The plane approached Santiago, Chile with the giant endless blue sky above, the regal turquoise Pacific Ocean below, and the giant snowcapped Andes Mountains facing us. We were thousands of miles away from the beauty that is Israel and yet in that same moment I felt so closely connected to her. It was in that moment I realized just how beautifully the international Maccabi Games, no matter what country they are held in, unifies some of the world’s greatest Jewish athletes, and Jewish people as a whole.

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(Medals from the 2015 Pan American Maccabi Games, Dan in the center)

In the early 2000s, I was participating in the JCC Maccabi Games and in PGA Junior Golf Tournaments. I was introduced to Maccabi USA in 2004 when I was approached to try out for Team USA’s Juniors Golf team at the 2005 Maccabiah Games. After competing in the U.S. qualifier, I made it! This was my first opportunity to compete at the World Maccabiah Games, and the tournament took place at Caesarea Golf Club in Israel. Since that fateful day in 2004, I have participated, both as a coach and an athlete, at the 2005 & 2013 Maccabiah Games, the 2006 Maccabi Australia International Games, and most recently at the 2015 Pan American Maccabi Games. My excitement level to meet, compete, and share/create memories with so many people from around the world while in Chile was the same as it was leading up to Israel nearly eleven years ago.

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(Juniors’ Golf Team at the 2005 Maccabiah Games, Dan second from the left)

International Maccabi Games are about far more than Golf, Basketball, Field Hockey, Track, Volleyball, Soccer, Swimming- to name just a few of the large range of sporting events that occur at these Games. They are about introducing the world’s Jewish population to each other and more significantly, introducing the world to the spirit of Jewish altruism.  During the recent Pan American Maccabi Games, we spent as much time with our Tzedakah Projects, giving back to the Chilean Jewish and non-Jewish communities by visiting hospitals, supporting local patients with vital supplies and creating food baskets for those in need, as we did competing in our individual sporting events.

During my time in Chile, I realized I am just one of the many thousands of people who participate in the World, European, and Pan American Maccabi Games. There are so many Jews from all over the WORLD sharing their cultures, traditions, and peaceful spiritualism with one another. This past summer the European Maccabi Games were hosted in Berlin, Germany, which I unfortunately could not attend. When these Games commenced, Team USA had played a major role in creating the largest gathering of Jews congregating in Berlin since the Holocaust.

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There is no doubt that competing for my country in Israel and Australia and coaching in Israel and Chile hold some of my life’s greatest memories. It doesn’t hurt that I/we’ve been able to win some medals along the way :). That being said, the most meaningful aspects of these life-changing adventures are the friendships that were sparked and the relationships I have developed with so many special people from a wide range of ages and diverse backgrounds. This year in Chile, our Maccabi experience transformed us all from foreign tourists to members of a world community. We saw the beauty of the land, we met the people who lived in this country, some less fortunate than others but all of whom were courteous, and appreciative of our presence.

This was the perfect setting for our Maccabi family of athletes, coaches, and administrators to create lifetime friendships. I am eternally blessed for this experience and to be a part of the Maccabi USA family.

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Previously:

Swimming for a Purpose with Sarah Solomon

Maccabi USA Field Hockey with Rebekah Abrams

Breaking the International Maccabi Games Golf Scoring Record at the European Maccabi Games

Ori Hoffer on Preparing for his First Maccabi USA Experience

Half Marathon with Melissa Perlman

Women’s Soccer with Catie Chase

Coaching at the EMG with Scott Garson

Maccabi USA Soccer with Morry Steinbach

Prepping for the European Maccabi Games with Zak Elfenbein

Maccabi Memories with Caroline Post

Maccabi Memories with Dallen Stanford

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Halpern

Maccabi Memories with Charly Santagado

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Monheit

Maccabi Memories with Lenny Krayzelburg

Maccabi Memories with Rachel Magerman

Maccabi Memories with Noah Springwater

Maccabi Memories with Stuart Weitzman

 

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A swimmer for most of her life, Sarah Solomon’s first experience with Maccabi USA came in Berlin at the 2015 European Maccabi Games, where she won a whopping seven medals, three gold, three silver and one bronze.  Despite her resounding success, Sarah’s fondest memories include “breaking the record for the largest Kabbalat Shabbat and building relationships with Jews from all around the world.”

