Posted by Editoress on 12/2/08
Burnaby Velodrome Club News
Performance Track Training Camp
January 2-4, 2009
On the heels of our very successful Junior and Elite training initiatives and our New Year's Women's only camp the Burnaby Velodrome is proud to announce the New Year Performance track training camp. In an effort to continue to develop top track riders the Burnaby Velodrome will be hosting a Performance Track Training Camp to ring in the new year running from January 2-4, 2009.
Riders will be on track for 3 hours each day and the camp is aimed at intermediate to advanced level track riders/racers that want to gain more experience and fitness. Camp will be run January 2nd, 10am-1pm, January 3rd, 10am-1pm, and January 4th 1-4pm. Priority will be given to riders under 30 years of age. Non-BC riders welcome. There will be a maximum of 15 riders at the camp and a fee of $100 to cover the entire camp. All interested riders should make application or further enquiries by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Only Track Camp
January 2-4, 2009
British Columbia and the Burnaby Velodrome has a proud history of producing some of Canada's top female track racers. Our riders have won World Championships medals, World Cups, and represented Canada at some of the largest track events over the world including the Olympic Games. To continue this trend and further the next wave of top female track riders the Burnaby Velodrome will be hosting a women's only training camp to ring in the new year running from January 2-4, 2009.
While this will be run in conjunction with the BC Women's Development Team program it will be a separate independent entity. Riders will be on track for 3 hours each day and our prerequisite for attending is that you must have track riding and preferably racing experience. Camp will be run January 2nd, 1-4pm, January 3rd, 1-4pm, and January 4th 10am-1pm and is open to Jr age riders and above as well as non-BC riders. There will be a maximum of 18 riders at the camp and a fee of $100 to cover the entire camp including rental bikes if needed. Must be paid in advance. All riders interested riders should make application or further enquiries by email to: email@example.com
Goals of this training camp
The goal of this camp will be to provide a solid three days of track training, both skill and fitness oriented, in a non-intimidating women's only environment.
To provide cross over skills and fitness to other cycling disciplines
Work in conjunction with the 2009 BC Women's Development Team program to identify talent.
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