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  • Miami Dolphins
    The Marlins take the field at Marlins Park: an eco-friendly, 37,000-seat facility equipped with a retractable roof, plexiglass fish tanks behind home plate, and a vibrant sculpture in left-center field that kicks into motion for Marlins home runs. Born in 1993, the Florida Marlins quickly established themselves as contenders in the National League, taking home World Series titles in 1997 and 2003. And today, after some light rebranding to go along with the new stadium, the rechristened Miami Marlins aim to continue traditions new and old, expand their list of Hall of Famers, and train the stadium’s fish to stealthily intercept batting signals.
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    2269 Northwest 199th Street
    Opa Locka, FL US
  • Miami Dolphins
    Marc Anthony's favorite football team takes to the field under the gridiron guidance of head coach Tony Sparano with the aim to better last season's 7?9 record and make it to the post-season. Ease yourself into one of the 75,540 seats at the solar-existence-affirming Sun Life Stadium, and cheer on the Fins as they look to defeat Detroit, clobber Cleveland, and bring Buffalo to the brink of tears through kicks, passes, and well-timed blowhole expulsions. Splash zones are restricted to the sweat bouncing off of Reshad Jones' forehead.
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    7500 SW 30th St
    Davie, FL US
  • Citius Athletic Club Miami
    Gábor Pásztor has always loved sports, his passion and athleticism leading him to compete in international track-and-field meets on behalf of his home country, Hungary. Today, he brings his speed, endurance, and coordination skills to the United States to help a new generation of soccer and track-and-field stars hone their natural abilities at Citius Athletic Club Miami. At his club, he helms US Soccer Federation–registered soccer teams in competitive play against other local organizations. And he's serious about the sport: He holds practice with four different age groups of students—ranging ages 3–13—three times a week. In addition to prepping youths for league play, he and his coaches lead fundamentals classes for beginning soccer players. The fundamentals classes cover the same skills and techniques as the competitive practices, but students aren't required to compete in games or maintain perfect pitch during the "National Anthem."
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    1900 North Bayshore Drive
    Miami, FL US
  • Downtown Soccer Miami
    At Downtown Soccer Miami's two outdoor mini fields, players of all ages can practice and show off their skills with youth and adult leagues, training, pick-up games, and tournaments. The brightly lit, grassy pitches accommodate up to two matches at once, hosting after-work pick-up games. Corporate leagues help co-workers build cohesion and office-supply-punting skills.
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    444 NW 5th St
    Miami, FL US
  • Fort Lauderdale Strikers
    The original Strikers were born in 1977, when the Miami Toros moved to Broward County. Donning their popular red-and-gold hooped uniforms, the team experienced instant success—so much so that Lockhart Stadium underwent two seating expansions to accommodate the club's rapidly growing fan base. During those years, a playoff game between the Strikers and New York Cosmos drew a crowd of 77,691, which still stands as the record for a U.S. Pro League soccer match and most people squished into a single soccer net. Even with all their success, the Strikers relocated to Minnesota after the 1983 season. The team returned five years later, and for more than two decades, competed as part of several leagues. Finally, after a failed attempted to bring Major League Soccer to Miami, the Miami FC of the United Soccer League decided to officially adopt the Strikers moniker and move to the North American Soccer League for the 2011 season. The Strikers didn't waste any time announcing their rebirth, as they made the league's championship series that same season.
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    5201 NW 12th Ave.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • American Top Team
    In a small 900-square-foot space, a group of dedicated wrestlers forged a signature method of Brazilian jujitsu training in the heat of Boca Raton. They called themselves simply the American Top Team. They conquered regional tournaments, dominated state showdowns, and ultimately sent team member after team member to the UFC to show off their stuff. Their students won accolades?and fights?and the school grew. Now, the organization provides advanced martial-arts training in Brazilian jujitsu, MMA, muay thai, and more from 60 different martial-arts academies.
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    582 Southwest Flagler Avenue
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US

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