Relationships are the main reason Sarah became involved with Maccabi USA in the first place. Prior to the European Maccabi Games, Sarah attended three JCC Maccabi Games, where she met her best friend, Abby Shapiro. “Honestly, I did not initially enjoy my first JCC Games,” recalls Sarah. “Kids that age can be cruel bullies. Noticing I was having a difficult time, Abby, who was great at making friends, hung out with me instead of the rest of the team, and we became inseparable.”  Sarah and Abby were introduced to the European Maccabi Games during the 2014 JCC Games.  They filled out applications, were accepted, and were ready and excited for the trip of a lifetime together.

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Unfortunately, in the spring before the Games in Berlin, Abby was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer. Bedridden and unable to swim, Abby had no choice but to drop from the team.  In her honor, all 13 members of Maccabi USA’s Swim Team in Berlin drew Abby’s initials on their shoulders with sharpies, as pictured below. “While we were in Berlin, Abby was following the results and constantly texting me to congratulate me on my swims,” Sarah said.

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One month after Team USA’s return from Germany, Abby passed away from her battle with cancer; her funeral was attended by more than 600 people. For Sarah, swimming and Maccabi USA took on a deeper meaning. “I was unsure if I wanted to go to the Pan American Maccabi Games,” admits Sarah. “Ultimately, I decided to go and represent Abby Shapiro, an amazing swimmer and an even better friend.”

In just about three weeks, Sarah and the rest of Team USA will depart for the Pan American Maccabi Games, and she is excited. “I can’t wait to make more great relationships as I did in the European Maccabi Games,” remarks Sarah. “I know I will enjoy it just as much, but I am excited for the experience to be new in and of itself!”

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Previously:

Maccabi USA Field Hockey with Rebekah Abrams

Breaking the International Maccabi Games Golf Scoring Record at the European Maccabi Games

Ori Hoffer on Preparing for his First Maccabi USA Experience

Half Marathon with Melissa Perlman

Women’s Soccer with Catie Chase

Coaching at the EMG with Scott Garson

Maccabi USA Soccer with Morry Steinbach

Prepping for the European Maccabi Games with Zak Elfenbein

Maccabi Memories with Caroline Post

Maccabi Memories with Dallen Stanford

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Halpern

Maccabi Memories with Charly Santagado

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Monheit

Maccabi Memories with Lenny Krayzelburg

Maccabi Memories with Rachel Magerman

Maccabi Memories with Noah Springwater

Maccabi Memories with Stuart Weitzman

 

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The day Rebekah Abrams returned from the recent European Maccabi Games in Berlin, she immediately asked her parents if she could “pretty please” attend the upcoming Pan American Maccabi Games.  “I just wanted to do it again so badly,” said Rebekah. “My parents were very supportive and I am very thankful to them for that.”

Rebekah, currently studying to be a Biomedical Engineer with a minor in Judaic Studies at the University of Rochester, hadn’t heard of Maccabi USA until speaking with her good friend Daniella Rabin, who competed at the 2013 Maccabiah Games as a Juniors Gymnast.  Daniella knew how serious Rebekah took Field Hockey (she plays on Rochester’s Field Hockey team), and suggested she look into participating at the 2015 European Maccabi Games. “I started to really look into the opportunity,” recalled Rebekah. “And the more I learned, and the more I spoke with Daniella, the more I knew I had to go to Germany.”

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Although Maccabi USA’s Open Women’s Field Hockey team at the European Maccabi Games did not achieve their goal of winning a medal, Rebekah described her time in Germany in glowing fashion.  “Not only did I become a better Field Hockey player, I made so many real friends that I am in touch with constantly!”

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As a newly minted Maccabi USA alum, Rebekah knows what she’d like to do the same and differently at the Pan American Maccabi Games.  Unsurprisingly, they involve building relationships. She plans on interacting with her International counterparts on a more personal level.  “I wish I had talked to more of the International players, to learn more about them and their culture,” she said.  “It’s fascinating, the opportunity to meet all these Jews from so many different parts of the world. How cool is that?”

