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Charlie Coyle, NHL, Talks Sniper Skin Hockey Grips!

Charlie Coyle, NHL, Talks Sniper Skin Hockey Grips!

Check Out NHL's Charlie Coyle Talking About Sniper Skin Hockey Grips!Charlie Coyle, NHL, talks Sniper Skin Hockey Grips

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So You Want to Get Recruited? Here are Three Tips to Help You Take More Control of Your Recruiting

So You Want to Get Recruited?  Here are Three Tips to Help You Take More Control of Your Recruiting

So You Want to Get Recruited?  Here are Three Tips to Help You Take More Control of Your Recruiting Experience

Please read the title again. Do you notice the words “You” and ”Your”? They stand out to me.  Many parents take control of the recruiting process for their student-athlete and, in my opinion, that factor could contribute to the lack of fulfillment some student-athletes experience throughout their collegiate careers.  Is it your dream to play collegiately? Coaches want to hear from you, not from your grownups.   Read More.....

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How To Design Your Own Sports Grip

griptomizer design your own grip

A unique grip, designed by you! It's so easy Step 1 pick your color. Step 2 Add an image. Step 3 Add text. You're Done Preview & Purchase :)

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Sniper Skin Signs Partnership with Team Canada Softball Athlete, Joey Lye

Sniper Skin Signs Partnership with Team Canada Softball Athlete, Joey Lye

Sniper Skin, a Canadian manufacturer of the most innovative, custom fit, personalized sports grips, today announced their official partnership with Professional Athlete and Team Canada Softball Player, Joey Lye.

 play like a team canada pro

A Toronto native and former NCAA softball coach, Lye is committed to to providing access to affordable player development as National Director of Fielding for Area Scouts and her one-on-one video drills training through the Entourage app. Joey is an active athlete within multiple professional organizations having played in the inaugural season of Athletes Unlimited in 2020, for the Canadian Wild of Southern Illinois in 2019, and coming up on her 12th year with Team Canada.

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