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An exciting adventure awaits - The JCC Games begin this week!

Posted: 30-Jul-2015 by Maccabi NSW

By Leanne Shelton

TODAY, a group of very excited, yet nervous, Maccabi NSW basketballers and swimmers are jumping on a plane to Dallas, Texas for the JCC Maccabi Games 2015.

Head of Delegation, Michelle Israel, caught up with editor of Maccabi NSW News, Leanne Shelton, this week to provide some insight into their extensive training and their goals for the Games:

What's the overall vibe from the players at the moment? 

They are both nervous and excited. Nervous about the level of competition they will face and excited for the trip, the new cities, the billet familiies and the chance to represent Maccabi Australia.

How have the players been training/preparing for the games? 

Most have been continuing their own preparation. We had a 3 day training camp in Melbourne over the last holidays. A truly national team struggles to have everyone in the same place at the same time so the athletes have continued their own training regime with input from their coach's where possible.

What are you all most looking forward to?

Representing our country at a well respected competition, being hosted by the wonderful communities of Dallas and Fort Lauderdale and performing to the best of our ability in all areas on and off the sporting arena.

What are you hoping to achieve at the JCC Games?

I am hoping the athletes achieve their personal best, learn a new skill, improve a current skill and gain a realisation that they are a part of a larger global jewish community, all connected through sport.

Good luck to all of our members heading to Dallas - 

14 and Under Basketball
Jack Bassat, Cobi Chrapot, Alon Danby, Dylan Katz, Jarred Kieser (Coach), Toby    Lipton, Tal Ram, Richie Robenstone, Corey Schwartz, Max Vadas, Les Webb (Manager), Noah Webb

16 and Under basketball
Jack Burman, Bailey De Bortoli, Noah De Bortoli, Greg Diamond, Matt Gamerov, Jayden Gordoun, Max Kausman (Coach), Nahar Pleshet, Jordan Spyrides, Jeremy Stein, Aidan Zlotnick

14 and Under Swimming
Taya Carp, Anthony Coghlan (Manager), Isabella Coghlan, Jared Elbourne, Guy Eylon (coach), Damon Glick, Judd Katz, Jesse Nissen, Samuel Penkin



 

31 July 2015

Hello Y'All as they say in Dallas. We are safe, tired, but all well.


 

3 August 2015

Greetings Y'all from Dallas - Michelle Israel

We gathered early to await the evening's event...as soon as the athletes entered the building they were constantly asked about pins etc to swap...I do not think they took the trading seriously until now...and of course, some came a little under prepared...lots of photos with other delegations, snacks and water provided, as we were shepherded towards the entrance, the noise increased and the excitement grew...for a group of athletes who had not participated in an international Maccabi event before, they were in for a surprise!!!!

This evening we were privileged to march as an Australian delegation into the SMU Moody Coliseum to deafening roars from an enthusiastic crowd...lots of cheering, flag waving and an Aussie, Aussie, Aussie heard amongst the crowd, our supporters managed to get seats together and assisted in the enthusiastic greeting that we received.

As we awaited the rest of the delegations, the cheering was very loud for both Mexico and Panama, but, the Israeli's received the loudest cheer...As Dallas entered the stadium, the roof was lifted...our wat of showing appreciation to all the wonderful billet families and their kids.

As we entered earlier in the evening, each member of the games were given a set of dog tags, tonight, every one had the name of one of the Munich 11 athletes and a quote from the talmud...these dog tags will be added to as the games progress...

The ceremony included the athletes oath read by Olympian and former JCC Maccabi Games athlete, Lenny Krayzelburg, the adults oath read by the Games Athletics Chair, Steve Schneider.

We had a very brave 7 year old girl read a speech calling for bone marrow donors...I will try and find the exact link.

We paused for American, Canadian and Israeli national anthems, we did a tribute to the Munich 11 which also involved members of the games standing at the time the name on their dog tags was read out...and then we ended with the JCC Maccabi Games torch beng lit by a Holocaust survivor...

All in all, a wonderful evening.

Game on tomorrow, there is a full schedule in the pool and both basketball teams have 2 games each...until tomorrow

Game on Y'all!

Michelle

 

4 August 2015

Evening y'all from Dallas - By Michelle Israel

What a day we have had...4 games of basketball, and several swimming events including mixed relays...

