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August 2019

Tennis Novice Plus (2.5-3.0)

August-6 to August-20, 2019 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Novice Plus is where even more fun begins. Top spin for your forehand, slice for the backhand and a consistent serve. Players will be introduced to tactics and strategies for singles and doubles as you develop your skills in low key competitive play with your classmates. Coach ratio is 6:1. We coach hard and push your fitness. Our goal is for the Novice Plus player to be able to play a game in almost any social setting and practice and…

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Tennis Lower Intermediate (3.0)

August-6 to August-20, 2019 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Lower Intermediate and Intermediate courses are designed to help you improve skills you already have and add spin, speed and evil to your techniques and tactical planning. Our goal is to get you ready for the summer tournaments from Stanley Park to playing the local court champ. 5 x 2 hr sessions. For more info or questionable weather check at: www.gordhaukastennis.com.

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Tennis Beginner (1.0-1.5)

August-14 to August-21, 2019 from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Get Fit! Learn New Skills! Have Fun! Make New Friends!Our Beginner 10 hour course is designed to show you and develop all the fundamentals of the game. Players are grouped as to skill level 6 players to 1 coach. We coach weekly themes on techniques and tactics whilst developing your match skills with a great bunch of people. Our goal for the Beginner and Novice Coaching courses to give you the basic skills that will allow you to get out…

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September 2019

Ride the Road

September-15 to September-15, 2019 from 12:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Multipurpose Room, 2690 Larch Street
Vancouver, BC V6K 4K9 Canada

Ride the Road is one of HUB Cycling's most popular public courses, targeted to people who already ride a bike but want to gain the skills and confidence needed to cycle for urban transportation. This 4.5-hour course begins in the classroom reviewing the BC Motor Vehicle Act and various traffic scenarios before moving onto bikes for a hands-on experience riding on city streets. Under the guidance of HUB Cycling's experienced instructors, participants will practice fundamental cycling skills and navigate various…

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