Development Camps

Premier Rugby Sevens Development Camps are tailored for both aspiring players seeking skill advancement and newcomers eager to explore rugby. With the PR7s coaching staff and top-tier athletes from across the globe, attendees receive elite instruction in a supportive environment. Whether you’re looking to hone your abilities or discover the sport for the first time, these camps welcome participants of all levels.

At certain camps, PR7s will provide coaching development opportunities, including on-field experiences and classroom sessions. PR7s is committed to expanding not only the sport itself at the youth level but also coaches’ understanding of tactics and techniques. These sessions offer coaches the chance to glean insights from Olympic and national-level coaches.

For more information on PR7s community events this summer and happenings in your area click here.

Kansas City Development Camp

The KC Development Camp marks the debut of PR7s’ camp series. This camp is strategically located in the greater Kansas City area, offering developmental opportunities for local players while also serving as a central hub for those willing to travel and learn from top-notch coaches to enhance their skills.

Boys and Girls, Incoming 9th-12th Graders
July 23-25, 2024

The University of Kansas Health System Training Center, home of the KC Current
1 Teal Rising Wy
Riverside, MO 64150
Map

Pricing:

Early Bird (5/15 – 6/5): $295
Regular (6/6-6/30): $395
FLASH SALE! (7/8-7/10): $395
Late (7/1 – 7/19): $495

**Packed lunches are preferred but a catered lunch for Wed. & Thurs. is an additional add on for $50. This can be added during the registration process. (optional) 

Group Rate:
If you would like to register a group of 10+ players please contact raquel.macias@prsevens.com for group rates.

Registration Includes:

  • Full kit (training jersey, shorts, socks, and t-shirt)
  • Top-notch coaching from National, professional, and collegiate coaches
  • Skill building through hands on training and film sessions
  • Copy of training film to use towards recruiting

Coaches:

Richie Walker – 2020 & 2016 Olympic Coach, PR7s Head of Scouting
Emil Walton – Rocky Mountain Experts Coach, Louisville Men’s Head Coach, 2024 NCR National Champion
T Fletcher – New York Locals Coach, American International College Women’s Head Coach, First female to take a Men’s DI program to a national platform

Schedule:

July 23
10:00AM: Check in and headshots
12:30PM: Introduction meeting
1:00PM-3:00PM: Field Training

July 24
8:30AM: Classroom Film Session
9:00AM-11:15AM: Field Training
11:15AM-12:30PM: Lunch and Olympic 7s watch party
12:30PM-1:00PM: Classroom Film Session
1:00PM-3:00PM: Field Training

July 25
8:30AM: Classroom Film Session
9:00AM-11:15AM: Field Training
11:15AM-12:30PM: Lunch
12:30PM-1:00PM: Classroom Film Session
1:00PM- Warm up
1:15PM-3:00PM: Games

Register between now and July 10th for a 20% discount!

Kansas City Coaches Development Session

Under the guidance of 2020 & 2016 Olympics Coach Richie Walker and other professional coaches, we’re dedicated to empowering coaches across the US to deepen their understanding of the game. Our mission involves dissecting tactics, refining coaching plans, and much more. Development experiences will occur through insightful classroom sessions where we’ll review coaching tactics, pathways, and a Q&A session.

Coaches of All Levels
July 24, 2024
| 6-8 PM ET
Location: Virtual via Goole Meet
Price: $25

Leaders:
Richie Walker – 2020 & 2016 Olympic Coach, PR7s Head of Scouting
Emil Walton – Rocky Mountain Experts Coach, Louisville Men’s Head Coach, 2024 NCR National Champion
T Fletcher – New York Locals Coach, American International College Women’s Head Coach, First female to take a Men’s DI program to a national platform

Outline:
How do you structure a training session?
How do you structure a training week?
What’s the main focus you start with?
Do you coach girls and boys differently?
Do you coach age grades differently?
What experiences have our coaches had in coaching?
What are the differences between coaching your team and a camp?
Advice for coaches?
Q&A