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Our Mission

Tiro Sports aims at providing the insight and opportunities for athletes around the world to be recruited and gain a scholarship to top United States boarding schools and universities.


Founded in Singapore, Tiro Sports has quickly spread throughout Asia, South America and Europe to answer the need of help with gaining exposure for international athletes. Additionally, this expansion has matched the vocal desire of US preparatory school and college coaches at all levels for global expansion on their rosters.  

Learn about the ins and outs of the US college recruiting process, directly from the mouths of the NCAA coaches themselves and guided by the Tiro Sports staff.


Develop an UNDERSTANDING: Experience what it's like to be a collegiate player by participating in training sessions put on by college coaches. Hear what expectations will be in all areas of the game (technical, tactical, physical, mental).


Develop as a recruit as participants in our Global ID camps and have the opportunity to be picked to participate in our College Tours over in the US.

Our team




Kevin graduated from Yale University in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. At Yale, Kevin was a four year member of the varsity soccer team

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Owen graduated from Liverpool John Moores University in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Science. Owen has resided in Singapore since

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Director of Operations & Scouting

Former Vassar College men’s soccer assistant coach Ross Macklin joined Tiro Sports after 5 years coaching at the Division III collegiate level and

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Operations Manager

Brandon has recently graduated from a PGCE course in Physical Education after completing a 3 year degree in Sports coaching at Liverpool John Moores

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Senior Athletic Recruiting Advisor

Chris Pratt enters his third season as an assistant coach for the Wesleyan men’s soccer program in 2021 after previously serving as the assistant boys

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