What: An exclusive five-day training camp, where participants with be training alongside Triathlete magazine’s editors and some of the sport’s best professional triathletes, including four-time Wildflower champion Jesse Thomas, Ironman champions Heather and Trevor Wurtele and three-time Wildflower winner Heather Jackson.
Who: All ability levels welcome. Registration is limited to 12 people.
When: Friday, March 20 (evening) through Wednesday, March 25 (mid-day)
Where: Northern San Diego County, Calif.
How to register: Register here. Registration closes Friday, March 6, 2015 at 12 a.m. PST (or when sold out)
–Four full days of 2-3 guided workouts per day, all with Triathlete magazine editors and some of the sport’s best professional triathletes.
–Daily breakfast and lunch, two hosted dinners
–One-year subscription (or subscription extension) to Triathlete magazine
–Swim stroke analysis from SwimLabs (valued at $100)
–Ultimate gear bag and special gear discounts (see what was included in last year’s gear bag here)
–50-meter outdoor pool access
–Professional photos for athletes, to be featured on Triathlete.com and in the magazine
What’s not included:
–Travel to San Diego
*This will be a USAT-sanctioned event.
See what our fall campers experienced with this video.
“Triathlete Training Camp was amazing! The staff at Triathlete are so fun, friendly and thoughtful. Highlights include invaluable coaching from my SwimLabs analysis, my first ocean training, a helpful transitions clinic, and encouragement to scale my steepest bike climb. Training alongside pros such as Michellie Jones and meeting legends like Julie Moss was so inspiring. I came away with more knowledge and appreciation for the sport of triathlon. Oh, and the food was exceptional!” –Brinn Strange, age-group triathlete and yoga instructor
“I truly enjoyed attending the first Triathlete Magazine Triathlon Training Camp. SwimLabs changed my swim stroke and along with some open water swim tips from Triathlete’s open water instructor my swim times and rankings have improved. I also really enjoyed the opportunity to ask questions to triathlon professionals and legends of the sport on a wide variety of topics from nutrition to training tips to how often to race that have really proved valuable. In addition, the goodie bag was amazing, so much good stuff in there that I continue to use today. Finally, the Triathlete Magazine cover mock-up they provided was awesome. I would definitely recommend this camp.”–Ross Young, 8X Ironman