1. Swimmers:

Event 1 Girls 12-14 50 Yard Freestyle

Name Age Team Finals Time

1 Munoz, Aviva J 14 BOS 26.01 20

2 Evangelist, Zoe 13 DAL 26.48 17

3 Goldberg, Mariel R 14 SF 28.05 16

4 Carp, Taya M 14 AUS 28.07 15

 

Event 2 Boys 12-14 50 Yard Freestyle

Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Nichol, Richard 14 DAL 24.22 20

2 Nissen, Jesse B 14 AUS 25.93 17

3 Penkin, Samuel J 14 AUS 27.06 16

4 Gustafson, Charles 13 CLE 27.08 15

 

Event 6 Boys 12-14 200 Yard Breaststroke Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Katz, Judd E 13 AUS 2:28.72 20

2 Elbourne, Jared M 13 AUS 2:38.83 17

3 Arazi, Yannai 14 ALB/S 2:38.92 16

4 Penkin, Samuel J 14 AUS 2:45.32 15

 

Event 9 Girls 12-14 100 Yard Butterfly

Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Munoz, Aviva J 14 BOS 1:04.90 20

2 Monroe, Brogan E 14 ALB/S 1:13.59 17

3 Kligerman, Adina S 13 ALB/S 1:13.74 16

4 Carp, Taya M 14 AUS 1:14.39 15

 

Event 10 Boys 12-14 100 Yard Butterfly

Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Nichol, Richard 14 DAL 59.98 20

2 Gustafson, Charles 13 CLE 1:00.92 17

3 Nissen, Jesse B 14 AUS 1:07.37 16

4 Elbourne, Jared M 13 AUS 1:07.42 15

 

Event 13 Girls 12-14 500 Yard Freestyle

Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Coghlan, Isabella S 13 AUS 5:24.59 20

2 Munoz, Aviva J 14 BOS 5:28.48 17

3 Weiner, Victoria P 14 DAL 5:59.37 16

4 Myers, Anna L 14 DAL 7:57.40 15

 

Event 14 Boys 12-14 500 Yard Freestyle

Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Nichol, Richard 14 DAL 5:04.79 20

2 Katz, Judd E 13 AUS 5:17.24 17

3 Gustafson, Charles 13 CLE 5:52.46 16

4 Glick, Damon 13 AUS 5:54.43 15

 

Our swimmers are part of a small meet, but were very popular as individuals and as a team. They all swam races today, some feeling the effects of the smaller course (25 yards), others, the heat did not help. All swimmers today received a medal and were glad to get the first day of competition out of the way. Kudos to the parents, most of whom swam the races with their kids at the equivalent of midnight to 3am!!!!!!!

 

2. 14's Basketball

Game 1: Australia 72  v Houston Silver 20 The boys came out really focused and never gave the opposition a chance to get into their groove. A great team effort and a fantastic effort both in defense and offence. The team has really gelled in the time they have spent together both travelling here and socially and this showed in the way they played

Game 2: Australia  59  v Mexico 27

Mexico had also won their morning game quite well so we did not know what to expect but within the first 15 minutes it was clear that the boys had even lifted a cog from the morning. The level of aggression was something I have not seen from them before and they were loud and menacing on defense and encouraging each other throughout.

We are doing all that could be expected and more.

It will be interesting to see when we play some of the better teams who at this stage of the tournament have been having wins equivalent to ours.

But that’s for another day.

 

3. 16's Basketball

Game 1: Australia 16 - Baltimore 52

Game 2: Australia 52 - Houston 32

For a team who had never played together before, the boys struggled a little early on...as the first game progressed the teamwork started to come together. The second game saw the boys step up in both in offence and defense, especially under the boards. The improvement was evident and we came away with a win.

Social event this evening was at Top Golf...there was food, music, driving range, pool tables, dancing, socialising, jenga, green screen...all in all a nice way to unwind.

The athlete drop off, went smoothly, all should now be at home and tucked up in bed...tomorrow sees more swimming, and 2 more games of basketball for each team...there is a host family night and I believe some of the athletes are attending the baseball...stay tuned for Day 2 of competition

 

Please see Maccabi Australia 2015 JCC Games facebook page for some pics

Game on y'all

Michelle

5 August 2015

Greetings Y'all - Michelle Israel

We have had a shorter day today...but...WOW!!! What a day it was...non stop action,heart stopping performances and barely time to breathe...

