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Piedmont TOPSoccer has over 80 athletes with developmental disabilities that live in Fauquier, Prince William and surrounding counties. This polo shirt (note the Blue Ridge (

logo on the sleeve) given to all the coaches that complete US Youth Soccer's national certification class in February is worn by the coaches pictured below. Piedmont TOPSoccer says, "Thanks to organizations like Blue Ridge, we're able to provide this class for free. In addition to volunteers from our special soccer program, we have coaches from other soccer clubs (Culpeper, Woodbridge, Springfie

ld) attending this class, as well as other organizations like "Girls on the Run" that hope to gain a better understanding of how best to coach athletes with different abilities." The Foundation of Blue Ridge Orthopaedics, by way of the Bodies in Motion Race, was able to

donate to TOPSoccer, which in turn, is able to provide training and shirts for these referees.


The information on this blog should not be considered medical advice regarding diagnosis or treatment recommendations.


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