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Hoop It Up and Kick-It

Improve your skills at this summer's Hoop It Up 3 on 3 basketball tournament and the Kick-It 3 on 3 soccer tournament.

Hoop It Up - 3 On 3 Basketball

The 2005 Hoop It Up basketball tournament is making its way across North America this spring and summer. This event is hitting over 50 cities with a 3 on 3 basketball tournament, a slam dunk contest, a skills challenge and a freestyle dribblin' competition.

This b-ball tournament is open to kids between six and 18 so grab some of your peeps and get your team signed up. Show the rest of your city that you got game! Even if you haven't played a lot of baskeball before, you'll still get a chance to improve your game and meet some new friends. For more info on Hoop It Up locations and schedules head to www.hoopitup.com.

Kick-It 3 On 3 Soccer

The Kick-It 3v3 Soccer Shootout National Soccer Tour is a series of outdoor, small-sided soccer tournaments for teams of all abilities - ages five to adult. The game is played on a small sided field (30 x 40 yards) with small goals (4 x 8 feet) with no goalies. It's a great way to improve your offensive skills in a soccer game that's fun and fast-paced. This tournament will be travelling to more than 40 cities across the United States and Canada. For more info on the Kick-It 3 on 3 Soccer Tournament, head to www.kick3v3.com.

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