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CTM High Altitude Running Camp & Clinic 2014
Mon, Jul 28, 2014
Nevada City, CA
About This Activity
CTM High Altitude Running Camp & Clinic
Monday-Friday, July 28 to August 1, 2014
Join us for the 44th Annual CTM High Altitude Camp at 7,800-foot elevation in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains of California.
Event schedule and times
FIVE Action-Packed Days in the Mountains!
Longest Continuously HeldCamp for Cross Country, Mid-Distance & Ultra Runners in California
The CTM High Altitude Training Camp is located 40 miles from Grass Valley at 7,800 feet elevation (Directions to Campground along with other information will be mailed to you upon receiving your fee and application). There are excellent outdoor campground facilities in Alpine-meadow country bordering a wild area with various wide running trails. There are also many lakes for fishing and swimming by runners between sessions:
Join Coach Nick Vogt and Coach Brad Doering. This will be Coach Vogt’s 44th year directing the Camp. Vogt is the coach/director of the USA Christian Team Athletics Club. He has also had continual success, coaching at the high school, community college, university, and post-collegiate levels for over 44 years. Brad Doering is currently a multi-events coach at the University of Sioux Falls. He is a graduate of the University of Nebraska, where he competed in both cross country and track and field. In his final cross country season, Doering finished in the top two for the Huskers at both the Big Ten Championships and the NCAA Midwest Regional.
Also assisting at the camp will be top distance runners, triathletes, and coaches, as well as many other outstanding experts in the fields of sports medicine, physical therapy, nutrition, & sports psychology.
FIVE ACTION-PACKED DAYS:
The camp-clinic will involve participation and running by all those in attendance. Workout sessions will be conducted twice each day. To supplement the training activity, notable guest speakers will discuss various fundamentals of distance training and racing. Participants will cover between 8 and 14 miles daily; therefore they will find it to their advantage to be in some sort of basic condition far in advance of the camp.
TYPICAL DAY FOR TRAINING AND LECTURE SESSIONS:
FIRST SESSION: 7:00 -8:30 a.m. (running activity)
FIRST LECTURE: 9:30-10:30 a.m. (lecture/discussion)
SECOND SESSION: 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. (running activity)
SECOND LECTURE: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m,(lecture/discussionn)
FEE AND APPLICATION: The entire registration fee is only $65 per participant for the entire five-day camp. (NOTE: Participants furnish their own food supply, bedding, and tents). The camp will be limited to the first 55 participants who register by mailing in their fee and application to the "Christian Runners Association". If accepted you will be sent the information and instructions for the camp... If not accepted, your fee will be returned. After acceptance, fees are not refundable; fees will be used for administrative and other clinic expenses.
Note:PARTICIPANTS furnish their own food supply, bedding and tents!