Basketball is 2nd Fastest Growing Sport

April 21, 2022


Basketball is the 2nd fastest growing sport among youths and teens around the world. 

It’s fun. It requires easy-to-develop skills. It’s inexpensive to play. Many professionals say it’s addictive.

We are certified teachers who are highly accomplished basketball coaches.

We head one of North America’s longest-running and top summer sports skills-development programs located right here in Saskatchewan. 

We head YAS – Young Athlete Saskatchewan Summer Basketball School.

By sharing this fax, you can help your community know about what a great program we have for them, at whatever their level of athletic ability and basketball experience is from novice, to fundamentals to developing to advanced to very competitive.
 
They’re all welcome and they’ll all learn and develop.

Find out more by visiting our award-winning web site:
www.yas.ca

YAS was founded 46 years ago. Since then 14,938 kids and teens from across Saskatchewan, 8 other provinces and 22 other countries have graduated from YAS summer basketball skills camps.  Many had played little or no basketball before.  They quickly developed their basketball skills, and then returned home and to their regular schools where they excelled.


Play forever!

YAS Admin
Email: info@yas.ca
Saskatoon: 306-242-2425
Regina: 306-585-2020

2022 YAS Basketball Registrations

March 1, 2022


Hi Families! 2022 is here and we are sure you and your family is starting to plan summer events! YAS is back for its 47th year and welcomes all basketball players aged 8 – 16 to register for one or more sessions with family and friends. Call the office for details, Saskatoon: 306-242-2425 or Regina: 306-585-2020.


Play forever!

YAS Admin
Email: info@yas.ca
Saskatoon: 306-242-2425
Regina: 306-585-2020

Kids and Teens will need go get safely out and about this coming summer

March 1, 2022


We are Young Athlete Saskatchewan Inc. (YAS), a long-running summer basketball camps program for kids and teens held every July and August in Regina and Saskatoon.

The YAS Summer Basketball Camps program was co-founded in 1975 as an international women’s year project for girls only in Regina. In 1976 YAS became co-ed. The co-founders were executives, coaches, teachers and other professionals from the Regina Church Basketball Association (RCBA) and the Regina High Schools Athletic Association. During its first 8 years (1975 until 1982), YAS summer camps were a sub-program of the RCBA.

In 1983 YAS was incorporated with the Saskatchewan Government as an independent non-profit charity and also expanded to Saskatoon.

Since its founding, YAS summer basketball camps have graduated 14,938 youths from 278 mainly Saskatchewan communities, but also from 8 provinces and countries as far away as China, Taiwan, Australia, Mexico, England, France, India, the United States, Germany, Italy and numerous African countries.

Over the past two summers, YAS Summer Basketball Camps were 100 percent compliant with Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) COVID19 regulations. COVID had no negative effect at all on YAS and its program quality. Kids and teens from across the province and beyond signed up, developed basketball skills, played, had tons of fun and made new friends at those YAS camps. There was not a single instance of anyone catching COVID.

YAS is headed by professional “A” licensed teachers who are highly accomplished and championship basketball coaches and skills instructors for youths of all levels of athletic ability and playing experience from novice to developing to advanced.

Check us out at: www.yas.ca
We will not divulge your email address with anyone else for any reason, period.


Note: During 2022 grants and private donations will provide “confidential” subsidy funding
where needed to make sure that every youth can afford to attend YAS summer basketball camps.

Check out the subsidies at: https://hallcomm.wordpress.com/

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