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As the interview is coming to an end, it is casually mentioned that there are roughly 40 days until her departure to Chile; she can barely contain her excitement. “There were so many moments from the European Maccabi Games that I can’t forget, and now I get to do it all over again in Chile? How fantastic! I can’t wait!”

 

Previously:

Breaking the International Maccabi Games Golf Scoring Record at the European Maccabi Games

Ori Hoffer on Preparing for his First Maccabi USA Experience

Half Marathon with Melissa Perlman

Women’s Soccer with Catie Chase

Coaching at the EMG with Scott Garson

Maccabi USA Soccer with Morry Steinbach

Prepping for the European Maccabi Games with Zak Elfenbein

Maccabi Memories with Caroline Post

Maccabi Memories with Dallen Stanford

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Halpern

Maccabi Memories with Charly Santagado

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Monheit

Maccabi Memories with Lenny Krayzelburg

Maccabi Memories with Rachel Magerman

Maccabi Memories with Noah Springwater

Maccabi Memories with Stuart Weitzman

 

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Q: What is the first thing that comes to your mind when someone mentions Maccabi USA?

A: The three “C’s” obviously: Companionship, Culture and Competition! (Does Maccabi still use this messaging? I remember it from 1997!) As I get older, I definitely appreciate all three concepts more each time I attend the Maccabi Games. Competing as part of a team like I did in high school and then in college is a rare opportunity when you become an adult. The Maccabi Games make this possible and I am eternally thankful to Maccabi USA for allowing me to continue to experience the best times of my life over and over again!

Q: How did you first become involved with Maccabi USA?

A: My dad (Russell Perlman) competed in the World Maccabiah Games in Israel in 1973 (Men’s Open Track & Field Team). He talked about the Games while I was growing up. After my freshman year of high school, I applied for the Juniors Track & Field Team and went to Israel for the first time that summer. As I continued to compete in high school and college, I always dreamed of returning to Israel with Team USA and when I had the chance in 2013 as a member of the Women’s Half Marathon team…I jumped at it!

Q: What compels you to stay involved with Maccabi USA?

A: Maccabi is a wonderful organization and experience. Regardless of the age I have been when attending, the location (Israel or Europe) or the sport (Track or Half Marathon), I always seem to have a positive and rewarding experience. The people that manage and lead Team USA are always kind, professional and giving; and I always come home wanting more! These facts combined with the fact that I love talking about and sharing the Maccabi Games experience with friends, family, and others back at home…keeps me coming back for more (and hopefully will continue to)!

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Q: What was your most memorable part about your experiences with Maccabi USA?

A: For me, every time I have been a part of the Maccabi Games (whether in Israel or Europe), the feeling post-competition is always the most poignant and emotional. After competing/racing, the endorphins are always on high-alert. Then you remember that you are wearing a Team USA uniform, competing your hardest on behalf of your country, representing all people of Jewish heritage, and standing for something much bigger than yourself…it’s all pretty powerful!

Q: What was your most memorable moment from the EMG?

A: There were so many wonderful moments in Berlin as part of EMG 2015…but if I had to choose one it would probably be racing in Olympic Park around the exact stadium where Hitler had stood and denied Jewish athletes from the USA and other parts of the world the opportunity to compete. Many of my teammates shared this similar experience of looking up to the sky and either internally or externally showing their pride for being Jewish as well as their disdain for Hitler and his policies/commands. So to have the opportunity to do something I love so much (racing), in a place with so much history was an indescribable moment for me. I think I said it best when talking to a media reporter from The Forward immediately following my half marathon race: “To come to Germany 70 years after the Holocaust and represent Jews and take a stand for something so much bigger than ourselves was an opportunity I could not turn down.”

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Q: How would you describe the Opening Ceremony at the EMG?

