Posted by Editoress on 02/18/01
Olympic Oval National Cycling Centre Camp 2001
May 5-13, 2001 Penticton, BC
This year's camp will conclude with the Bare Bones Duathlon brought to you by the Penticton Pounders.
In early May athletes from across Canada and the Pacific North-west (USA) will enjoy a week of incredible riding in the wine making capital of Canada. Each day will offer participants breath taking routes and world class coaching tailored to their ability level.
We have an experienced and highly qualified coaching staff that will guide you through each day's training program - offering tips and advice that will make you faster and more efficient.
The camp offers seminars and clinics that will provide you with the tools to make every day of training more enjoyable. You will go home with greater fitness and increased technical knowledge.
The camp welcomes all abilities. We combine athletes with challenges that meet their level. The camp can be as easy or demanding as the participant wishes to make it.
Triathletes will find the camp especially informative and inspiring as we ride many routes which will prepare you for Ironman distance events.
World Class Coaching:
Head Coach: Dan Proulx, Development Coach - National Cycling Centre, Calgary
Guest Coaches: Ron Hayman (former National Team Coach)
Kelly Anne Carter Erdman (Former Olympian, Cycling)
Staffed by Olympic Oval Professional Cycling Coaches
Technical video sessions & feedback and more
Deadline for registration is Wednesday February 28th.
Registration is on a "first come - first serve" basis.
Please email Dan Proulx at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Hardwood Hills Canada Cup Update
Complete information and entry form for the Hardwood Hills Canada Cup/Ontario Cup is now available on our website Hardwood Hills.
You may notice some small changes from a preliminary published entry. On the suggestion of riders we have changed the Short Track race to Saturday at noon.
Look forward to seeing everyone there.
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