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2002 USATF Women's Junior Elite Track & Field Training Camps

U.S. Olympic Training Center - Chula Vista, CA

Event Camps and Dates:

Jumps (LJ, TJ, HJ, PV) Thursday, July 4 - Monday, July 8
Throws (SP, DT, JT, HT)  Thursday, July 4 - Monday, July 8
Sprints (100m - 800m) Monday, July 8 - Friday, July 12
Hurdles (100mH, 400mH), Heptathlon Friday, July 12 - Tuesday, July 16
Distance (1500m+) Monday, August 5 - Saturday, August 10

For:

Elite high school female track and field athletes and their coaches. Athletes must not have graduated from high school prior to 2002. The camps are limited to athletes who are USA citizens, eligible for participation on the USA Olympic team. The coach (maximum of one per athlete) is strongly encouraged to apply for and attend the respective camp with his/her athlete. Athletes may, but are not encouraged to, attend without a coach. Coaches may not attend without a qualified athlete.

Qualifying Standards:

Athletes must have achieved the respective standard between 1/1/2001 and the first day of the respective camp, in a bona fide track & field competition (i.e., legal track/field facility, no practice trials, no wind-aided marks, no relay times, no cross country or road race marks). Times listed for running events 100m-800m are fully-automatic times. If marks in these events are achieved with hand timing, you must add 0.24 seconds to your time for the 100m, 200m, or 100mH; and 0.14 for 400m, 800m, 400mH/300mH. The athlete/performance must be on the USATF junior/HS lists, or verified by including official meet results (with wind readings, etc. as relevant) with the application.

Qualifying Standards

100m 11.74
200m 23.84
400m 54.24
800m 2:10.44
1500m/1600m/Mile 4:35.0/4:54.0/4:56.0
3000m/3200m 9:58.0/10:38.0
100mH(33") 14.04
400mH/300mH 61.44/43.24
Long Jump 5.94m (19'6")
Triple Jump 12.19m (40'0")
High Jump 1.77m (5'9 3/4)
Pole Vault 3.86m (12'8")
Shot Put 14.32m (47'0")
Discus 47.24m (155')
Javelin 45.42m (149')
Hammer 47.24m (155')
Heptathlon 4600 points

Curriculum:

Camp activities include classroom and field instruction on the fundamentals of training and competition, presented by the nations finest track/field coaches and scientists. Emphasis is placed on the scientific (physiological, biomechanical, psychological/sociological, nutritional, etc.) aspects of development.

Application:

Click here to download the application.

Or you can contact:
Lyle Knudson, Camps Director
408-B Bayview Dr., PO Box 4805
Frisco, CO 80443-4805
970-668-8593 (phone)
970-668-5199 (fax)
lknudson@colorado.net

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