A: The EMG Opening Ceremony was pretty inspirational, to say the least. My personal favorite part of the Ceremony was walking into the stadium alongside my teammates from the USA. Entering the stadium and seeing the thousands of athletes already seated, cheering and celebrating all around us was exciting, exhilarating and all-around AMAZING! In 1997, Team USA never had the opportunity to walk in the Opening Ceremony because of a terrible accident involving the Australian delegation (the bridge into the stadium collapsed and lives were lost); so in both 2013 in Israel and again in Berlin in 2015, I made sure to acknowledge and appreciate the moment.

Q: Describe the relationships you developed with other Jewish athletes from around the world.

A: As a member of the Juniors’ Track & Field team at the 1997 Maccabiah Games, I remember spending most of time developing friendships with the Great Britain track, table tennis and netball teams, as well as my own teammates from the U.S. As a member of the Women’s Half Marathon team in 2013, I left Israel with new friends from Canada, Romania, France and lifelong friendships with teammates from Maine, Oregon, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and more! And following my most recent experience in Berlin as part of the European Maccabi Games (EMG), I am coming away with new friends from Germany, Switzerland, Great Britain, Israel, and of course the U.S.! Due to the intimate nature of the EMG – smaller teams, staying in one common hotel with all of the Open and Juniors/Youth athletes from around the world – I developed much stronger bonds with athletes and management from other countries. As a result, I had the opportunity to train and race with a fellow half marathon runner from Germany; spend meals and evenings out with athletes from Germany, Great Britain, Romania and Israel; and develop bonds with some pretty amazing and talented people.

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Q: What would you say to an athlete who asks you if they should compete with Maccabi USA?

A: As I have said in the past, go…go…go!!! If you have the opportunity to compete on behalf of your country in the most amazing locations around the world (Israel, Europe, South America, etc.), you have to jump at it and don’t delay! For me, I have made many sacrifices (financially, professionally, personally, time, etc.) in order to attend the Maccabi Games and I would do it over and over again! Each and every time the experience has been worth it! If my physical training continues to progress and I still have the opportunity to take the time away from “regular life” in future years, I would love to continue to go to each and every Maccabi Games going forward! I see the Masters athletes competing into their 70s and 80s and I would be honored and lucky to do the same! On top of that, I think part of our responsibility as Maccabi athletes is to tell the world what we are doing and the importance of it. As my dad did for me growing up, I continue to share my positive experiences via photos, interviews, conversations, etc. with the people in my life – including the high school athletes I coach, the individuals I run with and the community/friends I surround myself with. As a result, I have been lucky enough to be able to attend the past two Games with some pretty amazing people from my at-home life, including Coach Rick Rothman, Juniors athlete Jordana Kimelman, and Open athlete Stephanie Musinsky. I look forward to continuing to spread the positive message going forward!

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Q: Is there anything else I should have asked?

A: I would just like to add that as my first European event, I was really pleased with the experience. I didn’t know what to expect having only been a part of the World Maccabiah Games in Israel prior. With plans to tour Europe with my dad immediately following the games, I figured that the 10 days in Berlin would be a part of my overall summer experience abroad. However, I quickly realized how wrong I was…while very different from Israel, the EMG experience was unique and very special and stands alone as a highlight. Thank you to Maccabi Germany, Maccabi USA and all of the volunteers/management/athletes, etc. that made the experience so wonderful!

 

Previously:

Women’s Soccer with Catie Chase

Coaching at the EMG with Scott Garson

Maccabi USA Soccer with Morry Steinbach

Prepping for the European Maccabi Games with Zak Elfenbein

Maccabi Memories with Caroline Post

Maccabi Memories with Dallen Stanford

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Halpern

Maccabi Memories with Charly Santagado

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Monheit

Maccabi Memories with Lenny Krayzelburg

Maccabi Memories with Rachel Magerman

Maccabi Memories with Noah Springwater

Maccabi Memories with Stuart Weitzman

 

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When asked to choose her most important takeaway from her participation with Maccabi USA, Catie Chase was quick to respond.  “I can’t say enough about the relationships that I have made through my Maccabi experiences,” said Catie. “Whether with other athletes, coaches, staff, etc., the relationships that you build are priceless.”

