Chris' Clinic
8:00 am Arrivals and registration*
9:00 am Clinic begins
Basketball skills & instruction I
10:30 am Snack (provided)
Basketball skills & instruction II
12:30 pm Lunch (provided)
Basketball skills & instruction III
2:30 pm Snack (provided)
Basketball skills & instruction IV
3:30 pm Parents Q&A session with Chris Dudley*
4:00 pm Closing ceremonies with Chris Dudley*
4:30 pm Clinic ends*
* Parents are required to attend.
Note: time subject to change
PARENTS, REGISTER YOUR CHILD FOR THIS ONE-DAY BASKETBALL CLINIC TO IMPROVE BASKETBALL SKILLS AND LEARN HOW TO CONTROL DIABETES WHILE PLAYING AN INTENSIVE SPORT
Saturday, June 3, 2006
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
National Institute of Fitness and Sport
250 University Blvd., Indianapolis
(need based scholarships available)
Space is limited to the first 60 kids
Last Updated: Thursday February 27, 2014 19:28:20
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