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Tabi Love: 5 Things Different About Poland

Pro athlete, Tabi Love, shares some very interested facts with us about what she has noticed about Poland since moving there to play volleyball. Five Things That Make Poland Unique: 1. Upon greeting, Poles kiss 3 times (not two like some other countries) 2. The city that I live in…

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Molly Brewster: Love from Afar

Being a professional athlete is hard in itself, but then throw in things like: being away from home, not knowing anyone, a new language, all new food, and on top of it all a long distance relationship and it reaches a whole new level of difficulty.  Today I am going…

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How do I pack to play overseas for 9 months?

Typing up an exact list for what to pack when playing overseas is extremely hard, so we decided to share advice and tips passed down from other athletes playing abroad along with things they wish they would have known before taking the big leap in hopes to give you more insight…

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38 Professional Athletes and what they can’t travel without

Joshua Walker PlayStation, Projector Phone/Tablet Computer Toiletry bag. I can live on an island for years as long as I have these things. Rachel Krabacher   Smart phone: this is your connection to the world back home! Electric adaptors Notebooks and pens for journaling, taking notes or just doodling Computer: TV is…

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Women’s Volleyball

Rachael Adams My Scenic Route  Features on our blog Sonja Newcombe Adventures in Siberia Features on our blog Sarah Ammerman ArOuNDtH3WorLd… Features on our blog Kayla Jeter Adventures of Little Mixed Girl Features on our blog Lauren Gibbemeyer Lost in Translation Features on our blog  Jenna Hagguland Working hard, playing harder…

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Mike Bruesewitz: Survival Guide to Playing Basketball Overseas

Fox Sports Wisconsin February 25, 2014 I have been abroad for almost four months now and have figured quite a few things out about both myself and this new profession I am in. With this being my first year of hopefully many still playing basketball either overseas or in the…

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Katie Fuller: First Season Overseas, CHECK!

Katie Fuller’s first season overseas checklist of notes: Things I would do differently would be bringing siracha and funfetti cake mix 😉 Also, knowing that you will have down time, picking a new hobby or taking free online classes for something that interests you to make use of your free…

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Alyssa D’Errico: The glory of Paris mixed with the first two losses….

October 21st, 2013 So I know it has been a while since I have written but things start to get crazy when matches pick up, travel is abundant and visitors start appearing.  However all of these things are the best part of playing overseas so I intend to share plenty…

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Savanah Leaf: A Resolution To Eat Healthier

What does eating healthy mean to me?  Being an athlete, I must provide my body with the fuel it needs to perform at an optimum level without overeating and consuming foods with excessive amounts of sugar and fat. So I have decided to keep this healthier lifestyle very simple by…

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John Gilchrist: Engaged and overseas Q&A

The Family Life of an Overseas Professional Basketball Player by Susan Zaro 02-12-2010 08:24 PM Family Life | Human Relations John Gilchrist’s overseas basketball career began in 2006, when he left the University of Maryland on the chance he would be selected in the NBA draft. When he wasn’t selected, he was offered the opportunity to…

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