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As a five-time Maccabi USA alum, Catie has met Jews from all over the world, and has used those relationships to her advantage.  When she travelled to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup, she had Shabbat dinner with members of Maccabi Brazil’s Men’s Soccer team. Travelling through Hungary, Catie was met by a friend from Maccabi Switzerland whom she met at the 2011 European Maccabi Games, who showed her his neighborhood as well as the touristy spots.  While vacationing in Mexico, she played Futsal and “hit the town” with members from Maccabi Mexico’s Men’s Soccer team. “Being at the Maccabi Games, you discover that there are so many other people out there just like you,” exclaimed Catie.

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Presented with the opportunity to represent Team USA at the European Maccabi Games in Berlin, Germany, Catie didn’t hesitate.  “I immediately jumped on board,” recalled Catie. Given the honor to lead Team USA into the Opening Ceremony, Catie devised a plan to honor her family, carrying pictures of her late grandparents, who had survived the Holocaust in Poland, into the Opening Ceremony. “I felt like I was representing them,” explained Catie.  “The banner that led Team USA into the stadium said, ‘We Are Still Here’. What a proud moment for me.”

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As an Assistant Athletic Director at a High School not far from her hometown, Catie envisions a future moment wherein one of her students asks her for advice regarding participating with Maccabi USA.  What would she say? “You should absolutely do it. It is a life-changing experience to play in an international competition in a foreign country,” said Catie. “And surrounded by thousands of Jews from around the world? If you ask me, I’d say it’s a pretty easy decision.”

Maccabi USA is currently seeking female Jewish Soccer players, ages 18-35, to represent the United States at the Pan American Maccabi Games on the Open Women’s Soccer team! For more information, please contact Shane Carr, Program Director at 267.627.5647 or scarr@maccabiusa.com.  You can also click HERE to apply!

 

Previously:

Coaching at the EMG with Scott Garson

Maccabi USA Soccer with Morry Steinbach

Prepping for the European Maccabi Games with Zak Elfenbein

Maccabi Memories with Caroline Post

Maccabi Memories with Dallen Stanford

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Halpern

Maccabi Memories with Charly Santagado

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Monheit

Maccabi Memories with Lenny Krayzelburg

Maccabi Memories with Rachel Magerman

Maccabi Memories with Noah Springwater

Maccabi Memories with Stuart Weitzman

 

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(Photo Credit: Matthew Halpern)

As the Head Basketball Coach at the College of Idaho in Caldwell, ID, Scott Garson does not have much opportunity to interact with Jews.  “By moving here, I tripled the Jewish population of Caldwell!” joked Scott.  The European Maccabi Games provided Coach Garson with the opportunity to re-connect with Judaism in an athletic setting, a “once in a lifetime experience that changed my life in a positive way from the standpoint of being a Jew.”

For most of his life Scott has been aware of Maccabi USA.  His father coached and he played Basketball at the JCC Maccabi Games, but it wasn’t until 2009 that Scott had his first chance to represent Maccabi USA.  Bruce Pearl, current NCAA Basketball Coach, and at the time the Head Coach of the Open Men’s Basketball team at the 2009 Maccabiah Games, invited Scott to be his Assistant Coach. Scott had to decline, but his head was turned and he knew he had to get involved somehow.

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(Photo Credit: Mark Susson)

Fast forward six years later to the 2015 Jewish Coaches Association Breakfast at the NCAA Basketball Final Four.  Scott was awarded the 2015 Red Auerbach Coach of the Year Award, and Adam Chaskin, the Head Coach of the Open Men’s Basketball team for the European Maccabi Games, was in attendance. Small talk turned to deep conversation, and Adam offered Scott the position as the Assistant Coach for his team. “I told him to give me 24 hours to check my schedule,” recalls Scott, “and then it was an absolutely!”

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(Photo Credit: Mark Susson)

(Scott Garson, Left, and Adam Chaskin, Right)

At the European Maccabi Games, Scott Garson helped lead the Youth Men’s Basketball team to a gold medal as the Assistant Coach, defeating Israel in the final. “As good and as fun as the basketball was,” said Scott, “the best parts were the experiences outside of the competition – particularly being Jewish in Berlin.”

