GLOBAL SCOUT CHRISTIAN KADLETZ
My name is Christian Kadletz. I am a sport enthusiast who loves a good competition. From Golf, to Skiing, to Volleyball, over Basketball, to Football and currently training for my first Iron Man. Whatever gets the heart rate going.
Personally, I had a dream of studying in the USA on a sports scholarship, however I had no chance of displaying my skills to the coaches and therefore I never went. That’s why I am at Warubi today, helping athletes achieve the dreams I didn’t.
“Nobody who ever gave his best regretted it.” George Halas – This is my favorite quote because I believe it sums up every successful person’s view on their past. That no matter how hard the road might seem, if you keep pushing through and keep chasing your dreams, you will not regret the effort you put in to get to where you are.
An additional quote which for me is very inspirational is “Age is no barrier. It’s a limitation you put on your mind.” It’s never too late to make your dreams come true. It’s not your body holding you back, but your mind.
INTERVIEWS AND STORIES
WARUBI Soccer Camps Trailer.
Die Bergmann Brüder Theodor und Johannes. Nur zwei Jahre Altersunterschied trennen die beiden, seit ein paar Monaten aber auch ein Ozean. Theodor ist Profi Deutschland und Johannes Student Athlete in den USA.
Tobias, Luca, and Daniel show us around their training facilities at Monroe College in The Bronx, NY. In an interview they talk about the great opportunities for any athlete by first playing for a top NJCAA school in the USA.
Den Sprung über den großen Teich ebnete Maxi ein Erfurter: Herbert Biste und die Firma “Athletes USA”. Bisher vermittelte der Ex-Rot-Weiß-Erfurt-Spieler und sein team rund 900 deutsche Sportler an US-Universitäten.
Big changes, big chances. Six US-boys follow their dream of becoming a professional soccer player at the International Soccer Academy in Germany.
Following the successful launch in December 2018, the “DFB-Akademie Training Centers” continued this summer, together with WARUBI Sports. Two camps were held in July with over 20 coaches and over 110 young soccer talents in Florida.