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Designed for players aged 07 to 12, this MHR camp mixes training sessions with several fun
Camps’ coaches emphasize safety and training essentials. They adopt a player-centric approach to maximize development during and after camp.
Sessions cover ball handling, passing, running angles, tackling, rucking, scrum / line-out specifics, attack / defense phases…
Coaches establish a personal rapport and communicate constantly with players. They run a players’ assessment and group players according to rugby IQ and personalized development needs. Training volume & intensity is adapted to the performance level of each group. They also assess individual challenges and strengths to create a personalized development plan.
In a typical day of camp, training sessions alternate with non-rugby activities
MHR was born in 1986 after the merger of the Stade Montpelliérain (1907) and the Montpellier Université Club Rugby (1921).
The new stadium inaugurated in 2007 includes a “Bodega”, restaurants, a gift shop, and offices for both the professional team and the academy. MHR campus also contains a players’ quarter with a secured minor dorm. Facilities include grass pitches, synthetic fields, fitness & wrestling rooms, video analysis rooms, classrooms, multiple locker-rooms, and TV & game rooms…
MHR has a long tradition of youth programs and its Academy consistently ranks among the best in France. MHR youth teams participate every year in multiple finals and win numerous titles.
52% of MHR elite graduates have become Professionals, Olympians or even International players….
The Academy team includes world-rugby level 3 coaches, assistant coaches, program supervisors, hysiotherapists, doctors as well as international players such as Gaëlle Mignot. Active Elite 1 player and level 3 coaches, Gaelle’s player record includes: 5x Elite 1 Champion, 70 caps & National Team Captain, 3x 6 Nations winner- 2 Grand Slams, 2 World Cup participation – 3rd place in 2017.
Located on the MHR campus, the Academy benefits from all MHR facilities and also offers several off campus housing alternatives.
With a club in almost every village, 80,000 registered players, 393 clubs & 700 referees, Occitanie ranks as World Rugby’s 10th largest league. Land of rugby. Occitanie is a tourist destination of choice due to its
2nd largest city in Occitanie after Toulouse, Montpellier attracts students, tourists and startups thanks to its
Situated 10 km (6 mi) inland from the Mediterranean coast, Montpellier takes advantage of the proximity of sandy beaches and snowy mountains. The city also benefits from a moderate climate (mild, damp winters, and hot dry summers).
Airfare and insurance coverage are not included.
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