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School May Have Ended, but the Training Never Stops at Sterling's Team Speed!

NEW! Youth Sports Performance Summer Schedule

By Team Speed - May 23, 2017

Parents, we know that the summer break doledrums are inevitable, but Sterling's Team Speed is here to help!

Before your kids have the chance to grumble, "I'm bored", get them signed up for our Youth Sports Performance groups. With 3 separate age groups offered (Elementary, Middle, and High School) every weekday, there's no excuse for the kids to skip a workout. 

Check the website for our NEW summer schedule, beginning June 1st, 2017.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Mallory Pugh Professional Debut

By Team Speed - May 19, 2017

Mallory Pugh will be making her first NWSL appearance tomorrow, May 20th, at 7:00pm ET.

Last month, Mal announced that she would forego her collegiate eligibility at UCLA to play professionally. On Tuesday, she signed with the Washington Spirit and will play in the first game of her professional career tomorrow against FC Kansas City.

We couldn’t’ be prouder of you Mal, and are so excited to watch you tear it up! Go show the NWSL what Sterling’s Team Speed athletes are made of. We will be thinking about you tomorrow and sending you well wishes.

From your Family at Team Speed,
Congratulations and Good Luck! We love you.

Good Luck T!

By Team Speed - May 18, 2017

Even if you’ve only been training with us for a short time, it’s likely that you’ve seen T Dia working with Sterling to get faster and stronger as he continues his professional soccer career.   

Although he carries himself with remarkable humility, T has been recognized time and again for his skills, competitive edge and ability to read the game.

T started training with Sterling at the start of his competitive career, playing for Real Colorado. As he continued his development as a standout soccer player, he attended Mountain Vista High School in which he played for several consecutive state championship titles and was awarded Gatorade Player of the Year in 2011.

Following high school, T’s athletic career continued to flourish as he attended Clemson University in pursuit of a degree in sociology. Not only is T Dia an outstanding individual on the field, but he also set himself apart from his peers in the classroom. In addition to playing 4 seasons of Division I soccer, being named Clemson’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2013, and leading his team to an ACC and league championship in 2014, he also managed to graduate in 3 ½ years.

After graduating, T came back to train with Sterling in hopes of playing professionally. His hard work certainly didn’t go unnoticed, as he was drafted to Kansas City as the 20th pick in the first round in the spring of 2015. He played with Kansas City until July of 2016 when he was drafted to Montreal for the fall season.

Upon returning home, T suffered a foot injury in January that he’s worked tirelessly to rehab from with Sterling. We are so proud of his hard work and determination to return to play faster and stronger. Despite a minor setback, it’s evident that this injury isn’t going to hold T back, as he was called up for a tryout with Phoenix Rising FC.  

We love seeing Sterling’s Team Speed athletes recognized for their hard work and talent. We will be thinking about you, T, as this exciting opportunity approaches.
From your Family at Sterling’s Team Speed,
Good Luck!

President's Cup Champions!

Congratulations to Real Colorado's U13 National Girls Team

By Team Speed - February 21, 2017

Congratulations to Real Colorado's U13 National Girls for winning the President's Cup Tournament in Scottsdale, Arizona! Every year, these girls grind it out with us, putting in that extra work that it takes to become champions. We are wIth you every step of the way - so proud of them!

Companions or Competitors?

The answer is....BOTH!

By Team Speed - January 25, 2017

On the field these ladies are competitors, USA vs CANADA. At Sterling's Team Speed, two sisters at home.  Some of the World's Best Female Soccer Players have been raised playing for Real Colorado and training at Sterling's Team Speed. Pictured here are Janine Beckie (Olympic Bronze Medalist 2016 (Canada) and Jaelene Hinkle (US Women's National Team).  During this Off-Season, both women have been training with Sterling to stay fit and ready to go back into action. Kind of makes you proud!