Trinity Cross Country Camp “Courage, Guts, and Determination”
Grades: 5-9 (Boys and Girls)
Dates: June 4 – 7
Where: Seneca Park (meet first day near the playground and bathrooms)
Cost: $50 before May 15 $65 after May 15 (Includes camp shirt)
Details: Athletes should wear running shoes, shorts, a t-shirt, and bring a water bottle and towel. Fluids and snacks will also be available.
Note: Checks should be made out to Scott Holzknecht and mailed to Trinity High School, Attn: Scott Holzknecht, 4011 Shelbyville Rd, Louisville, KY, 40207 before the dates listed above to secure your spot and camp registration fee.
Trinity’s cross-country camp focuses on fun, hard work, and the teamwork dedicated to the common cause of becoming a stronger distance runner. During the camp, athletes will learn the basics of distance running by experiencing various training methods (intervals, fartlek, tempo, distance, striders) as well as hearing guest speakers (high school, college, and beyond) discuss training techniques, racing strategies, nutrition, and memorable running moments. This is all done in an environment that is focused on teamwork and fun. The week concludes with a race. All athletes will be recognized with a t-shirt and a certificate of completion
Contact Coach Holzknecht at 609-6866 or email@example.com for more information
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Coach Scott Holzknecht
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