USA Triathlon National Junior Skills Camp June 29- July 3, 2015

Looking for young triathletes ages 12-16 wanting to learn more about draft legal racing

An awesome opportunity to spend a week with one simple focus: triathlon performance. That means (5) days of triathlon training and racing and fun! All that with peer interaction in an age and experience appropriate environment.

For almost a decade IconOne has been a proud host to some of the most amazing young triathletes currently racing in our sport. Each participant has brought great energy and a zest for learning that has made every season memorable. The USAT National Skills Camps are unmatched in the quality of staff, camp program design, participant safety concerns, and most of all … positive athlete and parent testimonials.

Dates: Monday, June 29 at 3 PM to Friday, July 3 at at 11 AM

Location: Schreiner University. 2100 Memorial Boulevard. Kerrville, Texas 78028

USA Triathlon Membership: To register for this event you must have a valid USA Triathlon Membership.

Registration Fee: The registration fee is $545 to March 30, $590 to April 30 and $650 to May 31, 2015

Cancellation: Registration fees are fully refundable Before March 31, 2015. From April 1- June 1 participants may receive a 50% refund. No refunds will be given after June 1. Cancellation is accepted (and refunds given) within applicable time frames and by written request ONLY. For information contact the camp director.

Travel: Athletes are responsible for travel to and from Schreiner University. If you intend to fly, you will arrive at San Antonio International Airport. Please note that the camp location is nearly an hour from the airport.

Parent Meeting: All parents are encouraged to attend the parent meeting upon arrival at the camp site. Camp details and athlete development will be discussed. Parents may also stay for dinner with the athletes; cost is $10 per person.

Housing: Athletes will stay in spacious campus dorm rooms (click link for sample layout) equipped with one bathroom/2 athletes. There will be 4 same-gender athletes per dorm suite and share a common living and kitchen area.  Adult supervision at dorms is provided. Athletes must bring their own bed linens, towels and shower necessities.

Food: Meals are provided by Schreiner University Dining Services. Food allergies are accommodated; please notify the camp director of your needs prior to arrival.

Training Facilities:

  • The beautiful Texas Hill Country
  • The Guadalupe River (for swim and transition training)
  • Mountaineer Fitness Center Complex
  • Outdoor 25-yd Swimming Pool
  • Full gym for strength training
  • A room dedicated to computrainers and an adjacent classroom for presentations
  • Kerrville Schreiner Park

Sample Schedule
A Day in the Life of Skills Camp:

7:00 AM

Wake Up
7:30-8:00AM Breakfast
8:30 – 9:30 AM Run test and skill work
9:45- 11:30 AM Cycling Skills
11:45-12:15 PM Lunch
12:30  – 1:45 PM Swim Video review
2:00 – 3:15 PM Strength  & Stretching
3:30 – 4: 45 PM Swim
5:00 – 5:45 PM Dinner
6:00 – 7:00 PM Sport Psychology
7:15 – 7:45 PM Discussion of next day’s schedule
7:45-8:30 PM Camp Activity
8:30 PM free time
9:30 PM

Lights out

We are READY for another season and look forward to working with all participants . Contact Us if you have any questions.

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2 thoughts on “USA Triathlon National Junior Skills Camp June 29- July 3, 2015

  1. mary

    I am interested in sending my 2 boys to camp, they have done lots of triathlons over several years.
    I would like to know if you are able to administer medication or oversea medication to my son while he is there?
    If there is any more information you can share with me it would be much appreciated.
    How many kids attend.
    The number of assistants you have?
    Sleeping arrangements etc?

    1. Shelly OBrien Post author

      Hello Mary,
      For the safety of all participants, we request medications, especially prescription meds, be “checked in” with our health safety officer when athletes check-in for the camp. Throughout the duration of camp they will remain Legally we can not administer medications but we can remind athletes that meds need to be taken and to obtain them. When an athlete registers, specific questions are asked about medications and allergens. Any athlete that indicates medications will receive contact from either myself or the Health Safety Officer prior to attending camp

      We expect between 25-30 athletes

      All national camps maintain a ratio of 5:1 athlete to coach ratio

      There are 4 same gender athletes in a dorm suite with a common living and kitchen area. Each athlete has their own bedroom and will share a bathroom/2 athletes. A common area with kitchen


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