16's Basketball

Game 1 lost to Greater Washington 62-24

- after an evenly matched 1st quarter the boys appeared to lose their way, and could not stop the points. Offence was often excellent, but the ball simply would not go in the basket. We took a lot from the game and used it in the second game.

Game 2 - lost to Dallas Silver 52-39

The Dallas team opened on fire, making some tough shots and opening up a 10 point lead. Our boys refused to give in, with a strong 2nd quarter fightback. The game was within 2 possessions at several stages, including through to the end of the 4th quarter. The stadium was full of supporters for both sides and had an amazing atmosphere...

 

14's Basketball

Game 1

Dallas Whites 13 v Australia 73

After a slow start where we were down by 4...the boys clicked into gear. There was an even scoring effort by the whole team, he game also allowed Jarred to hone some of the plays that we'll need against sides we will meet later in the tournament.

Game 2

Australia 67 v Dallas Blues 66

What a game! The game was fairly close throughout but Dallas was for the majority of the game in the lead. It was a game of contrasts with Dallas being strong on the 3 pointers and Aussies strong driving and under the ring.

A highlight from the first half was a buzzer beater to end the half off a set play. After a pretty even second half Dallas skipped to a 9 point lead with 3 minutes left in the game.

We gradually pegged them back but with 5 seconds left on the clock, Dallas was 2 points up. In one of those moments I am sure most basketballlers dream of, a sensational buzzer beater 3 point basket from Max Vadas saw us finish the preliminary rounds with a 4-0 record...Well done boys!

 

Swimming

Another medal haul in the pool...I think the swimmers may need excess luggage in some cases on their return home...These kids are pulling out al the stops!

2015 Dallas Maccabi - 8/3/2015 to 8/7/2015 Results - August 4th

 

Event 22 Boys 12-14 50 Yard Breaststroke Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Katz, Judd E 13 AUS 32.82 20

2 Penkin, Samuel J 14 AUS 34.15 17

3 Simon, Yoad 14 ISR 34.83 16

4 Schlosser, Lee 13 DAL 36.56 15

5 Nissen, Jesse B 14 AUS 36.85 14

 

Event 25 Girls 12-14 200 Yard Freestyle

Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Munoz, Aviva J 14 BOS 2:04.01 20 27.74 31.48 32.35 32.44

2 Coghlan, Isabella S 13 AUS 2:06.04 17 29.42 32.03 32.70 31.89

3 Weiner, Victoria P 14 DAL 2:12.94 16

4 Carp, Taya M 14 AUS 2:15.97 15 31.08 34.15 35.77 34.97

 

Event 26 Boys 12-14 200 Yard Freestyle

Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Nichol, Richard 14 DAL 1:55.10 20 26.81 29.68 29.47 29.14

2 Katz, Judd E 13 AUS 2:01.61 17 28.01 30.34 31.53 31.73

3 Elbourne, Jared M 13 AUS 2:03.41 16

4 Gustafson, Charles 13 CLE 2:05.79 15 29.04 32.89 32.54 31.32

5 Penkin, Samuel J 14 AUS 2:08.55 14 29.21 32.49 33.48 33.37

6 Feldman, Jakob T 13 DAL 2:12.07 13

7 Glick, Damon 13 AUS 2:12.47 12

8 Nissen, Jesse B 14 AUS 2:15.83 11 29.74 34.03 35.95 36.11

 

Event 29 Girls 12-14 100 Yard Backstroke Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Munoz, Aviva J 14 BOS 1:03.71 20 30.18 33.53

2 Goldberg, Mariel R 14 SF 1:09.30 17 33.93 35.37

3 Coghlan, Isabella S 13 AUS 1:10.43 16 34.77 35.66

4 Carp, Taya M 14 AUS 1:12.13 15 35.67 36.46

 

Event 30 Boys 12-14 100 Yard Backstroke

Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Nichol, Richard 14 DAL 59.05 20 28.96 30.09

