Bumblebee Sports and Fitness is an organization that seeks use Sports to empower children and develop their sporting abilities and capabilities. Her vision borders around bringing up disciplined and respectable world-class sports champions not only in Kenya but also in East Africa and beyond. It is designed to be a creative outdoor learning avenue for children aged 4–14 years addressing physical, psychological, social and intellectual development aspects in a young person.
She continually prides herself on offering a complete package with up to date value-added solutions that meet the needs of the developing child. Additionally, extra attention is given to the details and work quality coupled with experienced coaches. This kind of work ethic charts Bumblebee Sports among the best choices to trust in producing the next crop of world-class champions.
Bumblebee Sports saw its establishment in 2011, and ever since, she has developed trust and confidence with all her clients through her innovative coaching solutions and high-quality services. These have resulted in a holistic experience that combines several aspects of child development and healthy fun.
This is tournament series that involves children under the age of 10 years centred around developing world champions. It is one of the baby steps of introducing young beginners, through BT10s, to tennis championships
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This program focuses on introducing and nurturing talent from the less privileged areas, the slums and public schools in the slums. The kids are then integrated into the main program and placed according to their level of play. well-wishers are invited and encouraged to support Bumblebee in supporting these children in cash and/or in kind.
Holiday camps are designed by bumblebee to engage children when they are away from school on holidays. They are arranged in teams where they learn team leadership and also learn multiple sports. The camps are usually educative and full of healthy fun.
School Tennis Program
There is also a Tennis Program that runs in schools in form of clubs and co-curricular activities. Children are introduced to the game of Tennis with basic techniques like eye coordination, movement, grip and rallying. The techniques sessions go up to 12 weeks to prepare the students for mini tournaments. Currently, they take place in the following institutions;