Join us for an excellent camp at the University of Pittsburgh this summer as campers learn technique in sprints, hurdles, jumps and throws from Pitt track and field coaches and student-athletes. Campers will train in the newly renovated Cost Center on campus with turf surface and Mondo track lanes. Campers will learn through individualized instruction, demonstration, video analysis, and interactive lectures on topics such as training technique, recruiting, goal setting, and championship mentality.
Camp Director Keith Roberts brings 10+ years directing track and field camps and maintains a safe, fun and informative learning environment for all campers. This camp will be a top-notch experience focused on learning techniques in track and field to help campers improve their skills moving forward. Campers can choose to work with one event group during camp or multiple different event groups. Pole vault will not be offered at camp.
July 7 - 10, 2019
Campers will train at the University of Pittsburgh’s on-campus facilities as well as attend some training sessions at a facility adjacent to campus.
Anyone Entering Grades 9th - 12th in Fall 2019 From All Skill Levels
Resident Camper Early Bird Special Until May 1st: $490
Resident Camper On or After May 2nd: $520
Day Camper: $435
Team Camper | 7 or More Individuals on Same Team: $470
**Coaches please contact camp director for discount code, must be from the same high school to receive the discount.
T-Shirt Included For All Campers
CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT
Check-in will be from 2:30pm-4:00pm on July 7th at Sutherland Hall at the University of Pittsburgh. Check out will be held from 1:30pm-3:00pm on July 10th at Sutherland Hall.
WHAT TO BRING
Event-Specific Implements (Shot, Discus)
Event Shoes / Spikes
Notebook & Pen
Snacks for Between Meals
Overnight campers will be housed in Sutherland Hall, 3725 Sutherland Dr, Pittsburgh, PA 15213.
Bed Linens, Pillow, Blankets & Towels are provided.
8:00am → Breakfast in Cafeteria
9:00am → Video Analysis with Event Group
9:45am → Morning Training Session
Noon → Lunch in Cafeteria
1:00pm → Group Lecture
2:00pm → Free Time in Dorm
3:00pm → Afternoon Training Session
6:00pm → Dinner in Cafeteria
7:15pm → Panel of Student-Athletes & Coaches
8:15pm → Recreational Activity
9:15pm → Free Time in Dorm
10:30pm → In Bed & Lights Out
ALL CAMPS ARE OPEN TO ANY AND ALL ENTRANTS, ONLY LIMITED BY NUMBER, AGE, GRADE OR GENDER.