BGS International Summer Camp 2016. Testimonies: Seif Elfiky (Canada / Egypt) Marta Latorre (Spain) and Tato Mancilla (Colombia)
Tato Mancilla did the three weeks of the BGS International Summer Squash Camp 2016. Marta Latorre did one week and had to leave us because of injury; and Seif Elfiky was on our Camp during the last week. After that, he did another week of a Personalised Program. Continue reading Seif Elfiky – Marta Latorre – Tato Mancilla.
BGS International Summer Camp 2016. Testimonies: Morgan Steelman (USA) Tyler Carney (USA) and Jesús Gallardo (SPAIN)
Morgan Steelman and Tyler Carney both did the three weeks of the BGS International Summer Squash Camp 2016. Jesús Gallardo did two weeks. Continue reading MORGAN STEELMAN – TYLER CARNEY – JESÚS GALLARDO.
BGS International Summer Camp 2016. Testimonies: Tess Jutte (Nederlands) and Duncan Joyce (USA)
Tess Jutte and Duncan Joyce both did the three weeks of the BGS International Summer Squash Camp 2016. Continue reading TESS JUTTE. DUNCAN JOYCE. Testimonies
BGS International Summer Camp 2016. Testimonies: Madison Soukup (USA) and Wesley Fang (China)
Madison and Wesley both did the three weeks of the BGS International Summer Squash Camp 2016. Continue reading Testimonies: MADISON SOUKUP-WESLEY FANG
BGS International Summer Camp 2016. Testimony: Omar Elfiky (Egypt and Canada)
OMAR ELFIKY, 18 years old, from Egypt and Canada
Omar Elfiky, 18 years old, from Egypt but with double nationality and living in Canada, was on the BGS International Summer Squash Camp 2016 during the last of the 3 weeks. After that, he did a 1 week personalised program:
Continue reading OMAR ELFIKY: Testimony
BGS International Summer Camp 2016. Testimony: Hannah Seckendorf (USA).
HANNAH SECKENDORF, 18 years old, from New York.
She was on the BGS International Summer Squash Camp during the last week of the 3. After that, she did a 1 week personalised program:
Continue reading Testimony: HANNAH SECKENDORF
Claudio Pinto. Training in BGS.
“My name is Claudio Pinto and I am a Portuguese professional squash player.
At this moment I am simultaneously finishing my academic activities in Porto, Portugal and striving every day to improve my squash.
In this sense, I recently went to Barcelona to train with Víctor Montserrat at BGS and after an intense and super professional week of squash, I was immediately convinced that my future in the short term means working with him.
Professionalism, super effective method, motivator and a contagious passion for squash, are more than enough reasons to convince everyone.”
CLAUDIO PINTO (1.995).
Portuguese Men’s Nº 1. 222 PSA.
DUNCAN JOYCE. Training in BGS.
I travelled to Barcelona in the summer of 2015 to study Spanish and play squash with Víctor Montserrat. Out of all the Spanish studying I have done in Spain, this was by far my best and most successful experience. I was able to play squash with some of the best players in all of Spain, who all train under Victor, and was able to live and hangout with his family. After just 2 weeks, I left with a huge increase in my level of speaking Spanish, and learned a lot from Victor on the squash court. I had a great time and can’t wait to go back!.”
DUNCAN JOYCE (1999).
Ranking: Nº1 U17 USA.
Tess Jutte. Training in BGS.
“Training in Barcelona. I am from the Netherlands and have been training fulltime with Víctor Montserrat in Barcelona since April 2015. For me this is the perfect combination to train fulltime and learn Spanish at the same time. In the last few months, my squash has improved a lot and I have become much fitter.
I hope to keep Barcelona as my training base for a much longer period. I have private lessons with Victor, physical training, and train together with professionals.”
TESS JUTTE (1997).
Ranking: Nº1 U19 Holland.
NILO VIDAL. Training in BGS.
“My name is Nilo Vidal, I am the Spanish U19 Champion. However, when I first started training with Victor I had a mental block which stopped me from improving and advancing in my game; no sooner did I start training with Victor, than it disappeared.
Victor motivates you, he teaches you how to play, and what is more important, he lives intensively every moment of his coaching. I am very happy training with him, he’s a great coach, and he teaches you what playing squash is all about.”
NILO VIDAL (1998).
Ranking: Spanish Nº1 U19.