2 Gustafson, Charles 13 CLE 1:00.27 17 29.56 30.71

3 Schlosser, Lee 13 DAL 1:10.24 16 33.58 36.66

4 Glick, Damon 13 AUS 1:10.60 15 34.39 36.21

5 Raanani, Michael 13 ISR 1:14.78 14 35.37 39.41

6 Penkin, Samuel J 14 AUS 1:15.06 13 36.64 38.42

 

Event 33 Girls 12-14 400 Yard IM

Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Evangelist, Zoe 13 DAL 5:05.65 20 34.32 40.10 40.03 39.49 40.13 43.62 34.64 33.32

2 Coghlan, Isabella S 13 AUS 5:13.24 17 33.72 40.18 40.12 39.42 46.52 46.53 34.09 32.66

 

Event 34 Boys 12-14 400 Yard IM

Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Katz, Judd E 13 AUS 4:43.22 20 31.65 35.21 35.88 36.57 40.18 39.99 31.89 31.85

2 Arazi, Yannai 14 ALB/S 4:57.13 17

3 Elbourne, Jared M 13 AUS 5:02.37 16 31.77 38.44 39.63 39.28 43.18 43.44 34.22 32.41

 

Event 37 Girls 12-14 400 Yard Freestyle Relay Team Relay Finals Time

1 REL A A 4:39.80 40

1) Bendalin, Kate O 14 2) Goldberg, Mariel R 14 3) Weiner, Victoria P 14 4) Carp, Taya M 14

43.99 1:36.08 27.78 1:05.26 23.94 58.79 26.54 59.67

 

Event 38 Boys 12-14 400 Yard Freestyle Relay Team R elay Finals Time

1 REL C A 4:11.96 40

1) Simon, Yoad 14 2) Dworkin, Joshua 13 3) Schlosser, Lee 13 4) Penkin, Samuel J 14 30.97 1:03.35 31.87 1:08.90 28.40 1:01.56 27.58 58.15

2 REL A A 4:20.04 34

1) Arazi, Yannai 14 2) Glick, Damon 13 3) Becker, Alec 14 4) Raanani, Michael 13

29.61 1:01.32 30.74 1:04.23 31.76 1:09.08 31.03 1:05.41

3 REL B A 4:32.54 32

1) Bransky, Joshua S 13 2) Gustafson, Charles 13 3) Nichol, Richard 14 4) Nissen, Jesse B 14 45.31 1:45.45 26.52 57.68 16.64 56.94 24.77 52.47

 

Enough from me about yesterday...looking forward to today...

Game on y'all

Michelle


 

6 August 2015

Day 3 of Competition has ended with a splash...a Hurricane Harbor splash...imagine a VERY large water park with massive slides and waterways...there was hot dogs, salad, drinks for dinner and plenty of time to enjoy the rides...

Today also saw the JCC cares project undertaken by all athletes...the Australians all participated in a Meals on Wheels session. During this session they watched a video on statistics and how people are starving and hungry in the greater Dallas area. It showed the athletes what services are provided to these people. The athletes packed boxes with food and snacks, made cards and wrote messages to the recipients. They also decorated birthday cards for the elderly. Most that I spoke to felt as though they had somehow given something back to the Dallas community as a way of saying thank you for the week we have had...ALL our participants did the Australian Jewish community proud by the way they undertook these projects.

As far as competition was concerned...

 

1. Swimming:

An afternoon swimming session (after Day of Cares) brought ore success for the swim team. Taya earned her first individual medal with bronze in the 50 yd butterfly. Judd claimed bronze in the 200yd backstroke and the swim of the day goes to Jesse for who picked up a silver in the 50yd butterfly whilst battling a sore ear.

Jared earned another 2 individual medals. Good all round swims for Sam and Damon chasing an improvement in times. Isabella earned a bronze after missing out on a place earlier. Coach Guy awarded his Midot medal to Josh, one of the Dallas swimmers, for displaying the values of Pride, joy and respect. Despite some adversity, Josh never gave up...all in the true spirit of Maccabi. Full results below...

