Who can come? Triathletes of any level or distance looking to spend the the day focused on training with other fun and enthusiastic triathletes. The camp will include a variety of bike and run course distances.The Black Diamond Triathlon Bike Course will be used for the bike options and the path around Deep Lake for the run.
Pre-Camp: The registration process will include questions that will help the camp leaders know what you want to accomplish at the camp. Do you have a specific training plan that you (or your coach!) intend you to execute? Will you be looking for guidance in developing a strategy of how to best use your training time? Camp coaches are willing and able to help you through that process.
Everyone will arrive at camp ready to go! Prior to camp, you will receive materials including checklists for packing, equipment readiness, locations, a schedule, and more details of what you can expect at camp.
Education at Camp: Early on camp morning, camp leaders will give course previews so athletes know what to expect when they get down to training.
Swim? Bike? Run? Come prepared to do all 3. There won't be an opportunity to swim the exact course at the venue - but you'll be able to get in the water. Of course the majority of the day will be enjoyed from the saddle of your bike and on the run.
Training Support: To avoid as many equipment and fitness-related glitches as possible, athletes are asked to come physically prepared for the training they intend to do and with equipment that is operating perfectly. That being said, stuff happens. Coaching, Mechanical, and Nutritional support will be available. Each rider will be asked to ride with a cell phone with the camp leaders' numbers pre-programmed in case you get in a jam you can't get out of. After registration, links to materials that will help you prepare yourself and your equipment will be sent to you. You'll also receive a schedule.
Meals: Meals and training nutrition are the responsibility of the campers except for a post-training dinner - which will be hosted by the camp staff at the end of the day. Athletes and coaches will be able to debrief the training, share stories, and talk about racing.
Nolte Day Camp Details:
Date: Saturday, June 17, 2017
Cost: RTB members: $59 Non-RTB members: $99
Camp Coach: Josh Adams and Julie Strong
Location: Nolte State Park, Enumclaw, WA
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