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A Pre-season Endurance Training Experience for Men and Women Cross Country, Middle and Long Distance Running
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EXPERIENCED, SUCCESSFUL PERSONNEL GUIDE YOUR TRAINING

The Village will be directed by five-time national cross
country “Coach of the Year” Doug Watts. In his 43rd
year of Coaching the Boro, Watts continues to bring
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General Information
Features of
THE EDINBORO DISTANCE VILLAGE A WIDE VARIETY OF TRAINING SITES:

Championship level 5,000 - 10,000 meter
cross country course on campus

All-weather surfaced running track

236 Meter Indoor Track, air conditioned

Scenic road courses (20+ different runs)

FREE USE OF THE UNIVERSITY‟S FACILITIES:

Access to Edinboro University‟s Sports Medicine

Department and staff

A swimming pool with diving tank

Basketball courts

Twelve tennis courts, baseball and softball fields

Fish on campus or in Edinboro Lake

Camp ending coed dance

QUOTES FROM CAMPERS:

“In comparison with other camps, the learning was so
personalized that I learned how to handle myself in
training and competition much better.”

“Most important for me, I learned what training
methods were best for my personal situation.”

“Camp has given me the knowledge and motivation
to improve in running and life…”

“Running camp was so much fun!”

DISTANCE VILLAGE NOTES:

The camp has “graduated” dozens of state champions,
innumberable All-State runners and contributed
greatly to improvement of runners at all levels.

Camp‟s philosophy and training designed to bring
out the best in any runner.

Housing will be in the University‟s modern residence
halls - two campers to a room. Women‟s housing will
be in a separate residence hall or hall wing. Meals will
be prepared and served in the University‟s regular
dining hall.

Camp week is definitely a pre-college educational
experience.


THINGS TO BRING TO THE VILLAGE WITH YOU:

Running equipment, training shoes, sweat suit,
running apparel, etc.

Swim trunks, casual wear, personal items,
recreational equipment

Towels, soap, pillow, blanket, radio or stereo, and
some extra spending money

Registered campers can expect a detailed
informational letter about camp by mid-July

Reviews & Comments

  • Ryan
    A lot of hard work but you gain a great outcome from a hard week of training and you get much information from the lectures

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