 

2015 Dallas Maccabi - 8/3/2015 to 8/7/2015 Results - August 5th Event 41 Girls 12-14 50 Yard Butterfly Name Age Team Finals Time

1 Munoz, Aviva J 14 BOS 28.16 20

2 Weiner, Victoria P 14 DAL 31.13 17

3 Carp, Taya M 14 AUS 31.35 16

 

Event 42 Boys 12-14 50 Yard Butterfly

Name Ag e Team Finals Time

1 Gustafson, Charles 13 CLE 27.59 20

2 Nissen, Jesse B 14 AUS 28.73 17

3 Elbourne, Jared M 13 AUS 29.21 16

4 Katz, Judd E 13 AUS 29.80 15

5 Raanani, Michael 13 ISR 31.15 14

6 Feldman, Jakob T 13 DAL 31.21 13

7 Schlosser, Lee 13 DAL 31.24 12

8 Glick, Damon 13 AUS 32.97 11

 

Event 45 Girls 12-14 200 Yard Backstroke Name Age Team Finals Time

1 Munoz, Aviva J 14 BOS 2:17.68 20 30.58 35.01 36.19 35.90

2 Evangelist, Zoe 13 DAL 2:24.06 17 35.34 36.72 36.70 35.30

3 Goldberg, Mariel R 14 SF 2:25.64 16 35.55 37.28 37.33 35.48

4 Coghlan, Isabella S 13 AUS 2:26.27 15 35.72 37.16 37.26 36.13

 

Event 46 Boys 12-14 200 Yard Backstroke

Name Age Team Finals Time

1 Nichol, Richard 14 DAL 2:10.35 20 31.01 33.55 33.33 32.46

2 Gustafson, Charles 13 CLE 2:16.67 17 31.70 34.55 35.63 34.79

3 Katz, Judd E 13 AUS 2:18.71 16 32.53 34.74 35.55 35.89

4 Elbourne, Jared M 13 AUS 2:27.41 15 34.47 37.58 38.62 36.74

5 Glick, Damon 13 AUS 2:33.44 14 35.50 38.61 39.77 39.56

 

Event 49 Girls 12-14 100 Yard Freestyle

Name Age Team Finals Time

1 Munoz, Aviva J 14 BOS 56.84 20 27.18 29.66

2 Evangelist, Zoe 13 DAL 57.68 17 27.95 29.73

3 Coghlan, Isabella S 13 AUS 59.83 16 29.21 30.62

4 Goldberg, Mariel R 14 SF 1:01.23 15 29.64 31.59

5 Carp, Taya M 14 AUS 1:02.01 14 29.69 32.32

6 Feldman, Ariel G 12 DAL 1:03.54 13

 

2015 Dallas Maccabi - 8/3/2015 to 8/7/2015 Results - August 5th Event 50 Boys 12-14 100 Yard Freestyle Name Age Team Finals Time

1 Nichol, Richard 14 DAL 53.26 2 25.52 27.74

2 Elbourne, Jared M 13 AUS 55.55 17 26.43 29.12

3 Gustafson, Charles 13 CLE 59.03 16 28.76 30.27

4 Penkin, Samuel J 14 AUS 59.04 15 28.04 31.00

 

Event 53 Girls 12-14 400 Yard Medley Relay Team Relay Finals Time

1 REL B A 4:49.83 40

1) Goldberg, Mariel R 14 2) Evangelist, Zoe 13

3) Kligerman, Adina S 13 4) Morris, Molly A 12

33.60 1:08.84 34.45 1:12.82 32.53 1:17.49 30.63 1:10.68

2 REL C A 5:15.44 34

1) Coghlan, Isabella S 13 2) Weiner, Victoria P 14

3) Feldman, Ariel G 12 4) Siegel, Rose C 14 36.07 1:14.06 39.84 1:24.69 1:15.59 37.27 1:21.10 3 REL A A 5:50.49 32

1) Bendalin, Kate O 14 2) Monroe, Brogan E 14

3) Carp, Taya M 14 4) Myers, Anna L 14

1:49.30 39.72 1:28.16 33.74 1:15.83 36.01 1:17.20

 

Event 54 Boys 12-14 400 Yard Medley Relay Team R elay Finals Time

1 REL C A 4:42.51 40

1) Schlosser, Lee 13 2) Feldman, Jakob T 13 3) Raanani, Michael 13 4) Nichol, Richard 14

34.00 1:11.10 37.36 1:20.98 35.29 1:14.50 27.69 55.93

2 REL A A 5:16.87 34

1) Penkin, Samuel J 14 2) Bransky, Joshua S 13 3) Elbourne, Jared M 13 4) Steele, Jared D 14

