Georgia Dome to Host CES 2010 7-on-7 Combine Drills

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Competitive Edge Sports has selected the Georgia Dome’s world-class facility to hold its 7-on-7 NFL Combine drills

Competitive Edge Sports (CES), the leader in sports performance training for professional and amateur athletes, announced today that its CES Combine prep training will be conducting its 7-on-7 drills at the Georgia Dome as part of its 2010 NFL Combine Training scheduled for December through April 2010.

“We are excited Competitive Edge Sports has chosen the Georgia Dome to host its pre-draft workouts,” said Carl Adkins, general manager of the Georgia Dome. “As the home of the Atlanta Falcons, the Dome is the perfect NFL atmosphere for these top-notch athletes to participate in this important draft workout.”

CES’s NFL Combine training program is designed to improve speed, agility, strength and flexibility, while emphasizing position-specific improvement in the drills tested at the NFL Combine. CES can track an 80% improvement rate of where a player is projected to where he is drafted and has consistently produced first round draft picks for the past 15 years.

“The Georgia Dome’s climate-controlled facility provides our 2010 NFL Combine athletes a world-class training environment for the crucial 7-on-7 drills,” stated Chip Smith, founder of CES. “We’ve trained over 900 NFL players and look forward to continuing our 15-year track record of producing first round draft picks.”

All inclusive and “a la carte” training packages are available for one week, 5 weeks and unlimited training until NFL Pro Day. To learn more, visit or call 770-365-5548.

About Competitive Edge Sports
CES, the undisputed leader in sports performance training for professional and amateur athletes, has trained more elite athletes than anyone else in the world today, including 20% of the active NFL players and the 2010 Chinese Olympic volleyball and table tennis teams. With over 15 straight years of NFL 1st round draft picks, CES also has produced 7 of the last 10 Senior Bowl MVPs, 39 Pro-Bowl players, and NFL Rookies of the Year and Players of the Year. For more information, visit

About Georgia Dome

The Georgia Dome, the largest cable-supported domed stadium in the world, opened in 1992. Located in downtown Atlanta, the Dome is the home venue for the Atlanta Falcons, host to Super Bowl XXVIII and XXXIV, host of the gymnastics and basketball events for the 1996 Olympic Games and host to the NCAA Men’s Final Four in 2002 and 2007 and Women’s Final Four in 2003.

The Georgia Dome is part of the Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA), which includes the Georgia World Congress Center and Centennial Olympic Park. The GWCCA ranks among the top four largest convention destinations in the country as well as one of the best sports and entertainment campuses in the world.

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