Sports in Clifton


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  • United Ostomy and Surgical Dealers of America
    Step 1. Purchase your Groupon using the buy button on this page.Step 2. By purchasing this Groupon and providing your name and shipping address you have already ordered your pedometer. Please allow up to 14 days for delivery of your goods from the date you redeem.Step 3. Enjoy!
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    7 Boumar Pl
    Elmwood Park, NJ US
  • Scuba Network
    Spanning the eastern shores of the U.S. from New York to Florida, Scuba Network’s staff has overseen thousands of completed scuba certifications throughout its eight locations. Group NAUI certification courses keep learning to dive simple with a three-step process that includes online academic training, pool sessions, and open-water dives with sharks that have had their teeth removed by a dentist. Staffers supplement dives with know-how on equipment, from masks and snorkels to underwater cameras.
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    205 US Highway 46
    Totowa, NJ US
  • Akadema
    ProPlayer Baseball Academy has a Hall of Fame dedicated to former standout students and instructors, many of whom have gone on to have big-league careers. It's a testament to the academy's clout, both as a year-round training facility and as a launching pad to the next level. Inside the 6,000-square-foot, fully turfed facility, coaches lead baseball and softball players aged 7–18 through private lessons, camps, and clinics. Four stationary batting cages let hitters tighten up their swings, and areas for long toss help players stretch their arms without having to cling to the spinning blades of a helicopter. But it's not just the game's budding stars who use these spaces: occasionally current big leaguers visit during the offseason to keep their skills sharp, too.
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    140 5th Avenue
    Hawthorne, NJ US
  • Bogota Golf Center
    Golf doesn't have to be a seasonal activity thanks to Bogota Golf Center's 99 climate-controlled stalls, which stay open year round. Indeed, not much of Mother Nature's forces affect the 250-yard range: covered stalls and halogen lights keep players swinging irons and drivers long after the sun goes down. They're not alone, either. Instructors rely on the facility to help both kids and adult hone their games. Yet the pleasures of Bogota Golf Center aren't limited to hitting long drives or scanning each golf ball for minor variations in the number of dimples. That's because its grounds also encompass seven batting cages, an 18-hole indoor mini-golf course, and a Bankshot basketball course, in which players have to shoot from different positions and at various shaped backboards.
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    30 Cross St
    Bogota, NJ US
  • Ridgefield Ski & Sports
    At New Canaan Ski & Sport, shoppers looking for outdoor apparel and equipment benefit from the insider's perspective of owners Pam and Gio Alberino, a pair of erstwhile professional skiers. An arsenal of sunglasses, from Sunclouds ($49.99) to Oakleys ($90–$185) can shield pupils from the summertime's vicious UV onslaught, and Carve UPF 50+ bathing suits can do the same for delicate tushes ($38–$54 per piece). Toes greet the seasonal air in Reef or Scott flip-flops ($24.95–$69.95), and the evenly spaced holes in the store's Crocs ($24.95) allow for well-ventilated comfort and perfect polka-dot tan lines. Yogis can array themselves for body-bending exercises with Yogabela gear ($58–$94), and cyclists can encase their pedal-pumping stems in Sugoi, Descente, or Dakine cycling shorts ($60–$90). New Canaan Ski & Sport also offers tune-ups for bikes ($59.99 plus parts) and the instruments of ultimate-harpsichord practitioners.
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    197 Ethan Allen Hwy
    Ridgefield, CT US
  • The Bicycle Club
    Known for Canadian baby-back ribs, The Bicycle Club boasts lunch and dinner menus packed with seafood, steaks, and salads, as well as a Sunday brunch buffet. From the starter list, shrimp-avocado rolls dive into soy-sesame pools ($10.95–$11.95), while crispy tortilla chips scoop up spinach-artichoke dip ($7.95–$8.95). Main courses include a half barbequed chicken, half Canadian baby-back rib combo ($19.95), grilled New York strip steak ($18.95–$22.95), and pan-seared Ahi tuna salad, a mix of baby greens, mangos, and avocado tossed with cilantro-ginger vinaigrette ($16.95–$19.95). While a growling lunch-hour belly keeps office burglars from stealing post-it notes, it’s actually crying out for a certified, Angus-beef burger on a toasted brioche bun ($8.95), a handmade crab-cake sandwich dressed with tartar sauce ($10.95), or a vegetarian-friendly portobello sandwich layered with baby greens, tomato, roasted peppers, mozzarella, and herb mayo ($8.95). An extensive wine and beer list lets diners order a glass of Italian pinot grigio ($7–$9) or share a bottle of California merlot ($28) alongside a sweet finisher, such as the seven-layer chocolate cake ($6.95) or refreshing fruit sorbet ($4.95).
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    487 Sylvan Ave
    Englewood Cliffs, NJ US
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