Tag: Sports

Youth Sports Clinics – An Introductory Opportunity to a Specific Sport

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Culture & Lifestyle, Sports

Youth Sports Clinics – An Introductory Opportunity to a Specific Sport

By Estela Camacho

With the number of youth sport choices, it can be somewhat of a challenge to know what sports are available, for what age and what organization runs them. Some organizations run their programs based on their sport season and some offer their sport year-round. A variety of organizations are now holding clinics, offering parents an…

New Year’s Resolution- Investing in Your Child’s Sports Participation

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New Year’s Resolution- Investing in Your Child’s Sports Participation

By Estela Camacho

Happy New Year, Tribuna readers, Tribuna officers and Tribuna editorial staff!! It’s time for self-assessment, reflection and planning for the upcoming year, 2019! This is the time when people take a brief moment to internalize 2018 and discover what they perceive to be a need for change, add something of value or simply remove something…

Defining Success in Youth Sports

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Culture & Lifestyle, Sports

Defining Success in Youth Sports

By Estela Camacho

We end each sport season with some form of celebration: banquets, picnics, house parties, dinners; the list goes on. There is much to be said about who receives a participation medal or a trophy, a distinguished letter or even some words of praise. We know of teams that pride themselves on trophy titles such as:…

The Message is Loud and Clear; We Need to Get Our Youth Involved in Physical Activity

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Culture & Lifestyle, Sports

The Message is Loud and Clear; We Need to Get Our Youth Involved in Physical Activity

By Estela Camacho

At times, we think we can’t possibly add more youth activities to our plate on a daily basis, yet statistics show that our youth are still not getting enough exercise. Many who are involved in multiple organized youth sports see a decline in participation and an increase in screen time. Commitment expectations, parents working more…

Coach and Parent Relationships, How Important Are They?

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Culture & Lifestyle, Sports

Coach and Parent Relationships, How Important Are They?

By Estela Camacho

Do you remember being enthusiastic about your child participating in a sport or similar extra-curricular activity? Did you long for the day that your child would kick the soccer ball, wrestle on a mat, chant a sideline cheer at a football game or hit a baseball off a Tee? As children begin to learn skills…

Danbury Organized Youth Sports Choices Are on the Increase

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Danbury Organized Youth Sports Choices Are on the Increase

By Estela Camacho

Our town of Danbury is rich in many areas, from cultural diversity, schools of excellence, amazing visual and performing arts, and exceptional athletic accolades, commencing with youth sports and culminating in the high schools and beyond. While I would like to comment on all of the above, my concentration is in youth sports. If you…

Let’s Get Fit and Have Fun!

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Let’s Get Fit and Have Fun!

By Estela Camacho

The Danbury Athletic Youth Organization (DAYO) Annual Speed and Agility Camp is back for the fourth year! We are an organization that offers a variety of athletic activities to the children in our community and nearby towns. We pride ourselves in conducting constant evaluation of all our programs each year to see where we can…

Call for Volunteers

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Call for Volunteers

By Estela Camacho

Volunteering in sports is indispensable and vital. We are very well aware that a good majority of parents are already volunteering at a school, a non-profit, a place of worship, work events or community events. How could we possibly ask for more in addition to what they contribute? It is simple; the Danbury Athletic Youth…

Opening a Door to a Future in the Sports World

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Opening a Door to a Future in the Sports World

By Estela Camacho

Many athletes, along with their parents, dream of receiving a scholarship to go to a top college or university and play a sport. Those fortunate enough to attain that goal believe that it is a path that can ultimately lead to playing a major professional sport. Statistics show very few athletes receive full scholarships to…

The DAYO Lightning Track and Field Team

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The DAYO Lightning Track and Field Team

By Estela Camacho

On November 13, 2017, the DAYO Lightning Track and Field Team embarked upon its first indoor season. The lightning track team started in the spring of 2011, the brainchild of a discussion on a bus ride home from a Pee Wee Trojan football game. Shortly thereafter, it became a part of the Danbury Youth Athletic Organization…