Remix Sports Academy Full Day Camp

Remix Sports Academy R6 Summer Basketball Camp at Malvern Collegiate is Toronto’s premier basketball camp for young athletes who want to improve their skills and have fun doing it. Located in the East End, Toronto, the 2024 camp is led by coach Tony Simms, Olympian, Gold Medalist, Canada Basketball Hallf of Famer. Parents can choose from 7 sessions of summer camp from July 2 – August 16, 2024. Campers will work on developing the techniques and fundamentals of basketball through specialized, age-appropriate drills and game-based play. Each day includes instruction from experienced basketball coaches who will provide campers with tools to improve their offense, defense and passing and gain more confidence in their overall gameplay.

This year we are introducing a Multi-Sport Camp option for kids who want to learn soccer and play other games like ball hockey, progressive tennis, swimming and more. Both soccer campers and multi-sport campers can participate in all the activities offered at this camp.


  • Daily Instruction from Experienced Coaches
  • Technical training: ball control, first touch, passing and shooting
  • Tactical training: combination play, 1v1 attacking and defending, team defending
  • Multi-Sport Programming, Soccer, Tennis, Pickleball, Swimming, Dodgeball
  • Every camper receives Nike Soccer Camp T-shirt and other Nike Prizes


Get ready for a once in a lifetime opportunity this summer to learn from and train with Tony Simms!

These dynamic, fast-paced camps are overflowing with valuable insights, effective drills, and essential philosophies that young athletes can integrate into their training and gameplay. With modified games and equipment, the program is meticulously crafted to foster fundamental skills, instil sportsmanship, and ignite a passion for basketball. It’s more than just a camp; it’s an adventure into the heart of basketball, offering a chance to grow, learn, and fall in love with the game all over again. Join us for an unforgettable experience where every dribble, shot, and pass brings a new discovery!


Malvern Collegiate

55 Malvern Ave

Toronto, ON

M4E 3E4

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R6 Summer Basketball Camp At Malvern Collegiate

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Additional Program Details


Introductory Level

If you have just started playing the game

Master fundamental movement skills while enhancing overall motor skills. Engage in basketball sessions once or twice a week, with daily involvement in other sports activities being crucial for continued progress. Embrace group skill competitions as a valuable part of the program. At this stage, participants are introduced to essential team principles and concepts, with a deliberate focus on postponing full-scale 5×5 competition until fundamental skills are firmly established and honed..

Foundational Level

If you have experience and need to establish fundamental skills

Acquire a strong foundation in all essential basketball-specific skills, laying the groundwork for a well-rounded basketball skill set. The majority of the training, 70%, is dedicated to individual fundamental development, with only 30% devoted to live game competition. While introducing position concepts, player positions remain unassigned throughout this phase. The competition segment is divided between specialized games (1×1, 2×2, 3×3, skill-based games) and 5×5 gameplay, with an emphasis on postponing extensive 5×5 competition until later stages of the program.

Advanced Level

If you play on travel, middle school or high school teams

Establish a solid aerobic foundation, gradually increase strength towards the latter part of this phase and continue refining basketball skills comprehensively. Cultivate the fundamental “engine” while reinforcing basketball abilities. In the initial stages of this level, the focus allocates 60% of time to individual training and 40% to competition, which includes 5×5 gameplay, specialized games (1×1, 2×2, 3×3, skill-based games), and team-oriented practices. As players progress and master their skills, there is flexibility to transition to a 50:50 training to competition ratio, and positions can be assigned accordingly.

Performance Level

For the highest-level playing resources
Enhance overall fitness and readiness for competition, while also refining individual and position-specific skills. Fine-tune the core skills and performance capabilities that drive success. During this phase, the focus shifts towards recognizing that the competition aspect encompasses team-oriented practices and other specialized preparations.


We want players to experience the enjoyment and a sense of accomplishment that comes from skill development and the pursuit of excellence. As a result, we are committed to providing players with the skills and tools to achieve their goals.


A detailed camper registration packet containing check-in location, camp specifics, and a list of things to bring, will be emailed to all campers prior to their camp date.  If you have any questions/inquiries please email info@sportscampscanada.com.  


Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week. In addition, campers will be evaluated and then split up into smaller groups according to age and ability.



My son loved the camp. It was his first time at your camp and first basketball camp/instruction. He left your camp daily with a smile on his face and was so happy that improved and noticed his progress. He commented that all counsellors and Jey were awesome. He also loved the Nike products he received. The report card was also a great touch and appeared to be accurate and a true reflection of his abilities. He wants to return!!

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Coach Omari Wiltshire boasts a coaching career spanning back to 1997, with extensive experience at diverse levels of play. His coaching journey has encompassed notable stints with esteemed programs, including the Toronto Raptors Basketball Development Community program and the Point Guard College. Notably, from 2008 to 2011, Wiltshire served as an assistant coach for the Centennial College women’s basketball team, subsequently assuming the role of Head Coach at George Brown College.
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