36.47 1:13.93 47.28 1:42.88 30.54 1:07.67 32.79 1:12.39

3 REL B A 5:25.56 32

1) Glick, Damon 13 2) Friedman, Joe E 12 3) Simon, Yoad 14 4) Handler, Bennett M 13 36.00 1:13.60 49.13 24.04 1:03.52

 

2. 16's Basketball

After finishing 11th in the rounds, the boys were looking to redeem themselves and attempt to head into the medal rounds of the Blue tournament (the white tournament is for seeds 1 - 8)...our opponents - Houston...after a strong start, the boys utilised their court time effectively by consolidating the plays they had been honing the previous 2 days...some solid court time saw the players find their stride and together, the team work showed definite improvement. With a vocal cheer squad again leading them on, the boys won 52 - 25. This sees them tomorrow playing New Orleans for a place in the Gold medal game...GOOD LUCK!!!!

 

3. 14's Basketball

These young guns after yesterdays buzzer beater against Dallas, went in to today's seeded game in 3rd place..their opponents, San Francisco, had both height for the end to end court work as well as accuracy from the perimeter...It became evident by the 3rd quarter that frustration was setting in and turnovers did not assist. The boys can hold their heads high...even though they did not win today, (54 - 25), they can be proud that for this tournament they have a 4-1 winning record

 

As I sit here typing this to you all, the delegation whatsapp is buzzing with questions re trading for tomorrow's closing ceremony. It is hard to believe, that we have 1 day to go, before closing out our time in Dallas.

Tomorrow will see a round up of the week and we thank everyone back home for their constant messages of support...it has been a whirlwind week (so far) and we are all looking forward to the closing ceremony (after more medals) tomorrow night.

Game on y'all

Michelle

7 August 2015

Greetings y'all for the FINAL time from Dallas

WHAT a week we have had...from opening ceremony to competition to Top Golf to Hurricane Harbor to more competition, medals and an exciting final day...all topped off with closing ceremony held at Eddie Deen's Ranch...we are tired, hot and happy little vegemites...

 

Swimming:

Judd completed the meet with a silver in the 200IM and a bronze in the 200 butterfly, bringing his total tally to nine medals. Isabella snuck in another medal in the 200IM taking the bronze in the final turn of the freestyle leg. The race of the day, the 100m breaststroke saw the Aussie trifecta, great swims by all boys to fill the dais!

As usual the day was finished with mixed relays for all competitors and a novelty shirt relay!

 

U16 Basketball...

Let us start in reverse....SILVER medal for the boys...and it was hard fought all the way. The game this morning against New Orleans was a fairly even affair...final score of 61 - 54 saw us advance into the gold medal game. The New Orleans boys played a slightly different style of game to us, but the Aussies worked hard and made the shots that counted...we managed to draw away and then hold the come back to ensure we walked away with a medal...colour was the only unknown...

Gold Medal Game...against Dallas...the team we had played earlier in the week who had given us a basketball lesson to say the least...the first half was neck and neck...at one stage it was 22-all with 4 minutes left in the 2nd period...from then on in, it was a constant battle to stem the flow of 3 point shooting. Ultimately, the boys left it all out on the court, and I can proudly report they have won a silver medal...this journeyman team can now look forward to next week in Fort Lauderdale finishing with 3 wins this week... Check out the medal presentation... http://flipagram.com/f/a7kFUeObc1

 

U14 Basketball

The youtube link below is the full game which saw the buzzer beater by Max Vadas if you would like to view http://youtu.be/Nrm89SYwJyg

 

Closing ceremony...what can we say? It was done in true Texan style...the venue included line dancing, a photo with a Texas longhorn bull, rodeo roping, a green screen and for those who wished...some blackjack tables, poker tables and more...a true Texan BBQ for dinner, limited air conditioning helping the athletes prepare for the humidity of Fort Lauderdale...and then the final run home to our drop off point...Trading happening in droves...the adults had more fun than the kids...the trading fair was brutal and often people ended up with no trade if the product was not desired...

 

On to Fort Lauderdale where we hope this weeks experience holds us in good stead for competition...

Thank you for being on this journey with us...we will communicate again after opening ceremony Sunday night...until then.

Game on y'all...Dallas, we thank you and we will miss you.

Michelle

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