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Are you ready for a fabulous sporting adventure in your gap year?

21:42:25 23.10.2009 posted by admin at 21:42:25 23.10.2009

Sport LivedPut water polo at the centre of your gap year or vacation experience and explore life in an exciting overseas destination. Whether you want to spend 6 months or 6 weeks away, a Sport Lived water polo programme may just be the perfect way to combine sport, adventure and travel.

Water Polo: 8 week experience in Australia
Duration: 2 months
Cities: Brisbane

Water Polo: Play the season in Australia
Duration: 5 months
Cities: Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney

Water Polo: Play the mini season in Australia
Duration: 3 months
Cities: Melbourne, Brisbane

From www.sportlived.co.uk:

"The Sport Lived mission is to help young people explore the world through sport. By combining playing or coaching sport with a gap year, their programmes enable participants to become integrated into a local community through their sports club or academy becoming a second family.

"Playing or coaching sport provides a framework for your time away; supplement this with travel, work experience and a whole new group of friends and that’s the Sport Lived experience in a nutshell.  The Sport Lived network ensures our participants and their families always feel secure and we offer a unique level of support. Our dedicated UK staff, pre-departure briefings and local overseas programme co-ordinators all ensure that programmes run smoothly.

"We are passionate that our participants make the most of their time overseas.  We organise regular social events and excursions, which ensure a fantastic experience for all. Our staff and gap year programme co-ordinators also assist participants in finding work, dealing with any issues which may arise and co-ordinating travel plans – that’s the great thing about our commitment to a personal experience."

To find out more visit www.sportlived.co.uk

 


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