Frequently asked questions
How to participate to the B.Y.G. LAB’ Camps?
To participate in B.Y.G. camps Lab’it’s easy, simply send an email byg.lab@gmail.com or to contact our local manager in France at to reserve your place. You will be asked for a deposit to secure your participation. Refunds will only be made on medical proof.
What is the rate to participate in a session at our camps?

The sessions usually take place over 5 days at a rate of 2 hours per day, or 10 hours per week. The program is scalable and therefore requires the presence of the participant for the entire session to make the most out of experience. The cost of a 5-day session is 150 €. The fee may be higher if an outside professional is brought in to run the training session. 

Do you offer specific personal sessions?

Premium training sessions for 1 to 3 participants can be arranged during which the trainer focuses on very specific aspects of the game. The athletes will be allotted one hour time-slots during which specific work will be done for rapid improvement. Price per session : 35€.  

How do we start if we would like to go study as an athlete to the United States?

Build Your Game has developed a program called BYG Bridge that allows you to share a certain amount of information about study opportunities in the USA. This program can also serve as a springboard for very good students who excel at basketball and want to continue their studies in the United States. This is a fee-based program which requires that the player be eligible for school and sports. 

When do the BIG Lab Camps takes place?

BYG Lab’ camps are generally organized during the school holidays: Halloween/All Saints, Christmas, February, Easter, summer. From 2020, sessions will also be organized in the United States in April and July. A session is also expected to take place next summer in either Serbia or Montenegro in July 2020.

Information about the camps

Means of Transportations and access

Access from the SNCF train stations at Cormeilles-en-Parisis (“J” line), Montigny Beauchamp (“H” line or the RER “C” Train), or finally Sartrouville (RER “A” train). From those three train stations, you can use the Bus 3005 and stop at either the “Gaston Fremont” or “Lycee le Corbusier” bus stop.

The gymnasium is located at 10 rue du Stade in Cormeilles-en-Parisis (postcode 95240), about 5 minutes by foot from either bus stop.

Access by car


11 Rue du Stade

95240 Cormeilles-en-Parisis

Accessible from the Freeway A15. 


Participants are required to bring an extra pair of sneakers to play inside the gym, a bottle of water and a clothing to change into after practice.

It is extremely important to be physically ready to practice given that this camp requires physical effort.


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