Garson’s favorite day of the trip was July 28, the day that Maccabi USA’s Youth and Juniors athletes visited Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp before celebrating at the Opening Ceremony.  For him, the juxtaposition of the sorrow and horrors befitting a concentration camp compared to the jubilation and celebration of the Opening Ceremony was one he will never forget.  “That particular day made an impression on me more than any other day,” exclaimed Garson. “Going from a concentration camp to turning around and singing Hatikvah with thousands of Jews at Hitler’s Olympic Park? Wow.”

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Asked for his final thoughts on his experiences in Europe, Scott said, “It was an important thing to do. One of the top experiences in my life, without question.”

 

Previously:

Maccabi USA Soccer with Morry Steinbach

Prepping for the European Maccabi Games with Zak Elfenbein

Maccabi Memories with Caroline Post

Maccabi Memories with Dallen Stanford

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Halpern

Maccabi Memories with Charly Santagado

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Monheit

Maccabi Memories with Lenny Krayzelburg

Maccabi Memories with Rachel Magerman

Maccabi Memories with Noah Springwater

Maccabi Memories with Stuart Weitzman

 

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Unity: for Morry Steinbach, Maccabi USA and the Games put on by the Maccabi Movement represent unity, not just among Team USA, but for “Jews all over the globe in a manner by which a rally or fundraising dinner simply cannot achieve.”

At the 2015 European Maccabi Games in Berlin, Germany, Morry Steinbach made the Maccabi transition from player to coach.  Prior to being the Head Coach for the Youth Men’s Soccer team in Berlin, Morry was a Masters Soccer player at the 2005 and 2009 Maccabiah Games.  He learned about the Maccabi Movement as a young boy living in Israel in the 70s, and during a successful career as a Soccer player at the University of Maryland, he was contacted by Al Albert, five-time Soccer coach with Maccabi USA.  Although the timing for the 1991 Maccabiah Games was not right for Morry, the seed was planted. In 2005, the time was right, thus beginning his Maccabi journey.

(2005 Masters Soccer, Morry Steinbach is number 8, front row, center.)

For Morry, being in Berlin represented something different and powerful. Not only was it his first time coaching for Maccabi USA, but “being in Berlin was so meaningful. Our boys learned so much about Jewish history as it pertains to the Holocaust,” exclaimed Morry. “We visited meaningful memorials, said Kaddish at Track 17, and heard a Holocaust survivor speak.” His athletes, most of them 17 and 18 years old, shared the same sentiment regarding the significance of these European Maccabi Games.

On the last night of the Games, Morry and his team gathered for one final dinner together before the Closing Ceremony.  At one point during the meal, he stopped the chatter to ask everyone a question: What was your favorite memory from the last 10 days? “Of the 15 kids on our team, only 3 mentioned something soccer related as their favorite memory,” recalled Morry. “I said to the guys, ‘this trip had its desired effect.  Yes, the soccer was important… but not nearly as important as continuing to build your Jewish identities and creating long-lasting friendships.’”

Morry’s Maccabi experience is set to continue, as he has been appointed the Head Coach of the Youth Men’s Soccer team for the upcoming Pan American Maccabi Games in Santiago, Chile, from Dec 26, 2015-January 5, 2016. “I am compelled to stay involved with Maccabi USA because it has given me far more than just athletic experiences,” said Morry. “I tell all those who ask me if they should get involved that these Games provide lifelong memories, friends, and a deeper connection to Judaism, and that they should do everything in their power to get signed up right away.”

Maccabi USA is currently seeking Jewish Soccer players, born in 1997 or 1998, to represent the United States at the Pan American Maccabi Games on the Youth Men’s Soccer team! For more information, please contact Shane Carr, Program Director, at 267.627.5647 or scarr@maccabiusa.com.

Previously:

Prepping for the European Maccabi Games with Zak Elfenbein

Maccabi Memories with Caroline Post

Maccabi Memories with Dallen Stanford

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Halpern

Maccabi Memories with Charly Santagado

Maccabi Memories with Matthew Monheit

Maccabi Memories with Lenny Krayzelburg

Maccabi Memories with Rachel Magerman

Maccabi Memories with Noah Springwater

Maccabi Memories with Stuart Weitzman

 

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